Welcome to the website of Seán Crowe TD
Building an Ireland of Equals

Updates

Crowe extends condolences to victims of mosque attacks in New Zealand

Sinn Féin’s spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, Seán Crowe, has extended his sympathies and condolences to the families of those killed and injured in the attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. Deputy Crowe said: “I am horrified at the massacre of Muslims worshiping in two mosques in New Zealand and the rising death toll. […]

Primary care is not delivering because of severe staff shortages – Crowe

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe, has challenged the government’s commitment to primary care after his party, Sinn Féin, received new figures showing one in five primary care centres across the State have no General Practitioner. Deputy Seán Crowe said: “The figures release to my colleague and Sinn Féin Health spokesperson, Louise O’Reilly TD, from […]

Increased supports needed for women following ratification of Istanbul Convention – Crowe

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe, welcomed Ireland’s ratification of the Istanbul Convention and has called for greater supports for women facing dangerous and life threatening situations like domestic violence. The Sinn Féin TD said that ratification will mean that extra resources will need to be identified to support vulnerable women, including providing additional women’s […]

This government is continuing to fail lone parents and their children – Crowe

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe, has urged the Minister for Social Protection, Regina Doherty, to wake up to the reality faced by many lone parents who are at work but living in poverty. The Sinn Féin TD’s comments come after the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVP) published a report which found that […]

Crowe calls for tax breaks for banks to end

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe, has described AIB’s profits of €1.25 billion as bloated by the sacrifices of Irish taxpayers and that the absurd corporation tax break for banks must end. The Sinn Féin TD said his party has proposed a 25% cap on the losses that can be carried forward coupled with a […]