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Sinn Féin TD for Wicklow John Brady has called on the Minister for Health Simon Harris to honour the commitment he gave in the Dáil last month and ensure that immediate funding is put in place to keep the dedicated dementia care home in St. Joseph’s Shankill open. 

Speaking today, Deputy Brady said:

“The threatened closure of St. Joseph’s in Shankill has come as a great shock to residents, users of the day-care facility, families and staff, many of whom are from Wicklow.

“It was announced last month that the day-care service which currently accommodates up to 120 people every week will close at the end of the year and the residential home which is home to 60 dementia patients is under serious financial difficulty.

"Last week, discussions took place with the National Treatment Purchase Fund, unfortunately they didn’t go well and the board of St.Joseph’s have had to take the unfortunate decision to cease admissions. This is despite the fact that there is a huge demand for dementia specialist care facilities.

“I questioned the Minister for Health Simon Harris in the Dáil about the threatened closure of St. Joseph’s. He gave categorical assurances that the funding would be provided to keep the doors open.

"The current situation which has been caused by the gross underfunding of St Joseph’s by the government is causing anxiety, stress and uncertainty for the service users, their families and all the staff in the facility.

“Minister Harris must honour the commitment he gave in the Dáil and immediately intervene to ensure that the staff in St. Joseph’s can continue to do the excellent work that they do and that the service is maintained and protected to give certainty to some of the most vulnerable citizens in the State.

“There are 55,000 people in Ireland living with dementia and that number is expected to double in the next 20 years. We therefore, need increased funding for dementia services and we need to see the development of more services specifically for dementia care, not less.”


Sinn Féin TD for Louth Gerry Adams has said that Garda Commissioner Drew Harris must assist the family of Seamus Ludlow when he meets them later today, Monday 2nd December. 

Gerry Adams said,

"The family of Seamus Ludlow, who was murdered near his home in Dundalk in 1976, have been campaigning to get the truth of the circumstances of his death for 43 years.

“In 2006 the Barron Commission recognised the serious failure by this State to investigate the killing appropriately and it recommended that the government establish two commissions of investigation. Barron also noted the shameful way in which the family had been treated by An Garda Síochána. 

“Successive governments have failed to establish these investigations and have blocked the Ludlow family at every instance. 

“The Garda Commissioner has an opportunity to answer some of the questions the family have regarding the conduct of some Gardaí at the time of Seamus’ killing. 

“He should also provide a rationale for the continued failure of the Gardaí to question four men identified as suspects in 1979. 

“Commissioner Harris should initiate a fresh inquiry, under a new investigative team, to finally provide this family with the truth into Seamus’ killing.”

Dundalk councillor Ruaírí Ó Murchú added,

“I commend the family of Seamus Ludlow for their perseverance and tenacity over two generations. 

“It is very unfair that there has not been more support from the government and from State agencies to date and I hope that this family reaches the truth behind this brutal killing.”


Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald TD has congratulated Sinn Féin’s four by-election candidates, in particular Mark Ward who topped the poll and won the seat in Dublin Mid West.

Deputy McDonald said;

“I want to thank the voters of Dublin Mid West, Fingal, Wexford and Cork North Central. The vote was a clear rejection of the government’s housing and health policies and a vote for Sinn Féin’s proposals for the biggest public housing programme in decades, investment in public services and for planning for Irish unity.

“The result is significant for a number of reasons – it exposed a totally out of touch government which is failing to deliver for workers and families and a growing impatience among the people at a government wasting the economic growth of recent years. 

“I want to thank our four candidates – Mark Ward, Thomas Gould, Ann Graves and Johnny Mythen. They are all champions for their local communities and put forward a clear alternative to the polices of Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil.

“I also want to thank all of our activists for the incredible work that they put in over the last number of weeks. 

“Mark Ward TD will join the Sinn Féin Dáil team on Monday morning. His first job of work will be to vote no confidence in Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy and show that Sinn Féin has the solutions to the housing crisis.”


Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald TD has extended her deepest condolences to the family and friends of Mike McKee, Sinn Féin Councillor for Shannon in Co. Clare, following his passing earlier today.

Teachta McDonald said:

“I want to extend my deepest condolences to the family and friends of Mike McKee who passed away earlier today at University Hospital Limerick following a short illness.

“I send, in particular, my deepest sympathy to Mike’s wife Eileen, his son David and his daughter Janette, as well as two grandchildren.

“Mike was a true Irish Republican and a great champion of the people of Shannon, which was reflected in his continued election to Shannon Town Council and Clare County Council over many years.

“He represented the people with great pride for over three decades and anyone who ever met Mike knew of his sincerity and decency.

“I know that this is a very sad time for party members in Clare and the wider Mid-West region and I extend to them my solidarity at this very sad time.

“Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.”



Sinn Féin spokesperson on LGBTQI rights Senator Fintan Warfield has slammed the new Government Report on the Review of the Gender Recognition Act 2015, calling it a “missed opportunity”.

He has called on the government take the pursuit of LGBTQI rights seriously.

Senator Warfield said:

“Today, the government has failed to propose an extension of gender recognition to young people under sixteen years of age and to the non-binary community.

“The vast majority of submissions to the Review of the Gender Recognition Act 2015 reflected a need for an extension of these rights, as did the group’s final report.

“Furthermore, my own legislation, the Gender Recognition (Amendment) Bill 2017, which furnishes these rights to transgender young people was passed unanimously by the Seanad in March 2017. Senators from all parties and none agreed in principle that gender recognition should be extended this way.

“The fault that has led to these glaring omissions lies at the door of government. They should stop denying the right of trans youth to be themselves and to have the basic human requirements of their peers. If this Government had even an ounce of the courage of trans young people, the review today would look very different.

“I am calling on Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection, Regina Doherty to publish legislation that stays true to the report of the review group and that continues the progress that Ireland has made in the past.

“Additionally, I will be writing to An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to outline how today’s announcement is one of a long line of failures of this government to adequately pursue LGBTQI equality.

“Whether it be a response to incidents of hate crime, properly equipping same sex parents with equal rights or responding to our wholly inadequate transgender healthcare system - I have lost count of how many times the government has failed to act and to legislate when necessary.

“In the absence of government leadership on these issues, the National LGBTI Inclusion Strategy that was launched yesterday is merely a long list of issues that the Fine Gael government have failed to act upon.”



Sinn Féin Health Spokesperson Deputy Louise O’Reilly has said 2019 is a year of shame and failure for Fine Gael when it comes to the health service as data from the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation shows 2019 is already the worst ever recorded year for hospital overcrowding and patients on trolleys.

Teachta O’Reilly said:

“2019 has been a year of shame and failure for Fine Gael where it comes to their running of the health service.

“We are not yet into the month of December and 2019 has broken the record for the worst ever year for overcrowding and patients on trolleys.

“Since the beginning of the year until today 108,364 people have gone without a bed in an Irish hospital, breaking the 2018 record high, with a full month left to go in the year.

“Fine Gael have had eight years to address this crisis, but it has only got worse every year they have been in government.

“As with the housing crisis, the government think that their policies are working for the health service but, they are completely failing, and that failure is having a devastating impact on the lives of patients and staff.

“You have to laugh at Fine Gael TDs stepping out into the real world and seeing the situations in Emergency Departments first hand and being ashamed by how bad they are – does it ever occur to them that these scenes are the consequences of their own political actions?“

The situation has been getting worse for the last eight years and no one in Fine Gael has been able to come up with a single solution.

“I keep saying this and so long as there is a trolley crisis I will continue to say it – to tackle the trolley crisis you have to address the issues causing it and focus on addressing them through:

- increasing recruitment and retention of staff

- reopening closed beds

- delivering more step-down facilities

- increasing home help hours

- proper investment in primary and community care.”


Sinn Féin Dáil Deputy Leader Pearse Doherty TD has said that Fine Gael need to get their heads out of the sand and introduce a rent freeze to finally give workers and families a break.

Speaking at Leaders’ Questions today, Deputy Doherty said;

“Your Government housing plan Rebuilding Ireland is in its fourth year.

“Its results are stark; over 10,000 citizens are now homeless, a 67% increase. The number of homeless children has risen by 81 percent; nearly doubled.

“This is the new normal under Fine Gael in what is the fastest growing economy in Europe.

“Too many of our children our facing a Christmas they don’t deserve. Toddlers are unable to walk or crawl because of prolonged stays in emergency accommodation. Their development stunted and their futures stolen from them.

“Rents have risen by 40 percent since your Government took office in 2016. The average rent in Dublin now stands at over €2 thousand a month. In Cork it is over €1,300 a month.

“This has locked a generation of young people and young families into an out-of-control rental market. It is locking them out of any aspiration of ever owning their own home.

“The first duty of any decent society is to protect its children and to protect its vulnerable.

“Your Government have refused to take responsibility for your failure to deliver on housing.

“While failing to take responsibility for the housing crisis, you have failed to listen to alternative policies and solutions.

“Solutions put forward by Sinn Féin; we have repeatedly called for an immediate rent freeze in the private market.

“Only to be rejected by this Government and Fianna Fáil.

“These solutions would put a brake on an out of control rental market while giving renters the space to save and plan for the future.

“Something that under Fine Gael is beyond their grasp.

“It’s time for Fine Gael to get their heads out of the sand and to heed the solutions put forward by Sinn Féin and implement an immediate 3-year rent freeze.”


Sinn Féin Children and Youth Affairs spokesperson Kathleen Funchion TD has welcomed the news that Tusla have issued closure notices for four Hyde and Seek childcare centres, saying that the safety and well-being of children must be paramount at all times.

Speaking today, Deputy Funchion said;

"The news that Tusla have moved against Hyde and Seek and issued 4 of the branches with notices to close from December 31st is very welcome.

"It is an important step forward for Tusla in how they approach and manage situations like this. I have met with numerous parents of Hyde and Seek, since the airing of the RTÉ investigates program and challenged Tusla to take more action against these crèches when they appeared before the Oireachtas Children and Youth Affairs Committee.

"I am delighted that they have taken this step and now it is vital that the Minister steps up to ensure that there is quality care available to children who are still in these services. Parents will be concerned, and understandably so, given the lack of crèche places. 

"Both the Department of Children and Youth Affairs in conjunction with Tusla must work to ensure childcare places for these children."

"Sinn Féin will continue our work to ensure our children are being cared for appropriately and safely – particularly when parents are often paying what amounts to a second mortgage for childcare."


Sinn Féin Agriculture spokesperson Brian Stanley TD has welcomed the lifting of an injunction against beef protestors, Paraic Brady and Colm Leonard.

Speaking today Teachta Stanley said;

“I welcome today’s news that the injunction against these beef farmers has been lifted.  This is long overdue.

“This issue has caused a lot of angst and anger right across the farming community and was an impediment to the Beef Market Task Force moving ahead with its work on a constructive basis.

“The fact that the meat processor refused to lift the injunction up to this point has impeded the Task Force’s progress.

“I raised this issue yesterday in the Dáil with the Minister for Agriculture and separately with the Taoiseach and asked them to use their influence the get the processor to drop the injunction.

“It’s important now that the Task Force meets in plenary session and gets all the stakeholders around the table to deal with the crisis in the beef sector.

“I also suggested to the Tánaiste in the Dáil today that representatives of the retailers need to there and that the Minister for Agriculture convene the Task Force immediately.”



Sinn Féin TD for Dublin North-West Dessie Ellis has appealed to parents not to buy quads and scramblers this Christmas as Christmas presents for their children.

Deputy Ellis said:

“Despite recent successes by An Garda Síochana in seizing over thirty Quads and Scramblers in recent months in the Finglas area, their illegal use remains a constant danger and anti-social nuisance to the community.

“I urge parents and responsible individuals to consider the effects the illegal use of such vehicles have on their neighbours and their community. Parents should also reflect on the danger to the young people illegally using them on public roads and parks often without helmets or any other safety equipment or even insurance.

“A number of young people have died or have been seriously injured riding quads and scramblers and innocent passers-by have also been injured by the reckless riding of scramblers and quads on roads, footpaths, on greens and in public spaces.

“In some estates and parks the scramblers and quads are out every single day and people, especially the elderly, don’t feel safe walking the streets or taking their dogs out for a walk in the park. 

“For many, there is no break for this activity. The noise pollution from the vehicles can run from early in the morning to very late into the night.

“I am asking people to please think before you buy.”


Sinn Féin TD Imelda Munster has called on the Public Accounts Committee to invite the Clerk of the Dáil, Mr Peter Finnegan to come before the committee to answer questions on the Oireachtas printing press debacle, commenting that “the report the committee received from Mr Finnegan this morning raises more questions than it answers, and only Mr Finnegan can provide those answers.”

Deputy Munster said:

 “There are questions around the procurement process, in particular how a printer that was too big for the print room was successful in winning the tender.

“In the report furnished to the committee today Mr Finnegan says that he was advised in advance of his committee appearance in July that the cost of the refurbishment to the print room was in the region of €230,000. He was questioned at that meeting about the cost of the print room, but he did not divulge this information, or give any indication that there had been difficulties and mistakes throughout the entire process.

“Mr Finnegan is aware that the PAC deals with systems, practices and processes that underpin public expenditure. The omission of this information has led to a breakdown of the process of the oversight role of the PAC, and has cost the state upwards in €500,000 in overspend.

“That information, in my opinion, should have been forthcoming at the meeting in July, and I believe that Mr Finnegan has a responsibility to be fully open and forthright as the accounting officer.

“This information only came to light due to a Freedom of Information request from a journalist. That is not good enough.

“Mr Finnegan must come before the committee to answer these questions.”


Sinn Féin member of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) David Cullinane TD has called for the clerk of the Dáil to appear before the PAC to answer questions outstanding on the purchase and fitting of a printer with significant cost overrun.
Deputy Cullinane said:
“The explanatory note that the Clerk of the Dáil has sent to the PAC has raised more questions than answers.
“I have the highest of regard for the Clerk who I know to be an extremely talented and professional individual, but we need answers on this issue.
“It is the job of the PAC to examine public expenditure from systems, practices and procedures perspective – and it is clear that with the printer there was a breakdown in these procedures.
“This led to significant cost overruns which the PAC only found out about because of the work of Craig Hughes and the Irish Times.
“This is despite the fact that the Clerk of the Dáil was before the Committee in July.
“The Clerk said that a project of this size needs specialist architectural and engineering expertise – yet the error in room dimensions was spotted by an OPW architect who would lead us to believe that the expertise was there, but for some reason not utilised.
“The Clerk also says that in his opinion, significant structural adaptation would have been necessary in any event – yet fails to explain why these adaptations were not anticipated before the tender went out.
“The Clerk also needs to explain why the necessary retraining of the print room staff was equally not anticipated until after delivery, despite the fact that the new machine is twice the size of any previous printer, uses new technology, and is so large that it needs a forklift truck to load it in what is a very tight space.
“Until we have these answers, this story will run and run – and for that reason it is my opinion that the sooner the Clerk of the Dáil appears before the committee the better.”


Matt Carthy MEP: Incoming Commission a case of ‘meet the new boss, same as the old boss’

Sinn Féin MEP Matt Carthy has confirmed that Sinn Féin MEPs voted against the appointment of Ursula von der Loyen’s College of Commissioners, stating that the incoming European Commission remains completely out of touch with the experiences of working people across the EU.

Speaking from Strasbourg, the Midlands North West MEP said: “This is a case of, ‘meet the new boss, same as the old boss’. The incoming Commission President praised the legacy of Jean-Claude confirming that, from personnel to policy, this is just more of the same at a time when the European Union requires fundamental reform. 

“From the statements of Ms von der Loyen it is clear that her intention is to continue down the same failed path as Juncker, and she has no comprehension of the struggles facing the people of Europe.

“The incoming Commission President spent most of her speech to MEPs discussing the need for the EU to compete on the global stage when it comes to digitalisation and new technologies.  Most people living in the EU are not concerned about whether Europeans invent the next big thing – they are concerned about job insecurity, the relentless increase in the cost of living while wages continue to stagnate, the likelihood of a new recession and the climate crisis.

“In the one area where she signalled an intention to advance – the Green Deal – the actual policy was left vague and undefined. 

“The biggest problem here is that the priorities outlined today are totally contradictory. Ms von der Loyen acknowledged that the ‘twin transitions’ of climate and digitalisation require massive investment in the EU.  But at the same time she continues to champion the strangling Stability and Growth pact and the rules of the common currency – which tie the hands of governments when it comes to making the type of investments that are desperately needed.

“She has signalled her intention to follow the Juncker plan funding model of putting up limited public funds as a guarantee for private companies.  Juncker promised that this would mobilise massive private investment in the wake of the financial crisis and recession, and it demonstrably failed. 

“In a period where demand is low, and consumer and business sentiment is wary, this model will again fail dismally in mobilising the kind of investment we need to meet the EU’s climate goals – no matter how many financial regulations are cut under the Capital Market’s Union.

“The endorsement of her predecessors’ vicious economic policies speaks volumes. This is the legacy that has left the Irish people with an outstanding bank bailout debt of €42 billion that it costs us a billion a year just to service.  This is the legacy that means the Greek economy is not expected to return to pre-crisis levels until at least 2034.

“Until the EU final abandons its 1980s-era austerity obsession and its drive towards a dangerous militarisation agenda; serious action on climate change, technological innovation and sustainable economic growth will remain pipe dreams.  Above all this commission is set to reinforce the democratic divide between EU institutions and citizens at a time when fundamental reform is required.

“For us in Sinn Féin we acknowledge that Ireland’s place is in the EU; but the EU itself most become more responsive to democratic demands and the needs of citizens.  There is no evidence that this incoming commission is up to that task.”



Sinn Féin by-election candidate in Dublin Mid-West, Councillor Mark Ward, has called on all other candidates to state how they will vote in next week’s Dáil motion of no confidence in Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy, if they are elected this week.

Speaking today Councillor Ward said;

“The housing crisis is the single biggest issue coming up on the doors in Dublin Mid-West.

“There are thousands of people on housing waiting lists, families paying out of control rents and people can't afford homes. That is Eoghan Murphy and Fine Gael's track record and he needs to be put out of office.

“One of the very first votes that successful by-election candidates will face in the Dáil next week will be on a motion of no-confidence in Eoghan Murphy so it is important that all candidates state publicly how they will vote on that important matter.

“If elected I will vote no confidence in Minister Murphy and housing policy next week.

“Claims from Fianna Fáil that this will cause a general election are simply not true. The Taoiseach can simply replace his Minister and his failing policy.

“The people of Dublin Mid-West know only too well the removal a minister from office does not mean a general election has to be called as we have seen previously the removal of former local TD Frances Fitzgerald from cabinet without an election being called.”


Sinn Féin Environment spokesperson David Cullinane TD has announced that he will bring forward legislation next week that will kickstart the process of bringing waste management back under the control of local authorities.

Speaking today Teachta Cullinane said;

“The privatisation of domestic waste collection has not served us well.

“The high cost of bills is a real financial worry for many families.

“The level of recycling has also stagnated. 

“This is on top of multiple waste firms serving the same housing estates, causing unnecessary disruption with no real competition on price.

“We need to bring waste management back under local control, and to get there we first need to regulate the sector.

“Next week I will introduce a bill that will kickstart this process.

“We need an independent waste management regulator with the authority to licence waste firms, to set prices, and to enforce its decisions where necessary through fines or sanctions or both.

“My bill will compel the Minister to outline a pathway towards the creation of that office.”


Speaking in response to comments made today by Julian Smith, British Secretary of State to the North, Sinn Féin's Michelle O'Neill MLA said:

"Sinn Féin stand ready and committed to restoring the Assembly.

"But any restoration must ensure the Assembly is sustainable, credible and has the confidence of the public.

"The key to any agreement is resolving the outstanding issues which lie at the heart of the talks.

"Sinn Féin stands ready to re-enter talks in the coming weeks and will work with all parties and both governments to reach a fair agreement.”


Sinn Féin’s Órfhlaith Begley has welcomed confirmation of a significant funding package to improve mobile phone coverage in rural parts of West Tyrone. 

The West Tyrone candidate said: 

“I led a party delegation that met with Vanessa Higham, Government Affairs Manager of Vodafone to discuss wider plans for improving provision in the many ‘notspots’ in West Tyrone. 

“At the meeting it was confirmed that a Shared Rural Network has now been put in place with Vodafone being joined by 3 other main providers: O2; EE and 3 in a €1.3bn partnership with government with the aim of providing 95% 4G coverage in ‘notspots’. 

“The project is now in its final stages of sign-off with work on the ground scheduled to start next year with working groups being set up to plan and prioritise the roll-out of the Rural Network Initiative. 

“Sinn Féin will submit a response to this working group on the basis that postcodes, many of which are in this constituency have little or no network coverage and should therefore be given priority.

“We made the case strongly that the north has proportionately more ‘notspots’ than other regions with rural areas of West Tyrone and west of the Bann being particularly affected.

“Sinn Féin pressed the case strongly that Vodafone along with other providers should prioritise the roll-out of the initiative in the north with first priority being given to worst ‘not spot’ areas.”


Sinn Féin Senator and spokesperson on North-South Integration Niall Ó Donnghaile has given a cautious welcome to today’s announcement that Cabinet have agreed to carry out a feasibility plan into a high speed train between Belfast and Dublin, reducing travel time to one hour. 

Speaking in the Seanad this afternoon Seanadóir Ó Donnghaile said;

“The proposed high-speed rail link between Belfast and Dublin is a crucial piece of transport infrastructure. Many groups and organisations along the border-corridor have been working diligently and collaboratively to help deliver this project but government of course have the lead role in ensuring its delivery. 

"Reducing travel time to one hour is critical to developing jobs and investment along the Dublin to Belfast corridor.

“I call on government to now urgently convene the relevant stakeholders, including local councils, chambers of commerce, tourism agencies as well as political representatives, to discuss the necessary next steps on this matter. 

“Belfast City Council have already agreed to carry out a similar feasibility plan and it is crucial that all the relevant agencies work together to ensure the arrival on this necessary piece of infrastructure.

"Sinn Féin is working towards the restoration of the Assembly and Executive in the weeks ahead if a fair agreement can be reached and this project will be key to delivery.”


Sinn Féin Housing spokesperson Eoin Ó Broin TD has called on all TDs including those elected in Friday’s by-election to support the no confidence motion in the Minister for Housing next week as this government has run out of time and ideas to tackle the housing crisis.  

Speaking during leaders’ questions in the Dáil today Deputy Ó Broin said:

“This morning’s newspapers are once again filled with horror stories of the impact of the government’s housing policy on children across the State.

“The government’s housing policy is now in is fourth year and is simply not delivering.

“The problem has gotten worse and for the many families, young people and pensioners their housing situation is grimmer than ever.

“Sinn Féin will wholeheartedly support the motion of no confidence in the Minister for Housing next week.

“All opposition TDs including those elected in this Fridays by-election have to make it clear where they stand. Are they on the side of homeless children or on the side of Minister Eoghan Murphy?

“By-election candidates need to make clear where they stand on this issue so the voters can decide whether to vote for candidates who support Eoghan Murphy and Rebuilding Ireland, or those who want a housing policy that meets the needs of those waiting for social and affordable homes.

“Fianna Fáil need to stop hiding behind Brexit as an excuse for doing their job and must start holding this government to account. It is time for Fianna Fáil to decide who’s side they are on, those struggling through the housing crisis or Minister Murphy?


Sinn Féin spokesperson for Agriculture Brian Stanley TD has called on Leo Varadkar to urgently engage with farmers in the beef sector.
Deputy Stanley was speaking in the Dáil this morning in relation to ongoing protests by beef farmers over a lack of progress in the beef sector.
Speaking earlier, Deputy Stanley said:
“It’s been over 6 weeks since the Beef Taskforce was supposed to have met and there has been no progress made.

“Fine Gael Minsiter Creed has sat on his hands and kicked the issue to touch claiming that ongoing issues are a matter for the courts and for the independent chairman of the Beef Taskforce.
“This is unacceptable. We need government to take a proactive stance to deal with these matters.
“The Beef Sector is in a crisis right now and we need the Taosieach to step in and save an the industry.
“We need to see the Beef Taskforce up and running again and that means all of the injunctions must being dropped.
“There can’t be a fair level playing field between factories and farmers while one side has legal action out on the other.
“We need to see Minister Creed and the Taoiseach getting off their hands and engaging with the different stakeholders because we’re at a standstill right now – as is much of Dublin today and last night.
“The protests which we have witnessed are as a direct result of the frustration and anger beef farmers are feeling with the lack of progress.
“We’re also calling on Fianna Fáil to speak up and to support Sinn Féin’s Beef Price Transparency Bill which would give transparency right throughout the supply chain to ensure everyone knows they are being given a fair price for their produce.” 

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