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Longford/Westmeath Sinn Féin Deputy, Sorca Clarke, has called upon the Government to allow access to the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme for women returning from maternity leave.
Sinn Féin TD for Longford/Westmeath, Sorca Clarke, has noted the urgent need for legislation to address the various issues pertaining to the large employee base working from home during the present pandemic.
More than a few people have told me that the Sinn Fein surge in the General Election gave them the jitters. Their fear comes down to two things. They worry that Sinn Fein’s proposals to fix our housing, health and pensions problems could wreck the economy and cause longer-term misery and hardship for us all.
As local election polling day fast approaches, Athlone Sinn Féin candidate, Padraig Hegarty has outlined the housing and homelessness crises as campaign priorities and are topical subjects as his door-to-door canvass continues.
The discussion with regard to funding for third Level education is being countenanced yet again. This has been the sword of Damocles for the 374,000 students in college and university across Ireland almost every time the annual Budget is announced.
Local Sinn Féin aspirant, Padraig Hegarty and other local members joined INMO members on the picket line at Portiuncula hospital in Ballinasloe on their first day of industrial action. The pickets were underway from early morning at the hospital and over the course of the day garnered a large volume of support from people from all walks of life.
Sinn Féin’s general election candidate in Longford/Westmeath, Cllr. Sorca Clarke, has stated the Government’s winter bed plan has been exposed as “hype and spin” as the facts with regard to its implementation become apparent.
Yellow vests are a huge topic in recent weeks, but Athlone Sinn Féin donned a few hi-viz jackets last weekend for a whole other reason.
On a recent tour of the Longford/Westmeath constituency, Sinn Fein leader, Mary Lou McDonald allowed for a number of hours in Athlone where she met with a number of local community groups and organisations.
Cllr. Paul Hogan has resigned from Sinn Fein with immediate effect. In a prepared statement, the councillor acknowledged that he "pursued every avenue internally" before opting to quit the political party he initially joined in 1998.