Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Robert Troy, has welcomed the no-deal Brexit enterprise funding secured in Budget 2020 but said there has been insufficient progress to enhance financial incentives for SME’s and to improve competitiveness. Deputy Troy explained, “My party engaged in a series of pre-budget discussions to ensure that enterprise funding was put in place for a no-deal Brexit scenario. While a €110m fund will be made available, Minister Humphreys must immediately clarify the exact mix of grant aid, equity or loans contained in it for impacted...Read more
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.