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Wednesday 30 Apr 2014

With voting still more than three weeks away, Nessa Childers, independent MEP, is delivering an insightful newsletter throughout Dublin.
In it, Ms Childers touches on the highlights of her five-year European Parliament term – including her drive to implement an EU-wide bankers’ tax, as well as her high-profile exposure of the controversial IFSC lobby group. Mental health, tobacco and the environment are all also specialist areas that the politician cites as being of particular interest to her and her work.
‘My role is independent of government and political establishments – to ensure decision-makers are held accountable,’ Ms Childers reminds the electorate.
Ms Childers, who hopes to be re-elected for another five-year term in the May 23 elections, further details her policy priorities: disability rights and access to a quality healthcare; renegotiating our national debt; renewable energy, and a proper social welfare system for all.
Ms Childers currently lives in Clonskeagh. You can see the full newsletter here: link