Mickey Brady MP
Ballybot born, Mickey Brady has championed the people of Newry all his working life. As the first project manager and worker for the Newry Welfare Rights Centre Mickey spent over 30 years fighting in the corner of the socially excluded and powerless.
First elected in 2007, Mickey has been a key part of the Sinn Féin team within the Assembly since then. In 2011 Mickey Brady successfully defended his Assembly seat and he currently sits on the Health, Social Service & Public Safety committee and is deputy chair of the Social Development committee. Mickey Brady is currently involved in scrutinizing the proposed legislative changes to the welfare system and how they will impact on the people of the North.
Mickey’s dedication to the people of Newry and Armagh is demonstrated by the popular advice clinics he holds throughout the constituency and by the numbers of constituents he meets in the Sinn Féin office on Patrick Street.