Ursula von der Leyen should not put forward "flyer" arguments, Fine Gael MEP Sean Kelly said.
A confident Sean Kelly has sent a warning shot to those set to be elected to Europe in the coming days that they have to "work for Ireland" and not spend their time "spoofing".
A first round result in the Ireland South elections is not expected until at least midnight with the lengthy ballot papers causing significant delays.
Post-election legal action, drinking with Nigel Farage, a brother involved in anti-Government protests, EU broadband funding demands — oh, and the little matter of the Ireland South MEP race. Fiachra Ó Cionnaith meets Fine Gael’s Sean Kelly.
A new database will make crucial information available to 27 member-states including data on people who have two passports.
European Parliament lead negotiator on the Free Trade Agreement with Singapore, Seán Kelly MEP, has welcomed the recent signature of the EU-Singapore trade deal.
MEP Seán Kelly has called on Fine Gael to reconsider allowing a candidate to contest the presidency as he reiterated his desire to run for the Áras.
Former GAA president Seán Kelly has called on the association’s hierarchy to prioritise the upgrading of county grounds to ensure the Newbridge saga never repeats itself.
Clocks go back one hour tonight.
A British exit from the EU would lead to job losses and trade decline in Ireland, Fine Gael MEP Sean Kelly has said.
The Irish Council Against Blood Sports has accused three Fine Gael MEPs of “turning a blind eye to the appalling cruelty of bullfighting”.
MEP Seán Kelly will represent the European Parliament at the UN Climate Conference in Paris in December that hopes to reach an historic global agreement to combat global warming.
Irish legend Sean Kelly believes Dan Martin can win “more than one stage” at the Tour de France which starts Saturday in The Netherlands.
This is the principal’s office but not as you know it or him.
Former GAA president Seán Kelly says the Association must prioritise the state of the All-Ireland senior football championship and scrap their plans for a calendar year.
Sean Kelly thinks it would be "a disaster" for the GAA to run off all its fixtures in the one calendar year.
Fears are growing for the safety of a Cork college student, a woman was injured during a water protest, and Raheem Sterling was apparently filmed inhaling the legal high nitrous oxide. These are some of the latest and most read news stories on irishexaminer.com this morning.
Former GAA President Sean Kelly believes rugby and soccer internationals will return to Croke Park when the IRFU and FAI’s 10-year exclusive tie-in with the Aviva Stadium expires.
Former GAA President Sean Kelly claims clubs and counties haven’t grasped the full extent of the ash dieback problem and its potential impact on hurling.
The belief that the GAA is a fertile training ground for politics seems to ring true for a former president of the country’s biggest sporting organisation, Sean Kelly.
Labour has snubbed offers of an informal voting pact in next month’s European elections between the Coalition parties despite pledges of support from Fine Gael candidates.
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