First Minister Peter Robinson plans change of lifestyle after heart attack

Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson has blamed his lifestyle for the heart attack he suffered last week.

Mr Robinson was speaking at the Irish Open golf tournament in Newcastle, County Down, a day after being discharged from hospital.

He says he now plans to change after revealing that in the week before he took ill he had "two Chinese meals, a Kentucky Fried Chicken, a McDonald's and a cowboy supper."

BBC News NI's Mark Simpson reports.