Mick Wallace It has developed to a point now that most people realise that Facebook are part of the problem, and will certainly… https://t.co/3nfxxmbiUY
Mick Wallace Might the so called 'Liberals' in Dail Eireann have a rethink on their decision to vote for the criminalization of… https://t.co/vv1uamLlp6
Mick Wallace Now that #NAMA's name is Muck, the Government are eager to wrap up & hope the problems go away with it. But we need… https://t.co/v4bCTP2sDr
Mick Wallace RT @gracedyas: I am on my way to Wexford Town for @NotAtHomeIre - women who have travelled for abortion are the only ones being silenced…

Finance

The Dáil resumed on Monday May 3rd after the Easter break. Speaking on Independent TD Thomas Pringle's motion on Residential Mortgage Debt, Mick argued that debt forgiveness had to be afforded to those who were in serious…

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On Wednesday April 6th, the Dáil heard statements on the Banks Reorganisation. This followed the publication of the stress test results on March 31st which announced that a further €24 billion will be put into AIB, Bank of…

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In his second speech of the day on Wednesday April 6th, Mick spoke on Deputy Richard Boyd Barrett’s motion for a referendum on the Bank Bail-out and EU-IMF Arrangement. This referendum would give the people of Ireland a ch…

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Following the publication of the second part of the Moriarty Report, the Dail devoted two days to statements on the matter before passing a motion calling on Independent TD Michael Lowry to resign his seat in the aftermath…

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Namaleaks is a project that seeks to uncover possible injustice and poor practice related to NAMA (National Asset Management Agency) and financial institutions in Ireland.

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