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# Leaders' Questions

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Energy costs dominates first day back but politicians get a giggle with 'Taoiseach' Mary Lou remark
Audit into infant organ disposal should be published without delay, says Taoiseach
School transport fees to be waived for the year as Government announce back-to-school package
AG consulted on emergency law to provide more school places for children with special needs
There will be no cap on the number of Ukrainian refugees Ireland takes in, says minister
In bitter Dáil exchanges, Leo Varadkar says Pearse Doherty 'abused and mistreated' a garda
'President Higgins had to come out and call you to account': TDs attack Govt housing policy in Dáil
Telling people to tighten their belts shows Govt is 'out of touch' on cost of living, says SF
Varadkar: 'Far too many people have to spend too much of their income on rent'
Salads and cycling aren't weird: Taoiseach comes to Eamon Ryan's defence amid Dáil criticism
Govt to consider time-of-day-pricing for electricity in bid to tackle cost of living
EU might not give the green light on VAT reduction on fuel until May
Criticism over soaring home heating oil costs as Martin says hands are tied due to EU VAT rules
Taoiseach floats idea of a Citizens’ Assembly on Ireland’s military neutrality
Gas prices and the cost of food likely to rise, Tánaiste says
'Pathetic': Dáil takes a turn for the ugly as housing 'debate' gets dredged into history
NPHET recommend end to mandatory mask-wearing in education, public transport and school settings
'Suite of measures' to address the rising cost of living expected 'in the next couple of weeks'
'Not an issue of funding': Urgent surgery wait lists for children unacceptable, says Taoiseach
'Don't you dare lecture me': Sparks fly in the Dáil on housing
Tanaiste urges employers to give staff a pay hike to help with rise in the cost of living
'We need to stand up and be counted': TDs agree on all-party approach to violence against women
Taoiseach says funding will be made available to schools that wish to purchase HEPA filters
'If you want to call me a liar, call me a liar': Dáil row breaks out between Kelly and Martin
Simon Coveney: Families to be provided with full report into Donegal care home abuse scandal
Taoiseach won't confirm whether government is planning events to lure cuckoo funds to Ireland
Government to cover legal bill for families of R116 victims
Children protest outside Dáil calling for 100% Mica redress scheme
Tetchy exchange as Taoiseach told he should be 'ashamed' only 8 affordable homes ready
Mica block scandal has broadened to other areas in Ireland, says Tánaiste
Taoiseach says he doesn't want to see students staying in hotels due to lack of accommodation
Eamon Ryan feels heat over cuckoo funds stamp duty vote but says 'it's a short-term measure'
'Not practical, unenforceable and discriminatory': Government’s latest Covid plans branded unacceptable
National Maternity Hospital: Government has 'problems' with project on land transferred from Sisters of Charity
Most AZ second doses will be administered within next five weeks, Reid confirms
Protections for renters impacted by Covid-19 to be extended beyond 12 July
Dáil told taxi drivers forced to call off today's protest - but gardaí say it was a matter for the groups alone
New Catholic school sex education programme not in line with Government policy, says Tánaiste
Taoiseach says largest delivery of Pfizer vaccines to Ireland - 191,800 doses - arrived today
Varadkar says it's 'extraordinary' under 35s are experiencing their second recession in their adult life