Liam Twomey TD

Liam was re-elected to the Dail in February 2011 and was previously elected to the Seanad (Cultural and Education Panel) in July 2007. He was appointed Fine Gael'’s Deputy Leader in the Seanad, and Spokesperson on Finance in October 2007. Liam was first elected to the Dáil in 2002 following a campaign to highlight deficiencies in the health service. He was appointed to Fine Gael Front Bench as Spokesperson on Health in October 2004, where he formulated Fine Gael’'s innovative health policy for the election in 2007. As Fine Gael’'s Finance Spokesperson in the Seanad, he was part of the Finance team that met with EU Commissioner Olli Rehn and Ajay Chopra of the IMF.

Liam is married to Dr. Liz O’'Sullivan and they have three children. He was raised on the family farm on Clonakilty, Co Cork until he went to study medicine in Trinity College. Liam was instrumental in the setting up of Caredoc, an out-of-hours GP service which covers the entire county of Wexford.

Sinn Féin’s socialist dream would be a nightmare for Irish people – Twomey

“Sinn Féin’s socialist dream would nationalise the banks and tax families to the hilt, resulting in a nightmare for Irish people”, says Fine Gael TD for Wexford, Liam Twomey.

Simple and affordable plan for water provides certainty and secures investment – Twomey

Fine Gael TD for Wexford, Liam Twomey has said the Government’s water charges package provides a fair, simple and affordable plan for people ahead of the introduction of water charges next January. Deputy Twomey welcomed the announcement that addresses the concerns expressed over the last few months.

Twomey urges all eligible voters to register ahead of Local and European Elections

Fine Gael Wexford TD, Liam Twomey, has today (Thursday) urged anyone who is eligible to vote, but who has not yet registered, to ensure they are added to the supplementary register.

Twomey welcomes public consultation on ‘Living Wills’ legislation

Fine Gael Wexford TD, Dr Liam Twomey, has today (Wednesday) welcomed the announcement by the Minister for Health, Dr James Reilly TD, that a public consultation is underway on legislation which will introduce ‘Living Wills’.