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 spokesman for Mr Price responded to the apology, saying: "The First Minister's judgement was once again called into question last week, not least over the use of information sought by the civil service but used for political purposes.
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.
The winning card will be chosen by the First Minister and used as his official Christmas card, which will be sent across Wales and the world.
Whatever the political circumstances, there will be an election in 2016 and the people will choose the First Minister.
The First Minister and Deputy First Minister also toured the university's joint laboratory which has developed an autonomous wheelchair.
Nicola Sturgeon faced criticism yesterday when it emerged she has never visited Shetland as first minister except when there is an election.
Preparations for last week's visit by the First Minister and the media to ScottishWater's Forthside treatment plant featured the use of air freshener.
THE former First Minister for Wales, Carwyn Jones acted unlawfully when setting up the independent inquiry into the death of former Welsh Assembly member Carl Sargeant, the High Court has ruled.
The First Minister's office argued that the statement was merely an indication of present, rather than future, intention, and that it should have been obvious that Ms Morgan was working to a careful remit given to her by the First Minister.
FMhbaa FIRST Minister Mark Drakeford has been criticised by Plaid Cymru after choosing to attend an event at Buckingham Palace commemorating 50 years since the Prince of Wales' investiture at Caernarfon Castle rather than being in the Senedd for First Minister's Questions.
Acting Scots leader Jackson Carlaw made the remarks after the latest revelations about the First Minister's chief of staff.
STORMONT collapsed on January 9 2017 when Sinn Fein's late Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness resigned.