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Fine Gael MEPs congratulate Foróige on European Citizen’s Prize

Published: Wed, 11 October 2017

Fine Gael MEPs Seán Kelly, Mairead McGuinness, Brian Hayes and Deirdre Clune have congratulated Ireland’s leading youth organisation, Foróige – which officially received the 2017 European Citizen’s prize today (Wednesday), following a successful joint nomination by the MEPs. Sandra McIntyre, Foróige National Chairperson, and Seán Campbell, CEO of Foróige, accepted the award at the European […]

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Ireland’s house prices second fastest-growing in EU – MEP Kelly calls for regional investment

Published: Wed, 11 October 2017

Ireland’s house prices are the second fastest-growing in the EU, according to Seán Kelly MEP. New data released by Eurostat on Wednesday showed that the highest annual increases in house prices in the second quarter of 2017 compared with the second quarter of 2016 were recorded in Czech Republic (+13.3%), Ireland (+10.6%) and Lithuania (+10.2%), […]

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End of excess Intra-EU phone charges

Published: Thu, 05 October 2017

Excessive charges on so-called “Intra-EU” phone calls, or the tariffs applied to fixed and mobile calls from one EU Member State to another, may come to an end according to Seán Kelly MEP. The Leader of the Fine Gael Delegation in the European Parliament welcomed the passing of the new EU Electronic Communications Code through […]

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Liam Cosgrave: “A brave & intelligent leader” – Seán Kelly MEP

Published: Thu, 05 October 2017

Seán Kelly MEP and Leader of the Fine Gael Delegation in the European Parliament has paid tribute to former Taoiseach and former Fine Gael Leader Liam Cosgrave, who passed away yesterday aged 97 years.

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Brexit: FG MEPs call for “less grandstanding, more engagement”

Published: Thu, 05 October 2017

The four Fine Gael MEPs are calling for less grandstanding and more engagement by the UK in the ongoing Brexit negotiations. Seán Kelly, Mairead McGuinness, Brian Hayes and Deirdre Clune made the call following today’s adoption of a European Parliament Resolution which concluded that insufficient progress has been made in the talks so far.

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