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# Peadar Tóibín

Yesterday
13th June 2024
Peadar Tóibín defends Aontú's election performance after it fails to capitalise on referendums
This week
9th June 2024 - 14th June 2024
Luke 'Ming' Flanagan tops the poll in Midlands-North West but no candidates elected
This year
2024
Tóibín will contest in the European elections, but will also seek re-election as TD later
Last year
2023
Vigil held in memory of the 402 homeless people who died in Dublin since 2018
Enterprise Minister to meet Meath TDs over Tara Mines shutdown
20 homeless deaths in Dublin in first four months of 2023
Varadkar: 'Ireland is a pretty safe country. We shouldn't be scaring people into thinking otherwise'
Peadar Tóibín: Govt and EirGrid face 'significant resistance' if they try to overground project
All time
Govt won't oppose Bill that aims to introduce a separate offence for pet theft
Further protests planned over Navan A&E with Dublin protest not ruled out
Closure of Navan A&E is 'built into' HSE's 'fresh look' review, say local TDs
'It's D-Day for Navan A&E' crowd told, as thousands attend protest
Govt won't be dropping motorway tolls as part of its plan to tackle the cost-of-living surge
Peadar Tóibín names Soldier F under parliamentary privilege in the Dáil
Criticism of British Ambassador's refusal to appear before Good Friday Agreement committee
30 cases taken against the State over Covid-19 deaths in care settings
FactCheck: Does Irish law allow for 'gender selection abortions'?
Legislation to ensure pubs and restaurants can serve alcohol outdoors to go to Cabinet in the coming days
'Imagine someone clicked their fingers and you had no family or history, that's the reality for thousands of us'
'She doesn't get paid for that': Dáil told of student nurse whose patient's toe 'came off in his sock'
There was another 'unparliamentary language' incident in the Dáil today
The Candidate Podcast: Richard Boyd Barrett, Peadar Tóibín and Catherine Murphy answer your election questions
What are your big election questions for Richard Boyd Barrett and Peadar Tóibín? It's YOUR chance to ask
Claim that Sinn Féin TDs have 'zero' influence over policies is untrue, says McDonald
Aontú withdraws application for injunction against RTÉ
Aontú launches its election campaign today... but the party is relying on 'grassroots' to fund it
TD told he has no right to speak on behalf of beef farmers in High Court
'Heartbroken': After defeat in 2018, what's next for Ireland's pro-life campaigns?
Peadar Tóibín tells Dáil that family at centre of Holles Street termination case believe it was an "illegal abortion"
Aontú sets its sights on Dáil seats as new party wins a handful of seats in the locals
Peadar Tóibín hits out at larger parties: 'If you vote Fianna Fáil, you get Fine Gael'
'There is extraordinary division in Ireland': Aontú to stand 60 candidates in upcoming elections
Ireland's newest political party is called 'Aontú' but what does it mean?
Peadar Tóibín: 'Some in Sinn Féin are hurt and angry and are not talking to me at all'
Cavan councillor quits Fianna Fáil to join Peadar Tóibín's new party
'It's archaic': Request to collect more data on women who seek abortions heavily defeated in Dáil
Tóibín signs up two members to his new 'Euro-critical party' which aims to protect 'all human life'
Peadar Tóibín resigns from Sinn Féin and hints about setting up a new party
Tóibín says he only learned he had lost Culture Committee chairmanship when he read it online
Peadar Tóibín suspended from Sinn Féin for six months for voting against abortion legislation