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DUP MLA Paul Givan was kind enough to give me a few minutes of his time at Stormont today for a short video interview. I asked Paul how he’s fitting into his new role as an MLA; what issues he will pressing at the Assembly on behalf of his constituents; what he feels the prospects might be for Unionist unity; and his sense of how prepared the UUP are to work with his party. I’ll post it up once I’ve had the opportunity to edit it down.

I’m interested in picking up short clips with public reps and party officers of all Unionist parties. These can be done in about 20 minutes and will be edited down to around 4 to 5 minutes in duration. There’s no pressure, I’m interested in simply hearing about why people got into politics and what issues they are pursuing. I’m based in Belfast but if party officers, political reps, candidates etc are in the neighbourhood, I’ll do what I can to take a short clip. Drop me an email at openunionism – at – googlemail – dot – com

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