Don’t be fooled by FF slamming SF’s pensions policy which it first proposed – Harris
Minister of State for Finance, Simon Harris, has today (Wednesday) warned voters that Fianna Fáil cannot be trusted on pensions policy. He pointed out that Fianna Fáil is criticising Sinn Féin for adopting a pension policy first proposed by Fianna Fáil.
Well informed debate on consequences of Brexit vital for Northern Ireland – Flanagan
Minister for Foreign Affairs, Charlie Flanagan has said that it is vital that a well-informed debate on the possible consequences associated with a UK exit from the European Union takes place in Northern Ireland, given its unique and special circumstances.
FG €4bn Jobs Fund will help deliver unemployment rate below 7% for every Region – Kenny
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Charlie Flanagan, today (Monday) launched Fine Gael’s plan to support jobs growth throughout Ireland and to bring unemployment below 7% in every region.
€100m for Wild Atlantic Way & Greenways– FG plans for tourism sector and 50,000 new jobs
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny & Minister for Tourism Paschal Donohoe today (Sunday) outlines the party’s plan to create 50,000 new jobs in tourism and increase the number of visitors to 10 million. To help achieve this ambition the party also outlined a new €100 million capital injection in the Wild Atlantic Way and a nationwide greenways network. Fine Gael’s plans for the tourism sector will boost revenues from overseas tourists by €5 billion and will make a significant contribution to regional job creation.
Mind the Gap - Fianna Fáil deceiving voters on DART Underground & M20 – Donohoe
The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport and Fine Gael General Election candidate for Dublin Central, Paschal Donohoe, has called on Fianna Fáil to come clean on how it plans to fund commitments made in its manifesto, such as the DART Underground and the construction of the M20. Minister Donohoe warned people to ‘mind the gap’ in Fianna Fáil’s transport policy proposals.
Fine Gael will support SMEs to keep the recovery going and warns of Micheál Martin’s economic deception
Minister Richard Bruton today (Friday) outlined Fine Gael’s plans to support small and medium enterprises (SMEs), as part of the party’s Long Term Economic Plan to Keep the Recovery Going. Minister Simon Coveney also warned about the growing evidence of the Fianna Fáil economic deception, which undermines their entire campaign.
Strong Exports mean More Jobs – An Taoiseach
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD, and the Minister for Jobs, Richard Bruton TD, are today outlining Fine Gael’s plans to grow the number of jobs in export orientated companies over the next five years as part of the Party’s Long Term Economic Plan to keep the recovery going. Fine Gael will allocate at least €500 million to accelerate export led job growth across the country from the €4bn Future Jobs Investment Fund.
Martin suffering from amnesia – Varadkar
Health Minister and Fine Gael candidate in Dublin West Leo Varadkar has said that Micheal Martin seems to be suffering from amnesia.
Noonan warns ‘born again’ Fianna Fáil are trying to fool people again
“Fianna Fáil in the driving seat crashed the economy in the past and they are still on the same road heading towards the same destination.
Taoiseach and Varadkar launch €2bn Fine Gael Plan for Health
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny and Minister for Health, Leo Varadkar have today (Monday) launched Fine Gael’s Plan for Health for the next government, which is built on the four pillars of Healthy Ireland, Building Capacity, Universal Healthcare and Health Service Reform.