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Lynn Boylan

In May 2014 Lynn Boylan was the first of four Sinn Féin MEPs elected to the European Parliament making the party the largest Irish group in Europe. Representing the constituency of Dublin she topped the poll with over 83,000 first preference votes. 

Lynn is a member of the Sinn Féin Ard Comhairle and has been an active Sinn Féin member of the party for eight years.  She contested the 2007 general election and the 2009 local election in South Kerry.  In 2009 she returned to Dublin.

Lynn has worked in Ballymun as a community programme coordinator with an environmental NGO. This work allowed her to combine her skills as an ecologist with her commitment to community activism.

In 2010 Lynn was appointed chairperson of the Safefood Advisory Board after serving four years on the board.

Safefood, one of the Good Friday Agreement All Ireland bodies, promotes greater cooperation in the areas of nutrition and food safety.

Lynn has a real interest in EU Policy and politics, particularly in the areas of employment, public transport, environment and food regulation.

Statements (528)

Future of the EU needs to be decided by the people – Boylan17 May, 2017

Minister Flanagan must act on case of Ibrahim Halawa after 25th adjournment – Boylan17 May, 2017

Boylan calls for Globalisation Fund’s unspent millions to be used for Brexit8 May, 2017

Boylan urges boycott of Israeli goods5 May, 2017

Boylan reiterates her Demand for an Immediate Gambling Prevalence Survey5 May, 2017

Irish Government must state if it voted for Saudi seat on UN women's commission – Boylan4 May, 2017

Solution needed for exporters facing Brexit trade problems – Boylan3 May, 2017

Proposed Student Tax System will exacerbate Youth Crisis – Boylan3 May, 2017

Boylan calls on Government to immediately conduct Gambling Prevalence Study27 April, 2017

Microbead ban a victory for slow learners – Boylan27 April, 2017



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