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Murphy now turning on Syriza to promote his own policies at home – O’Donovan

“Paul Murphy’s trips to Athens and his vociferous support for Syriza were only ever about self-promotion and pushing his own agenda at home. His criticism of Syriza today makes that very evident”, says Patrick O’Donovan, Fine Gael TD for Limerick.

Long term mortgage arrears decrease for the first time since the crisis began - Heydon

Fine Gael TD for Kildare South, Martin Heydon has said today (Thursday) that he’s very encouraged by the news that long term mortgage arrears have decreased for the first time since the crisis began.

120 new jobs expected for Eastpoint Business Park - Donohoe

Welcoming the announcement this afternoon (Thursday) of an expected 120 new jobs for Eastpoint Business Park, the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, and the Fine Gael TD for Dublin Central, Paschal Donohoe, said the growth of targeted sectors of the economy, such as the financial tech sector, demonstrates the success of the Minister for Enterprise, Jobs and Innovation, Richard Bruton’s Action Plan for Jobs strategy.

Taoiseach to meet with Prime Minister Renzi during visit to Italy

The Taoiseach will have a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in Rome on July 10th where they will discuss relations between Ireland and Italy

Sinn Féin joins extreme anti-European parties to oppose EU-US trade deal - Doyle

“Sinn Féin have teamed up with the anti-European French National Front and UK Independence Party to oppose the latest stage of the EU – US trade deal (TTIP) which is aimed at increasing growth, jobs and investment in the European Union,” says Andrew Doyle, Fine Gael TD for Wicklow.

FG MEPs welcome positive vote on EU-US trade talks (TTIP)

The four Fine Gael MEPs have welcomed today's vote by the European Parliament in favour of the ongoing EU-US trade talks as an important political endorsement of the ongoing negotiating process.

Mitchell welcomes 200 new jobs by Vodafone for Leopardstown

Olivia Mitchell, Fine Gael TD for Dublin Rathdown has said the €60 million investment announced today (Wednesday) by Vodafone in Leopardstown which will create 200 permanent jobs is a fantastic win for Dublin Rathdown.

Wallace slur on PAC members unacceptable – O’Donovan

Fine Gael TD for Limerick and Member of the Public Accounts Committee, Patrick O’Donovan says that Mick Wallace’s claim that PAC is comprised of “publicity chasing politicians” is unacceptable and a slur on its record..

Paying for public transport in Dublin needs to be modernised - Hayes

Speaking in the European Parliament in Strasbourg today (Tuesday) Fine Gael Dublin MEP, Brian Hayes said that a contactless payment system for public transport in Dublin should be introduced. Mr Hayes made the comments following the passing of a report in the European Parliament calling for a European style "LEAP" card to be introduced.