Wrong to sell harbour when other savings could be made


Surely the selling of the Belfast Harbour as is being discussed, is madness, when there is so much savings which could be made throughout Northern Ireland; over £1 billion spent every year on keeping us separate.

Why keep excess capacity when it is obviously not needed.

One needs look no further than education and the tens of thousands of empty desks, and still we produce more than the norm of undereducated 15 year olds

What have the Ministers of Health and Education done to reduce the costs and at the same time improve the effectiveness of their services; for which they have been responsible for years?

The two biggest parties have done little to improve the lot of everyone in Northern Ireland.

Tom Ekin

Alliance Councillor