News & Statements
Sinn Féin side with the mob to create instability – Brophy
Sinn Féin have taken the side of the violent mob and rioters who wreaked havoc in our capital last week by seeking to create more instability, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Sinn Féin stoop to new low in exploiting unidentified man in Dáil to score cheap political shot- Brophy
Sinn Féin have stooped to a new low in exploiting a vulnerable man in the Dáil to score a cheap political shot in response to last week’s violence in Dublin, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Diplomatic channels only route to ensure safe release of hostages – Brophy
Continued diplomatic relations are of paramount importance right now as the Israeli-Hamas conflict continues to escalate, a Fine Gael TD has said.
DAA must allow second driver of taxis to pick up passengers – Brophy
The DAA must change its policy to allow second drivers of taxis to pick up passengers at the airport campus, according to Fine Gael TD Colm Brophy.
Assurances on Dublin Airport drone defences needed ahead of busy season – Brophy
Assurances are required from Transport Minister Eamon Ryan and the Dublin Airport Authority that anti-drone technology will be deployed ahead of the busy Summer tourist season, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Extend NCT first test for new cars from 4 years to 6 years – Brophy
Extending the requirement for new cars to complete the National Car Test (NCT) by an additional two years would enable the NCT Service to concentrate on sorting out the current backlogs facing motorists, a Fine Gael TD has stated.
Dublin Airport should be liable for airline costs due to drone disruption – Brophy
Dublin Airport should be made liable for costs to an airline if management does not ensure there is a drone free area around the airport, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Sinn Féin’s links to Ortega are sinister & should concern all who value democracy and human rights
Sinn Féin’s close relationship with the political party led by Daniel Ortega, the Nicaraguan President, should strike fear in all right-minded citizens who assume the provision of human rights and democracy will always be cornerstones of Irish public life, Fine Gael Minister Colm Brophy has said.
Minister Brophy urges urgent collective action to avert humanitarian catastrophe in the Horn of Africa
Minister for Overseas Development Aid and Diaspora, Colm Brophy, T.D., today called for urgent international action to avert a humanitarian catastrophe in the Horn of Africa, where up to 30 million people are facing acute hunger following four consecutive failed rainy seasons.
Minister Brophy announces dedicated Ukraine crisis civil society fund
The Minister for Overseas Development Aid and the Diaspora, Colm Brophy, T.D., has launched a call for proposals for Irish-based international NGOs to avail of Irish Aid funding, as part of Ireland’s overall €20 million package to respond to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and neighbouring countries.