News & Statements
Online retailers must reduce packaging on orders – Bruton
Online retailers must reduce the plastic packaging on their orders, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Examinership must be made easier for companies that will need to restructure
Examinership must be overhauled to allow an administrative process be established to ensure viable businesses are saved in a post Covid economy, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Urgent prioritisation of electric car chargers needed – Bruton
The rollout of electric car charging points must be urgently prioritised to further encourage people to go green on the roads, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Left-wing campaign will kill the potential of the Land Development Agency – Bruton
A left-wing ideological campaign against the Land Development Agency (LDA) will kill off its potential to provided much needed homes, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Sinn Féin motion distracts from Covid-19 & Brexit – the real issues of Government – Bruton
Sinn Féin’s motion in the Dáil next week is proof they wish to engage in narrow tribal politics and bring down the Government.
More settlements from Personal Injuries Assessment Board will lower insurance costs – Bruton
People should be given incentives to settle insurance claims through the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) in a bid to drive down the cost of insurance in the sector, Fine Gael Parliamentary Party Chairman Richard Bruton has said.
New Commission is an opportunity to shape a fresh media environment – Bruton
The new Future of Media Commission is an exciting opportunity to shape a new media environment and help prevent existing models being hollowed out by the rapid pace of change, the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party Chairman, Richard Bruton has said.
Don’t be fooled by Sinn Féin’s Housing Bill – Bruton
People seeking to buy or rent a home should not be fooled by Sinn Féin’s Housing Bill, a Fine Gael TD has said. Richard Bruton, Fine Gael Party Chair, was speaking ahead of the Dáil reading of the legislation.
Employers should consider taking on apprentices – Bruton
Employers should consider taking on apprentices who can benefit their organisation and create new employment opportunities for the individual, Fine Gael TD Richard Bruton has said.
Expanded Bike to Work Scheme to benefit commuters during Covid-19 and beyond – Bruton
The newly expanded Bike to Work Scheme will be of real benefit to commuters during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond, Fine Gael Party Chair Richard Bruton TD has said. Deputy Bruton said, “Welcome changes have been made to the Bike to Work Scheme under the July Stimulus, the Government’s plan to help get Ireland's businesses back on their feet and get as many people as possible back to work quickly.