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# Taoiseach

Last year
Landlord tax breaks 'not off the table' as judgement call to be made before end of March
Government to consider extending cost-of-living support measures beyond February
Taoiseach claims Sinn Féin-led government would mean ‘fewer jobs and lower incomes’
All time
Taoiseach aims to reduce wait for child healthcare and assessments by 2025
Taoiseach to meet experts in housing in the coming weeks as Govt attempt to kick-start acceleration plan
Quiz: How much do you know about things that rotate?
Taoiseach says overhauling planning laws 'essential' to delivering climate and housing targets
Macroom traffic bottleneck consigned to history as long-awaited bypass opens
Celtic Interconnector with France will promote clean energy and lower prices, says Taoiseach
Motion on Ireland remaining a militarily neutral state won't be opposed by Government
FactCheck: Is the State the ‘biggest player in housing’?
Income thresholds for social housing to be increased by €5,000
Taoiseach tours National Children's Hospital as construction reaches 80% completion
Taoiseach lays wreath at Remembrance ceremony in Enniskillen
Taoiseach says housing plan is working, as McDonald calls it a 'social catastrophe'
Taoiseach says Stormont system 'not fit for purpose' as SF pushes London to set election date
Taoiseach: There 'can't be any inhibition' for LGBT people to attend World Cup in Qatar
Government plans to roll out rapid-build houses to deal with 'enormous' housing crisis
Dáil told Govt has ‘failed to match people’s efforts to provide homes for Ukrainian refugees’
Govt plans to double payment for Ukrainian hosts to €800 in response to accommodation crisis
Taoiseach congratulates Rishi Sunak but SDLP leader labels his 'coronation a farce'
QUIZ: How well do you know Prime Ministers?
Preparation for 2024 elections starts now, Micheál Martin tells Fianna Fáil
Increase to €400 payment for housing Ukrainians 'on the table' as leaders set to meet Monday
Taoiseach to travel to Brussels for European Council meeting on Ukraine and energy
Taoiseach accuses Sinn Féin of trying to ‘close down debate’
Taoiseach and 43 other European leaders meet in Prague Castle in face of Russia's war
Fianna Fáil hears proposal for Marc MacSharry to rejoin the parliamentary party
State is now the biggest actor in housing, says Taoiseach
Irish politics divided into problem solvers and problem exploiters, says Taoiseach
No mini-budget in January, but budget package will 'get us through winter', says Martin
Sinn Féin leader labels Rental Tax Credit a 'half-baked measure' that could 'fuel rent hikes'
Occupied Territories Bill would not make any 'practical difference', says Taoiseach
VAT on newspapers likely to be abolished, Taoiseach indicates
Public transport fare reductions being examined 'in a positive light' for the Budget
Taoiseach: 'No room for energy companies exploiting crisis by hiking up standing charges'
Taoiseach pays tribute to crew on diverted flight, says it's unfortunate he missed Biden reception
Taoiseach's flight from Dublin to New York forced to return to Ireland due to a bird strike
Taoiseach says there is a 'risk to senior ministers' if Garda drivers not reintroduced
Taoiseach sees opportunity to ‘reset’ relations with UK after ‘warm’ meeting with Truss