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John Brady - Spokesperson on Social Protection

John Brady lives with his wife Gayle in Bray with their five children.

A member of Wicklow County Council from 2011 to 2016, he was elected TD for Wicklow in 2016.

As Sinn Féin Spokesperson for Employment Affairs and Social Protection, he played a leading role in exposing the flawed JobPath Scheme, addressing bogus self-employment and banning zero hour contracts.

He is currently campaigning against Government proposals to increase the pension age to 68. As a leading campaigner on housing and homelessness, he has worked for measures to cut rents and build homes.

The sole opposition voice for Wicklow, he is working hard to end the neglect of the county and pushing for key infrastructural projects, including an upgrade of the rail line between Bray and Arklow and essential N81 improvement works.

A Child Maintenance Service For Ireland

JobPath Report

Unlocking Arklow's Potential

John is working with the Wicklow Sinn Féin Team

Bray Municipal District

Cllr Grace McManus, 086 068 0654, [email protected]

Cllr Dermot ‘Daisy’ O’Brien, 086 063 5195, [email protected]

Baltinglass Municipal District

Aidan Kinsella: 0870572700 [email protected]

Wicklow Municipal District

Muireann Dalton: 0860757051 [email protected]

The constituency offices are located in Bray and Arklow

1st Floor, 27 Main Street, Bray, Co. Wicklow
Tel: 01-276 2623
* Accessibility needs accommodated by request.

18a Upper Main Street, Arklow, Co. Wicklow
Tel: 0402-41853

Statements (385)

Garda Investigation into allegations of planning irregularities in Wicklow County Council welcome - John Brady TD10 May, 2019

Government can avert Community Employment strike - John Brady TD16 April, 2019

Sinn Féin publishes end to JobPath policy document - John Brady TD4 April, 2019

Crushing cost of living is crippling working families – Brady & Quinlivan1 April, 2019

Sinn Féin Bill will halt planned increases in the pension age – John Brady TD27 March, 2019

Index-linking the State Pension to inflation will not ensure adequacy – Brady25 March, 2019

Minister threatening Jobseekers highlights need to review use of sanctions – Brady13 March, 2019

Minimum wage increases ‘not impacting on household income’ – Brady7 March, 2019

People being referred to JobPath for a third time ‘an absolute farce’ – Brady7 March, 2019

Minister Doherty needs to wake up to reality faced by lone parents – Brady5 March, 2019

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