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The headlines. As the Stormont crisis continues,
the DUP has defended its so-called 10-minute minister policy.
Hospital waiting list crisis.
One in five are waiting for their first...
Still the same old news.
Stormont isn't working properly, and while that's happening,
Northern Ireland isn't working as well as it can.
We've got in-out ministers, crisis after crisis,
parties only participating when it suits them
and while all that's happening, people are being let down,
businesses are suffering, people are suffering.
I find it difficult to walk and to move.
And the GPs do all they can.
But I don't get the help that I deserve.
Patients, public and health service staff
are facing intolerable pressures.
And it's the fault of the DUP for presiding over systemic failure.
The SDLP would do it differently
and invest in primary services for you.
Childcare is really costly
and it can stand in the way of parents staying in work.
The SDLP wants 30 hours a week free childcare
so that mums like Lindsay can stay in work.
How can I invest in the future of my family farm
when the threat of leaving the EU hangs over our heads?
Over the past couple of years,
Northern Irish farmers have received 1.3 billion from Europe.
That money supports jobs and families.
In order to safeguard the future of the agriculture industry here,
a better way would be to support the SDLP's fight to stay in Europe.
I wasn't born when they said the 11-plus was finished for good.
Now, me and my friends have to do two tests
that will decide our future.
It's not fair.
There's nothing more important than our children's education.
The SDLP priorities are reversing the underinvestment in our schools,
ensuring all our children achieve their potential
and truly ending selection.
The SDLP are the only party
whose ministers have brought jobs to Derry.
We've led the regeneration of this city,
we are creating a better environment
and a stronger economy right across the North.
The SDLP has been campaigning hard for a city deal for Derry.
That means more power to this city.
That means more investment in our university,
more investment in our roads
and more jobs for the people who need it very, very badly.
We've had enough of crisis politics
and reckless government.
To generate jobs, we need bold leadership
that will put people above politics.
And with genuine political partnership,
the economic benefits are unlimited.
And young people won't have to leave these shores to get a job elsewhere.
After eight years of a Sinn Fein-DUP controlled executive,
we've got to face facts.
Things under them aren't going to change.
The SDLP wants to see the North work.
We have got plans to benefit people in every community.
This party is full of energy
and full of good ideas for our future.
When the SDLP does well, we all do well.
We are the better way to do politics.