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Sinn Féin supports Occupied Territories Bill – Seán Crowe TD

Sinn Féin’s spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, Seán Crowe TD, has detailed Sinn Féin’s continued support for the Occupied Territories Bill. The Bill, which seeks to prohibit the import and sale of goods, services and natural resources originating in illegal settlements in occupied territories, was introduced by Senator Francis Black and was moved at second stage […]

Two tier pay structure for school secretaries must end – Crowe

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe, has said the unacceptable two tier pay structure for school secretaries cannot be allowed to continue. The Sinn Féin TD was commenting following representations made from school secretary representatives who are campaigning to address the pay discrepancies and work anomalies. Deputy Seán Crowe said: “Roughly 10% of the 3,500 […]

Gaps in child protection and welfare services in Dublin are deeply worrying – Crowe

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe, has described the findings of a HIQA report into Tusla’s Child Protection and Welfare Services in Dublin South Central as unacceptable. The Sinn Féin TD said the report raised serious concerns and that the under reporting of allegations of abuse might be happening in other areas because of staff shortages […]

Irish Government wholly unprepared for no deal Brexit – Seán Crowe TD

Sinn Féin’s Foreign Affairs spokesperson, Seán Crowe TD, has criticised the government over their unpreparedness for a no deal Brexit. Deputy Seán Crowe said: “The government’s no deal Brexit plan can be summed up in one sentence approach: leave it to the EU and let the markets decide. This is the same logic it used […]

Rebuilding Ireland Home Loans not delivering for applicants – Crowe

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe, has called on the Minister for Housing, Eoghan Murphy, to reform the Rebuilding Ireland Home Loans scheme after it was revealed that of the 1,317 loans approved in the third quarter of 2018, only 155 have been drawn down, or just 11.8% of those approved. The Sinn Féin TD […]