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Sunday 5 February 2023 Dublin: 1°C

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# Health Cuts
GPs warn of "chaos" in health system after HSE boss raises cuts concerns
It was revealed this weekend that the head of the HSE warned James Reilly that Budget cuts were being made “against the advice of the HSE and the Department of Health”.
# Protests
Mental Health Reform ‘do not trust’ that posts will be delivered in 2012
Approximately 50-60 people protested outside Government Buildings at lunchtime today, in response to proposed cuts to mental health services.
# hse cuts
In Pics: This evening's protest against home care and home help cuts
This is the second night of protests outside Government Buildings.
# need to know
The Evening Fix... now with added illuminated drones
Things we learned, loved and shared today.
# hse cuts
Home help and home care workers set to protest against cuts
The Home Care Community Action Group are set to protest outside Government Buildings tonight from 6pm.
# U-turn
Cuts to personal assistant services will NOT take place
The Minister for Health has instructed the HSE to ‘continue to provide services to people in receipt of personal assistant services’ but protesters outside government buildings could continue through the night.
# need to know
The Evening Fix... now with added four-card tricks
Things we learned, loved and shared today.
# In Pictures
People with disabilities holding overnight protest against HSE cuts
The newly-assembled group, Leaders Alliance, has said it will stay overnight outside Government buildings.
# Back To Business
Allowances, Reilly and property tax on the agenda as Cabinet returns
The Cabinet meets for the first time in over a month today amid growing tensions between the two coalition parties over Health Minister James Reilly.
# hse cuts
Health Minister comments on National Broadband Plan, quiet on HSE cuts
James Reilly is expected at the Department of Health offices this morning.