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Murphy chairs first meeting of RHI Sub-Committee

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The first meeting of the dedicated Executive sub-committee on reform following the RHI Inquiry took place this morning.

Chaired by the Finance Minister, the committee includes representation from each party on the Executive including Ministers in those Departments which have been core participants in the Inquiry, and the Junior Ministers representing the First Minister and deputy First Minister.

Speaking following the meeting, Conor Murphy said: “The Executive is committed to turning the RHI Inquiry recommendations into real action and reform.

“While our focus has been on prioritising the response to the Covid-19 pandemic it is essential that work progresses on implementing the recommendations of the RHI Inquiry.

“The RHI Executive Sub-Committee met today and finalised Terms of Reference for the group. We will produce and publish an action plan by the autumn outlining how the sustained, system-wide change that is needed to rebuild public confidence will be implemented.

“As the committee progresses its work it will keep the Assembly updated.”

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