Fine Gael TD for Galway West & Mayo South

Category Archives: Government Chief Whip

New Autumn 2019 Legislative Programme

  The upcoming Budget, health reforms, climate action and family friendly measures are among the top priorities for the Government’s legislative agenda for the new Dáil term. The Legislative Programme which I published today, has been drawn up following consultation with ministers, senior officials from across Government and the Office of the Attorney General. It… Continue Reading

An Clár Reachtaíochta Nua

Sa Buiséid atá le teacht, is leasuithe sláinte, athrú aeráide agus na bearta atá feiliúnach do teaghlaigh na príomhthosaíochtaí do chlár oibre reachtach an Rialtais don téarma nua Dála. Tá an Clár Reachtaíochta, atá foilsithe ag Príomh-Aoire an Rialtais, Séan Kyne TD inniu, dréachtaithe tar éis comhairliúcháin le hairí, le hoifigigh shinsearacha ó trasna an… Continue Reading

New social welfare legislation published this week will provide new supports for the self-employed

The Social Welfare Bill 2019, which was examined by the Government at the Cabinet meeting earlier this week introduces a new social insurance scheme for people running their own business or setting up a new one. The legislation has been published by Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection, Regina Doherty TD and achieves a… Continue Reading

Information on Brexit to help citizens and businesses in Galway prepare

Seán Kyne, Government Chief Whip, Aire don Ghaeilge, don Ghaeltacht agus do na hOileáin and Fine Gael TD for Galway West has urged Galway residents and businesses to step up preparations for Brexit given the continuing uncertainty in the UK parliament. Commented Minister Kyne: “The decision of the UK to leave the European Union is… Continue Reading

Healthcare, housing, education, climate action and regional employment among priorities as new Legislation Programme published

Government Chief Whip, Seán Kyne TD has today published the Government’s new legislation programme which contains 30 new bills that will be progressed by the summer recess. The legislation programme follows on from the special programme launched in January which focused on Brexit. The new programme, which has been approved by Cabinet today, has been… Continue Reading

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