Nothing has changed for the Irish Government’s Brexit strategy with Theresa May’s departure – Richmond
Nothing has changed for the Irish Government’s Brexit strategy with Theresa May’s departure, Fine Gael Senator Neale Richmond has said.
A directly elected mayor for Waterford would be a real opportunity to drive change - Coffey
Waterford city and county has a real opportunity tomorrow to choose a system where a directly elected mayor can champion development of the whole region, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Facebook continues to advertise homophobic website targeting MEP candidate Maria Walsh
Facebook is continuing to advertise a homophobic website targeting MEP candidate Maria Walsh.
Steady hands needed at the tiller as we enter choppy waters of Brexit – Clune
Steady hands are needed at the tiller as we enter the choppy waters of the next phase of Brexit negotiations, Fine Gael MEP candidate Deirdre Clune has warned.
Micheál Martin cosying up to Sinn Féin in search of electoral gain – O’Dowd
Micheál Martin and the Fianna Fáil party are cosying up to Sinn Féin in search of an electoral bounce in the Local and European elections, and may be laying the ground for a future coalition on the national stage, a Fine Gael TD has warned.
Facebook ads promoting website targeting Maria Walsh need to be investigated - Lombard
Facebook ads promoting a website designed to target and discredit European Election candidate Maria Walsh on the grounds that she is an LGBTQI activist, need to be fully investigated, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) (Amendment) Bill 2018 completes Report Stage in Seanad Éireann
Google needs to explain how election transparency rules failed to catch website targeting Maria Walsh - Naughton
Google will have to answer why they failed to uphold commitments on European election transparency after a website targeting Maria Walsh because of her sexuality was promoted through paid ads, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Fine Gael aims to become first party in Government to make gains since 1990s
Fine Gael is this weekend aiming to become the first Government party in two decades to make gains at a mid-term election.
Delivering a strong CAP is a key European priority - Doyle
Delivering a strong CAP (Common Agriculture Policy) Budget for Irish farmers is a key priority for Andrew Doyle, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine and Fine Gael European Parliament candidate. Andrew Doyle was speaking with farmers today (Monday) in Portlaoise with Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine Michael Creed, highlighting Fine Gael’s priorities for the CAP post 2020.