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# Micheál Martin

January 2024
Tánaiste calls Netanyahu's rejection of two-state solution 'unacceptable' ahead of EU meeting
Martin says plans being prepared to ramp up State-owned accommodation to house asylum seekers
Páirc Uí Chaoimh renaming row: Cabinet considers requiring Govt sign-off for future stadium rebrands
Páirc Uí Chaoimh renaming row: Cabinet considers requiring Govt sign-off for future stadium rebrands
State funding provision could ensure the government has future sign-off on any renaming of stadiums.
Terms of reference for judge-led tribunal into military abuse approved by Cabinet
Government to examine debt repayments following spate of restaurant closures
Tánaiste: Calls for govt to join genocide case against Israel are 'trying to create division' in Ireland
Chinese premier to meet with Taoiseach during visit to Ireland next week
UK govt challenges Ireland to list prosecutions mounted since 1998 over Troubles incidents
Tánaiste Micheál Martin says it's not feasible to ban children from using social media
Last year
Micheál Martin rules himself out of running for EU Commissioner job
Government looking at ways to accelerate housebuilding, Tánaiste says
Artisan toiletries, a Palestinian thobe and tracksuit tops among gifts to ministers in 2023
Tanaiste says horseracing industry’s fears over gambling bill ‘will not be realised’
Sinn Féin in govt would be 'dragged' by the far-left into irresponsible positions, Tánaiste says
Boycotting the Eurovision over Israel's involvement would alienate people, says Taoiseach
Taoiseach and Tánaiste both express concerns over X after report on how it moderates content
UK government ‘profoundly regrets’ legal action by Irish state over Legacy Act
Irish government to take legal challenge against the UK over controversial Northern Ireland Legacy Act
Tánaiste says 'no easy answers' to immigration question, but 'no one can take law into their own hands'
Tánaiste accepts need to address people’s fears about immigration with evidence-based approach
Sinn Féin clashes with Tánaiste over delivery of social and affordable housing targets
Micheál Martin resolves court action with Google over what he says are fake and damaging ads
‘Real sense of momentum’ in talks to restore Stormont but DUP says ‘still work to be done’
Tánaiste meets UK Foreign Secretary David Cameron in London
Ireland 'very open' to imposing travel ban on 'violent' West Bank settlers, says Tánaiste
Tánaiste announces €50 million funding for countries vulnerable to impacts of climate change
Tánaiste files High Court proceedings against Google over ads using his name and image online
Tents to be offered to asylum seekers with no accommodation as Govt confirms €75 weekly payment
Human rights watchdog expresses 'deep concern' at possible shortfall in asylum seeker accommodation
Israeli President says Ireland needs to 'admit the truth' about conflict in Gaza
'Real possibility' of asylum seeker accommodation shortfall in coming days, Cabinet told
Approval to be sought at Cabinet for continuation of two overseas peackeeping missions
Simon Harris says 'ability to spread disinformation' on social media is 'very serious issue'
'You have no mandate': Heated Dáil exchanges on plan to remove Triple Lock
Women of Honour group hold 'frank' meeting with Tánaiste over inquiry terms
Explainer: What is Ireland's Triple Lock mechanism and why is the Govt planning to scrap it?
Micheál Martin announces plan to get rid of triple lock which limits Irish military operations overseas
Micheál Martin: 'Why you would attack the Department of Foreign Affairs is simply beyond me'
Tánaiste says he was 'shocked' by negative reactions to his visit to Israel