The First and deputy First Ministers have reached agreement on the shape of a public inquiry into mother and baby institutions.
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Implementing some of the recommendations of a report into mother and baby homes in Northern Ireland could “happen very quickly”, a senior civil servant has told MLAs.
Officials from the Executive Office briefed their Stormont scrutiny committee, where they said work had already begun to put in place a team to work on the recommendations of an expert panel.
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The executive office will press ahead with implementing the recommendations of a report into mother-and-baby homes in Northern Ireland, the first minister has confirmed.
The report, which also examined a number of workhouses and four Magdalene laundries, was published last month.
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