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Introduced new Bill to make the international crime of aggression an offence under Irish law

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Tackling Violence Against Women 

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Ireland’s role in an endangered Europe

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The Irish Tricolour – A Flag of Diversity

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Extract from my speech on Offences against the State (Amendment) Act 1998: Motion

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Statements on recent developments in Northern Ireland on the Protocol

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The Tonight Show on the issue of rising crime in Ireland

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Fianna Fáil TD for Dublin Bay South

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The Political, economic and legal consequences of Irish reunification

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The Political, economic and legal consequences of Irish reunification - Document

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Motion One of the most important political characteristics is self-awareness, which is knowing one’s limitations and one’s capabilities. It is important that in this House we assess ourselves when it…

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If you’re a victim of crime you can now have your say in the parole process

12 January 2023

A couple of years ago, I drafted a new law about the parole process.It's now an operation.If you or a family member where the victim…

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Introduced new Bill to make the international crime of aggression an offence under Irish law

14 December 2022

Today I introduced this Bill to make the international crime of aggression an offence under Irish law.Although it became a crime under international law in…

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Fianna Fáil is a centre-left National party.

It aims to

(1) reunify Ireland,
(2) build public housing,
(3) reward hard work and promote business,
(4) protect the vulnerable,
(5) Cosain ár gcultúr agus teanga,
(6) save our environment.

Without Fianna Fáil, Irish politics will become deeply polarised in the same way as the politics of the UK, the USA and Northern Ireland.

About reunification

After Covid and Brexit have passed, reunification would become the biggest political issue facing this island and its people.

We need a strong Fianna Fáil party to direct that process in the same way as it directed the pathway to peace, working with John Hume.