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# Taoiseach

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Taoiseach ‘more than willing’ to offer State apology for illegal birth registrations
Terms of reference being finalised for An Bord Pleanála decisions review, says Taoiseach
'If you don't trust me, fine, but trust hospital doctors': Taoiseach says NMH must go ahead
O'Neill promises to be 'first minister for all' and accuses DUP of 'holding society to ransom'
Taoiseach says Northern Ireland politicians must return to power sharing after May election
'Who's running the country?': Sec Gen 'snub' of Oireachtas committee raised with Taoiseach
Poll: Would you be in favour of a general election this year?
Taoiseach: 'We have to support and speak up for Ukraine, as they have asked us to do'
Boston Scientific to pump €100 million into Galway facility, adding 300 jobs
'Lessons have to be learned' from Dr Holohan TCD role controversy, Taoiseach says
Peace and democracy can't be taken for granted, Taoiseach says on GFA anniversary
Taoiseach says Ireland will be ‘stretched’ on Ukrainian refugee accommodation
Dr Tony Holohan rules out return as Chief Medical Officer after his new role in Trinity College
Citywest to be used as 'overflow' processing centre for refugees if needed
EU might not give the green light on VAT reduction on fuel until May
Taoiseach says there is no justification for further Covid restrictions
Covid inquiry: Taoiseach doesn't see key decision-makers being grilled in witness box
Taoiseach wants more 'legal channels' to allow people travel between the US and Ireland
Ukraine's Zelenskyy thanks Taoiseach for Ireland's aid and support
Taoiseach to get leadership award at event attended by US President Joe Biden tonight
Taoiseach says removal of certain press statements from SF website is 'kind of Orwellian'
Taoiseach: Officials vetting accommodation for refugees amid report of 'sex for housing' offer
Taoiseach to meet US President at Ireland Funds dinner the day before White House meeting
Barack Obama tests positive for Covid-19
There will be a debate in Ireland on military neutrality, says Taoiseach
Commodity prices ‘going through the roof’, says Taoiseach
Taoiseach travels to London as part of a two-day trip to mark St Patrick's Day celebrations
Taoiseach: 'Possible' Irish forces could help with humanitarian aid at Ukraine borders
St Patrick's Day global greening set to incorporate 'Ukrainian theme' this year, says Taoiseach
Taoiseach to update Cabinet on Ukraine and Ireland's humanitarian response
1,800 Ukrainians have arrived in Ireland with number 'growing day by day', Taoiseach says
More than 1.5 million refugees flee Ukraine in past 10 days, says UN
Scenario planning underway for Ireland to accommodate thousands of refugees from Ukraine
Taoiseach: 'Sanctions will have impact - but they won't halt what Russia is doing in Ukraine'
Taoiseach suggests FF councillors should not have voted against housing motions alongside Sinn Féin
Former EU Commissioner Phil Hogan was not 'treated like a criminal', says Taoiseach
'Banter can happen': Taoiseach won't confront minister or civil servant about war of words in pub
'These are difficult hours for Europe': Taoiseach meets German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Berlin
NPHET recommend end to mandatory mask-wearing in education, public transport and school settings
Mask wearing looks set to become optional in the coming weeks