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View From Stormont- Episode 102

Following a meeting with the Secretary of State, we speak to abuse victims and their legal representatives about further delays to the introduction of compensation payments. Also, more candidates contesting the European Elections tell us why you should vote for them and Deborah McAleese has a special report on how the failure to deal with legacy is affecting the next generation.

View From Stormont- Episode 101

Six candidates battling for your votes in the European Election join us in the studio for the first of our election debates. Plus, Brian Rowan has a special report examining the dissident threat and the viability of a dialogue that could directly challenge the threat they pose following the murder of Lyra McKee.

View From Stormont- Episode 100

As a new talks process got underway at Stormont, this show examines the chances of the political stalemate being broken. We hear from representatives of the five main parties whilst our team of experts share their thoughts on the current political climate. Plus, as Brexit still looms in the background Professor Deirdre Heenan and Aodhán Connolly Director of the Northern Ireland Retail Consortium tell us what they would like to see happening in the weeks ahead.

View From Stormont- Episode 99

Westminster may be enjoying an Easter break but Brexit still dominates the political picture. This week we hear from DUP MP Gregory Campbell and Sinn Féin MLA John O'Dowd who debate what they see as the way forward. Newry farmer and leave voter Keith Murdoch tells us of the impact of the continuing uncertainty on his business. Plus, Deborah McAleese has a special report on why it takes so long for our justice system to deal with cases involving children who are victims of sexual assault.

View From Stormont-Episode 98

Can the Brexit deadlock be broken through cross party talks with Labour ahead of this week's no deal deadline? Marc Mallett and Ken Reid get the view from Westminster as Tracey Magee who's in Brussels looks ahead to another emergency EU summit. And as Theresa May seemingly bypasses the DUP, we assess the party's position in the Brexit process so far.

View From Stormont- Episode 97

As MPs again rejected a series of alternatives to Theresa May's Brexit deal in the Commons, the show asks where next for the Brexit process? With the DUP's decision to vote against rather than abstain in the votes proving crucial, we speak to the party's Westminster's leader Nigel Dodds and get reaction from the SDLP, Alliance and the Ulster Unionist Party. Plus, after meeting the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier in Brussels we speak to Sinn Féin Vice-President.

View From Stormont - Episode 96

This special edition examines another extraordinary week in Westminster as Brexit continues to cast a long shadow over the political landscape. We've expert analysis from our team in London and Brussels and we get the view from Dublin. With much of the focus on the DUP, the party's Deputy leader Nigel Dodds outlines their position on the eve of a Commons vote on the Withdrawal Agreement.

View From Stormont- Episode 95

As parliament remains paralysed over Brexit, Marc Mallett and Ken Reid bring us the latest from Westminster on what the Prime Minister might do to break the deadlock. Our team of analysts share their thoughts on the looming crisis. In a special report on legacy, Brian Rowan hears from former soldiers who speak of betrayal and label investigations into the past as a witch-hunt. Plus, fresh from his party's annual conference we talk to the TUV Leader Jim Allister.