Micheál Martin needs to stop Fianna Fáil’s anti-rural agenda - O’Donovan
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin needs to clarify his party’s stance on the fair distribution of local property tax after one of his councillors confirmed a blatant anti -rural policy being pursued by the party in Dublin, a Fine Gael Minister has said has said.
FF/Green council pact undermined by failure to reach consensus on property tax – Rock
The agreement signed up to by Fianna Fáil, the Labour Party, the Social Democrats and the Green Party on Dublin City Council is completely undermined by the failure of the parties to reach a consensus on how to approach property tax, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Fianna Fáil and the Greens putting politics ahead of patients - Naughton
Both parties want to jeopardise plans for essential elective hospitals
Fianna Fáil will scrap key road projects – McHugh
Fine Gael Minister Joe McHugh has said Fianna Fáil’s climate and environmental policy threatens major road projects like the A5.
Fianna Fáil will scrap key road projects – O’Donovan
Fianna Fáil will scrap key road projects given half a chance, a Fine Gael Minister has said.
Citizens’ Assembly will help make Ireland the first country in the world with true gender equality – Corcoran-Kennedy
A new Citizens’ Assembly will help achieve our aim of making Ireland the first country in the world with true gender equality, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Solidarity/People Before Profit Bill will increase costs and reduce security – Mulherin
People Before Profit are pursuing a populist and conflicting climate strategy that would cost people dearly – and fall short of the actual goal of protecting the planet, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Two-faced Fianna Fáil’s fantasy economics – Rock
Fianna Fáil have a two-faced approach when it comes to taxpayer’s money, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Remember the extra €3.5bn Fianna Fáil called for in spending last year? – Burke
Fianna Fáil are once again attempting to speak out of both sides of their mouth by attempting to play the fiscal prudence card, while at the same time calling for lavish spending increases, Fine Gael TD Peter Burke has said.
No Electric Vehicle should ever be more than 35km from a public charger - Rock
Fine Gael TD for Dublin North West, Noel Rock, has called on the Government to commit to ensuring that no vehicle is ever more than 35 kilometres from a fast charger, as part of its overhaul of electric vehicle charging points.