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# Simon Coveney

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EU could set aside Brexit trade deal if UK suspends NI Protocol, Coveney warns
Opinion: I could face 15 years in prison if stopped by Israeli border patrol on my way home to Cork
Dr Susan Power
Simon Coveney to raise settlement and evictions during Israel-Palestine trip
Coveney 'concerned' over Israel's labelling of Palestinian NGOs as terrorist organisations
'No decision' yet on lifting Covid measures as Taoiseach cites 'wrong turn' in virus trajectory
'Constitutional republican' Jack Chambers attending NI service 'to build on peace and reconciliation'
Tánaiste warns other countries about doing deals with UK until 'they can keep their promises'
Coveney says UK dismisses EU's protocol proposals 'over and over again'
Coveney questions if UK Government wants ‘breakdown in relations’ with EU
Coveney and Chambers to represent Government at Northern Ireland centenary service
Dozens more Irish citizens evacuated from Afghanistan
Varadkar and Coveney pushing to get J1 visa programme reinstated for summer 2022
'Urgent' independent review to be carried out into abuse experienced in the Defence Forces
Taoiseach 'concerned' about Christmas delivery delays due to Brexit
Families and children of public figures are 'not fair game', says minister
'I've been busy this week': Coveney says he's not met or spoken to Zappone while in New York
Further 11 Irish citizens moved out of Afghanistan with their families
The Taoiseach is heading to NYC for a busy schedule of UN events (and will also drop by 30 Rock)
Marc MacSharry says the Fianna Fáil party is now a 'one man show'
Poll: Do you have confidence in Simon Coveney?
Minister Simon Coveney wins confidence vote in the Dáil by 92 votes to 59
Katherine Zappone will be asked to appear before an Oireachtas Committee to answer questions
Longer opening hours for pubs and nightclubs under new laws, as publicans call for 5am closing time
Simon Coveney ’embarrassed’ by Katherine Zappone fiasco
Defence Forces 'commends bravery' of female members who came forward to make harassment complaints
As Fine Gael think-in begins, Varadkar and ministers apologise to their party for 'bad summer'
Sinn Féin motion on Coveney is a publicity stunt, says Humphreys
Taoiseach expects Fianna Fáil TDs to back Simon Coveney in confidence motion next week
'We need enormous effort': Coveney leads UN Security Council meeting on Afghanistan in New York
Coveney to chair UN Security Council meeting on Afghanistan in New York
Taoiseach 'has confidence' in Simon Coveney, says spokesperson
'There can be no doubt about how appointments are made': Taoiseach reacts to Coveney's apology
'It wasn’t a job offer': Coveney says Zappone should have been told role wasn't a 'done deal'
'A crisis in FOI': How Zapponegate highlighted crucial flaws in Ireland's transparency legislation
Zapponegate: Ex-Minister texted Coveney to say thanks for 'incredible opportunity' in March
Future special envoys should be appointed through open competition, says Taoiseach
Taoiseach must 'stamp his authority' and put an end to Zappone row, Fianna Fáil TD says
‘Comprehensive’ information will clarify Zappone appointment, Taoiseach says
Explainer: Why are people still talking about the Zappone/Coveney/Varadkar controversy?
Sinn Féin calls for all documents related to Zappone appointment to be published