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# Micheál Martin

Last year
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
Finance Minister wants 'prudent' Budget as Taoiseach seeks threshold for higher tax rate at €50k
Families of residents who will be 'kicked out' of Cork nursing home urge Taoiseach to step in
Independent review of abortion laws should not be treated as ‘gospel’, says Varadkar
Govt say EPA report 'doesn't tell the full story' and won't concede targets will be missed
It is 'inevitable' the health service will have to move to a seven-day roster, Tánaiste says
Sinn Féin support growing at the expense of government parties, poll shows
Taoiseach and Tánaiste to attend national Civil War commemoration in Dublin today
Talk of additional funding for Stormont 'significant', says Tánaiste
Government must act with coherence, Martin insists as he moves to cool tensions
Dublin Fire Brigade to tell TDs that fire safety will be 'integral' to use of rapid-build homes
Tánaiste questions Triple Lock and calls for greater NATO links in major defence policy speech
'No need' for Coveney to correct Dáil record on RAF deal but Tánaiste giving issue 'ongoing reflection'
'Radical' change to Irish Defence Forces command structures to be brought before Cabinet today
The Ditch calls Sipo complaint example of 'illiberal attacks' by the Tánaiste and Fianna Fáil
Tánaiste pays tribute to former Northern Ireland secretary Peter Brooke who died, aged 89
Micheál Martin: It's 'possible' Ireland can build 40,000 new homes a year to meet demand
Tánaiste claims that Ireland 'does not rely' on a secret deal with RAF to police Irish skies
Showing every match on RTÉ 'not realistic' - GAA responds to paywall backlash
How relationships with China are shifting due to Ukraine and an overturning of local norms
Women of Honour concerned about role of Department of Defence in new abuse Oversight Board
Tánaiste says he stands by Dáil comments about The Ditch and Paddy Cosgrave
Further engagement promised with Women of Honour after draft terms of reference circulated
246 Irish citizens evacuated from Sudan as warring parties agree to seven-day truce
Martin calls on China to use its 'considerable influence to end Russia’s war' with Ukraine
Tánaiste to signal shift in China policy, will say Ireland will not be 'naïve or silent'
Editor of The Ditch defends website after criticism from Micheál Martin
Fighting continues in Sudan despite ceasefire deal being extended by three days
LÉ William Butler Yeats to be sent to Mediterranean as part of arms embargo on Libya
Niall Collins: How Limerick County Council came to sell land to the Fianna Fáil TD's wife
Tánaiste pledges review of waste collection as Dáil hears clashes over Panda's brown bin charge
Govt summer priorities: Renters' rights, safe access zones, vaping rules and late-night pubs
DUP will not be 'brow beaten' to restore powersharing, says Donaldson
Amnesty International calls for Irish Government to ‘put a marker down’ over UK’s legacy Bill
Ex-vaccine tsar to chair oversight body formed in wake of Defence Forces abuse probe
Public forum examining Ireland's neutrality to be held in Dublin, Galway and Cork in June
Ex-army officer tells Dáil of offence culture & need for Chief of staff powers to suspend wrongdoers
Ceann Comhairle threatens to suspend Dáil amid shouting, says public would be 'disgusted'
DF Chief of Staff: 'Perpetrators of abuse don't belong in our organisation and will be held to account'