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# Housing
€1,000 rent credit just a 'starting point', as housing minister says Govt will look to increase it
A €1,000 tax credit for 2022 and 2023 was announced this week as part of the budget.
# Housing
Shared equity scheme to be extended to self-build homes, says minister
Controversial planning rules for “build-to-rent” apartments are also set to be abolished.
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FF Ard Fheis rejects motion to abolish the USC, minister says new 30% tax rate under review
The event takes place in the RDS in Dublin today with Taoiseach Micheál Martin due to give his speech at 6.30pm.
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No mini-budget in January, but budget package will 'get us through winter', says Martin
The windfall tax take will help ‘buffer’ Ireland’s finances, says the Taoiseach.
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Taoiseach defends Govt housing policy, says O'Brien will remain in role after Cabinet reshuffle
The Government is not happy with the record high homelessness figures, Micheál Martin says.
All time
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Micheál Martin brands Fine Gael the 'out-of-touch elite' party that has moved to the right
The Fianna Fáil leader has launched a blistering attack on the Taoiseach saying things have got worse since he took over.
# Abortion
Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis vote to protect rights of the unborn
An opposing motion was defeated by a vote of party members.
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Martin says he's concerned about Scientology setting up in Ireland
Earlier this year, revealed a new Scientology centre was to open in Firhouse.
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Chances of a Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil government just got a lot smaller
TD Shane Cassells said people shouldn’t be fooled by Gerry Adams’ ‘cuddly’ tweets.