Statement by Chair of Fine Gael Parliamentary Party, Martin Heydon TD, on the announcement by Fine Gael Party Leader and Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD
The Chairman of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party Martin Heydon TD, has praised Enda Kenny's role as leader of Fine Gael after he announced he was stepping down with immediate effect as Party Leader at this evening’s Parliamentary Party meeting.
Statement by Enda Kenny TD, Taoiseach and Leader of Fine Gael
Last year I indicated that I would not lead the FG Party into the next General Election. I have decided to implement that decision today. Therefore I will retire as Leader of Fine Gael effective from midnight tonight 17th May 2017.
Minister Humphreys publishes interim progress report on Action Plan for Rural Development
The Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Heather Humphreys TD, has today (Wednesday) published an Interim Progress Report on Realising our Rural Potential, the Government's Action Plan for Rural Development.
New Bill will help protect us against cybercrime – Conway
Ten Post Offices in Waterford closed under Fianna Fáil's watch — Coffey
Fine Gael Waterford Senator Paudie Coffey said Fine Gael has halted the rapid decline in our post office network which took place under Fianna Fáil administrations.
Buttimer meets Russian Ambassador on LGBT issues
Rock Announces Industry Dialogue on Ticket Touting Legislation implementation
Statement by the Taoiseach During exchange of views with Michel Barnier, Chief EU Brexit Negotiator
I am pleased to address the House today in the presence of Michel Barnier. I thank him for his statement in which he outlined the complexities of the Brexit negotiations, and for his acknowledgement of their importance for Europe and of course for Ireland.
Programme for Government Annual Report launched
The Programme for a Partnership Government, published on 11 May 2016, sets out an ambitious programme of work to protect our growing economy and ensure that the results are felt by all citizens.
Let's plan Ireland's future at the heart of Europe - Richmond
Speaking on the Seanad's Order of Business today (Tuesday), Fine Gael Senator and Government Seanad spokesman on EU Affairs, Neale Richmond, called for a Seanad debate on the future of Europe and how Ireland's position might look in that future vision.