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Northern Ireland This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Northern Ireland Government Northern Ireland Executive First Minister: Peter Robinson MLA deputy First Minister: Martin McGuinness MLA Northern Ireland Executive Departments Executives: First - Suspended - Second Legislature Northern Ireland Assembly Speaker: William Hay MLA Members (MLA) 1998, 2003, 2007 Committees Acts Statutory Rules Constituencies Elections 1998, 2003, 2007 Major Public Bodies Northern Ireland Civil Service Northern Ireland Policing Board Parades Commission Police Service of Northern Ireland in the UK Her Majesty's Government Secretary of State: Owen Paterson MP Northern Ireland Office Reserved and excepted matters Direct Rule UK Parliament Commons Lords Privy Council Select Committee Grand Committee Acts Constituencies Elections 1922, 1923, 1924, 1929 1931, 1935, 1945, 1950 1951, 1955, 1959, 1964 1966, 1970, 1974 (Feb), 1974 (Oct) 1979, 1983, 1987, 1992 1997, 2001, 2005, 2010 in the EU European Parliament Constituency & MEPs Elections 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009 Political parties Designated Unionist Democratic Unionist Party Ulster Unionist Party Progressive Unionist Party Conservatives Traditional Unionist Voice Designated Nationalist Sinn Féin Social Democratic and Labour Party Fianna Fáil Designated Other Alliance Party Green Party Related bodies North/South Ministerial Council British-Irish Council British-Irish Intergovernmental Conference British Irish Parliamentary Assembly Civic Forum for Northern Ireland (suspended) Agreements Hillsborough Castle Agreement (2010) St Andrews Agreement (2006) Belfast Agreement (1998) Anglo-Irish Agreement (1985) Sunningdale Agreement (1973) Other countries · Atlas Politics portal view • talk • edit Junior Minister is the name given to two positions in the Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister (OFMDFM) in Northern Ireland. Contents 1 About 2 Responsibilities 3 Pay 4 Junior Ministers 4.1 Nominated by the First Minister 4.2 Nominated by the deputy First Minister 5 References 6 See also 7 External links // About "The two Junior Ministers, Jeffrey Donaldson and Gerry Kelly, will assist them in carrying out the work of their department. They will be jointly accountable to the First Minister and deputy First Minister."[1] The incumbent Junior Ministers are Robin Newton (Democratic Unionist Party) and Gerry Kelly (Sinn Féin).[2] Responsibilities The two Junior Ministers assist the First Minister and deputy First Minister in carrying out the work of their department OFMDFM.[1] Pay The salary of the Junior Ministers in 2008 was £60,121[3] (including MLA pay). Junior Ministers Nominated by the First Minister Minister Party Took office Left office     Dermot Nesbitt Ulster Unionist 15 December 1999 11 February 2000 Office suspended     Dermot Nesbitt Ulster Unionist 30 May 2000 20 February 2002[4]     James Leslie Ulster Unionist 20 February 2002 14 October 2002 Office suspended     Ian Paisley, Jr. Democratic Unionist 8 May 2007 26 February 2008     Jeffrey Donaldson Democratic Unionist 26 February 2008 1 July 2009     Robin Newton Democratic Unionist 1 July 2009 Nominated by the deputy First Minister Minister Party Took office Left office     Denis Haughey SDLP 2 December 1999 11 February 2000 Office suspended     Denis Haughey SDLP 30 May 2000 14 October 2002[5] Office suspended     Gerry Kelly Sinn Féin 8 May 2007 References ^ a b http://www.ofmdfmni.gov.uk/index/about-ofmdfm/ministers.htm OFMDFM ^ http://www.northernireland.gov.uk/index/your-government/devolved-government.htm Northern Ireland Executive ^ http://gmtv.teo.ie/pdf/stormont.pdf Belfast Telegraph ^ Office suspended for 24 hours on 11 August 2001 and 22 September 2001 ^ Office suspended for 24 hours on 11 August 2001 and 22 September 2001 See also Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister First Minister and deputy First Minister External links OFMDFM v • d • e Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister (OFMDFM) Headquarters: Castle Buildings Department First Minister Party allocation Designated Unionist: Democratic Unionist Party First Minister Peter Robinson Junior Minister Robin Newton deputy First Minister Party allocation Designated Nationalist: Sinn Féin First Minister Martin McGuinness Junior Minister Gerry Kelly Permanent Secretary Bruce Robinson Executive agencies ILEX Urban Regeneration Company (jointly with the Department for Social Development) · Northern Ireland Bureau · Office of the Northern Ireland Executive in Brussels Committee Chairperson Tom Elliott Deputy Chairperson Naomi Long Other Committee Members Martina Anderson · Tom Elliott · Dolores Kelly · Ian McCrea · Barry McElduff · Francie Molloy · Stephen Moutray · Jim Shannon · Jimmy Spratt Website: www.ofmdfmni.gov.uk v • d • e Northern Ireland Executive Headquarters: Stormont Castle   Heads of government First Minister Peter Robinson deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness   Departments Agriculture and Rural Development Party allocation Sinn Féin Minister Michelle Gildernew Culture, Arts and Leisure Party allocation Democratic Unionist Party Minister Nelson McCausland Education Party allocation Sinn Féin Minister Caitríona Ruane Employment and Learning Party allocation Ulster Unionist Party Minister Danny Kennedy Enterprise, Trade and Investment Party allocation Democratic Unionist Party Minister Arlene Foster Environment Party allocation Democratic Unionist Party Minister Edwin Poots Finance and Personnel Party allocation Democratic Unionist Party Minister Sammy Wilson Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister First Minister Party allocation Designated Unionist: Democratic Unionist Party Minister Peter Robinson Junior Minister Robin Newton deputy First Minister Party allocation Designated Nationalist: Sinn Féin Minister Martin McGuinness Junior Minister Gerry Kelly Health, Social Services and Public Safety Party allocation Ulster Unionist Party Minister Michael McGimpsey Justice Party allocation Not allocated by d'Hondt Minister David Ford Regional Development Party allocation Sinn Féin Minister Conor Murphy Social Development Party allocation Social Democratic and Labour Party Minister Alex Attwood Website: www.northernireland.gov.uk