Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson is in stable condition after suffering a suspected heart attack, a party official has said.
The Democratic Unionist leader was rushed to Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital yesterday.
Speaking about the 66-year-old's condition, DUP Finance Minister at Stormont Arlene Foster said: "He has stabilised but still remains in hospital."
His health means he will miss an important Assembly debate on welfare reform which has been threatening to collapse the power-sharing institutions at Stormont.
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