Mick Wallace The Government paid the 'not for profit' Charity Pobal 14.5m for work in 2016 - But don't think there's any need… https://t.co/BcSX1pWtiq
Mick Wallace New #Garda Whistleblower has been badly treated - Two Garda Commissioners gone, Two Justice Ministers, Two Secretar… https://t.co/vrK46iF5by
Mick Wallace RT @Tim_Hayward_: Robert Fisk in The Independent highlights what Western media coverage of Ghouta horrors conceals. https://t.co/ivyjC0uiMU
Mick Wallace So #RBS 's "SME customers were poorly served by GRG" - Can we now expect the Irish Central Bank to take a closer l… https://t.co/PmddtP5rdU


The Justice Quirke redress scheme which applies to women who worked in Magdalene Laundries should also be available to the residents of the Summerhill Laundry in Wexford town. In a parliamentary question, Mick asked the Mi…

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On Tuesday, May 21st, 2013, statements were made on the issuing of fixed ticket charges and exercise of Garda discretion. Below is a copy of Minister Alan Shatter's main statement followed by Mick's response. You can view…

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On Friday, May 3rd 2013 Deputy Thomas Pringle put forward the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) (Amendment) Bill 2013 in the Dail. In his response to the Bill, Mick urges the Government not to adopt the Bill as it will go fur…

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On Tuesday, February 19th the Taoiseach apologised, on behalf of the state, to all those who had suffered in the state ran Magdelen Laundries. It was an emotional evening in the Dail as survivors of the Laundries watched f…

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