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# Alan Kelly

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Irish Water won't say why the latest payment figures still aren't ready for publication
One TD has accused them of getting involved in party politics in an “unacceptable” way.
Alan Kelly: 'I wasn't allowed be as ambitious as I wanted to be'
The minister said a new housing minister would need more powers.
John Kerry's grand-daughter stole the show at the UN today
She was helping her granddad sign a climate agreement.
Alan Kelly: Ireland must face up to its climate change obligations
Outgoing Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly is in New York as over 150 countries sign the historic Paris climate deal.
It looks like this man could be the next Labour leader
Brendan Howlin is emerging as the clear favourite to succeed Joan Burton.
Joan Burton will decide her fate as Labour leader after a government is formed
Meanwhile, Alan Kelly apologised for comments he made about power being a drug that suited him.
Fingal County Council confirms it's trying to buy Tyrrelstown houses
The council said that talks with the developer had not progressed as of yet.
Alan Kelly: Fingal County Council is trying to buy Tyrrelstown houses
Some 100 families face the threat of eviction.
10 things about Ireland's general election the world needs to understand
Political discourse can involve One Direction. That’s how it works here.
Alan Kelly's re-election reaction is already turning into a glorious meme
Bit of power. Be grand.
Environment Minister Alan Kelly has kept his seat
“Tomorrow we start rebuilding this party.”
FactCheck: The truth and the lies from TV3's Deputy Leaders' Debate’s GE16 FactCheck has sifted through the claims made by Kelly, McDonald, Reilly and Cowen.
Alan Kelly: What Labour has achieved is astonishing
The party also called plans to abolish Irish Water “farcical”.
'Power is a drug': Alan Kelly's recent interview showed the true colours of Irish politics
We need more than narcissism and hubris in Irish politics, writes Tom Clonan.
FactCheck: Is Alan Kelly right to say 80% of people are paying for water?’s GE16 FactCheck has tested an eye-catching claim by the Minister for the Environment.
Alan Kelly is astonished at claims he verbally attacked Newstalk presenter
“I don’t think that’s a fair question. No, obviously not.”
Joan Burton says Alan Kelly is 'an incredibly obedient employee'
Meanwhile, Gerry Adams says that 15 seats would be a good election for Sinn Féin.
Slapped down: Joan Burton insists she IS Alan Kelly's boss
The Labour deputy leader said yesterday that in politics “you are your own boss”.
Everyone hopes Enda will reveal all tomorrow
We mean the date of the election of course.
New bin charges will see individual bags banned
Councils will have the power to allow people living in areas unsuitable for wheelie bin collection be able to use them.
7 things we learned at the Labour conference
At its last big gathering before the election, Labour was doing an awful lot of standing up in Mullingar today.
Labour reckons its incredibly fabulous candidates can win 36 seats
Ministers are in confident mood as the party’s one-day conference gets underway in Mullingar.
Alan Kelly was canvassing last night while the Dáil debated homelessness
The Labour deputy leader, who has described the issue as his number one priority, was seeking votes in Roscrea.
A bullish Alan Kelly reckons Labour will win a lot more than 15 seats
Big talk from Labour’s deputy leader this morning.
Why the John Delaney controversy is another (avoidable) fiasco for Labour
Analysis: Labour should be keeping its head down. Instead the party’s most senior figures are committing own goals.
Alan Kelly is fine with John Delaney telling Tipperary people to vote for him
The Environment Minister’s trip around Tipperary with the FAI boss has sparked a political controversy.
Fine Gael minister defends photo of Alan Kelly 'canvassing' with FAI chief John Delaney
“What anyone does in their own personal time is their own business,” says transport minister Paschal Donohoe.
How two Labour ministers turned death threats into a political weapon
Now one TD says they owe “hundreds of thousands of people” an apology.
'Lonely' woman who made Alan Kelly and Dáil bomb hoaxes also threatened Michael D Higgins
Anne Fennell’s sentence has been adjourned to allow for the medical treatment.
'Delusional' Alan Kelly claims water charges have gone off the agenda
Others disagree.
Alarm company says it met with Alan Kelly after tender had been decided
Task Alarms says there are major problems with how the tender was structured.
Dublin City Council apologises for planner saying Alan Kelly had been 'bamboozled'
Comments were made in the Irish Times this morning.
Kelly says apartment sizes aren't "shoebox living"
The plans have been criticised, but Kelly is steadfast.
Alan Kelly told to 'come clean' about meeting with company which won €3.6m State contracts
Kelly met with two representatives from the company, but says he did not know they would be there.
Will landlords forego extra rent to help families on the brink of homelessness?
One charity is asking them to consider it.
Alan Kelly faces "serious questions" over meeting with company that won state tender
Deputy Paul Murphy says “serious irregularities occurred” around a meeting involving Alan Kelly and another Labour TD.
This is Sinn Féin's radical plan to solve the housing crisis
Rents linked to inflation and the abolition of the property tax are on the party’s agenda.
Alan Kelly doesn't care that he got totes emosh last night
The Environment Minister is said to have shed tears at last night’s Labour parliamentary party meeting.
Alan Kelly got totes emosh in Leinster House tonight
The Labour deputy leader denied to colleagues that he had leaked internal polling.
One year on from Jonathan Corrie's death, we're still relying on short-term solutions
His death, on a cold November night, sparked nationwide outrage, but what has changed?