Archive for : January, 2020

Carers and people with disabilities hit in Fianna Fáil manifesto debacle

28th January, 2020

FF gives €267 million tax cut to the wealthy, but only €10 over five years to carers and people with disabilities The debacle of......

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Fianna Fáil’s uncosted fictional manifesto will be disastrous for the country

25th January, 2020

Fine Fáil’s General Election manifesto is an uncosted work of fiction that will have a disastrous impact on the country, Fine Gael’s Director of......

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Donohoe calls on FF to withdraw reckless SSIA proposal in advance of manifesto launch

23rd January, 2020

Is this what change looks like: fewer houses? Minister Paschal Donohoe has today (Thursday) called on Fianna Fáil to withdraw its proposal for an......

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Minister Donohoe travels to Brussels to discuss digital tax

21st January, 2020

Meeting with Chancellor Javid also scheduled for UK’s last ECOFIN meeting The Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, will today......

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Making Life Easier for Families with Fine Gael

20th January, 2020

Fine Gael in government will use benefits of a strong economy to make life easier for families The Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure and......

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Fine Gael Champion Flexible Working for Better Work/Life Balance, Right to Disconnect

16th January, 2020

Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure & Reform, Paschal Donohoe and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys, today (Thursday the 16th of......

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More and better jobs by getting the best Brexit deal

16th January, 2020

Fine Gael’s plan will create almost 200,000 additional new jobs by 2025 There will be more and better jobs under a Fine Gael Government......

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Brexit is only at half time, now is not the time to take chances with Ireland’s future

15th January, 2020

Fine Gael delivered a good deal on Brexit, Fianna Fáil and Sinn Fein a risk too far to lead off the second half Martin......

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Minister Donohoe announced change to USC to as a result of the increase in National Minimum Wage

10th January, 2020

Following on from a Government announcement in December to increase the National Minimum Wage by 30c from €9.80 to €10.10 per hour from 1......

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Minister Donohoe updates Budget 2020 forecasts & makes provision for changes in corporation tax receipts

9th January, 2020

Potential for disorderly Brexit in 2020 now subsided allowing for growth figures to be updated to more accurately reflect economic position GDP to grow......

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