First Minister


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First Minister

1. the chief minister of the Northern Ireland Assembly
2. the chief minister of the Scottish Parliament
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A Downing Street spokesperson said: This afternoon, the Prime Minister met with the First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon ahead of the latest Joint Ministerial Committee between the UK government and devolved administrations.
It was right for the First Minister to go to the Assembly Chamber today to apologise to Adam Price, and to acknowledge that his contribution last week was not befitting of the Welsh Parliament.
The answer was to a formal, written question which asked: "Has the First Minister ever used a personal email address to communicate with officials, advisers or Ministers in the Welsh Government since taking office in 2009?
oh The current five-year parliament ends in May 2021, by which time Mr Jones would have been First Minister for nearly 11 and a years.
Public anger over the scandal - dubbed Officegate - increased when it emerged Holyrood's generous pension arrangements meant he would receive half his salary for life despite only serving as first minister for a year and 13 days.
The Downing Street gathering is the first faceto-face meeting between the Prime Minister and Nicola Sturgeon since she became Scotland's First Minister and will be followed by direct talks between the two.
NICOLA STURGEON has described her appointment as the first female First Minister of Scotland as "an honour and a privilege".
First Minister Peter Robinson and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness made the announcement yesterday, following discussions in Scotland.
FIRST Minister Carwyn Jones was urged yesterday to carry out a major review of safety on the A55 in North Wales.
Summary: David Cameron is promising to keep the United Kingdom together, as he meets Scotland's First Minister to discuss the independence referendum.
NORTHERN Ireland's First Minister and Deputy First Minister has hit out at those behind 48 hours of rioting in the region and defended their political efforts to ease tensions over controversial parades.
The First Minister came in for fierce criticism last week when it was revealed that a Holyrood lunch with him had been sold for pounds 9,000.