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# Cost of Living

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Truss defends vast tax cuts will herald 'decade of dynamism' amid hostile reception
Thousands march across Dublin in cost of living protest
As inflation continues, Govt says no to price caps and yes to spending more on Ukraine military
Poll: Would you consider leaving Ireland due to the high cost of living?
Money Diaries: Have you curbed your spending - would you like to keep a diary for us? reader
Organisers expect ‘very many thousands’ at cost of living protest in Dublin on Saturday
Analysis: Dysfunctional housing policy is failing a generation of renters
Victor Duggan
Opinion: The cost of living crisis is eating into disposable income - can Budget 2023 help?
Ralph Benson
Hundreds attend cost-of-living protest in Cork city
Taoiseach to engage with ministers on the issue of police on public transport
Taoiseach pours cold water over suggestion to reduce inheritance tax threshold
Majority of young people considering moving abroad for better quality of life
Coveney says government is 'ruling nothing out' in response to cost-of-living crisis
Green Party believes being in Government is 'right thing to do for the country'
Majority of Irish people 'worse off' financially than they were 12 months ago
Annual inflation eases slightly from last month's 38-year high
Liz Truss to cap household energy bills at £2,500 and lift fracking ban
Customers to receive electricity credit before Christmas, says minister
People Before Profit call for 'radical measures' to tackle sky-high energy prices
Analysis: Governments must act before energy prices break consumers' backs
Victor Duggan
'Significant intervention is needed': Coalition leaders to meet to discuss rising energy costs
Energy-saving tips: How can you tell which appliances use the most power?
Some applicants waiting up to 8 weeks for emergency welfare payment
Exchequer records surplus of €6.3 billion as coalition plots Budget to tackle cost of living crisis
Fares on Nitelink bus services in Dublin to be reduced from tonight
St Vincent de Paul received 30 calls an hour from parents unable to meet back to school costs
Soaring energy prices lead to record Eurozone inflation as Gazprom suspends gas to Germany
'Absurd and frightening': How high could 'skyrocketing' energy prices go this winter?
Taoiseach and senior ministers discuss energy security and price issues
Price hikes: SSE Airtricity to increase gas bills by 39% and electricity by 35.4%
Britain's energy price cap to rise more than 80% from October
Church leaders 'deeply concerned' at government action on cost-of-living crisis
Childcare fees will fall for the vast majority of parents under 'big' Budget package
Electricity supply companies may be charged more between 5pm-7pm under new energy plans
Personal loans up significantly for home improvements, while decreasing for car purchases
€22.7 million paid out so far this year on emergency social welfare payments
Call for all social welfare payments to be increased by €20 as older people 'turn off heating'
Jump in emergency welfare payments reflects what's happening on the ground for families, says SVP
Cost-of-living: Inflation remains at highest level in 38 years at 9.1%
Govt plans fare reductions on commercial buses for 19 to 23-year-olds before return to college