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Local TD Denis Naughten has again questioned the Taoiseach on the Government’s inaction in addressing the serious safety concerns surrounding the operation of head shops.
The world of politics is in flux. Never has it been so unstable and volatile. One minute, long-standing and up-standing members of cabinet are there and next they are gone.
Unemployment figures continue to rise and in the six months since April 1,820 more people are sighing on in Mayo. The live register in Mayo stood at 5,795 last April while the most recent figures for October show them standing at a staggering 7,615.
Just two weeks ago, FF/Greens voted against a FG motion calling for eight junior ministers to be cut.
Such is the degree of confidence that the young Carlow Kilkenny Fine Gael Senator John Paul Phelan has in his party leader. When speaking to the Kilkenny Advertiser/ Carlow First this week, Senator Phelan spokesperson on enterprise in the Seanad, said that he was extremely confident that the leader of Fine Gael “will be the next Taoiseach and he’ll be damn good too!”
An Taoiseach Brian Cowen has expressed positive assurance to Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Beverley Flynn that the Government is fully aware of the importance of the N5. The Taoiseach told the Fianna Fáil deputy that he and the Minister for Transport would do everything possible to help maintain jobs and develop manufacturing opportunities in the west.