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# Micheál Martin

Last year
Tánaiste to raise UK Troubles Legacy Bill with Irish American political leaders while in US
As Dáil returns, all three Coalition leaders head to New York for UN High-Level Week
Rank and file defence group gives 'cautious' welcome for military medical care scheme
Montrose site: Taoiseach says RTÉ relocating would carry costs
Mary Lou McDonald 'fully recovered' from surgery ahead of Sinn Féin think-in
Fianna Fáil needs to ask itself an uncomfortable question: can it do business with Sinn Féin?
Eoin Ó Broin blasts Tánaiste's comment about young voters as 'ill-judged, patronising and insulting'
Tánaiste says meeting with farmer representatives at Fianna Fáil think-in has been ‘constructive’
'It's not a slam dunk': Martin says SF winning big in next election not a sure thing
Cuts to USC under consideration as part of Budget, confirms Tánaiste
'It matters to me personally': Micheál Martin sought to make hope and history rhyme in Israel
Micheál Martin says it's not time to abandon 'two-state solution' to Israel-Palestine conflict
Micheál Martin: Calling Israel an apartheid state 'doesn't add a whole lot' to peace process
Tánaiste confident use of tented accommodation for refugees will be short-term
Tánaiste holds 'frank' talks with Benjamin Netanyahu over Israeli settlements in West Bank
Micheál Martin heads to Israel and Palestine to discuss politics and human rights in the region
Tánaiste says extra TDs are 'an expense we can afford'
Tánaiste Micheál Martin to attend informal meetings of EU Defence and Foreign Affairs ministers
Tánaiste declares Naval Service 'not acceptable' and calls for 'radical' recruitment drive
Ambassador says Ireland is 'safe' for Americans travelling to Ireland despite tourist attack
Only seven women have been inducted into the Defence Forces this year
Varadkar says there’s a ‘very good chance’ coalition will be re-elected
Rail review proposes new train routes and a move towards a rail spine along the Atlantic
TD brands Curragh 'Ireland's most derelict town' over crumbling homes
FF Cllr. disputes claims from tenant and says €260-a-week room was ‘similar to a hotel'
Tánaiste begins week-long trip to South Africa and Mozambique
Government extends suspension of visa-free travel for people with refugee status
Dáil breaks for summer hols but political temperature set to be 'a little higher' on its return
Syria opens key aid corridor to rebel-held areas after Russia vetoed UN decision
Tánaiste concedes 'real difficulty' surrounding cost of National Children’s Hospital
FF politicians call for security improvements at Leinster House
Government announces tribunal of inquiry into how Defence abuse allegations were handled
USC cuts, rent relief and housing for key workers: FF politicians put forward budget wish list
Taoiseach says Ireland will not be joining NATO as protests take place at Dublin Castle
Anti-war campaigner Margaretta D'Arcy claims forum is a 'stitch up' during on-stage protest
Government defends security forum as opposition label it 'rigged' and 'unashamedly one-sided'
A forum on Irish foreign policy and neutrality kicks off this week - but what's it all about?
Tánaiste defends forum as President claims Ireland is 'playing with fire' in neutrality 'drift'
Martin to Murphy: 'I shudder to think of the day where you might be in authority'
Defence Forces to participate in UN peacekeeping mission in Syria until next spring