Solidarity – People Before Profit’s (S-PBP) manifesto offers a wide array of promises from free public transport to a rent freeze and is one of the few that covers issues related to third-level education.
The figures obtained from GPs and shared by Donnelly reveal that 69,836 patients were cut from waiting lists as part of a “validation exercise” after staff inquired that they were “ready, willing, suitable and available” to attend.
Following major opposition from students around Ireland, Fianna Fail has sent an open letter to Student Unions’ around Ireland last Friday stating, “Fianna Fail will now no longer include the proposal of the student loan programme in our election manifesto.”
Gender quotas are set to become reality in the next general election in a bid to increase the numbers of female representatives – Fianna Fáil Senator Averil Power and Local Area Rep Laura Reid discussed this on a recent trip to DCU.
Almost 1,000 people have signed a petition aimed at getting level 8 degree courses in Ballyfermot College recognized by the Irish grant system. Ballyfermot’s BA in Media Production Management is awarded through DCU and so
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson for Education, TD Charlie McConalogue said opposing the student registration fee will not make the problem of third level funding go away. In an interview with The College View last week, he
DCU Ógra Fianna Fail are the biggest political society in DCU after more than doubling their membership this year. DCU Ógra FF (Pádraig Pearse DCU Cumann) recruited 53 members during the two sign up days,