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Castlebar based Fianna Fáil vice-president and local area representative, Lisa Chambers, met with Fianna Fáil MEPs Pat ‘the Cope’ Gallagher, Liam Aylward and Brian Crowley in Brussels on a recent trip. Lisa, who is chair of the European Affairs Committee of the Fianna Fáil National Executive, and three committee members were invited to Brussels to visit the Commission and the Parliament, and also to meet with the Fianna Fáil MEPs.
Kilkenny MEP for Ireland East Liam Aylward has criticised the Government for cuts which he says will affect the most vulnerable farmers living in disadvantaged areas.
In the EU Parliament there are 750 MEPs, only 12 of whom are from Ireland.
Government failure to implement the 116 000 Missing Child Number is putting children's lives at risk according to Liam Aylward, Ireland East MEP, who has been campaigning on this issue at the EU level over the past number of years.
Kilkenny MEP Liam Aylward, has called for more concerted action at EU level to respond to growing levels of violence against women during the plenary session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg this week.
Liam Aylward MEP has warned Irish businesses to be on their guard against business directory "scams" and has stated that Irish SMEs should be vigilant about "deals" and invitations to appear in business directories at no cost.
Gardaí at Graiguenamanagh, Co Kilkenny are seeking the public’s assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 15-year-old Ann Walsh, better known as ‘Nan’.
Speaking today in the European Parliament Agriculture Committee Liam Aylward MEP strongly defended the need for the EU to support European agriculture and European farmers in order to ensure food security.
Liam Aylward, MEP called for a sensible and balanced approach to bus passenger rights during the week in the European Parliament in Strasbourg following a proposal to establish rules concerning passengers in bus and coach transport to bring them in line with air passengers.
Sporting clubs that comply with best practice standards and follow a recognised code of conduct could be awarded an EU “blue flag” under a scheme proposed by Irish sports representatives this week.