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#Minister Interviews

# minister-interviews - Sunday 28 April, 2013

Education Minister: ‘Do we really need 150 minutes of religion class per week?’

In a recent broad-ranging interview, Ruairí Quinn talks patronage, third-level fees, Margaret Thatcher’s funeral and his own future.

# minister-interviews - Tuesday 23 April, 2013

'Nothing on the table' to provoke teachers' strike, says Minister

Ruairí Quinn said it is “far too early” to say if legislation will be brought to legislate for pay cuts following the rejection of Croke Park II.