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Barry McElduff is married to Paula and they have three grown up children; Niamh, Bláthnaid and Patrick.

He was educated at St Colcille’s Primary School, Carrickmore and at Omagh CBS. He is also a graduate of Queen’s University Belfast where he graduated with a BA (HONs) in political science and celtic studies.

Barry has played gaelic football at senior level for Carrickmore and at minor level for Tyrone. He also has a keen interest in the Irish language.

He is a member of Sinn Féin’s Ard Comhairle and sits on the Tyrone Sinn Féin commemoration committee.

Barry is a former chairperson of Omagh District Council and was first elected to the Assembly in 1998 and has been reelected ever since.

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O’Neill’s Brexit concerns further highlight need for special designated status within the EU – McElduff29 May, 2017

Fullerton family still seeking truth on councillor’s assassination – McElduff25 May, 2017

Sinn Féin seeking large anti-Brexit vote - McElduff8 May, 2017

Brexit would jeopardise the diversity of our community - McElduff28 March, 2017

Unionism needs to change approach to Irish language - McElduff8 March, 2017

Tests at 11 unnecessary and wrong - McElduff27 February, 2017

McElduff condemns destruction of defibrillator at GAA club26 February, 2017

Respect is a matter for everyone - McElduff17 January, 2017

Givan forced to reverse Líofa cut – McElduff12 January, 2017

Diúltaíonn an tAire Paul Givan cruinniú le McElduff5 January, 2017

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