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# Red lines

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No joint press conference and no breaking of bread: Biden and Putin meet at Geneva summit
Up to five hours of talks are planned, starting at around midday Irish time, with no break for meals.
As Greens weigh up options, new TDs say they don't envisage any splits on 'red line' issues
With 12 TDs, the Green Party is now the fourth biggest party in the Dáil.
Micheál Martin says there would 'need to be' a carbon tax in Budget 2020
A climate change focus in the Budget will be necessary, said Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin.
Government cuts during Labour's time in power were 'awful', says party leader
The Labour Party’s terms for entering government in the future will be discussed at today’s think-in.
Ireland's 'fragile' budget faces years back in the red with a no-deal Brexit
The Parliamentary Budget Office issued a stark warning on the impact of a hard Brexit on the public purse.
Brexit: What's next?
It was a big week, Brexit wise.
Pay deal sees St Patrick's Day Luas strike called off at last minute
A strike planned for tomorrow, St Patrick’s Day, has been called off.
Strikes still set to go ahead after Luas talks end without agreement
The next strike is planned for St Patrick’s Day.
This is what a Renua government could look like
The party has listed some of the principles on which it will not compromise.
Does Labour really want to repeal the 8th Amendment?
Joan Burton latest comments have raised eyebrows about a key Labour commitment.