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Stormont has been rocked by allegations in the so-called 'cash-for-ash' scandal which could cost NI taxpayers £400m.

Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt said the integrity of the Stormont intuitions has been left "in the gutter of public opinion" by the scandal and he called on the first minister to stand down.

Mr Nesbitt also said the Public Accounts Committee must be allowed to finish its investigation and should "widen its work", grilling ministers and special advisers before deciding if a further inquiry is needed.

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