Kildare Street, Dublin 2.
Phone: 01-618 3310
Phone: 01-835 2123
Thomas is married to Ann Hunt. They have three children, Sineád, Tomás and Daithi. Educated St Mary's Diocesan School and Trinity College (LLB). Solicitor and member of the Law Society of Ireland. Member of the Law Council of NUI Maynooth.
“Next month’s elections to the European Parliament are an opportunity for citizens to have a real say in shaping the future of the European Union over the next five years”, Fianna Fáil’s MEP candidate for Midlands North West, Senator Thomas Byrne, has said. Read More | Share
“The law that set up the Insolvency Service of Ireland is seriously flawed and needs to be reformed urgently. It is causing widespread hardship to families burdened by personal and mortgage debt”, the Fianna Fáil MEP candidate for Midlands North West", Senator Thomas Byrne, has said. Read More | Share
Senator Byrne was speaking at a well-attended meeting of farmers in Rathowen, county Westmeath. The meeting was organised by Fianna Fáil to discuss the party’s alternative proposals on EU CAP reform. Senator Byrne chaired the meeting. Other speakers included Eamon Ó Cuiv TD, Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Agriculture, Robert Troy TD and Pat O’Rourke, former President of Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association (ICMSA) and currently Chairman of the Northern Ireland Livestock and Meat Commission. Mr Donie Shine, from Mallow county Cork of the Farm Family Rights Association also spoke. Read More | Share
The Fianna Fáil MEP candidate in Midlands-North West, Senator Thomas Byrne, has accused the Communications and Energy Minister, Pat Rabbitte, of making up energy policy piecemeal in reaction to events instead of having a strategic plan. Read More | Share
“The Fine Gael / Labour Coalition seems to be targeting large parts of the Midlands, West and North West for cutbacks in vital public services”, Fianna Fáil’s MEP candidate for Midlands-North West, Senator Thomas Byrne, has said. Read More | Share
“Today’s statement by Minister Rabbitte about the Midlands Energy Export Project does not mean that the project has been scrapped – just that it has been postponed until after 2020”, according to Fianna Fáil’s MEP candidate in Midlands-North West, Senator Thomas Byrne. Read More | Share
Fianna Fáil’s Seanad Spokesperson on Public Expenditure, Senator Thomas Byrne, has accused the Government of showing total disregard for communities that are still experiencing problems with their water. Read More | Share
The Fianna Fáil MEP candidate for Midlands-North West, Senator Thomas Byrne, has written to the EU Commissioner for Energy to clarify that any wind farms or overhead high voltage power lines proposed for Ireland must comply with EU criteria for support and funding. Read More | Share
Thomas holds regular clinics throughout Meath-East. Please contact the constituency office in Meath East on 01-835 2123 for details and an appointment.