Political programme focusing on the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive. Mark Carruthers is the guide through the corridors of power at Stormont.
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First Minister, Ian Paisley, who
aside party politics to recognise suspended as MLAs, in the main, set
He no work must be carried on. The man he
I Northern Ireland.
And Allister, pointed out Ian Paisley's
The former First Minister, who listened carefully to today's
were present - instead, they were who might have expected to be there
were present - instead, they were reflecting on his decades of
were present - instead, they were and, some of them at least,
sharing office with his old from seeking to smash Sinn Fein to
sharing office with his old none with the significance of
sharing office with his old for the decision he made seven
sharing office with his old ago
sharing office with his old this building
sharing office with his old possible that
sharing office with his old have been
tributes that we heard? tributes that we heard?
tributes that we heard? spoke well. Jim Allister made an
tributes that we heard? interesting speech.
tributes that we heard? out with them.
tributes that we heard? person
tributes that we heard? differences. Most of the MLAs
tributes that we heard? decided
tributes that we heard? of
tributes that we heard? sentiments in terms of
tributes that we heard? there was
tributes that we heard? appear
tributes that we heard? might have
there. It was a strange occasion, there. It was a strange occasion,
there. It was a strange occasion, did not see
there. It was a strange occasion, funeral
there. It was a strange occasion, modern-day unionism.
there. It was a strange occasion, involvement of the Church or the
there. It was a strange occasion, party
there. It was a strange occasion, the union lag.
there. It was a strange occasion, But it
there. It was a strange occasion, atmosphere.
there. It was a strange occasion, It must
there. It was a strange occasion, family friends.
there. It was a strange occasion, very
there. It was a strange occasion, Yes. The
there. It was a strange occasion, share with us
there. It was a strange occasion, got
there. It was a strange occasion, little
there. It was a strange occasion, of
controversial figures Northern their memories of one of the most
Peter Robinson, spoke first.
stage for his oratory ranged from stage for his oratory ranged from
stage for his oratory ranged from holes
stage for his oratory ranged from Westminster.
stage for his oratory ranged from place in his
stage for his oratory ranged from He
stage for his oratory ranged from are stirred by his injunction to
stage for his oratory ranged from finish the course
stage for his oratory ranged from in the land he
experiences with him. The
Paisley and me into the Office of and I were involved in brought Ian
for that year. From the word go, for life to be in that office with him
for that year. From the word go, for constructive working relationship,
incredible for people who, grew to like each other, and that is
Klerk had died
The McGuinness paying his respects in
The to the weekend,
The taken by
The from the
The McCausland, should we read anything
The into that? Not
The the chamber there was an opportunity
The of condolence in the Great Hall.
brought that down so he was
as a presence
from Sinn Fein
members of the public to
people were speculating
of Culture and I am advised
they talk about flying
today is the day of his funeral.
Despite fundamental political years over 40, but it is a while.
that defied political differences. and an enduring personal friendship
that defied political differences. with
that defied political differences. to terms with this sad loss.
some of us will maybe be able to at various speeds,
There is a husband, a father and a left with a big gap in their lives.
This week, Eileen Paisley finds for longer than many Members
My personal relationship with not having a husband to turn to
say that interviewing Ian Paisley than as a politician, and I have to
he chaired, and
that all was not always
be, but within the
down the table
gentleman will now ask a
colleague Francie Molloy, he
it that he could see there was a
need for change, he
party along with others.
a remarkable political journey.
at the journey from being of it, one can but marvel
Ian Ian Paisley,
It made him into a renowned in this land without equal.
and the party leaders at Stormont. and Deputy First Ministers
and the party leaders at Stormont. other MLAs to pay their tributes.
I think that members will agree that of those who spoke during the
I think that members will agree that a strident, foreboding character,
I think that members will agree that will also hold valued memories
on the election campaign trail, combined with his sense of humour,
This is a time for respect, Ian Paisley as our former
power-sharing, this Assembly would Paisley saying yes and embracing
When I stood there that day as that I will never forget either.
for his autograph, which she got. went up to Ian Paisley and asked
for his autograph, which she got. of different things throughout her
room, up on her noticeboard was but when we were clearing out her
in our peace process. the role that he has played
in Church or in state. of the stature of Ian Paisley either
in Church or in state. and the Big Man,
It was a privilege presence filled the room.
I will always be proud to have many, many precious memories.
Ian Paisley all my life, as a young
boy he came
with some pictures of Ian Paisley's
Assembly when he sat with Martin historic first day of the 2007
Assembly when he sat with Martin and his inaugural Question Time
to his final farewell to journalists
only allowed the
settle the matter without the
their weight alone, we would all
have come to this day
night knowing the future
of a poster
of the office
responses agreed with Martin
foundations for. This
into freedom and peace.
Political programme focusing on the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive. Mark Carruthers is the guide through the corridors of power at Stormont, and is joined by key people from decision makers to opinion formers to make the experience enlightening and entertaining.