This week, I introduced a motion which would immediately and substantially increase the pace at which the mortgage crisis is addressed.
Yesterday, I spoke to RTE News at One about the ongoing controversy surrounding Siteserv. The information which has arisen as a result of freedom of information requests made by Deputy Continue Reading →
This week I asked the Minister for Education and Science for an update on the recently announced school for Charlesland. The great news is that I can confirm it will Continue Reading →
‘What does that all mean?” This is what one man asked in Bray Circuit Court last Monday morning. Simon [name changed] had just lost his home. The registrar ruled against Continue Reading →
Throughout the week, Irish Water and Fine Gael/Labour were killed telling us the good news – they’d be able to find lots of leaks, and fix them – all thanks Continue Reading →
Should banks be allowed increase profits from restructuring mortgages? I don’t believe they should. I asked Minister Noonan for his view, but got a boilerplate civil service reply. So I Continue Reading →