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# Howlin

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The law allowing the government to cut public sector pay is being scrapped
Child benefit could be increased by even more than a fiver in Budget 2016
200 more gardaí on the way (and money for new cars too)
Does this pretty much sum up the reaction to #Budget2015?
All tie'd up: Howlin faces tough decisions on Budget wardrobe
"Pretty obnoxious" ... That's what Peter McVerry thinks of the plan to cut the top tax rate
The Briefcase: O'Flynn-v-Blackstone, ghost hotels and South African Sparring partners
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
'We're a normal country now': Brendan Howlin said goodbye to the IMF's man in Dublin today
"Social responsibility" reminder for Electric Ireland after street lights blackout
“We have to do some serious thinking about long-term flood defences” — Howlin
Howlin says he has 'no role' over paying bonuses at semi-state companies
The reviews are over but we may not leave for "a number of years" --- IMF Mission Chief
Howlin: 'I wish this government hadn't come in when our economy was broken'
Tánaiste and Howlin insist: James Reilly is doing a very good job
'The Budget will not be easy': Howlin and Noonan's video preview of Budget 2014
'It's not a good poll': Howlin reacts to Labour's 25-year low
20,000 expected to apply for Garda positions
Howlin: We want to ensure a 'basic threshold of decency' in Budget 2014
Video: Howlin angrily pushes camera away as he is confronted over bank inquiry
Howlin wants to extend Croke Park to 2016 and make extra €1bn savings
Noonan and Howlin on the Troika's eighth review of the bailout
Half of proceeds from sale of State assets can be used for jobs - Howlin
Minister for Public Expenditure spent €47 on toilet sign in €47,000 office makeover