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Daly Criticises Government for Failure to Address Overseas Voting Rights

New ‘reform’ proposals again fall short of real reform

Government must defend Ireland’s reputation on corporation tax - FF

Obama comments part of clear pattern of misrepresentation in US circles

Committee Should Examine Information Lock-Down on GP Payments - FF

Fianna Fáil Health Spokesperson Billy Kelleher TD says that the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Health should discuss the issues arising from the decision of the HSE to stop publishing the details of Primary Care Reimbursement Service payments.

O’Callaghan warns of Property Tax Increase Due to Rising Values in Dublin

Dublin property tax will shoot up in 2017 unless FF proposals accepted. Dublin needs 15% reduction in property tax in 2015 and urgent reform of the entire local property tax regime

Berehaven Credit Union Situation Should Serve as Wake-Up Call – FF Leader

Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin TD has said that the closure of Berehaven Credit Union should act as a wake-up call for the Government on the crisis in rural Ireland and the critical role that the Credit Union movement plays in the country’s social fabric.

Greyhound Dispute Escalating into Public Health Issue – FF

Government need to get off sidelines and act

Connaughton selected as Fianna Fáil Candidate in Upcoming Bye-Election

Micheál Martin backs ‘community leader’, says he will be key member of FF Dáil Team

FF Leader Dismisses Government Seanad Proposals as ‘Window Dressing’

Fianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin TD has dismissed the Government's proposed 'major reforms' of the Seanad as simple window dressing, pointing to the Government's failure to even address the central criticism of the Seanad - namely the method by which members are elected.

Berehaven credit union liquidation highlights challenged state of sector – FF

Fianna Fáil Finance spokesperson Michael McGrath has stated that the sudden decision today to put Berehaven credit union in Cork in to liquidation will come as a shock to savers locally and throughout the country and is also a sharp reminder of the challenges facing the sector generally.

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