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# Paschal Donohoe

Last week
30th June 2024 - 13th July 2024
Corporation tax boosts overall tax take for first half of 2024
Last month
June 2024
Taoiseach says people with convictions should be removed from the Defence Forces
Ministers still at loggerheads over RTÉ funding as Martin says broadcasting tax not ‘palatable’
Overhaul of Ireland's mental health law further delayed despite Govt promises for progress
‘First of its kind’ procurement arrangement allows public bodies to buy remanufactured laptops
Coalition bullish and sticks the boot in, saying predictions of SF-led Govt ‘have been shattered’
Questions are being asked today around whether Sinn Féin has run too many candidates across the country.
This year
This is NOT a photo of Paschal Donohoe skydiving
Budget surplus of €8.6 billion expected, but there would be a deficit without corporation tax
Paschal Donohoe 'not planning' to step down from Cabinet role, will contest general election
Public sector pay deal ratified by 'sizeable majority' of trade union members
Paschal Donohoe endorses Harris and says he did not canvass for a leadership bid of his own
Paschal Donohoe appears to rule himself out for the top IMF job
Long-delayed new mental health law to be brought forward before the summer
Donohoe: Govt must consider bringing RTÉ under remit of C&AG but 'it's not simple'
Meanwhile, the Labour Party has said it will not table a motion of no confidence in Catherine Martin.
Donohoe 'confident' gardaí will bring cases forward over recent arson attacks around the country
Donohoe claims €2.9 billion pay deal was offered to unions, who say agreement 'lacks credibility'
Last year
Taoiseach says he would 'hate' if Ireland became a country that blames migrants for its problems
No public sector pay deal before Christmas after talks break down
Total Government expenditure ceiling increases to €96.7 billion in revised Budget 2024 estimate
Paschal Donohoe refuses to rule out interest in top IMF job
Speculation Donohoe has eye on IMF job but minister says he’s running in next election
Govt green lights extra €4bn in spending, including close to €1bn on health
Paschal Donohoe says RTÉ redundancy packages ‘need to be consistent with public service pay-offs’
'We should tread carefully': Donohoe urges caution on suggestion of Revenue collecting TV licence
Donohoe reiterates that €40m additional funding conditional on RTÉ reforms being implemented
Donohoe says he'll listen to unions on bid to remove emergency legislation as part of pay talks
Unions invited to discuss public sector pay by Minister Donohoe
State intends to continue the reduction of its stake in AIB, dropping it to 40%
Concern that tented accommodation options for Ukrainian refugees are running out ahead of winter
Slowdown in inflation welcomed by ministers, with energy prices falling
‘Too early to say’ if Ireland will be asked to pay more towards future EU budgets, Donohoe says
Donohoe won't get into 'war of words' over health budget, says financial controls are needed
Women face higher costs than men in life, says minister at workplace menopause policy launch
New Children’s Hospital to be completed by October 2024, but uncertainty remains over open date
Govt walking into trouble with warnings health system underfunding will have 'freeze effect'
Budget 2024: Some changes kicked in at midnight - others won't take effect for quite a while
Coalition leaders expected to finalise budget details on tax, health and social welfare
O'Gorman to push hard for significant childcare fee cuts in meeting with Donohoe tomorrow
Corporation tax receipts fall to €1.8 billion in September, exchequer returns show
Minister says €1 billion drop in corporation tax highlights ‘vulnerabilities’ in public finances