Michael’s address to the Dail on NAMA

Published on Monday, 01 March 2010 12:07

Government of the people, for the people, by the people, these are the immortal words of Abraham Lincon.  What the NAMA legislation represents is Government of the developers, for the banks, by Fianna Fail and the Greens.  It gives me no pleasure whatsoever to speak on this legislation.   The country as a whole has been devalued by the despicable behaviour of a few.  While it's easy to accuse the developers of the greater part of this debacle, in my view, it was the bankers.   There were a number of telling signs that we had gone off …

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Taxation Commission proposals will cost dearly, D’Arcy warns

Published on Monday, 01 March 2010 12:06

Proposals from the Commission on Taxation for a significant overhaul of the tax system will result in a raft of new taxes and no-one should think otherwise.  That's according to Fine Gael Deputy Michael D'Arcy who says the proposals are being touted as ‘cost neutral' but are anything but.  “Nobody should believe that” he says.   The proposals, published on Monday in the report from the Commsion, has recommended the taxation of child benefit, the introduction of domestic water charges, an end to tax relief for nursing home expenses an

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D’arcy Welcomes Establishment of a Dedicated Garda Drugs Unit

Published on Friday, 19 February 2010 12:05

The establishment of a dedicated Garda drugs unit for County Wexford is broadly welcomed by FG TD Michael D'Arcy. “The need for such a dedicated unit, to operate right across the county, has been patently obvious for some time,” Deputy D'Arcy said.  “There isn't a town, village or small community that hasn't been affected by the scourge of drugs,” he said.  “Drug pushers are operating right across this county and the public's perception is that they are operating with impunity.  Hopefully this special drugs squad will be success …

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Decision to axe Cervical Cancer Vaccination Programme ‘shameful’ – D’Arcy

Published on Friday, 06 November 2009 11:44

Continuing it's tradition of announcing things only to withdraw them down the line (e.g. reducing class sizes, medical cards for over ‘70s) the Government is to scrap its plan to vaccinate teenage girls against cervical cancer. The move has angered Wexford Fine Gael T.D. Michael D'Arcy who says the announcement to introduce the programme was only made in August “and here we are a scant two months later and it's been withdrawn.  It's shameful.” “There might be some justification for cancelling the programme if the savings to be made …

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Disabled an easy target for Government in knee-jerk cut-backs move

Published on Thursday, 04 June 2009 11:41

“In seeking ways to slash  spending as the country heads into an economic downturn the Government has fixed on an easy target in deciding to cut budgets by 1% to providers of care to those with intellectual disability.”  So says Fine Gael Deputy Michael D'Arcy who believes the cut in vital funding to the sector will badly affect service providers and users throughout county Wexford.   “It's hitting the most vulnerable people and those in the voluntary sector who provide valuable services on shoestring budgets.”  “It's a deeply cy …

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No political will to get commuters moving as ‘park and ride’ parked on the long finger

Published on Thursday, 16 April 2009 11:36

Getting commuters out of their cars and into and out of the centre of Dublin faster is achievable but the political will to break the traffic deadlock  isn't there.  That's the conclusion reached by Fine Gael Deputy Michael D'Arcy who says he's surprised by the Minister for Transport's laissez faire attitude to a problem that affects so many every day. Raising the matter of extra park and ride facilities for commuters coming into the city in the Dail recently, Deputy D'Arcy said that commuters, fed up of sitting in their cars making little …

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Generations of Public Service

michael darcy Did you know Michael Darcy Senior (Michael's Father) has served as a public representative for North Wexford and Fine Gael since the 70's, playing a huge part in various projects and amenities.

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