Stephen Donnelly, Social Democrats TD for Wicklow and East Carlow, has welcomed the passage today of the Marriage Equality Bill through the Dáil. The last steps are for the bill to pass through the Seanad, and for the president to Read More >
Holding the banking inquiry in year five of this Government means a lot of relevant information is coming to light too late. Nonetheless, testimony in recent weeks points to big lessons we can and must still learn. The challenge is Read More >
Last night I laid out why it is difficult to see how the Dáil can have confidence in the Minister for Finance due to the political governance of the Siteserv affair. Here’s the speech
Today is a big day, both the Marriage Equality and the Age of Presidential Candidates Referendum are happening. A number of people have called in to my office in Greystones to discuss how to vote. I thought it would be Read More >
This week, I introduced a motion which would immediately and substantially increase the pace at which the mortgage crisis is addressed.
‘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 the ‘defendant’ and in favour of the bank seeking possession Read More >