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# Pearse Doherty

February 2024
Pledge made 7 years ago that children wouldn't wait on scoliosis surgery has been broken, Dáil hears
'You’re all sound, noise and fury with no substance': Martin and Doherty clash over housing
Minister will amend law to close vulture fund legal loophole impacting mortgage-holders
Central Bank confirms vulture fund legal loophole means thousands can't turn to ombudsman for help
'Don't start this nonsense': Pearse Doherty and Tánaiste clash heads over TV licence in Dáil
This year
Donegal counselling service for children and adolescents to close due to lack of state funding
Department warned Finance Minister against tax break for landlords in Budget 2024
Last year
Irish banks urged to respond to claims that payments to Gaza have been 'blocked'
Non-bank entities must offer forbearance to mortgage holders under new EU directive, committee told
Doherty says Sinn Féin will 'consider option' of no confidence motion if Helen McEntee does not resign
Minister to propose plan to deal with €4.2m invested in companies in illegal Israeli settlements
'You have no mandate': Heated Dáil exchanges on plan to remove Triple Lock
Heated Dáil exchanges as government accused of ‘double standards’ on Israel and Russia
'Blah, blah, blah, Sinn Féin': Doherty and Martin face off over housing
Govt walking into trouble with warnings health system underfunding will have 'freeze effect'
FactCheck: Is the Government giving landlords twice as much as renters in Budget 2024?
USC cuts, a private jet tax and scrapping carbon tax increases included in SF alternative budget
Stephen Donnelly says speculation on cost of Children’s Hospital is ‘not helpful’
Government to foot the bill for review into RTÉ governance following Tubridy pay scandal
European Central Bank increases interest rates for the eighth time since last summer
Taoiseach to contact victim's family as Dáil reacts to 'stomach-churning' Navan teen assault video
Ceann Comhairle threatens to suspend Dáil amid shouting, says public would be 'disgusted'
Govt expected to sign off on cost-of-living package next week following 'good discussion'
Paschal Donohoe apologises for 'clear mistake' but opposition parties query figures
All time
Tánaiste says there are no current plans to reintroduce mortgage interest relief
1,000 disconnections in first half of this year as minister promises action plan in weeks
Coveney: No surprise in Northern census results but good relationships needed before border poll
Green Party leader accuses Sinn Féin of 'following Tory approach' with energy price cap plan
Coveney says government is 'ruling nothing out' in response to cost-of-living crisis
Varadkar's Dáil comments 'degraded' everyone who's made mistakes in their past, says Senator
In bitter Dáil exchanges, Leo Varadkar says Pearse Doherty 'abused and mistreated' a garda
Telling people to tighten their belts shows Govt is 'out of touch' on cost of living, says SF
'I won't be bullied by you': O'Brien and Doherty clash over State subsidy scheme for developers
Exiting Ulster Bank gives customers six-month 'deadline' to repay their overdrafts
‘No guarantee’ that maternity hospital CPO would be successful – Donnelly
'How many deaths should we tolerate?': Eamon Ryan compares turf plans to the smoking ban
Government defeats Dáil turf ban motion by 72 to 63 votes
'Government doesn't get it': Opposition parties say cost of living package won't go far enough
Explainer: Why is everything more expensive?
Taoiseach and Pearse Doherty clash over champagne gathering and Bobby Storey funeral