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  1. Statement from Brendan Howlin, Leader of the Labour Party Issued 28 November 2017 Labour leader Brendan Howlin today expressed his profound disappointment at news that the purchase of a new Wexford Campus site by the Institute of Technology Carlow has been …
  2. Statement on the resignation of Senator Denis Landy Issued 28 November 2017 Labour leader Brendan Howlin has today paid tribute to Denis Landy following the announcement of his resignation as a member of Seanad Éireann. Deputy Howlin said: “Denis …
  3. New Justice documents must be released Issued 25 November 2017 Labour Party Leader Brendan Howlin TD has called for the batch of documents provided to Fianna Fáil from the Department of Justice to be provided to all opposition parties, …
  4. Labour on election footing Issued 24 November 2017 Labour Party Leader, Brendan Howlin TD, at today’s meeting of the Labour Party Parliamentary Party, laid out the Labour Party’s plan for the possibility of a general …
  5. Labour calls on Minister for Justice and Equality to apologise to Dáil Éireann Issued 23 November 2017 Labour leader Brendan Howlin has today called on the Minister for Justice and Equality to apologise to Dáil Éireann for his failings and those of his Department to prevent …
  6. Taoiseach must correct Dáil record on Senior ODCE Garda position Issued 19 November 2017 Labour Party Leader Brendan Howlin TD has said that the Taoiseach should correct the Dáil record on the misleading information provided on the filling of the most senior …
  7. Howlin condemns jingoistic UK Sun editorial Issued 18 November 2017 Labour Party Leader Brendan Howlin TD has described a jingoistic editorial in the UK Sun newspaper condemning Taoiseach Leo Varadkar as ‘ignorant, bullying and ageist’. …
  8. Pillar of Social Rights must be backed by Government Action Issued 17 November 2017 With the proclamation today in Gothenburg of the European Pillar of Social Rights, Labour Party Leader Brendan Howlin has said that it must now be backed up by Government …
  9. Mixed signals on Brexit must come to a stop - Howlin Issued 17 November 2017 Labour Party leader and spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, Brendan Howlin TD, has expressed concern regarding mixed signals being sent by Leo Varadkar and his government on …
  10. Return of direct rule in the North coming at worst possible time - Howlin Issued 13 November 2017 Labour Party Leader and Spokesperson on Northern Ireland, Brendan Howlin TD, has said that the effective return of direct rule in the North is coming at the worst possible …
  11. A new democratic programme for a new generation Issued 10 November 2017 Address by Brendan Howlin, T.D. Leader of the Labour Party at the Labour Youth National Conference, Portlaoise, 10th November, 2017 Introduction Good evening. It’s an …
  12. Varadkar and Coveney need to get their stories straight on Brexit Issued 10 November 2017 Labour Leader Brendan Howlin has today called on Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Minister Simon Coveney to put an end to confusion over Brexit, and clearly outline the progress …
  13. Part time Detective Inspector for ODCE not good enough Issued 9 November 2017 Following questions to the Taoiseach in the Dáil it was confirmed to Labour Party Leader Brendan Howlin that the vacancy in a position of Garda Detective Inspector in the …
  14. Taoiseach's confidence on Brexit tough to explain- Howlin Issued 8 November 2017 Labour leader and party spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, Brendan Howlin TD, has queried the basis for the Taoiseach’s assertion that the Brexit talks could progress beyond …
  15. Lack of priority for staffing white collar crime investigations is shocking - Howlin Issued 5 November 2017 Labour Party Leader Brendan Howlin TD, has said it is shocking that both the Gardaí and the Government have failed to fill positions in the Office of the Director of …
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