News & Statements
Barnier’s Brexit warnings key for Ireland – Richmond
Fine Gael TD, Neale Richmond, has said warnings from EU Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, are key for Ireland. Deputy Richmond was speaking ahead of a key week in Brexit negotiations.
No point jumping the gun on 2 metres if we risk another outbreak – Burke
A Fine Gael TD has warned that it’s premature to seek a reduction in social distancing to 1 metre before the health advice shows that it’s safe to do so, as it risks another widespread outbreak of Covid19.
We must hold the line on fishing in Brexit negotiations – Lombard
We must hold the line at all costs in Brexit fisheries negotiations, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
New Munster Technological University (MTU) will secure the future of higher education in the South West – Burke
The new Munster Technological University will secure the future of higher education in the South West, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Progress for Dundalk Primary Care Centre – McGahon
Fine Gael Senator for Louth, John McGahon, has highlighted progress with the planned Primary Care Centre for Dundalk, with the identification of a preferred provider for the facility at the Carrolls site. Senator McGahon also called on the HSE to ensure there are no further delays in delivering this long-awaited local healthcare facility.
Summer Education Programme crucial for children with additional needs – Cummins
A Summer Education Programme is crucial for children with additional needs this year, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Club game can’t be forgotten in pandemic recovery measures for sport – Richmond
Fine Gael TD for Dublin Rathdown, Neale Richmond, has urged the Minister for Sport and Tourism, Brendan Griffin, not to forget club sports as the country reopens.
Statement following meeting between Leaders of Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and the Green Party
The leaders of Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and the Green Party met for two hours this morning.
Statement by Fine Gael
Following the unwillingness and inability of other parties to form a Government without us, Fine Gael agreed to enter talks with Fianna Fail and the Green Party with a view to forming a Government in the national interest. Talks were going well.