FF takes on crisis ministries as Martin vows ‘urgency’
The Dáil is expected to sit for most of July so that the new government’s jobs stimulus plan can be produced
Micheál Martin, the new Taoiseach, has vowed to reboot the economy with “urgency and ambition” as leader of a historic three-party coalition.
His Fianna Fáil party took over ministerial responsibility for housing and health from Fine Gael, in a sign of its determination to deliver change in these departments.
The first ever coalition involving Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael led the new Tánaiste Leo Varadkar to declare that it...
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Analysis: Commission on Taxation deadline means no major changes in next Budget
The body tasked with finding new ways to pay for increased social supports will report in July 2022 so any impact will be deferred for at least a year
Limiting applicants to top Department of Finance job ‘brings us back to the bad old days’
Government ‘intent on producing its own version of Reeling in the Years’ by not opening applications to those outside the civil service, according to Ged Nash
FG’s Richmond says a Commonwealth return would represent an olive branch to unionists
The TD is set to address Cambridge University advocating that Ireland rejoin the British Commonwealth
Top civil servants in line for almost €40,000 pay raise each next year
Nineteen secretaries general could receive a salary boost as part of the restoration of pay cuts introduced during the financial crash