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Dáil suspension a taste of Independent ‘government’ – Doherty
Fine Gael TD for Meath East, Regina Doherty, has today (Wednesday) said the chaotic behaviour of Independent TDs in the Dáil this afternoon, which led to the suspension of Dáil business for the rest of today
Micheál Martin admits that overspending on health was Govt policy under FF – Doherty
Fine Gael TD for Meath East and member of the Oireachtas Health Committee, Regina Doherty, has highlighted the double standard employed by Fianna Fáil leader, Micheal Martin, this morning when he admitted that it was his policy to overspend and require supplementary budgets while he was Minister for Health.
FF’s poor Seanad voting record emphasises hypocrisy of No campaign – Doherty
Fine Gael's Deputy Director for Elections, Regina Doherty TD, has today (Monday) said that Fianna Fáil's poor voting record in the Seanad, as revealed in the Irish Independent, emphasises the hypocrisy of the Party's campaign to keep the second House.
Martin’s barefaced lies are a desperate attempt to hoodwink electorate – Doherty
Restructuring the interest rate on the bailout deal from 6% to 3.5% represents a significant renegotiation in anyone’s language.
FF’s personal attack on Mulvey is a red herring – Doherty
Fine Gael’s Deputy Director of Elections for the Seanad Abolition Referendum, Regina Doherty TD, has today (Tuesday) described Fianna Fáil’s personal attack on Kieran Mulvey as a red herring, aimed at distracting voters from its own flip flopping on the issue of the Seanad.
No campaign can’t name one significant thing the Seanad has ever done – Doherty
Extraordinary moment on Morning Ireland from a campaign which claims that the Seanad is a vital check on Government power.
Martin has flip-flopped on the Seanad and didn’t introduce any reform when he had the chance – Doherty
Fine Gael's Deputy Director of Elections for the Seanad Abolition Referendum, Regina Doherty TD, has today (Tuesday) criticised Fianna Fáil leader, Micheál Martin TD, for flip flopping on the Seanad, and described his current stance as hypocritical in the extreme, as Deputy Martin did nothing to reform the Seanad during his time as a senior member of Government.