Political Director and by-election candidate for Dublin Mid-West

Anne-Marie McNally is the party Spokesperson on Consumer Affairs and is a former community journalist and community development worker in Dublin.

Having obtained her primary degree in Accounting and Human Resources in 2002, Anne-Marie returned to Dublin City University in 2011 to undertake a Master’s degree in Political Communication where she obtained first class honours.

With over 15 years’ experience in political and public affairs, Anne-Marie helped found the SocDems because she believes they have the ambition, political will and policies to deliver a better, fairer Ireland.

 

“I’m involved in politics because I truly believe that when the right people are involved and are motivated for the right reasons then politics truly can make a difference in the quality of people’s lives”

“I’m involved in politics because I truly believe that when the right people are involved and are motivated for the right reasons then politics truly can make a difference in the quality of people’s lives”

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3 hours ago

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*update* 11:30am Irish Water have Palmerstown included in areas affected

As you’re probably aware, a BOIL WATER NOTICE has been issued for many areas of Dublin and Kildare and includes LUCAN & parts of Clondalkin.

There is some confusion about Palmerstown which is not officially listed but, to be honest, if you can, I’d err on the side of caution until this notice is withdrawn, and boil my water anywhere in Dublin Mid-West! Better safe than dodgy-tummy sorry!
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Lorraine Dingle maybe this is why finn and euan was vomiting?

24 hours ago

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4 days ago

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My little girl has loved this in previous years! Just the right amount of scares!Tickets now on sale
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My little girl has loved this in previous years! Just the right amount of scares!

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Would this be ok for Charlie and Maisie Amo ?

Yeah for sure!

5 days ago

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Really interesting discussion at the Rebuild the Silver bridge campaign meeting in Palmerstown last night! Super impressed by the passion for local history shown by the hosts. There is such a fascinating story behind this bridge & the imagery of the stone step pathway leading from it up towards Farmleigh was amazing! (The steps are still there, just overgrown!)

The challenge for us as a community now is to keep the pressure on public reps in order to restore the bridge & its surrounds as much as possible.
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Really interesting discussion at the Rebuild the Silver bridge campaign meeting in Palmerstown last night! Super impressed by the passion for local history shown by the hosts. There is such a fascinating story behind this bridge & the imagery of the stone step pathway leading from it up towards Farmleigh was amazing! (The steps are still there, just overgrown!)

The challenge for us as a community now is to keep the pressure on public reps in order to restore the bridge & its surrounds as much as possible.
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Writing on vulture funds tomorrow in @TheCurrency_ Have avoided returning to the topic for some time. But it is important that attention focuses on their tactics. Chatter about so called ‘cuckoo funds’ a mere distraction that is moving attention away from real area of concern.

NEW: Irish Water is being summoned to appear before Oireachtas Housing committee to explain to politicians why 600,000 people in the Greater Dublin Area have been left without safe drinking water.

Chair @NoelRock says: "We need to get to the bottom of it."

#BoilWaterNotice

4) There is also the fact that around €460 million was spent installing over 880,000 meters - now lying idle in the ground due to the abolition of water charges (leak detection never their main purpose). There were warnings to spend the money on the water system instead.

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