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May Plenary Session- Strasbourg

Published: Fri, 22 May 2015

The clips of MEP Kelly’s speeches this month in the Strasbourg Plenary Session:

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Munster Rugby “Rule 24” welcomed by Seán Kelly

Published: Wed, 20 May 2015

Former GAA President and MEP for Ireland South, Seán Kelly, has welcomed the announcement that Munster Rugby will open the gates of Musgrave Park in Cork to the GAA as the €70 million redevelopment Pairc Uí Chaoimh begins. “I am delighted that Musgrave Park has been made available for the Sciath na Scol hurling and […]

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EU-US trade deal will reduce red tape and boost SME growth – Kelly

Published: Wed, 20 May 2015

Seán Kelly MEP (Ireland South) has called for a strong harmonisation of business regulations to be prioritised in the ongoing EU-US trade or Transatlantic Trade and Investment Agreement (TTIP) negotiations, in order to boost SME growth.

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“SMEs to drive Ireland’s sustainable recovery” – MEP Kelly

Published: Tue, 19 May 2015

Seán Kelly MEP has commended Irish businesses on the pivotal role they continue to play in putting Ireland’s economy on the road to recovery. Speaking in the European Parliament in Strasbourg today (Tuesday) ahead of the presentation of a new European Commission report which reflects positively on Ireland’s economic performance in 2014, Mr. Kelly highlighted […]

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Kelly Welcomes New CAP Simplification Proposals for Farmers

Published: Wed, 13 May 2015

Seán Kelly, MEP for Ireland South, welcomed Commissioner for Agriculture Phil Hogan’s announcement regarding the first round of simplification measures to be introduced this year. MEP Kelly highlighted that the proposed actions will greatly benefit farmers in Ireland, who have had many issues in dealing with direct payments and wrong declarations.

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