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Brexit: Kelly calls for more frequent, direct sea trading routes

Published: Wed, 23 September 2020

 Seán Kelly MEP has called on Ireland to develop more frequent, direct sea trading routes to reduce our dependence on the land bridge. The EU’s Commissioner-designate for Trade, Valdis Dombrovskis, expressed support for Mr Kelly’s proposal in a meeting with the Ireland South MEP today. Mr Kelly’s comments come amid growing concern over the UK’s Internal […]

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Sean Kelly MEP Speech at the Irish Wind Energy Annual Conference, 21 September 2020

Published: Wed, 23 September 2020

It is a pleasure to have the opportunity to join you at this week’s conference and I commend everyone at IWEA for the hard work they have put into making it happen. The COVID-19 pandemic has had an enormous impact on us all, and one of the unfortunate consequences is that a great conference like […]

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Important months ahead for Irish agriculture

Published: Wed, 23 September 2020

The months ahead will be crucial for Irish farmers as we see a number of key policies at EU level being finalised. Since March we have seen the enormous impact of COVID-19 on our economy and the important role that farmers have played in keeping our supermarket shelves stocked. As part of the EU’s recovery […]

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MEP Kelly marks Autumn Equinox with renewed call to scrap Clock Change

Published: Tue, 22 September 2020

Seán Kelly MEP has today marked the Autumn Equinox by urging European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen to reignite efforts towards scrapping the bi-annual clock change. Mr. Kelly is Ireland’s only Member of the European Parliament’s Working Group on the bi-annual Clock Change, and has been campaigning for a decade to scrap Daylight Savings […]

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Kelly hits out at PM Johnson’s food blockades claim 

Published: Mon, 14 September 2020

Seán Kelly MEP has rubbished claims by the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, suggesting the EU will stop the transport of food products from Great Britain to Northern Ireland as “a deliberate attempt to misinterpret mutually designed provisions in the Protocol on Northern Ireland” and nothing more than “an audacious act to justify the breaking of […]

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