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Smith appointed Fianna Fáil Spokesperson Education and Skills

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20,000 customers invest a total of €439 million in the National Solidarity Bond - McGrath

Fianna Fáil Spokesman on Public Expenditure and Financial Sector Reform Michael McGrath TD has said the national solidarity bond, launched by Fianna Fáil in Government last year, is a tremendous success and has attracted over 20,000 investors. Read More

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FG abandons yet another election promise - McGrath

Cork South Central TD and Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Financial Sector Reform Michael McGrath TD commented, "During the recent election campaign Fine Gael stated that it would act to prevent state-supported banks from automatically passing on interest rate increases to mortgage holders. Read More

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Government must insist on AIB liaising better with staff - O’Dea

Fianna Fáil Limerick TD Willie O’Dea has called on the Government to ensure that AIB better liaise with staff in future over all plans for the future of the bank. Deputy O’Dea made his remarks after the staff learnt from morning media reports that 2,000 jobs are to be cut during 2011 and 2012. Read More

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Fianna Fáil Motion on Education - Statement by Brendan Smith TD, Spokesperson on Education

Brendan Smith TD, Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Education & Skills, lodges Private Members’ Motion on Education Read More

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FF launches political donations bill to implement key Moriarty recommendations

Fianna Fáil has today published a political donations bill which implements key recommendations of the Moriarty Tribunal, cuts donation limits and introduces an effective ban on corporate donations. The Bill gives the Dáil the opportunity to ensure that the changes are in force before the Summer recess rather than wait until the end of the year as is likely under the government’s current plans. Read More

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Dáil to debate Fianna Fáil motion on support for Education - Smith

Fianna Fáil’s parliamentary party has published a motion which will be voted on in the Dáil next Wednesday calling for education and training to receive priority in the forthcoming supplementary budget. Read More

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Cope confirms boar fishery approved - worth €15 million this year

Cope confirms boar fishery approved - worth €15 million this year

The European Parliament in Strasbourg overwhelmingly adopted (651+ and 19 -) an amendment tabled by Pat the Cope Gallagher MEP which will allow Irish fishermen to catch boar fish, which will be worth in the region of EUR 15 million to Ireland this year. Read More

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Smith urges Minister for Agriculture to clarify details of new Agri-Environment Options Scheme

Fianna Fáil TD for Cavan/Monaghan Brendan Smith has urged the Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney TD to clarify the details of the new Agri-Environment Options Scheme without delay. Read More

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Government puts Metro North under review and job creation on hold - O’Brien

Senator Darragh O’Brien has expressed his anger and disappointment at the decision of the Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar not to approve the enabling works for Metro North and to include it in a review of transport projects already planned, delaying critical infrastructure investment and job creation. Read More

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