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FF TDs have more questions to answer – Brophy
Fianna Fáil, Timmy Dooley and Niall Collins have more questions to answer following several media reports today on what occurred on the Fianna Fáil benches during Dáil voting last Thursday, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Metrolink should be extended to Rathfarnham, Knocklyon and Firhouse – Brophy
Following today’s announcement by the National Transport Authority (NTA) to terminate the new Metrolink at Charlemont, Fine Gael TD Colm Brophy is calling for the areas of Rathfarnham, Knocklyon and Firhouse to be serviced by Metrolink now that the original route is not going ahead.
It’s time for action on WhatsApp – Brophy
The spreading of misinformation, graphic images, fake news and defamatory comments via the popular messaging service, WhatsApp, has become such a serious issue that legislators can no longer ignore it, Fine Gael TD Colm Brophy said.
Famine Commemoration Bill undergoes detailed scrutiny in the Oireachtas – Brophy
The Oireachtas Committee on Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht today (Wednesday) completed detailed scrutiny of the National Famine Commemoration Day Bill 2017, which was tabled by Fine Gael TD, Colm Brophy.
Fine Gael’s income tax reform means people will have significantly more take home pay than five years ago – Burke
Tax changes due to come into effect in the New Year thanks to Budget 2019 will mean real savings for people and families all across Ireland. That’s according to Fine Gael Senator Colm Burke who has revealed that over the last five years families have made significant savings thanks to Fine Gael’s programme of income tax reform.
New school is great news for Citywest – Brophy
The announcement of a new secondary school for the Citywest/Saggart area is great news for the community, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Brophy welcomes decision to rebuild Fortunestown store
The decision by Lidl to rebuild their Fortunestown store will be warmly welcomed, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Local Property Tax needs to be reviewed – Brophy
Brophy calls for top tax rate on ‘heated cigarettes’
Fine Gael TD for Dublin South-West, Colm Brophy, has recommended that heated cigarette products are taxed at the same rate as regular cigarettes - the highest rate for tobacco products - when they are introduced to Ireland.
Ibrahim Halawa’s long wait for freedom– Brophy
Fine Gael TD for Dublin South-West, Colm Brophy, has praised the work by current and former Taoisigh and Foreign Affairs Ministers in securing the release of Ibrahim Halawa from an Egyptian prison.