Tag Archives: MEP

Phil Prendergast MEP is touting for votes on gay dating app Grindr

Phil Prendergast, Labour MEP for Ireland South, is touting for an auld scratch at the ballot box for the upcoming European elections on Grindr. What is Grindr? It is basically the most popular dating app for gay men in Ireland. … Continue reading

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Gay Mitchell MEP slams homophobic laws in Uganda and Nigeria (video)

Gay Mitchell spoke at the EU-ACP Joint Parliamentary Assembly, about recent laws in Uganda and Nigeria that punish homosexuality. The ACP–EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly is made up of  MEP’s and the elected representatives of the African, Caribbean and Pacific states (“ACP countries”) … Continue reading

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Former MEP Kathy Sinnott needs 3.5 million prayers for a project

Gabrielle Monaghan has an interesting story with unintentionally humourous quotes from former MEP Kathy Sinnott in todays Sunday Times. Political loons may remember Kathy Sinnott as a former politician. She represented the old Ireland South constituency in Ireland in the European Parliament from 2004 to 2009. She also ran … Continue reading

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No mention of Labour on Emer Costello’s posters!

Today Labour delegates at a special convention in Liberty Hall endorsed Emer Costello the former Lord Mayor of Dublin as their only candidate in Dublin for the upcoming European elections in May. Costello is a sitting MEP. She replaced Proinsias … Continue reading

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Labour Pains – Full list of elected Labour Party member resignations.

To lose one may be regarded as a misfortune; lose two or three looks like carelessness, to lose over thirty since the 2011 General Election is political suicide. Five have have resigned or retired because of personal or work reasons. … Continue reading

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