Northern Ireland

Assembly Election Soapbox: Andrew Irvine's views

What is the one piece of legislation which could improve your life or the lives of people in your community?

During the assembly election campaign, the BBC news website will be hearing from people who have a vision for Northern Ireland not yet on the Stormont agenda.

The Election Soapbox will be a chance for them to get their voice heard and to argue for a radical piece of new legislation. It will appear each Tuesday between now and the election in May.

In the first instalment, Belfast City Centre manager Andrew Irvine outlines his thoughts about why Northern Ireland's government structures are still bloated compared to the rest of the UK.

We want to hear what you think about Mr Irvine's ideas - Wednesday's Good Morning Ulster programme will feature a selection of your views.

You can get in touch with us on Twitter @bbcnivote2011, using the hashtag #ae11soapbox, or you can fill in the form below.

What do you think of Andrew Irvine's comments? What are your ideas?

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