PETER Robinson is back in hospital four months after a heart scare.
The DUP leader was taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital in west Belfast last night.
A party spokesman said: “Mr Robinson had a reaction to some medication and was admitted as a precautionary measure.
“He is doing well and will be discharged soon.”
A spokesperson for the Belfast Trust which runs the hospital said the 66-year-old was admitted “as a precautionary measure”.
The former First Minister is said to be “comfortable and doing well”.
Mr Robinson suffered a suspected heart attack in May and spent a number of days in the cardiac unit for treatment.