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# Dáil

This month
July 2024
TDs have sat for the last time this term as the Dáil summer recess begins
'Epidemic' of sexual and gender-based violence in Ireland, Taoiseach says
Last month
June 2024
RTÉ criticised over 'privatisation' of Fair City and Late Late Show
‘I imagine it’s in here’: Labour TD suggests cocaine is being used in Leinster House
McEntee says there's still 'so much work to do' after facing criticism from Natasha O'Brien
Natasha O'Brien receives standing ovation as she watched from Dáil public gallery
Government aims to enact ban on 51-week student leases in time for upcoming academic year
Teenager involved in Dáil protest over autism services to meet with Taoiseach Simon Harris later
This year
Emergency medicine doctors to crew helicopter response service alongside paramedics in new trial
Senator tells TD: "You did not see children with difference in school because they were not allowed to attend"
McEntee says commentary in Dáil is 'feeding blatant racism' as she defends Migration Pact
Catherine Connolly almost abandoned topical issues due to Dáil chamber being empty
'I promise to be a Taoiseach for all': Simon Harris reaches across political divide in first speech
Explainer: How will the new Fine Gael leader be elected and when will we have a new Taoiseach?
Tánaiste confirms Ireland 'actively' working with Jordan to drop Irish aid into Gaza
Dáil told of threats to burn down Kildare hotel after 'disgusting lie' that girl had been raped
Pledge made 7 years ago that children wouldn't wait on scoliosis surgery has been broken, Dáil hears
Who are the 31 politicians in the Dáil who declared themselves as landlords last year?
Three deputies declared a rental income for the first time in 2023.
Dáil schedule cleared after John Bruton's death, Taoiseach says he put 'people before politics'
'Don't start this nonsense': Pearse Doherty and Tánaiste clash heads over TV licence in Dáil
Government defeats Sinn Féin motion calling on intervention in genocide case against Israel
Bill to legalise personal cannabis use is 'just a tiny step in direction we need to go', Dáil hears
Strong words as Government and opposition debate intervening in genocide case against Israel
Opposition rounds on govt's 'dithering' on South African genocide case against Israel
Bríd Smith warned by Ceann Comhairle for claiming 'Nazi supporters lies' have been repeated in Dáil
Political parties to table amendments to referendum wording as Sinn Féin seeks 'clarifications'
Last year
McDonald further criticised for claim Govt did not contact school after stabbing
Varadkar reacts to RTÉ Investigates: 'People seeking money to withdraw planning objections is not acceptable'
Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald says she has no confidence in Garda Commissioner Drew Harris
'It’s obvious you don’t f***ing listen to what anybody says': Thomas Pringle and Danny Healy-Rae row in the Dáil
Motion to be brought before Dáil on withdrawing diplomatic status of Israeli Ambassador
Dáil votes to restrict advertising of vaping products and ban the sale to under 18s
Sligo TD Marc MacSharry will not run in next general election
Young people march to demand Government action over accommodation ‘crisis’ facing students
Two Extinction Rebellion protesters who locked themselves to Dáil gates in 2019 spared jail
TD questions whether man responsible for 2011 death of cyclist was a Garda informer
Bill to give effect to constituency boundary redraw to go to Cabinet
Sean Sherlock says he will run in Cork North-Central or not run at all in next election
We're about to find out how many more TDs Ireland is getting - here's why
Dáil breaks for summer hols but political temperature set to be 'a little higher' on its return