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# Micheál Martin

20th June 2024
Report exposing 'extreme risks' in National Ambulance Service 'kept under wraps', Dáil hears
Children due to go on holidays being used as 'pawns' in Aer Lingus dispute, Taoiseach claims
This week
16th June 2024 - 21st June 2024
Military group accuses Tánaiste of ignoring Defence Bill concerns and causing low morale
Jack Chambers announced as deputy leader of Fianna Fáil
FF MEPs to stick to position on von der Leyen as Martin says he'll 'engage' with them on vote
'We'll go the distance': Tánaiste steadies ship as another coalition leader heads for the door
The players may have changed, but the game remains the same, was the Tánaiste’s message today.
Last week
9th June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Pressure on coalition to cut and run with early election, but leaders say they're going all the way
This month
June 2024
Micheál Martin not ruling out another coalition with Green Party, citing 'strong' economy
EU sanctions for Israel? A 'non-starter' for now says one expert
Last month
May 2024
Fianna Brawl: 'Not in public' hisses Martin as candidate criticises party at manifesto launch
Micheál Martin says people have concerns about migration but vast majority oppose violence
Tánaiste visits Irish troops in Lebanon today and will meet Lebanese Government officials
Bottom of the class: Fianna Fáil running fewer women in local elections than any other party
Dublin and Monaghan bombings: Answers sought from UK over 'unacceptable' justice failure
Tánaiste denies that asylum seekers in tents on streets is 'Ireland's Rwanda policy'
Tánaiste on the Portal: 'Would we say some fella let the class down when we're roaring laughing?'
Threats to election candidates from minority backgrounds 'dangerously off the wall', Tánaiste says
Tánaiste to raise concerns with Lebanese officials over progress in Pte Sean Rooney murder case
Ireland aims to recognise Palestinian State on 21 May as Tánaiste hopes more countries will come on board
Military group accuses Govt of 'ignoring' key report on new defence laws
The Defence (Amendment) Bill 2024 if brought into law will see significant changes to how the Irish Defence Forces function.
Tánaiste and PBP accuse each other of 'lies' during Dáil clash over Triple Lock
UK says Tánaiste 'confirmed' no gardaí will be sent to border for migration checks
Tánaiste Micheál Martin had a ‘constructive phone call’ with Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris last night.
Government urges those going on post-Leaving Cert holidays to 'travel wise'
April 2024
Opposition warns on neutrality as Government moves to scrap 'triple lock' to send army overseas
Tánaiste says McEntee’s 80% claim on asylum seekers crossing border ‘not statistical’
Sunak says migrants crossing from Northern Ireland into Republic shows Rwanda plan is working
‘Too early’ to judge if Rwanda plan is causing influx of cross-border migration, says UK Government
Tánaiste says previous inquiry into Whiddy Island disaster will be ‘further examined’
Cuts to UNRWA funding 'completely unacceptable', Martin says as he visits refugee camp
Martin and the Irish delegation toured an UNWRA-funded school and medical clinic at the site this morning.
Ireland facing 'pushback' against efforts to review EU trade deal with Israel - Tánaiste
Government will give 'very serious consideration' to redress scheme for Stardust families
The families of the victims have been through “an enormous trauma”, Martin said.
Harris says moment of recognising the state of Palestine is 'very close'
Martin says 'legitimate' concerns have been raised about proposed hate speech legislation
Bertie Ahern says election should be in mid-June and gives his top tip to Simon Harris
Fines social media companies will get for breach of care will be 'significant, Foley says
Government to bring forward proposals for a dedicated transport police, says Martin
After weeks of the Fine Gael show, FF moves back into the spotlight with party's Ard Fheis
Tánaiste in favour of postponing patent referendum to allow more time for 'proper preparation'
FF says it will not invite Israeli or Russian ambassador to party Ard Fheis this weekend
Ireland recognising State of Palestine would 'give hope', Ambassador says