Published Tuesday, 21 February 2012
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During the discussion on Monday, Carál Ní Chuilín explained to the chamber what her department as planning for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The Sinn Féin minister told MLAs that there was no extra money for the celebrations which would mark Queen Elizabeth's 60 years on the throne.
During the discussion, which lasted just short of 10 minutes, Minister Ní Chuilín said it would be up to councils to decide how to spend their funding.
The Minister continued the session without mentioning the Queen at all - a point which was not missed by the TUV leader.
"Could I remind the Minister that the pledge of office that she took included the words 'promoting the interests of the whole community?'" said Jim Allister.
"She has managed to answer questions thus far on the Diamond Jubilee without even mentioning it.
"Can I ask her - previously she has said on record in a written reply, that there will be no extra funding for communities wanting to celebrate the Jubilee, and she will not meet the Queen.
"Has she changed her bigoted stance on any of those issues?" he asked.
But, when prompted by the speaker to respond, Minister Ní Chuilín refused to be drawn into Mr Allister's line of questioning.
"I don't feel that there's an answer that I can give to Mr Allister's question other than field some nonsense. So I'm not going to play with him," she said.
Sinn Féin members of Belfast City Council said last week that they would support celebrations for the Diamond Jubilee, approaching commemorations in a "balanced and measured way".