Arlene Foster said she wanted to implement the party's plan "as first minister on the morning of 6 May"
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NI Assembly election: DUP unveils manifesto in Belfast

People who say it does not matter who wins the Northern Ireland Assembly election are wrong, the Democratic Unionist Party leader has said.

Arlene Foster was criticised last month when she said that Martin McGuinness becoming first minister would take the region in the "wrong direction."

She was speaking at the release of the DUP's election manifesto on the Shankill Road in west Belfast.

BBC News NI's Gareth Gordon reports.

  • 04 Apr 2016