Labour Party Mayor Challenges Gilmore to sack Reilly
Mayor of Fingal Cian O’Callaghan, the chairperson of the council in north Dublin, believes Gilmore must compel Dr Reilly to resign.
“The Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore TD must insist that the Minister for Health James Reilly TD resigns with immediate effect. The latest revelations show yet again that Minister Reilly is failing to reform our healthcare system in the best interests of the country,” he says.
“The wrong Minister in the Department of Health resigned last week. James Reilly has failed to deliver on key reforms regarding consultants pay, reducing the bill for generic drugs and rolling out free GP care for people with long term
Examine the achievements of both and you will observe Shortstaw achieved nothing whilst Reilly got scored two own goals. The best result would have been two resiginations.
T.D. Willie Penrose has described Róisín Shortall‘s resignation as “a warning shot” to the government.
Deputy Penrose, who himself resigned as a Labour Party Minister of State last year, over the closure of Columb Barracks in Mullingar, discussed Ms. Shortall’s decision on Midlands 103 last said
“This is a warning shot across the bows of Government, and especially to the Fine Gael element therein, that we are not there to be walked upon or to roll over,” he said.
Willie wake up there is no ammunition left in Mullingar
From The Champion
Anti-Zionist slogans have appeared along one of Sligo’s busiest roads.
In green and red ink, they were daubed on a wall at the entrance to steps beside Markievicz Road.
The steps lead up to Barrack Street, which overlooks the town.
The slogans call for a “Free Palestine” and “Zion Out.”
What the press missed further down the road was no asylum anywhere for Kenny
Roscommon County Council has been criticized for not taking seriously the health and safety of the people of Tibohine, after its decision to grant another waste facility permit at a site in the area.
Last month, the Council granted Biocore Environmental AD1 Limited a waste facility permit for 19,000 tons of waste. This was despite of objections raised by Tibohine residents, Tibohine Action Group, Tibohine Community Friends, AWN Consulting and the Inland Fisheries Ireland.
And I thought Roscommon was the wastelands