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Brian Stanley TD


Brian Stanely

Constituency office: 05786 62851
Dáil office: 01 618 3987

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Brian Stanley - Spokesperson on Agriculture and Rural & Community Development

Brian Stanley is the Sinn Féin TD for Laois/Offaly.  As a Councillor he has served as Vice Chairperson of the County Council and for five years was chairperson of the councils Strategic Policy Committee for housing, social and cultural affairs.

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

Clinic Times: Last Saturday of every month: Graiguecullen Swimming Pool 9.30am; Durrow, Presentation Centre, 11.30am; Rathdowney, O’Malleys Pub (upstairs), 12.30pm; Mountrath, Tom Delaney’s Lounge (Main street), 2pm; Mountmellick Town Hall 3pm; Portarlington Community Centre 4.30pm; Monasterevin Parish Centre (beside Chapel), Drogheda Street 5.30pm.

Oireachtas office:

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

Telephone: 01 618 3987 Email: [email protected]

Statements (519)

Climate change bill is urgent: Stanley17 April, 2013

Tenancies board cannot cope with cuts- Stanley16 April, 2013

Government must support Sinn Féin Climate Change Bill13 April, 2013

Environment Spokesperson Brian Stanley TD outlines Sinn Féin's opposition to water charges12 April, 2013

Gilmore defers water charges to avoid election meltdown – Stanley8 April, 2013

FG/Labour dancing to FF/Troika’s tune on water charges5 April, 2013

Incorrect Family Home Tax bills leading to chaos and confusion – Stanley26 March, 2013

Reducing hours of voting is a damage limitation move by government26 March, 2013

Hogan trying to drag more homes into tax net21 March, 2013

Government talk about not privatising water contradicts its actions21 March, 2013

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