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Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Deputy Robert Troy, has said it is time for Minister Heather Humphreys to come before the Dáil to discuss emergency measures to protect businesses from the COVID-19 crisis.
Deputy Denis Naughten has welcomed measures by the telecoms industry aimed at helping those working from home as well those who may be isolating.
For the Labour Party to describe the Dáil meeting as "non-essential" is "deeply troubling", when holding the Government to account is "vital" given the "extraordinary emergency legislation" passed in the last two weeks.
The former British prime minister, Harold Wilson, once mused that "a week is a long time in politics". Never in modern times has that phrase been so true.
Roscommon/Galway Deputy, Denis Naughten, has confirmed his intention to attain the role of Ceann Comhairle of the 33rd Dáil.
Election 2020 is in full throttle daily. Fair dues to the radio stations, they are giving it great coverage. Each day we have the different debates, the different manifestos, where the leaders will be, what they will be discussing, and of course there is the ongoing drama of what could be the latest row between the leaders, Leo and Micheál.
The race to fill the four Mayo seats up for grabs in next month's general election got up and running this week after An Táoiseach Leo Varadkar requested President Higgins to dissolve the 32nd Dáil.
Labour candidate for the Longford-Westmeath constituency, Alan Mangan, has criticised the Fine Gael Government, for its ongoing failure to deliver jobs and investment in the Midlands, with the latest report from Enterprise Ireland showing a loss of jobs in the region during 2019, adding to the losses from Bord na Móna.
Joe Loughnane, the city's most prominent and outspoken anti-racist campaigner, has been chosen by People Before Profit as its Election 2020 candidate for Galway West.
Longford/Westmeath Fine Gael TD, Peter Burke, has responded to a call from Fianna Fáil Social Protection spokesperson, Willie O’Dea, for a supplementary budget to be introduced.