19 November 2014
Following a BBC Spotlight programme examining the way Stormont politicians use public money to rent their offices, what next for MLA expenses and public confidence.
DUP leader Peter Robinson tells his party's annual conference "the prize at a Westminster election has never been greater" than next May's poll.
There is growing consensus amongst political parties on a reduced assembly, the NIO says, but Sinn Féin disagrees.
Peter Robinson says he will give full support to whoever eventually succeeds him as DUP leader.
A BBC NI Spotlight programme on how assembly members use their expenses was "typical of the parasitical nature" of the BBC, says DUP MLA Arlene Foster.
Child sexual exploitation is a 'growing threat' to young people and individuals with paramilitary links may be involved, an inquiry finds.
The Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure indicates how it intends to save 10% of its annual budget next year.
The arguments for and against devolving corporation tax .
DUP MLA's 'yoghurt' remark offers food for thought on The View
Should Northern Ireland push for more powers?
Are Stormont's rules for replacing MLAs being cynically exploited?
Stormont 'lads' club' accused of putting women off entering politics
How much of a role does religious belief play in NI politics?
Comment and expert analysis on the week's political news,
Analysis of the biggest political stories in Northern Ireland
Mark Carruthers looks at the day's events in the Assembly
Mark Devenport looks at topical political issues
Conor Bradford reviews the day's events at Stormont
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