Colm Brophy was appointed Minister of State with responsibility for Overseas Development Aid and Diaspora on July 2nd, 2020. He is a Fine Gael TD representing Dublin South-West. Colm has a long history serving the people of our community and is honoured to have been elected to represent Dublin South West in the 32nd Dáil.
Colm is Chairman of the Budgetary Oversight Committee, which was established in 2016 to enhance the role of the Oireachtas in the budgetary formation process.
Colm also serves on the Justice and Equality committee as well as the EU Affairs Committee. Prior to his election to Dáil Éireann, Colm served on South Dublin County Council from 2008-2016.
News & Statements
Postal route services to Australia, New Zealand and Singapore to resume next week - Brophy
A number of international postal route services are set to resume next week, having faced disruption during the Covid-19 crisis. Services to Australia, New Zealand and Singapore will commence again on September 29th. Parcel service delivery to the United States will also resume on this date.
Help-to-Buy applicants should contact Revenue to enquire if they are eligible for the newly enhanced scheme - Brophy
First time buyers who have already applied for the Help-to-Buy scheme and are waiting on a decision should contact Revenue to find out if they are eligible for the newly enhanced scheme, a Fine Gael Minister has said.
Fianna Fáil trying to dodge scrutiny of their so-called housing policies – Fine Gael report
Fianna Fáil have completely failed to explain how they will fund a special savers scheme to help first time buyers, a Fine Gael TD has said.