Speaking at the party's manifesto launch in South Antrim, leader Jim Allister criticised the Stormont Assembly
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Election 2015: TUV manifesto calls for end to Stormont's mandatory coalition

The Traditional Unionist Voice has highlighted reform of Stormont and an early EU membership referendum as key policies in its manifesto.

Speaking at the party's manifesto launch in South Antrim, leader Jim Allister said the party is keeping its election focus on the "collective failure of government in Northern Ireland".

He said the public were denied the right to have an opportunity to change their government and for Stormont to have an opposition.

  • 22 Apr 2015