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# Budget 2012

All time
Motor tax will rise in Budget, minister confirms
Retailers call for no taxes on consumers and cuts to expenditure in Budget
The Daily Fix: Sunday
Motorists face a 'grim budget' - AA Ireland
The Daily Fix: Saturday
In pictures: unions lead march against austerity in Dublin
Budget to be announced over two days
Thousands expected for Dublin protest against austerity
Noonan admits: Plans for VAT hike didn’t consider drop in demand
More tax austerity will break Irish families, tax institute warns
Government announces major action plan to solve jobs crisis
HSE chief executive to be questioned by TDs and senators
Poll: Should there be a charge on medical cards?
Budget proposals doc had to be shown as ‘constitutional requirement’
Column: Cutting grants isn’t just bad for students – it’s bad for Ireland
Miles Link
Tourist-friendly 9 per cent VAT rate to remain after Budget
Cabinet meets to finalise Budget spending cuts
Child benefit is ‘subsidising people to have sex’ – Michael O’Leary
The Daily Fix: Monday
Fears mount over Budget cut to child benefit
The Daily Fix: Sunday
Budget leaks: Dublin and Brussels in €300m dispute over public pay bill
Budget leaks: €3.5bn Budget for 2013 still won’t meet Troika targets
REVEALED: Government’s leaked plans for Ireland’s austerity budgets
Berlin documents were compiled six weeks BEFORE Budget Day
Confusion over how Budget documents ended up in Germany
Opposition calls on government to explain 2 per cent VAT rise report
Up to 40,000 more children living in poverty since last year – Barnardos
Unemployment group welcomes Budget’s freeze for welfare rates
Cigarette sales fall by 10 per cent