A party political broadcast by the Ulster Unionist Party ahead of their annual party conference.
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Day and daily, people tell me that Stormont isn't working for them.
Bad decisions, badly-timed decisions,
a total lack of decisions leave them feeling deeply frustrated.
And rightly so, because it doesn't have to be like this.
The Ulster Unionist Party understands that life is difficult enough
without politics making it feel worse.
Jim Nicholson offers you unmatched experience
and influence within the European Union.
In the coming months, he'll do what's right for you.
The Ulster Unionist Party does what's right for Northern Ireland.
I'm not waiting around on the Health Minister to act on organ donation.
I'm progressing my own bill at Stormont to update the law
and save lives
by changing the way we sign up to the organ donor register.
That's why I'm not waiting for the Executive
to stop the naming of play parks after terrorists.
I'm bringing forward a bill
to ensure that never happens again,
thus doing what's right for Northern Ireland.
That's why I'm bringing forward legislation to tackle criminality.
It's the right thing to do for Northern Ireland.
And that's why I'm planning my own bill on freedom of speech.
Without it, Northern Ireland will become a place apart
in the United Kingdom,
and our economy, our universities
and our ability to scrutinise local government will all suffer.
And that's why I'm leading the opposition
to Sinn Fein's mismanagement of our children's education.
Northern Ireland's first Education Minister
wanted a single education system, but was thwarted.
100 years on, it's time to make it happen.
It's doing what's right for Northern Ireland.
The Ulster Unionist Party has a saying:
"Country first." It means doing what's right
irrespective of the cost to the party or to any individual politician.
It's served Northern Ireland well for many years,
and it's what we need again if we're to really kick on
for a better economy, education, health and housing.
It really is no empty promise to say that with your help, we're ready
and we're willing to once again do what's right for Northern Ireland.