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# Catherine Murphy

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Shane Ross: I want something completely and utterly new, Stephen Donnelly doesn't
Just how many new parties are we going to have before the next election?
Irish Water: No rules were broken when GMC Sierra won metering contract
Here's how much money local authorities have given to Irish Water
One Irish county has way more roads than all the others. Guess which one?
Could Revenue go after unpaid water charges? You'll find out next week
These TDs and Senators are refusing to pay water charges. Here's why...
The massive row that shut down the Dáil on Wednesday is only getting worse
Three TDs have been suspended from the Dáil after a massive row
New census questions are this week's first cut-back casualty
They didn't want her, but the Technical Group had an 'amicable' meeting with Lucinda Creighton today
Left-wing independent TDs meet today, but here's why a new party isn't happening soon
Lucinda Creighton says she's joined the Dáil Technical Group - but they don't want her
Left Alliance? Independent TDs deny that they're about to form a new political party
'We are on the cusp of a government without Fianna Fáil or Fine Gael'
TDs stand for Gaza as Deaf community makes Dáil history
Housing Bill dismissed as a 'ridiculous ploy' to make the government 'look better'
TD calls for Tuam mass grave to be declared a crime scene
There's a lot of talk, but a new political party is not imminent. Here's why...
'You can turn off the tap' - Enda Kenny's advice on conserving water
David Hall insists he's finished with Fianna Fáil as he launches by-election bid
'Getting worse by the night': TDs debate Ireland's growing housing crisis
Ballot papers in May's elections will be 'unfair and misleading'
There will be no change to the 'ludicrous situation' where absent TDs means unanswered questions
'Ireland is the best little country in the world in which to run as an independent'
Six TDs and one MEP launch new political network for independents tomorrow
Six TDs will launch a network of independent election candidates later this month
TDs will provide 'support system' for election candidates - but insist they're not a party
'His situation is untenable': Eight TDs say Alan Shatter should go
Dáil won't allow Rabbitte to disclose breakdown of RTÉ payout over homophobia controversy
‘Liberals don’t like my thinking’: TD claims he was ousted over abortion views
'The elephant in the room': Government's Dáil reforms do little to appease opposition
Government criticised for poor turnout at ‘burn the bondholders’ debate
‘It’s odious debt’: Dáil to debate ‘burning the bondholders’ tonight and tomorrow
Column: Paying top-ups to senior staff raises serious questions about hospital operations
Catherine Murphy TD
Column: A proper Halloween Festival in Ireland could have astounding economic benefits
Catherine Murphy TD
"James Reilly is a reforming minister" says ministerial colleague
Questions raised over lack of records for Emergency Needs Payments
FG TD slams Technical Group for facilitating debate on Ming's Cannabis Bill
Ceann Comhairle: 'Parliament has to be independent of Government'