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‘Budget does nothing for Border Communities’ – Sinn Fein

13 October 2016 17:32:52 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Sinn Féin Senator and spokesperson on North-South Integration Niall Ó Donnghaile has said that communities right along the Border will take no heart or reassurance from this week’s Budget announcements in the Dáil. Seanadóir Ó Donnghaile, who attended the Border Communities Against Brexit event in Carrickcarnon at the weekend, said Sinn Féin’s Alternative Budget provided

Vice null Time13 October 2016 17:32:52


‘Sinn Fein will work with anyone to fight Brexit’ – Murphy

29 September 2016 12:23:12 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Sinn Féin MLA Conor Murphy has said Sinn Féin will work with anyone to fight against an EU exit and for Irish reunification. The Newry representative and Economy Committee Chair said anti-Brexit groups must work together as huge sums of money could be lost to Stormont departments and communities in the event of an EU

Vice null Time29 September 2016 12:23:12

‘Brexit means borders’, insists Newry Sinn Fein

03 May 2016 15:40:32 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

Sinn Féin’s Newry/Armagh candidates have unveiled an anti-Brexit poster at the Cloughogue Roundabout. The area was once the scene of huge tailbacks as vehicles coming to and from Dundalk were stopped and searched. The site was also looked over by what they described as a ‘monstrous British Army spy post that scarred the landscape’. Newry

Vice null Time03 May 2016 15:40:32

‘IDS resignation exposes Sinn Fein’s weakness on welfare’ – Ritchie

22 March 2016 18:54:01 Latest Newry News, Newry Sport and Newry Business for Newry City

SDLP MP for South Down, Margaret Ritchie, has described former Work and Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith’s resignation as further vindication of the SDLP’s position on welfare reform. She said it ‘once again exposes the callousness of Sinn Fein’s decision’ to hand the Assembly’s welfare powers over to Westminster. Ritchie said, “Iain Duncan Smith’s assessment

Vice null Time22 March 2016 18:54:01

Low and middle-income earners better off under Labour than Sinn Fein’s Gerrynomics - Ciara Conway

18 February 2016 23:19:05 Frontpage

"Over the weekend we heard the Sinn Fein leader, Gerry Adams suggested that low to middle income workers would be better off under Sinn Féin. Nothing could be further from the truth and is another example of Sinn Fein’s Gerrynomics. Sinn Féin's refusal to consider USC reform makes its policies onerous on low to middle income earners. In contrast Labour's plans to eliminate USC on incomes up to €72,000 and extend PRSI relief are particularly targeted on low income workers. Under Sinn Fein’s USC proposals workers earning just marginally above the minimum wage would not be better off. The current national industrial average wage is estimated to be €36,000 however Sinn Fein are proposing that workers earning €16,000 less than that will not see any change under their USC proposals. It is clear that Labour's focus on reducing USC on all earnings up to €72,000 will deliver far more for low and middle income families than under Sinn Fein. Unlike Sinn Fein, Labour's plans to reform the USC both demonstrates and ensures the stability and balance necessary to build a fair recovery."

Vice null Time18 February 2016 23:19:05

Ireland's Sinn Fein party says it will pursue apple for taxes owed

22 January 2016 10:56:57 Ireland News latest RSS headlines - Irish

DUBLIN, Ireland - Ireland's Sinn Fein has reportedly said that it would pursue Apple if the company owes back taxes. With the European Commission recently announcing its investigation against the ...

Vice All News Time22 January 2016 10:56:57

Analysis Rhetoric suggests DUP and Sinn Fein plan to move closer in 2016

02 January 2016 18:42:45 Ireland News latest RSS headlines - Irish

Almost five years ago as the parties fought it out in the Assembly election, the UUP, SDLP and TUV attempted to convince voters that the DUP and Sinn Fein were inextricably linked. The tactic failed, ...

Vice All News Time02 January 2016 18:42:45

Mystified and slightly disturbed by Irish American fundraising at Sinn Fein NYC dinner

11 November 2015 19:15:16 Ireland News latest RSS headlines - Irish

Sinn Fein gala dinner in Manhattan last Thursday night attended by around 700 people that raised some $400,000 for Gerry Adams and his party.What is this fatal attraction between wealthy Irish ...

Vice All News Time11 November 2015 19:15:16

Sinn Fein and DUP optimistic deal can be struck before end of week

10 November 2015 19:56:40 Ireland News latest RSS headlines - Irish

Sinn Fein has predicted that "we will know by the weekend" if there is a deal at Stormont as David Cameron met his Irish counterpart Enda Kenny at Downing Street. ...

Vice All News Time10 November 2015 19:56:40

Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams says $500-a-head party fundraising dinner wasn’t elitist for the people who were there

10 November 2015 19:27:14 Dublin News latest RSS headlines - Dublin

Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams has said the $500-a-head party fundraising dinner in New York last week "wasn't elitist for the people who were there." ...

Vice All News Time10 November 2015 19:27:14

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