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Kirk seeks assurances from Enterprise Minister regarding job creation in Louth

Louth Fianna Fáil TD Seamus Kirk has sought assurances from the Minister for Enterprise that steps are being taken to create jobs in Louth. Read More

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Dáil statement by Micheál Martin TD on the Moriarty Tribunal

Dáil statement by Micheál Martin TD on the Moriarty Tribunal

'I welcome the publication of the final report of the Tribunal of Inquiry into Payments to Politicians and Related Matters'. Read More

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Health Minister prepares the ground for Fine Gael u-turn on local hospital services – Browne

Fianna Fáil TD for Wexford has accused the new Minister for Health of preparing the ground for a u-turn on promises to restore local hospital services after less than one month in office. Read More

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Collins welcomes Shatter commitment to ratify Fianna Fáil plan on white collar crime

Responding to the announcement today that the Minister for Justice Alan Shatter is to bring forward a Bill on white collar crime, Fianna Fáil's Niall Collins TD commented, “I am pleased to see that the new Government has decided to quickly bring forward Fianna Fáil's plan to deal with white collar crime.” Read More

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Builders to start work on Ballygarvan School on Monday - Martin

Builders will be on site for the construction of the new building of the Ballygarvan National School from Monday next 28th March, according to Cork South Central TD and Leader of Fianna Fáil, Micheál Martin. Read More

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Lenihan urges new Government to stand firm on CCCTB

Brian Lenihan TD, Fianna Fáil Deputy Leader and Spokesperson on Finance, has urged the new Government to stand firm on the issue of a Common Consolidated Corporation Tax Base ahead of the European Summit in Brussels tomorrow (24 March). Read More

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Speech by Eamon Ó Cuiv TD on Corporation Tax & C.C.C.T.B

The 12.5% rate of tax is and has long been a cornerstone of Irish industrial policy, and I urge the Government, in the strongest possible terms, to withstand entreaties from our partners in Europe on this issue. My very real fear is that any movement on the rate, even a half a percentage point, would send a hugely detrimental message to the inward investment community. Read More

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Micheál Martin TD welcomes decision to refer the Moriarty Report to the DPP

Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin TD has welcomed the Taoiseach’s announcement in the Dáil today that the Moriarty Report is to be sent to the relevant legal authorities for consideration. He commented, “I am glad that the Government has heeded Fianna Fáil’s call to refer this grave report to the Director of Public Prosecutions. It was immediately clear yesterday that the report raised serious issues that go to the heart of how public affairs are conducted and that action must be taken.” Read More

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Kenny must clarify details on Eve-of-Decision fundraiser - Collins

Limerick TD Niall Collins has said: “The Taoiseach must immediately clarify the details surrounding a £1,000-a-plate fundraising dinner hosted by him in October 1995, on the eve of the fateful Government decision on a second GSM operating licence, at which a bidder for that licence is said to have been in attendance. This is an extremely serious matter and requires an urgent response from Mr. Kenny. Read More

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Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin moves Private Members’ Motion on Corporation Tax

Speech of Micheál Martin TD, Leader of Fianna Fáil, Moving Private Members’ Motion on Corporation Tax Read More

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