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Brian Stanely

Constituency office: 05786 62851
Dáil office: 01 618 3987

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Brian Stanley - Chairperson of the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee

Brian Stanley is the Sinn Féin TD for Laois/Offaly and Chairperson of the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee.

As a public representative, his is active on many issues including job creation, planning, roads/infrastructure, housing, education, sport and recreational facilities and the environment.

Brian has been involved in various campaigns on a wide range of social, economic, environmental and national issues. He maintains direct involvement in the ongoing campaign for Irish independence and all-Ireland integration. 

Constituency Office, 5 Church Street, Portlaoise, Laoise. Telephone: 05786 62851

Oireachtas office:

Brian Stanley TD, Leinster House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2.

Telephone: 01 618 3987 Email: [email protected]

Clinics are now in the following locations last Friday of every month:

Edenderry: 2.30 pm – Parish Centre (beside Church).

Tullamore: 4.15pm – Family Resource Centre, Arden View.

Birr: 6:15pm – Sinn Féin Office - Green Street, Birr.

Statements (58)

Brian Stanley TD calls on the Taoiseach to engage with Beef Farmers27 November, 2019

Government must provide a Just Transition Plan for the Midlands – Brian Stanley TD8 November, 2019

All Injunctions must be lifted to ensure Beef Taskforce gets up and running - Brian Stanley6 November, 2019

All-island Agri-Food sector must be protected – MLA McAleer & Brian Stanley TD17 October, 2019

Governments 'Just Transition' Budget will not cut it for Bord na Móna workers – Brian Stanley TD8 October, 2019

Famers have an important role to play in afforestation – Brian Stanley TD4 October, 2019

Sinn Féin stands up for small farmers and rural communities with alternative budget proposals - Brian Stanley TD1 October, 2019

British custom proposals would bring Agri-Food sector to a halt – Brian Stanley TD1 October, 2019

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