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Ambulance delays will lead to loss of lives – Crowe

Sinn Féin TD for Dublin South West, Seán Crowe, has reacted with concern to the latest Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) report into ambulance capacity which found that there are significant shortcomings in Dublin, putting patients at a high level of risk. Crowe has demanded urgent action and investment, and said that currently there is […]

Homelessness getting worse not better claims Crowe

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe, has said that homelessness across the State is getting worse not better.  The Sinn Féin TD was commenting after the release of official figures showed a 27% increase in 12 months. Deputy Seán Crowe said: “The latest homelessness figures quite clearly show that the problem of homelessness is getting […]

Current talks process in the North has run its course – Crowe

Dublin South West Sinn Féin TD, Seán Crowe, who was involved in the involved in the negotiations that led to the historic Good Friday Agreement, has said that the current talks process to re-establish the political institutions in the North has run its course because satisfactory terms could not be agreed on all of the […]

Closure of Ulster Bank branches will impact on customer service – Crowe

Dublin South West Sinn Féin TD, Seán Crowe, has said that the closure of bank branches will inevitably impact on customer service following the 220 jobs losses that were announced by Ulster Bank this week. Commenting on the announcement, Deputy Crowe said: “I am extremely saddened and frustrated to learn of the decision taken by […]

Government continuing policy of private privilege in healthcare – Crowe

Dublin South West TD, Seán Crowe, has described the Health Minister’s proposed eight-point-plan for structural reform of the health services as “a smokescreen”. The Sinn Féin TD said Minister Harris’ plan reinforced Fine Gael’s ideology of private privilege over public investment in the health services. Deputy Seán Crowe said: “The continued crisis in our health […]