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Denise Mitchell TD

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Denise Mitchell - Deputy Whip, Spokesperson on Dublin, and Junior Spokesperson on Housing

Denise Mitchell is proud to represent the people of the northside in the Dáil. Born and reared in Coolock, Denise is honoured to be a champion for the community she grew up in and still lives in today with her husband and her young family.

First elected to Dublin City Council in 2014 and to the Dáil in 2016, Denise has been a local community activist for many years.

Having been a Sinn Féin spokesperson for Social Protection, Children and Youth Affairs, and most recently for Dublin, Denise understands and has worked to combat the struggles that are facing ordinary Dubliners and their families.

Denise has challenged the cosy consensus of Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil and fought to end the many crises that they have inflicted on our country.

Denise’s policy priorities are fighting against rising homelessness, spiralling insurance costs, an out of control trolley crisis and the wave of gang crime endangering our communities. 

Statements (221)

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

Suspension of respite care services ‘unacceptable’ – Mitchell21 April, 2017

Ireland must ratify Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities without further delay – Mitchell30 March, 2017

We must be proactive in how the state interacts with those with vulnerabilities – Mitchell30 March, 2017

MABS management change ‘not motivated by evidence’ – Mitchell29 March, 2017

Sharp rise on Lone Parent Sanctions in 2016 – Denise Mitchell TD28 February, 2017

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