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  • Thomas speaks on Coillte Motion – Thomas Pringle TD
    reveals Pat The Cope s short term memory loss over controversial role as FF Minister for the Marine Biomass in Donegal Local supply and local demand driving job creation Home Dáil Debates Thomas speaks on Coillte Motion Thomas speaks on Coillte Motion By admin Tweet Pin It Updated 27th February 2013 Recorded on 27th February 2013 Thomas speaks on harvesting rights to national forests and his opposition to sell Coillte harvesting rights Be Sociable Share Previous Story Thomas speaking on Finance Bill Next Story Thomas speaks on HSE Governance Bill About admin Contact Info Killybegs Constituency Office Connolly House Bridge Street Killybegs Co Donegal 074 97 41880 thomas pringle oir ie Latest News Look out for my General Election 2016 newsletter February 11 2016 12 59 pm DONEGAL NOW Donegal TD reveals Minister Lynch will not meet with Save Our St Joseph s Campaign February 11 2016 11 24 am DONEGAL NOW Calls on Burton to provide additional funding for community services programmes February 11 2016 11 23 am HIGHLAND RADIO Pringle claims other alternative energy projects will benefit Donegal more February 11 2016 11 21 am Pringle reveals Pat The Cope s short term memory loss over controversial role

    Original URL path: http://www.thomaspringle.ie/2013/02/27/thomas-speaks-on-coillte-motion/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Thomas speaking on Finance Bill – Thomas Pringle TD
    more Pringle reveals Pat The Cope s short term memory loss over controversial role as FF Minister for the Marine Biomass in Donegal Local supply and local demand driving job creation Home Dáil Debates Thomas speaking on Finance Bill Thomas speaking on Finance Bill By admin Tweet Pin It Updated 21st February 2013 Recorded on 20th February 2013 watch me speaking on the Finance Bill in the Dáil Be Sociable Share Previous Story Thomas speaks on Promissory Notes Arrrangements Motion Next Story Thomas speaks on Coillte Motion About admin Contact Info Killybegs Constituency Office Connolly House Bridge Street Killybegs Co Donegal 074 97 41880 thomas pringle oir ie Latest News Look out for my General Election 2016 newsletter February 11 2016 12 59 pm DONEGAL NOW Donegal TD reveals Minister Lynch will not meet with Save Our St Joseph s Campaign February 11 2016 11 24 am DONEGAL NOW Calls on Burton to provide additional funding for community services programmes February 11 2016 11 23 am HIGHLAND RADIO Pringle claims other alternative energy projects will benefit Donegal more February 11 2016 11 21 am Pringle reveals Pat The Cope s short term memory loss over controversial role as FF Minister

    Original URL path: http://www.thomaspringle.ie/2013/02/21/thomas-speaking-on-finance-bill/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Thomas speaks on Garda Dáil Motion to reverse cuts and closures – Thomas Pringle TD
    Pat The Cope s short term memory loss over controversial role as FF Minister for the Marine Biomass in Donegal Local supply and local demand driving job creation Home Dáil Debates Thomas speaks on Garda Dáil Motion to reverse cuts and closures Thomas speaks on Garda Dáil Motion to reverse cuts and closures By admin Tweet Pin It Updated 31st January 2013 Be Sociable Share Previous Story Thomas speaks on Bill to introduce mandatory requirements to schools when dealing with bullying Next Story Thomas speaks on Promissory Notes Arrrangements Motion About admin Contact Info Killybegs Constituency Office Connolly House Bridge Street Killybegs Co Donegal 074 97 41880 thomas pringle oir ie Latest News Look out for my General Election 2016 newsletter February 11 2016 12 59 pm DONEGAL NOW Donegal TD reveals Minister Lynch will not meet with Save Our St Joseph s Campaign February 11 2016 11 24 am DONEGAL NOW Calls on Burton to provide additional funding for community services programmes February 11 2016 11 23 am HIGHLAND RADIO Pringle claims other alternative energy projects will benefit Donegal more February 11 2016 11 21 am Pringle reveals Pat The Cope s short term memory loss over controversial role

    Original URL path: http://www.thomaspringle.ie/2013/01/31/thomas-speaks-on-garda-dail-motion-to-reverse-cuts-and-closures/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Thomas speaks on Bill to introduce mandatory requirements to schools when dealing with bullying – Thomas Pringle TD
    The Cope s short term memory loss over controversial role as FF Minister for the Marine Biomass in Donegal Local supply and local demand driving job creation Home Dáil Debates Thomas speaks on Bill to introduce mandatory requirements to schools when dealing with bullying Thomas speaks on Bill to introduce mandatory requirements to schools when dealing with bullying By admin Tweet Pin It Updated 23rd January 2013 Be Sociable Share Previous Story Watch Thomas speak on Donegal burglaries Next Story Thomas speaks on Garda Dáil Motion to reverse cuts and closures About admin Contact Info Killybegs Constituency Office Connolly House Bridge Street Killybegs Co Donegal 074 97 41880 thomas pringle oir ie Latest News Look out for my General Election 2016 newsletter February 11 2016 12 59 pm DONEGAL NOW Donegal TD reveals Minister Lynch will not meet with Save Our St Joseph s Campaign February 11 2016 11 24 am DONEGAL NOW Calls on Burton to provide additional funding for community services programmes February 11 2016 11 23 am HIGHLAND RADIO Pringle claims other alternative energy projects will benefit Donegal more February 11 2016 11 21 am Pringle reveals Pat The Cope s short term memory loss over controversial

    Original URL path: http://www.thomaspringle.ie/2013/01/23/thomas-speaks-on-bill-to-introduce-mandatory-requirements-to-schools-when-dealing-with-bullying/ (2016-02-16)
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  • €450k to Research EU Fish Discards Policy Impact – Thomas Pringle TD
    be extended to certain whitefish species from the 1st of January 2016 and will be fully phased in by the 1st of January 2019 The phasing in period gives fishermen time to adjust and implement changes that will allow for the avoidance of unwanted catches The pelagic discard plan which came into effect this year was developed through the regional decision making process introduced by the new CFP Ireland worked with fellow Member States in the North Western Waters Group Belgium France the Netherlands Spain and the UK on finalising the plan The Group also worked closely with the Pelagic Advisory Council involving stakeholders The preparation of the Discard Plan for whitefish species was carried out during the period of Ireland s chairmanship of the North Western Waters Group January to June 2015 The Member States worked closely with the North Western Waters Advisory Council representatives of which attended each meeting of the North Western Waters Member States Group since Ireland assumed the Chair The ban on discarding which covers all of the waters around Ireland and the Channel will apply to the prawn nephrops fishery in all waters the whiting fishery in the Celtic Sea and the haddock fishery in the Irish Sea and in the North West area from the 1st January 2016 The landing obligation will be rolled out to other fisheries in the years leading up to 2019 when it will apply to all stocks The Irish industry has been kept fully informed throughout this process through the Discards Implementation Group chaired by Dr Noel Cawley I established this Group to allow the Irish fishing industry to be fully prepared for and engaged in the implementation of the discards ban Agreement on the discard plan for 2016 provides the Discards Implementation Group with a clear blueprint

    Original URL path: http://www.thomaspringle.ie/2015/07/07/e450k-to-research-eu-fish-discards-policy-impact/ (2016-02-16)
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  • No Support for Recreational Blue Fin Tuna – Thomas Pringle TD
    quota shares were allocated in 1998 to Member States based on track record Ireland which did not have a track record of fishing for bluefin tuna does not have a quota My Department has made enquiries with the EU Commission and t he unequivocal advice we have received is that a recreational fishery for bluefin tuna is not legally possible in the absence of a national bluefin tuna quota We do not have such a quota and it is extremely unlikely that we could obtain one as it would involve reducing the share of the Total Allowable Catch of those EU Member States that do have quota and for whom bluefin is an important commercial fishery Ireland cannot make an application directly to ICCAT as it is the EU and not individual Member States which are members of that body Norway obviously is not a member of the EU and so it can make its case directly to ICCAT A tag and release programme that would not impact on mortality and would contribute to the overall scientific knowledge of this species is an option that may be possible A case would have to be made in the first instance at EU level and only if successful there could it be pursued at EU level with ICCAT Careful consideration needs to be given to how a case can be put together to reassure our EU colleagues that there would not be any negative impact on the stock The Department of Communications Energy and Natural Resources which has responsibility for angling is currently examining a proposal from the Irish Big Game Angling Association and I expect to receive its response shortly My Department will continue to liaise closely with DCENR and relevant stakeholders on this matter to consider who would be in

    Original URL path: http://www.thomaspringle.ie/2015/07/07/no-support-for-recreational-blue-fin-tuna/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Asylum Seekers Given Little Time to Find Rental Accommodation – Thomas Pringle TD
    to finality That is to say they remain in RIA accommodation until such time as they are either removed from the State or are granted some form of status allowing them to stay in the State The Direct Provision system is the mechanism through which the State provides for the basic needs of asylum seekers Full board accommodation and ancillary supports are provided across all direct provision centres RIA currently operates 34 accommodation centres across the State with 4 574 residents Further details can be found on the RIA website at www ria gov ie Approximately 480 persons who have permission to remain in the State remain in RIA accommodation and this is directly related in most cases to the acute shortage of rental accommodation Based on experience in previous years this number will reduce over the summer months as residents source private accommodation following the end of the school year for their children Once a RIA resident has been granted some form of status allowing them remain in the State they are then in a position to apply for a range of social welfare supports including rent supplement or Housing Assistance Payments where those apply Naturally there is a lead in time for such persons during which they register for appropriate supports including sourcing their own accommodation outside of the direct provision system arranging school placements for their children and linking with any specialist medical or other supports at their new address In addition to the time taken to resolve these issues the availability of accommodation in the private rented sector and rates of rent may impact on the lead in time for residents moving on from direct provision accommodation Once RIA is aware that some form of status has been granted the resident is written to notifying them

    Original URL path: http://www.thomaspringle.ie/2015/07/07/asylum-seekers-given-little-time-to-find-rental-accommodation/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Dept Claims of Recent Spike in Immigration Questionable – Thomas Pringle TD
    are coming to Ireland in a recent spike in immigration numbers the number who are seeking asylum and of those seeking asylum their nationalities the number who were persons who were refused permission to enter the country and turned away the reason this would be putting pressure on public and immigration services and if she will make a statement on the matter Thomas Pringle REPLY I assume the Deputy is referring to the increase in asylum applications in 2015 to date compared with the same period last year 1 147 new asylum applications were received to the end of May this year compared with 492 for this period in 2014 On average 230 applications have been received per month in 2015 The top five source countries for applications in 2015 are Pakistan Bangladesh Albania Nigeria and Malawi These countries account for almost 70 of the applications received to end May The sharpest increases relate to applications from Pakistani and Bangladeshi nationals In accordance with the Refugee Act 1996 as amended asylum applicants may make an asylum application at the frontier of the State and are given permission to enter and remain in the country pending the final outcome of their application Sharp increases in asylum applications such as those experienced in the last 12 months puts pressure on all areas of the system including the protection processing and appeal bodies the Direct Provision system which provides bed board and ancillary services to asylum seekers and health and welfare services Be Sociable Share Previous Story Pringle Calls on Minister to Boost Killybegs Harbour Next Story Asylum Seekers Given Little Time to Find Rental Accommodation Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment About admin Contact Info Killybegs Constituency Office

    Original URL path: http://www.thomaspringle.ie/2015/07/07/dept-claims-of-recent-spike-in-immigration-questionable/ (2016-02-16)
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