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Farage is right, the UK should vote again – Richmond
Short notice Luas works put commuters off track – Richmond
“No thanks Nigel”- Richmond slams planned “Irexit” conference
Seanad Brexit Committee Report can guide the way for Phase 2 negotiations – Richmond
The Seanad Brexit Committee Report can guide the way for the Government as we approach Phase 2 of the Brexit negotiations. That’s according to the Chair of the Committee and Fine Gael Senator Neale Richmond.
Additional LUAS trams vital in growing area – Richmond
Local Fine Gael Senator for Dublin Rathdown, Neale Richmond, has welcomed the news that the Cabinet has agreed to the extension of green line LUAS trams which service the Dublin Rathdown constituency.
Rapid roll out of the Celtic Interconnector is vital to securing Ireland’s future energy needs – Richmond
The rapid roll out of the Celtic Interconnector is vital to securing Ireland's future energy needs, according to a Fine Gael Senator.
Urgent need to agree a new EU-US-UK open skies agreement
Following engagement with European Transport Commissioner, Violeta Bulc, at a meeting of the Oireachtas Transport, Tourism and Sport Committee, Fine Gael Senator and spokesman on European Affairs, Neale Richmond, has welcomed the Commissioner's commitment that the resolution of transport issues is a key priority as part of the next phase of Brexit negotiations.
EU Solidarity Fund vital post Ophelia – Richmond
Fine Gael Senator and spokesman on EU Affairs, Neale Richmond, has stated that the EU Solidarity Fund will be vital for the post Hurricane Ophelia recovery efforts in Ireland.
Martin giving up on Brexit negotiations already – Richmond
Responding to comments by Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin that he would prepare for a hard Brexit, Fine Gael Senator and spokesman on EU Affairs, Neale Richmond, has accused Martin of giving up on Brexit negotiations.
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.