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# Budget11

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TD Patrick Nulty resigns as Labour Party member
Government's 2011 tax income misses Budget target by 2.5 per cent
Recessions, downgrades and Super Mario - 2011: the year in money
PLAY: Budget Bingo 2012
Jackie Healy-Rae threatened to withdraw support from government who told 'blatant lies'
Payday a black day for many Irish workers
Michael Lowry and the Finance Bill: his statement in full
Finance Bill delays property tax relief changes
2010 in review: September
#minimum wage
Budget 2011: Final Bill comes before Dáil today
Social Welfare Bill passed
July 2010: Brian Lenihan calls end to "mad bonuses". Dec 2010: AIB bankers get €40m bonus.
Budget 2011: Child benefit, social welfare cuts come before Dáil
Budget 2011: Dáil votes to proceed with Social Welfare Bill
Budget 2011: Bumper payday for self-employed high earners
Budget 2011: the tabloid take
Cowen says “no one is more sorry” Ireland is in this situation than he is
Budget 2011: Alcohol and cigarette levies would send trade away - Lenihan
Dáil leaders debate savage Budget 2011 cuts
Budget 2011: What the world's press thinks
Budget 2011: the war of words
Budget 2011: In Numbers
Poll: Are you more worried about your finances now than you were before Budget 2011?
Budget 2011: The first legislation 'to make families hungry'
Dude, where's my six billion? An economist's perspective on Budget 2011
Ronan Lyons
Child benefit and social welfare cuts come before Oireachtas
Small businessowner, income of €20,000 - €35,000
Married with children, unemployed, relying on social welfare
Retired and living on old age pension
President offers to take Budget 2011's biggest wage cut
Budget 2011 hits ministerial planes, (cranes) and automobiles
Budget 2011: the expert view
Found: the one person who's better off after Budget 2011
Director of a small business