Mick Wallace And just as much of the mainstream media were happy to go along with the lies used to justify the illegal Iraq war,… https://t.co/2LdyaPJHjN
Mick Wallace So good. Doesn't get much better than that... https://t.co/XfkcFRryc6
Mick Wallace So many media outlets today are shaping the news to suit their agenda, or someone else's, rather than just giving i… https://t.co/wIVjCa6PuG
Mick Wallace Why do @rtenews keep quoting British funded 'Syrian Observatory',a group working for Regime Change in #Syria -… https://t.co/zulb0xNWLF

Education

To ask the Minister for Education and Skills if he will consider the case of a small school (details supplied) in County Wexford which is due to lose one of its teachers despite having 87 children on roll; and if he will m…

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Following the decision by the Department of Education to further cut resources for children with special needs, Mick along with other Deputies raised the issue with the Minister. The cuts affect Scoil Mhuire N.S in Coolcot…

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In an exchange with Minister for Education Ruairi Quinn, Deputy Wallace outlines his stance on transition year in secondary schools. You can watch the discussion from October 9th here where the Deputy makes the point that…

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On Wednesday, September 19th Deputy Wallace discussed public sector allowances with the Minister for Education Ruairi Quinn and Deputies Charlie McConalogue and Mary Lou McDonald in a topical issue debate. Deputy Wallace m…

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namaleaks

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