15 May 2024

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Galway City West candidate demands a halt to rising fuel prices

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Galway City West candidate demands a halt to rising fuel prices

Galway City West candidate Cathal Ó Conchúir says the two further price increases on fuel forecast for this year will have a detrimental effect on already stretched consumers.

The Sinn Féin candidate says the government shouldn’t approve any more price hikes in fuel in light of the recent price increases.

Conchúir Ó Conchúir believes the government should re-think the tax on fuels considering the cost of living crises.

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