The future is bright for Irish agriculture and rural Ireland – Deering
Fine Gael TD for Carlow/Kilkenny, Pat Deering, has welcomed the appointment of Ministers Michael Creed and Heather Humphreys in the roles of Agriculture and Rural Affairs respectively, saying that the future is bright for Irish agriculture and rural Ireland.
Clune concerned that €16 airline surcharge will increase airfares and inconvenience consumers when booking flights
Ireland South Fine Gael MEP and member of the EU Tourism Taskforce, Deirdre Clune has expressed her concern on the impact on air travellers of a €16 surcharge on all Lufthansa flights purchased outside of their own website. The move will affect tickets bought for Lufthansa itself as well as other airlines in their control such as Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines and Swiss airlines.
MMA needs rules and guidelines if it is to continue in Ireland – Noone
Dublin Senator Catherine Noone, has said that rules and guidelines must be put in place, and adhered to by Mixed Martial Arts, if the sport is to continue in Ireland.
Big multinationals need to get on board with country by country reporting - Hayes
Brian Hayes, Fine Gael MEP, has said that big multinational companies need to work with new country by country proposals, that will come from the European Commission this week.
New compulsory emergency packs for cars should include glass breaking hammer – Rock
Letter from An Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D. to the Independent Alliance
Statement by Enda Kenny TD, Taoiseach and Leader of Fine Gael
“I regret that Fianna Fáil has refused to serve in a partnership government including Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and Independents.
Statement from Fine Gael
Clune says migration deal with Turkey is essential part of limiting the influx of illegal migrants to the EU
Fine Gael Ireland South MEP, Deirdre Clune has welcomed the implementation of a deal on migrants between the EU and Turkey. Speaking as the first boats of migrants were returned to Turkey this morning, the Ireland South MEP said that the message from Europe must be that we are only welcoming genuine refugees.
Ireland to go blue for the first time for World Autism Awareness Day tomorrow – Sheahan
Fine Gael Senator, Tom Sheahan has said that by going blue for World Autism Awareness Day, Ireland is raising awareness of autism among the general public and he has appealed to local authority buildings to get behind the initiative.