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Denise Mitchell - Deputy Whip and Junior Spokesperson on Social Protection

Denise was reared in Coolock and still resides in the constituency in Ayrfield with her husband Alan and young family.

Denise has been heavily involved in the anti-water charges campaign in Dublin North Bay and highlights these unjust charges at every opportunity particularly at Dublin City Council level.

She has also been active on housing issues. For example, campaigning for investment in Cór Na Mona.

She has also been actively campaigning to Dublin City Council and the Office of Public Works for the completion of flood defensive measures in the constituency which continue to leave many residents at risk.

Denise remains a firm opponent to cuts back in our health service and in particular Beaumont hospital.  

If elected as a TD Denise will continue to be a voice for the people of Dublin North Bay in terms of calling for increased housing, better health care, adequate child care and fairer taxes.

Statements (56)

New 30km/h speed limits in the north Dublin area will help create calmer communities and 'people friendly spaces' - Mitchell25 May, 2017

No surprise young people are turning their back on Establishment parties – Mitchell24 May, 2017

Government must stop dragging its feet on rip-off motor insurance – Mitchell17 May, 2017

Irish Government must put pressure on British Government over Dublin and Monaghan bombings – Mitchell17 May, 2017

Next to impossible for citizens on HAP payments to secure accommodation in Dublin – Mitchell16 May, 2017

Delays to Maternity Benefit payments totally unacceptable – Mitchell10 May, 2017

Social Protection Minister has been all bluster but no action – Mitchell9 May, 2017

Government must implement Dáil decision on Maternity Hospital – Mitchell4 May, 2017

Government must show a bit of backbone on Maternity Hospital fiasco – Mitchell3 May, 2017

Intolerable lack of accommodation for victims of domestic violence must be addressed – Mitchell2 May, 2017

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