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And they’re off! The 30th Dáil reached the end of its troubled life on Tuesday and the starting gun was fired on the race for the 31st Dáil.
And they’re off! The 30th Dáil has reached the end of its troubled life and the starting gun was fired for the race for the 31st Dáil. The various candidates will be calling to your door in the next two weeks and you will be bombarded with literature, promises, and pledges.
And they’re off! The 30th Dáil reached the end of its troubled life on Tuesday and the starting gun was fired on the race for the 31st Dáil. The various candidates will be calling to your door in the coming weeks and you will be bombarded with literature, promises, and pledges.
Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny has criticised the Justice Minister, Dermot Ahern for failing to ensure voluntary organisations gain access to Garda vetting.
The political drama of the last while is beginning to wear on us now. We’ve seen and heard it all. We don’t want to be lied to anymore. We don’t want to see the likes of Brian Cowen anymore or his lying ministers. We don’t want to see the legal eagle Lenihan spinning us his economics the way he’d spin a defence to get a gurrier off the hook in court. The likes of Dermot Ahern and Noel Dempsey shaking their heads and lying to us, treating us like fools. Jumped up teachers and solicitors and people who never had a real job in the real world, but who were coccooned in a bubble at our expense.
It has been a watershed for the Government this week, we are leaking politicians like one of the burst pipes spurting water during the big thaw.
The Galway Alliance Against War has joined peace and human rights organisations throughout the world in a united call to “Close Guantanamo with Justice”.
Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny has received information relating to the recent Prime Time programme highlighting the standards of some organisations within the home care sector. One of the main problems highlighted in the programme was the absence of Garda vetting for people dealing with the elderly. However, the Mayo-based TD is aware that some voluntary organisations in Mayo are waiting more than two years to avail of access to vetting procedures.
A determined Galway-based developer, self-styled as the ‘Anglo Avenger’, struck again by parking a cherry picker, emblazoned with protest slogans, at the gates of the Dáil Eireann on the morning before the Budget announcement.
The IMF deal with this country has been somewhat overshadowed by the recent arctic conditions that have taken the country by storm of late.