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# Taoiseach

Last year
Taoiseach and ministers discuss recent increases in road deaths
Politicians arguing in the Dáil and having a drink together after doesn't happen anymore, says Varadkar
'How many Palestinians have to be killed?' Pleas for end to Israeli bombardment at Paris conference
Varadkar on Braverman's NI 'hate march' comments: 'I'm not exactly sure what was meant'
Taoiseach: Ireland won't give Palestinian refugees the same protection as Ukrainians
Taoiseach critical of HSE as 270 extra junior doctors hired with no sign-off
Budget measures will increase incomes but purchasing power lower than it was in 2020, says ESRI
Varadkar says Israel will lose global support if it goes 'too far' in its response against Hamas
Irish-Israeli woman missing after yesterday's Hamas attack
Varadkar plans to bring Environment Commissioner to Irish farm to highlight 'well managed' beef and dairy sector
Taoiseach appeals to UK government to not enact Troubles Legacy Bill as govt mulls legal action
Missing in action: Ireland's national security strategy has been in the works since 2019
Varadkar raises prospect of Stormont 'Plan B' during busy day of meetings in Belfast
Taoiseach says Govt won’t remove Garda Commissioner if he loses no-confidence vote
Only seven women have been inducted into the Defence Forces this year
RTÉ's drip feed of information doing 'untold damage', says Taoiseach
Government defends security forum as opposition label it 'rigged' and 'unashamedly one-sided'
Varadkar promises further cut in childcare costs, as minister pushes for another 25% reduction
Leo Varadkar: Losing a border poll would 'take the issue off the agenda for a long period'
Finance Minister wants 'prudent' Budget as Taoiseach seeks threshold for higher tax rate at €50k
Kiss star Gene Simmons wants to meet the Taoiseach and calls for the return of Stormont
Taoiseach and Tánaiste to attend national Civil War commemoration in Dublin today
Taoiseach confirms that the state pension will increase in the next Budget
Taoiseach offers support for A5 upgrades and ‘hopes’ Stormont can be restored after NI elections
Taoiseach wants to 'see an end' to whaling and will raise the issue with Icelandic PM
Taoiseach signs 'Register of Damages' for those who have suffered from ongoing war in Ukraine
Varadkar lends support to Ukraine 'damages register' and pledges new funding to Council of Europe
Virgin Media says RTÉ and GAAGO have questions to answer over rights deal
Not realistic to expect all GAA matches to be televised, says Taoiseach
Political leaders in Northern Ireland urged to restore Stormont on final day of GFA summit
Biden tour of Ireland comes to Dublin as President to visit Áras, Oireachtas and Dublin Castle
'100% incorrect': Taoiseach denies claim he overruled Housing Minister to end the eviction ban
Varadkar says he doesn't believe reimposing the eviction ban would reverse rising homeless numbers
President says schools should teach ‘sexuality in fullest sense’
Increasing Garda retirement age to 62 under consideration, says Taoiseach
Taoiseach commemorates first flying of the tricolour 175 years ago at ceremony in Waterford
Windsor Framework and invasion of Ukraine on the agenda when Varadkar meets Spanish PM later
Refugee accommodation: Govt hopes local point people and beefed up media budget will ease concerns
Nursing home charges: What is the controversy about and how has the Government responded?
FactCheck: Did the state build more social housing in 2022 than ever before, as Taoiseach claimed?