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# Frances Fitzgerald

Last month
March 2024
Former Fine Gael Justice Minister criticises Govt for leaving asylum seekers on the streets
This year
EU agrees on first law that combats violence against women
Ireland urged to show 'courage and conviction' to help pass stalled EU law on sexual violence
Last year
Frances Fizgerald says she will not run again in next European election
Irish MEPs highlight the importance of cash as digital Euro plans advance
Fianna Fáil MEPs expect 'a big shift to the right' in the upcoming elections, pushing them out
Lack of urgency to tackle violence against women 'unacceptable', Frances Fitzgerald says
All time
Coalition leaders to resume talks on Phil Hogan's replacement
Simon Coveney not ruling himself out for EU Commissioner post
Frances Fitzgerald 'very concerned' about UK wish to abandon European Arrest Warrant scheme
'I wasn't aware of it': Tánaiste denies knowing protection money was being paid to criminals on construction sites
Mick Wallace becomes emotional during last Dáil address before he heads off to Europe
Is the Charleton tribunal and Maurice McCabe raised on the doorsteps with Fitzgerald? 'Not particularly'
Fine Gael European election candidate says May vote can send 'green jersey' message to Brexiteers
Taoiseach says Frances Fitzgerald could be considered for Cabinet in the future
'They demanded her head on a plate': Harris says Fitzgerald deserves an apology from opposition leaders
Poll: Would you be happy to see Frances Fitzgerald return as a minister?
'It was not a lazy dodging': Former Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald vindicated by Charleton report
Naughten admits more private meetings with head of broadband bidding group
Will Frances Fitzgerald be made a minister again? She was up front and centre at this year's think-in
Dozens of 'non-existent' emails between former Minister for Justice and PR firm discovered
Law to make penalty for incest equal for men and women approved by Cabinet
'You really need to think about this': What happened in the Nóirín module at the Disclosures Tribunal
Tribunal hears of plan to 'go after' McCabe
'Did you not ask yourself what is going on?': Frances Fitzgerald faced with tough questions at Tribunal
Ahead of her evidence tomorrow, tribunal hears about Frances Fitzgerald's emails
'We are going after him': Questions but few answers on explosive day at the Disclosures Tribunal
The Tribunal will look at the scandal that almost brought the government down this week
Taoiseach fails to rule out Frances Fitzgerald as a presidential candidate
Change of plans: Barrister to head up review into Justice Department's email trawl
Leo Varadkar on political crisis: 'It wasn't some poker game with Micheál Martin'
Opinion: How badly damaged has the Taoiseach been?
Larry Donnelly
Taoiseach expected to announce new Tánaiste tomorrow - as he says Fitzgerald will play a senior role in the party
Poll: Are you glad there won't be an election before Christmas?
'I want to stay at the highest level of political life and vindicate my good name' - Fitzgerald comes out swinging
Charlie Flanagan apologises to Taoiseach and Dáil for giving 'inaccurate' information
'On the edge of turmoil': What the world media made of the Frances Fitzgerald controversy
'I believe it is necessary': Frances Fitzgerald resigns as Tánaiste following whistleblower email controversy
A Tipperary woman also called Frances Fitzgerald is having a tough time on Twitter today
Former minister says next Dáil may have to dissolve 'at earliest possible moment' over constituency changes