Denis Naughten has described the impact of flooding on local homes and businesses after the severe rainfall as a result of Storm Desmond as “devastating”. “Since the last serious flooding in 2009 we have had some remedial works, and these are welcome, but many more were postponed pending the completion of consultants’ reports and the CFRAMS flood study,” stated Denis …
Of the 451 sex offenders released from prison in the three years up to the end of 2015, just 73 – or one in six – have availed of a treatment programme which could reduce the risk of reoffending, reveals Denis Naughten TD.“At present the voluntary Building Better Lives treatment programme is only available at Arbour Hill, prison which is …
Failure to implement sham marriage law prevented Irish people marrying
Denis Naughten TD has welcomed moves to address the prohibition on Irish citizens marrying a spouse from outside the EU, following the introduction of a temporary solution.
Local TD Denis Naughten has urged people to support their local town by shopping locally and supporting local jobs this Saturday 5th December. The objective by small local businesses across the country is to let consumers know that if they shop local, then they support local jobs and businesses.
Denis Naughten TD has welcomed the comments by High Court Judge, Mr Justice Tony O’Connor, who described mental health services in County Roscommon as being in “a crisis situation”.
Failure to implement sham marriage law preventing Irish people marrying
Denis Naughten TD has called on the Tánaiste in the Dáil to directly intervene to ensure that all Irish citizens can avail of their constitutional right to get married, following a hold up in the implementation of the new law on sham marriages.
Of the 451 sex offenders released from prison in the three years up to the end of 2015, just 73 – or one in six – have availed of a treatment programme which could reduce the risk of reoffending, reveals Denis Naughten TD. “At present the voluntary Building Better Lives treatment programme is only available at Arbour Hill, prison which …
Denis Naughten TD has condemned the European Commission for doing a deal with the backs which will see them collect an additional €230m in bank charges across Europe in the run up to Christmas.
Denis Naughten TD has warned that the imposition of the EU’s ‘Economic Partnership Agreements’ will cause chaos and instability throughout Africa forcing a further wave of migration, which has already led to a humanitarian crisis in the Mediterranean.
The delay in issuing 36,219 farm payments at an estimated value of €135.26m has is “placing undue financial hardship on families”, according to Denis Naughten TD.