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Phil Flanagan has been a Sinn Féin MLA since 2011.

From Garrison, Phil now lives in Tempo with his wife Joni & two daughters, Rosie (6) & Keira (4). Phil is an active member of his local GAA club.

Since his election, Phil has provided the people of Fermanagh with a strong & articulate voice on a wide range of issues.

Phil has continually sought additional investment into job creation, housing, roads, tourism, transport, the health service & infrastructure in Fermanagh.

He has also campaigned extensively for improved broadband & mobile phone coverage, as well as supporting small, rural schools from closure.

Phil is well placed to campaign for economic development in Fermanagh, to create additional opportunities for students locally and to continue standing up for workers’ rights.

He has spoken out to protect the economic interests of small farmers & those in Severely Disadvantaged Areas & to sustain the vitality of rural communities.

A strong & active opponent of fracking, Phil has consistently stood against plans for fracking in Ireland, particularly in Fermanagh.

Tá Phil ag obair ar son saoirse na hÉireann.

Statements (184)

Challenges for University model need to be met - Flanagan9 March, 2016

Disingenuous to say EU exit wouldn't lead to border controls - Flanagan25 February, 2016

Sinn Féin committed to protecting workers' rights - Flanagan22 February, 2016

British government views on EU totally out of sync with people - Flanagan21 February, 2016

Sinn Féin table amendments to address gender pay gap - Flanagan8 February, 2016

Sinn Féin to table amendments to ban zero hour contracts - Flanagan5 February, 2016

Job creation disparity must be addressed – Flanagan18 January, 2016

Flanagan calls on DEL to release Steps 2 Success figures9 December, 2015

All prisoners should be treated with dignity and respect - Flanagan8 December, 2015

Disruption at DUP office an attack on entire Enniskillen community4 December, 2015

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