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# Budget 2012

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The Daily Fix: Sunday
Budget 2012: The cuts (and petitions) outlined so far…
Liveblog: Capital spending announcement
Capital spending cuts to be unveiled today
Burton: ‘We’re not talking about’ €700m cut to social protection
LIVEBLOG: The Government’s four-year economic plan is announced
Taoiseach to address nation on state of Irish economy
Wealth tax could raise €500million for State, say unions
Farmers ask for Croke Park principles to apply to them too
Troika: Irish programme is succeeding but challenges ahead
Govt says third review of Irish rescue programme was “successful”
Taoiseach confirms December 6 as Budget Day
Meeting Troika targets in 2012 is “not credible”, says social justice body
Rabbitte says cabinet’s budget negotiations will be ‘extremely difficult’
Back to work scheme to be proposed for Budget 2012
€4 billion ‘should be cut in Budget 2012′
Social welfare could be cut by up to €1bn
‘Alternative Budget’ claims to save €3.6billion without hitting poor
Unemployment rate drops slightly in September 2011
Taoiseach defends apparent U-turn on advisers’ salary cap
WATCH: If taxes are raised in Budget 2012, which should they be?
Government plays down apparent spending cuts revelations
Consumer sentiment drops amid ongoing job security and Budget fears
Minister rules out prospect of tax on ‘junk food’
Poll: Are you worried about December’s Budget?
‘Extremely painful’ Budget on the way, Rabbitte warns
The Daily Fix: Sunday
Greece to press on with austerity, as Irish people split on next budget measures
We’ll need EU-IMF permission to freeze income tax rates – Kenny
Varadkar willing to sell off State’s stake in Aer Lingus
Taoiseach: “Everything is on the table” in December’s Budget
Front-loaded budget ‘could push economy to breaking point’
Poll: Should welfare payments be cut?
Social welfare spending to be cut – but rates to remain