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.
Fianna Fáil continue their track record of misleading people on the public finances – Rock
Fianna Fáil are working hard to mislead the public on the management of the public finances - proving that a leopard never changes its spots, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Investment in Remote Working critical to Rural Ireland’s economy – Walsh
Investment in remote working is critical to rural Ireland’s economy, a Fine Gael European Parliament candidate has said.
Sinn Fein are closer to Nigel Farage on Europe - Durkan
Fine Gael’s European election candidate for Dublin, Mark Durkan today warned that Sinn Fein positions have provided grist to Nigel Farage’s mill.
Minister Mitchell O’Connor launches a European Charter to promote gender equality in the university sector
Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D. Minister of State for Higher Education today (15th May 2019) formally launched a Charter to promote gender equality in the University sector.
Burke’s missing persons bill receives Cabinet approval
Senator Colm Burke has said that Cabinet approval of his missing persons Bill is welcome, and will help the families of people who are missing.
Labour have amnesia from their time in Government – Deering
The criticism by Labour leader Brendan Howlin of the Government’s decision to proceed with the ‘gap-funded’ ownership model is bizarre, a Fine Gael TD has said.