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Who is Eoin O Broins?

Who is Eoin O Broins?

Eoin Ó Broin

Eoin Ó Broin TD
Born 1972 Cabinteely, Dublin, Ireland
Nationality Irish
Political party Sinn Féin
Domestic partner Lynn Boylan

Is Lynn Boylan married?

Eoin Ó Broinm. 2008
Lynn Boylan/Spouse

Who is Lynn Boylan husband?

Lynn Boylan/Husband
Personal life. Boylan is the partner of Eoin Ó Broin, who has been the Sinn Féin TD for Dublin Mid-West since 2016. They live in Clondalkin, South Dublin.

What does Byrne mean in Irish?

descendant of
Irish: Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Broin ‘descendant of Bran’, a personal name based on bran ‘raven’. Bran was the name of a son of the King of Leinster, who died at Cologne in 1052, and also of the hero of an 8th century voyage tale.

What constituency is Lucan in?

Dublin Mid-West (Dáil constituency)

Dublin Mid-West
Constituencies in County Dublin; Dublin Mid-West is at the bottom left, coloured purple.
Major settlements Clondalkin Lucan Rathcoole Saggart
Current constituency
Created 2002

Is Byrne a Catholic or Protestant?

OUTSPOKEN actor Gabriel Byrne has launched a stinging attack on the Catholic Church and described it as a “force for evil”. The veteran Hollywood star had a strict Catholic upbringing in Dublin and spent five years in seminary training to be a priest.

Is Byrnes Irish or Scottish?

The most common meaning of Byrne (variations: Burns, Byrn, Byrnes, O’Byrne) is a surname derived from the Irish name Ó Broin. The less common family name is Ó Beirn or Ó Beirne, which comes from a different Sept or family and is most commonly found in Mayo, Sligo and Donegal in the Northwest of Ireland.

What constituency is Cabra?

Dublin Central (Dáil constituency)

Dublin Central
Dáil Constituency
Constituencies in County Dublin; Dublin Central is at the centre.
Major settlements Cabra Dublin (north inner city) Drumcondra Phibsborough
Current constituency

What constituency is churchtown in?

Dublin Rathdown (Dáil constituency)

Dublin Rathdown
County Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown
Major settlements Ballinteer Churchtown Clonskeagh Dundrum Stillorgan
Current constituency
Created 2016

What is O’Brien in Irish?

The surname O’Brien is ‘O’Briain’ in Irish, meaning descendant of Brian (Boru). The name means ‘exalted one’ or ’eminence’. It is among the ten most frequently found in Ireland and derives from the 10th century King of Ireland, Brian Boru.

What is a Scottish burn?

In local usage, a burn is a kind of watercourse. The term applies to a large stream or a small river. The word is used in Scotland and England (especially North East England) and in parts of Ulster, Australia and New Zealand.

What does BYNE mean?

noun. 1. Malt. Help us improve our definitions, add your own or improve one of these for the word byne as a noun.

When was Eoin O Broin elected to Dublin County Council?

In 2013, Ó Broin was co-opted by Sinn Féin onto South Dublin County Council to represent Clondalkin local electoral area, after sitting councillor Matthew McDonagh resigned his seat. In the 2016 general election, he topped the poll in the Dublin Mid-West constituency with 22.7% of the first preference votes, and was elected on the first count.

Who is Eoin O Broin partner in Sinn Fein?

Home was generally well-received by critics in Ireland. Housing proved one of the key issues in the 2020 Irish general election and factored into Sinn Féin’s significant gains in the voting. Ó Broin is the partner of Lynn Boylan, a Sinn Féin Senator.

Where did Micheal O Broin go to college?

Ó Broin is from Cabinteely near Dún Laoghaire in County Dublin, and was educated in Blackrock College. He holds a degree in Cultural Studies from the University of East London and an MA in Irish Politics from Queens University Belfast. Ó Broin was elected to Belfast City Council in 2001, stepping down in 2004.