The chancellor has said his spending plans for the coming year will mean an extra £400m for Stormont budgets.
Sajid Javid announced £13.8bn of extra day-to-day spending for public services across the UK.
Northern Ireland’s share of that pot is allocated through a mechanism known as the Barnett formula.
The Northern Ireland Office (NIO) said the extra cash equates to a real increase of about 2%.
Politicians at Stormont are supposed to decide how the extra funds are allocated. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-49583200
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