News & Statements
Faux outrage from Donnelly hides ignorance on Brexit process – Richmond
Fine Gael Senator and spokesman on EU Affairs, Neale Richmond, has slammed Fianna Fáil TD Stephen Donnelly's faux outrage in relation to a Revenue working paper, dating from 2016, detailing the potential impact of a hard Brexit from a customs point of view.
Another jobs win for Sandyford – Richmond
Local Fine Gael Senator, Neale Richmond, has welcomed the announcement that Microsoft will be recruiting a further 200 people to work at its Sandyford base.
Juncker’s commitment to transparency in Brexit talks must become standard practice – Richmond
Juncker's commitment to transparency in Brexit talks is welcome and must become standard practice for all EU negotiations and trade deals, a Fine Gael Senator has said.
Strong Franco-Irish relations vital post Brexit – Richmond
Addressing a gathering of the France-Ireland Chamber of Commerce today (Tuesday) in Dublin: Fine Gael EU Affairs spokesman, Senator Neale Richmond, has stated that strong Franco-Irish relations are vital post Brexit.
Richmond welcomes Google to Sandyford
Locally based Fine Gael Senator, Neale Richmond, has welcome the announcement that Google is set to expand its Irish operations further with a planned move to offices in the Sandyford Business District.
Fianna Fáil’s front bench confusion on Brexit- Richmond
Senior figures in Fianna Fáil are at odds on the issue of Brexit, a Fine Gael senator has said.
Sensible solutions in UK can lessen the impact of Brexit – Richmond
The shift in policy in relation to Brexit by the British Labour party is a welcome development, Fine Gael Senator and spokesman on EU affairs, Neale Richmond has said.
UK document should be seen as the basis for negotiations, not the solution – Richmond
Welcoming the release of the latest UK Government position paper on Brexit, Fine Gael Senator and spokesman on EU Affairs, Neale Richmond, has stated that the document is the basis for negotiations and does not yet present the ultimate solution for Ireland.
Women’s Rugby World Cup an opportunity for a sporting legacy – Richmond
Ahead of the kick of the Women's Rugby World Cup in Ireland today, Fine Gael Senator and keen rugby player, Neale Richmond, has said that the tournament provides a great opportunity for both the IRFU and the Irish Government to leave a real sporting legacy.
Bank of America endorses Sandyford – Richmond
Fine Gael Senator, Neale Richmond, has welcomed the announcement by Bank of America that it intends to make Dublin its European base following the Brexit vote.