Why is Sinn Féin trying to hide Gerry Adams’ involvement in their government formation talks? – Richmond
Newly elected Fine Gael TD, Neale Richmond, has questioned why Sinn Féin is trying to hide the involvement of Gerry Adams in its government negotiation talks. This approach, alongside the comments today by Garda Commissioner Drew Harris that the Provisional Army Council still oversees Sinn Féin, underlines that the Party is controlled by shadowy figures despite the repeated denials of Mary Lou McDonald.
Statement following the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party meeting
The Fine Gael Parliamentary Party met for six today and had a detailed discussion in which everyone had an opportunity to give their view.
Disgust at Sinn Féin TD’s opposition to HPV vaccine – Carey
FINE Gael TD Joe Carey said he is disgusted by the opposition of a newly elected Sinn Féin TD to the HPV vaccine and other vaccines.
Disorderly Fianna Fáil in favour of Disorderly Brexit - McEntee
Fine Gael Minister for European Affairs, Helen McEntee, has called for Fianna Fail to provide clarity on their Brexit position after a senior MEP stated that he will oppose the Withdrawal Agreement.
Micheál Martin will put Votegate TDs into Cabinet
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin is ready and willing to put Votegate TDs Timmy Dooley and Niall Collins into Cabinet.
Fianna Fáil must stop attacks on media - Heydon
FIANNA Fáil attacks on media scrutiny needs to immediately stop, the Fine Gael party chairman has said.
Ministers McHugh and Mitchell O’Connor provide assurance to students and their families for studies in the UK
The Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh T.D. and Minister of State for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D. today announced that current fee regimes and grant supports are being maintained for Irish students going to higher education institutions in the UK from September 2020. The Ministers also confirmed the current system will apply for students from Britain and Northern Ireland who are applying to attend colleges in Ireland.
Minister Mitchell O’Connor welcomes introduction of self-awarding powers for Institutes of Technology
The Minister of State with responsibility for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D. today (1 January 2020) announced the granting of award making powers, with exception of doctoral awards, to all institutes of technology.
All parties need to seize the moment and return to work at Stormont - Heydon
All political parties in the North should grasp the historic opportunity to restore power-sharing, Fine Gael Parliamentary Party Chairman Martin Heydon has urged.
Statement from Fine Gael
The two leaders had a constructive meeting.