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A customs and trade relationship with Britain that is "close to the status quo" is still possible, Leo Varadkar said yesterday as he travelled to... [Read More]
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The taoiseach has said the cost of the clean-up and repairs from Storm Ophelia will not be enough to qualify for solidarity funding from the... [Read More]
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Ireland will face resistance from its European neighbours when it asks for assistance after extreme weather events in future if it does not take climate... [Read More]
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Fianna Fáil has been called on to reject the forthcoming social welfare bill unless it contains measures to reverse a pension cut that mainly affects... [Read More]
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Defying public warnings and putting the lives of emergency service workers at risk could result in a prison sentence of up to 12 years under... [Read More]
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Leo Varadkar insisted the government had been prepared for Storm Ophelia after criticism of the pace of its response. The taoiseach chaired three meetings of... [Read More]
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Ministers will consider a memo at cabinet this morning containing an initial assessment of the cost and damage caused by the biggest storm in history... [Read More]
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Violent sex offenders are to be monitored with electronic tags after their release under new laws expected to be signed off by cabinet in the... [Read More]
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The political standards watchdog has been asked to review the €5 million in funding that has been allocated to the government's new "spin unit".Brendan Howlin... [Read More]
A hard border could be created around Northern Ireland after Brexit even if the UK initially agreed a soft border with the European Union, British... [Read More]
The government has defend the budget against claims that it did not do enough to resolve the housing crisis and contained socially unjust measures. The... [Read More]
The taoiseach has been forced to deny handpicking the head of the government's controversial new "spin unit".Leo Varadkar came under attack for hiring John Conc... [Read More]
The government has been criticised for allocating €5 million to its strategic communications unit — denounced as a "cheerleading machine" — in its budget, despi... [Read More]
Fianna Fáil was forced to defend itself against sustained criticism for supporting the minority coalition but fired back at its detractors last night, claiming... [Read More]
The booming commercial property sector and land hoarders will bear the brunt of more than €800 million in new taxes introduced by Paschal Donohoe in... [Read More]
Paschal Donohoe delivers his first budget as finance minister today and is expected to signal his intention to widen tax bands over the lifetime of... [Read More]
A Fine Gael MEP has suggested that the European Union may need to devise a bespoke customs union to appease Britain as he urged the... [Read More]
The rights of Irish citizens to live and work freely in Britain could soon be guaranteed in law after a new push by a British... [Read More]
Paschal Donohoe will deliver his first budget speech tomorrow which is expected to impose higher taxes on multinational corporations and commercial real estate... [Read More]
A special social welfare payment aimed at children living in poverty is being considered by Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil as budget negotiations continue. The... [Read More]
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