Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Robert Troy, has slammed the disgraceful delay in finding a solution to allowing asylum seekers to obtain driving licences. Deputy Troy first raised the right of asylum seekers to obtain a driving licence back in September 2018 with Minister Ross and impressed upon him the need to assist asylum seekers to integrate. Over a year later no action has been taken and the Minster has said the matter is still under consideration.
-Only 1% of businesses trading with UK have attended customs workshops-
-Just 11% of €600million Brexit loan funds sanctioned to date-Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Robert Troy TD, has said the latest Brexit business support figures released to him are very worrying and should be a cause of great concern for the Government. Deputy Troy said that despite Government Ministers continuously referencing the Brexit loan...