Mick Wallace RT @cuffejohn: @wallacemick Last Mayo leader with balls. Spoke Latin to Queen Elizabeth 1 in London too. Didn’t back down...ever
Mick Wallace Mayo born in 1530, Grace O Malley, an Irish Warrior who fought for Irish Independence against the English Crown, is… https://t.co/aPzCpxwSOb
Mick Wallace Would our Government prefer to protect the interests of Diagio and Heineken Big Business or help small indigenous I… https://t.co/zOIZWeoQLO
Mick Wallace Not many dry eyes in the San Siro as Napoli and Inter players embrace for an emotional tribute to Davide Astori... https://t.co/oAWQfnQu5i


Still no proper explanation as to why a request for new oyster sites at Bannow Bay has taken so long, Mick.   (click on link below) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJcSb53WJwE  …

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On April 17th 2013, Mick's submitted a topical issue regarding the use of Neonicotinoids; pesticides which are having a major influence on the falling bee population. In his contribution, Mick points to scientific research…

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A Private Members Motion on Agriculture was moved in the Dail on October 9th by Deputy Éamón O'Cuív.  In his address Deputy Wallace highlighted the inequalities of the single farm payment scheme which favours larger farmer…

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Mick spoke in the Dáil on Wednesday, November 25th on the fishing industry. Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney was in the chamber to debate the issue with the House. The fishing industry is an area which Mick is intere…

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