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Last month
March 2024
Varadkar says higher social welfare rates for Ukrainians in State accommodation not sustainable
Varadkar clarifies Six O'Clock Show comments about upcoming care referendum
This year
'You reap what you sow': At the scene of the farmers' protest that shut down Brussels city centre
Smoke filled the air as farmers burned bales, as well as tires and wooden pallets.
Pressure mounts on Sinn Féin to boycott St Patrick's Day trip to Washington
Motion for govt to join South Africa's case against Israel defeated in Dáil
Last year
Varadkar says Israel actions ‘more approaching revenge than self-defence’
Varadkar: Irish unity vote shouldn't require supermajority, but unionists must feel 'wanted'
Taoiseach says Govt won’t remove Garda Commissioner if he loses no-confidence vote
Accenture workers to be offered State help as ‘devastating’ 890 redundancies planned
Weekly reviews of areas 'prone to anti-social behaviour' to take place under new crime action plan
'Definitely not fair': Varadkar rejects claims that his leadership of Fine Gael is in 'drift'
Fine Gael departures 'natural turnover' of TDs before next election, says Varadkar
Varadkar rules out congestion charges for commuters
Sinn Féin meet with Taoiseach and call for 'urgency' on restoring powersharing
'Trans people exist': Taoiseach backs the teaching of gender identity in schools
All time
Cabinet told there are no indications that virus levels are low enough to ease restrictions on 5 May
'They won't be able to cut the grass in a few weeks': Calls for landscapers to be made essential workers
Why this 'Schrödinger's Brexit deal' has more than one father
Peadar Tóibín says Taoiseach's 'prejudice' would've been clear had he spoken about rabbis or imams
No hospital project will be delayed due to children's hospital cost overrun, but 'repairs' will be pushed out
Taoiseach can't say if anyone will be held to account over children's hospital overspend
Leo Varadkar has watched the Roscommon eviction video, but says it doesn't give a 'full understanding' of events