Andrew Doyle TD

Deputy Andrew Doyle TD is a member of Dáil Éireann and represents the constituency of Wicklow-East Carlow. He is currently the Chairman of the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine.

Married to Ann with whom he has four children, he was first elected at the 2007 general election to the Dáil and became the Deputy Spokesperson on Agriculture with Special Responsibility for Food and Horticulture. In 2010, he was promoted to the opposition frontbench as the spokesperson for Agriculture. Deputy Doyle was re-elected to the Dáil at the 2011 general election.

He was previously a member of Wicklow County Council from 1999-2007 and was Cathaoirleach of Wicklow from 2005 to 2006.

10% increase in tax take is a clear reflection of jobs based recovery - Doyle

Today’s exchequer figures provide clear evidence that the jobs based recovery is working, according to Fine Gael TD for Wicklow/East Carlow, Andrew Doyle. Deputy Doyle was speaking following the announcement of the end of August Exchequer Statement by the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan TD.

New CSO figures emphatically debunk opposition efforts to downplay jobs based recovery - Doyle

The jobs, income and migration statistics issued today and yesterday by the Central Statistics Office serve to unequivocally refute the bogus opposition claims about the quality and location of the significant amount of jobs being created according to Fine Gael TD for Wicklow/East Carlow, Andrew Doyle.

Revisionist FF website claims Lemass created IDA despite him directly opposing its establishment - Doyle

Fine Gael TD for Wicklow/East Carlow, Andrew Doyle, has highlighted how Fianna Fáil is trying to claim credit for the creation of the IDA in a desperate effort to re-write history and convince people of its job creation credentials.

Minister for Transport working on ways to fund Blessington Greenway - Doyle

Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohue TD has accepted the real value of projects like the Blessington Greenway and is working to see whether there is some way in which the Government would be able to fund the project, over of a number of years

Ports should be competitive and profitable, but also accountable - Doyle

Fine Gael TD for Wicklow/East Carlow, Andrew Doyle, says Ireland’s ports should be competitive and profitable, but they also need to be accountable.