Paul Givan is a DUP politician in Northern Ireland
Many people will be watching the DUP on Friday to see if it nominates ministers to re-enter the Executive. Almost certainly, it will not. But that’s not the only significant decision the party will take on Friday.
We are now in the last few days of what seems like the longest election campaign in living memory. While campaigning usually starts at the dissolution of the Assembly, the build-up to this election started back in February when Paul Givan resigned as First Minister.
The DUP’s Paul Givan is confident that some of his party’s officers, who have resigned from their posts in South Down but are Lagan Valley constituents, will still be giving the DUP their vote in his constituency despite stating their support for TUV candidate Harold McKee over Diane Forsythe.
Anyone looking for a symbol of how uninspired our Stormont administration has been need only cast their gaze at the silent amusements at Barry’s in Portrush.
Invest NI, which supports economic development here through grants to companies, is in a frustrating predicament where it is unable to function as normal due to a lack of certainty over its budget for 2022-23.
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