Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson has left hospital after suffering a suspected heart attack.
The Democratic Unionist leader spent four nights at Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital where he underwent a procedure on Monday but has been allowed to return home to recover.
Senior DUP sources said the 66-year-old was in good spirits.
A spokesman said: "He was discharged this morning and is back at home. He is in good form and is happy to be home. His spirits are good."
Robinson used Twitter to thank the medics in the specialist cardiac unit.
1/2 Happy to be discharged and back home. Thanks to the wonderful RVH cardiac team - everyone a star.
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