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

Health

The Health Service Plan 2012 was debated in the Dáil on February 2nd. The Plan outlines how the HSE will spend their budget for the coming year, indicating cuts to certain services. The loss of 3,500 staff due to early ret…

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The mental health services motion was before the Dáil on November 16th. The motion was put forward by Technical Group member Maureen O'Sullivan TD. In supporting the motion Mick got an opportunity to address the issue of m…

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On Tuesday November 8th, Mick questioned Minister for Health James Reilly on his plans to implement the European Court of Human Rights judgment in the A, B and C case committed to by the Government at the UN Human Rights C…

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On Tuesday October 25th, Deputy Joe Higgins put forward a Dáil motion on Health Services Delivery. Following an amendment made by the Government on Wednesday, Mick joined the debate drawing references from the current heal…

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namaleaks

THE TRUTH IS COMING....

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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