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# Michael McGrath

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2023
Michael McGrath says that Ireland’s rate of inflation has peaked
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Government ministers to be banned from using phones at Cabinet meetings from today
Housing minister: 'I'll be frank, we've got to revisit the tax treatment for small landlords'
Cabinet approves international surrogacy policy proposals with aim of giving 100s of families a 'route to recognition'
Government criticised over €700 million capital underspend in housing budget
McGrath 'strongly supports' Donohoe's bid for second term as Eurogroup President
Eurozone finance ministers to vote for new Eurogroup President next month
Government to nominate Paschal Donohoe for second term as President of the Eurogroup
Expected interest rate hike may help 'contain' house prices, says Varadkar
‘No reason’ why anyone in financial hardship should lose power this winter, McGrath says
Ministers announce payment dates for social protection supports introduced in Budget
'Our citizens need help': Everything you need to know about Budget 2023
Childcare: Reduction of up to 25% announced in costs under National Childcare Scheme
Donohoe refuses to be drawn on Eurogroup issue but his party leader hopes he can keep the role
Taoiseach expects Michael McGrath to take up finance minister job following reshuffle
'Situation has deteriorated': Protecting businesses and jobs top priority, says McGrath
Will FF and FG rotate the finance ministry? Coalition partners to discuss matter amid tensions
Public sector pay talks resume as 1% improvement in govt offer floated
Eamon Ryan: 'Utmost commitment' to deliver MetroLink following 8,000 submissions from public
Budget aims to help 'most vulnerable' and the 'squeezed middle', says McGrath
Row between two government departments over cost of ramping up Ireland's Defence spending
Government teases new tax bracket for middle-income earners
Contact Department of Social Protection if you're struggling with bills, says McGrath
Public service pay talks are now officially underway
Cabinet approves two-year lease on Citywest Hotel to accommodate Ukrainian refugees
Decision on €400 payment to households who host Ukrainian refugees to be made 'shortly'
Govt to pay up to 70% of inflation-related construction costs on State projects
McGrath gives the green light to exploratory talks on public service pay
State's deficit drops by over €6 billion following conclusion of Covid-19 measures
Taoiseach calls Russia 'sinister' after video shows mock-up of nuclear attack on Ireland
New Cabinet committee on Ukrainian crisis as TD makes 'strong call' for holiday homes to be used for refugees
Government minister and public representatives met with garda management about Cork resources
Plan for 'major shift’ on remote working for civil servants launched by government
Ministers who breach 'cooling-off' period before lobbying could soon be fined €25k
Cost of living: Government rejects criticism of 'universal' and 'anti-motorist' measures
Home help workers to receive the €1,000 Covid bonus payment
Employers will need 'a very good reason' to refuse a request for remote working
Extra public holiday to take place on 18 March and healthcare workers to get €1,000 bonus
Government to announce revamped restriction supports for businesses by Tuesday at the latest
New Covid measures would lift if Omicron risks don't meet 'worst fears', Minister says