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Gay blood ruling could have 'serious implications for devolution'

Northern Ireland's first minister has said a court ruling over a ban on blood donations from gay men could have "serious implications for devolution".

Peter Robinson was asked by BBC political editor Mark Devenport if he would be taking action against the NI health minster Edwin Poots after a Belfast judge ruled he had broken the ministerial code.

  • 15 Oct 2013
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