Anything Good In ‘The Parliament’?




Childers warns in a letter seen by the Parliament Magazine dated 1 September, that appointing someone with [prospective EU Commissioner for Ireland Phil] Hogan’s profile would, “send a very ominous signal to those who suffer and fight discrimination”.

EU parliament told of ‘serious reservations’ over Irish commission nominee (The Parliament)

Simon K writes:

“The first complaint to be brought to the attention of MEPs on the 28 soon-to-be-elected Commissioners has been for our own Phil Hogan. MEPs will vote on the 28 new Commissioners this month. We’ll see how that plays out….”

Previously: Everything EU Needed To Know About Phil

Big Phil’s Big Fat Gypsy Prejudice

Turning The Story On Its Head

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25 thoughts on “Anything Good In ‘The Parliament’?

  1. Tom Joad

    Childers is not a politician I take seriously. She got elected on transfers by people who recognised her name but knew little about who she is or what she stands for. I watched her in the euro election debates and her contribution was derisory.

    1. Clampers Outside!

      Whatever about Childers and her lack or not of party loyalties or her being a self serving political careerist, you gotta say ‘hear, hear’ on this action of hers…. that many would agree with.

  2. Jessica

    What about his 6 new staff that will earn at least €150,000 each per year??? Jobs for FG boys & Girls in Brussels..

  3. Frilly Keane, Anyone?

    Although it kills me I have ta say it.

    Mairead MuckGimmess would’a been a far more sensible nominee.

    There has never been a more barefaced jobs for the boys stroke.

    But since Hogan is so far out of his depth it actually might be entertaining to watch. Although witnessing the ape contest and lose his Carlow /Kilkenny throne would’ve been better.

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