Ireland will remain outside the American coronavirus travel ban, President Trump has confirmed.
The Taoiseach and Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin are to meet this evening amid growing suggestions the Dáil will be dissolved before its scheduled return next week.
The Taoiseach has dismissed opposition calls to introduce a rent freeze despite renters paying significantly higher amounts than at the height of the boom.
Considering that the latest opinion polls are showing Fine Gael has made electoral gains in the opinion polls, it must have been a great temptation for Taoiseach and party leader Leo Varadkar to hold a general election before Christmas.
The Dáil’s return tomorrow after an eight-week break begins what is set to be a defining period in Irish politics.
The think-in — also known or disparaged as away days, team-building weekends, bonding breaks, and time-and-money-down-the-drain exercises — is a fad borrowed by political parties from the world of business.
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Throwing money at a crisis is no longer acceptable in Ireland. Eddie Hobbs says it is time for the Government to catch up with the values of its people.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says a no-deal Brexit would lead to a “period of chaos” which would need his Government, the EU, and Britain to figure out a solution.
A no-deal Brexit could impact the public finances so much this year that key projects will be jeopardised, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has warned his ministerial colleagues.
In the Dáil, Mr Varadkar rejected allegations that he was doing damage to farmers by eating less meat.
New hospital services and projects could be cancelled or significantly delayed as a direct result of the runaway €1.4bn cost of the national children’s hospital.
The budget for State cars and drivers for the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, the President, Michael D Higgins and other members of a select State funded group cost over €1m last year.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar described the current housing crisis as an "enormous issue" on the Late Late Show, especially when children become homeless.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said growing Cork and other regional cities "twice as fast as Dublin" is a priority for Government.
Politicians here have been reacting to the fallout from a dramatic morning of Brexit developments.
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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary thousands of stranded passengers "who pay the wages" of directors and pilots could hit back at the airline if his pay talks stand-off continue to escalate.
GAA pundit Pat Spillane has criticised an “urban perception” that rural Ireland is simply a drain on the economy.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he is “more optimistic” about the October Brexit deadline being met but that a backstop as an “insurance policy” must be written into a final deal.
The Taoiseach wants proposals brought before Cabinet by the end of the year, to expunge the convictions of men for being gay prior to 1993.
The Government must rule out any visit by President Trump to Ireland following barbaric treatment of migrant children.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has insisted he is “not interested” in calling a snap election, yet three of his ministers have said a September election is likely.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s intervention in the planning process for a windfarm, at the behest of Donald Trump, has triggered claims that the move reeks of “clientelism”.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned that Northern Ireland is “sliding towards” direct rule from Britain after the collapse of talks between Sinn Féin and the DUP about forming a government.
LATEST: The CEO of Permanent TSB today stated his desire to see people wrongly taken off tracker mortgages compensated by Christmas.
The Taoiseach has warned the banks to repay the thousands of people they wrongly took off tracker mortgages and apologise. However, Leo Varadkar said as far as he is concerned, the deadline for the repayment and apology was “yesterday”.
Some €170m of taxpayers’ money is spent on public relations by the Government and its agencies, according to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
US president Donald Trump has congratulated Taoiseach Leo Varadkar on his “great victory” in becoming Fine Gael leader.
Social Protection Minister Leo Varadkar has dismissed claims Ireland must cut a deal with Britain because the EU does not listen to this country.
"Any reasonable person" can see some of US presidential candidate elect Donald Trump's comments are "racist, sexist and misogynistic", Social Protection Minister Leo Varadkar has said.
The INMO says talks aimed at averting strike action by nurses are expected to continue until late tonight.
The Health Minister Leo Varadkar has said it is indefensible that any patient should spend more than 24 hours on a trolley in the Emergency Department.
The Health Minister Leo Varadkar has ruled out placing health warnings on bacon and meat products.
Minister for Health Leo Varadkar has committed to opening an extra 300 hospital beds by the end of the year to try and tackle overcrowding in emergency departments.
The Health Minister says a rise in support for the Government in a new opinion poll is 'encouraging'.
Health Minister Leo Varadkar has today reassured expectant mothers that maternity services in Ireland are safe.
Minister for Health Leo Varadkar has promised to reduce waiting times for inpatients and day case treatment to 15 months by year end.
Transport Minister Leo Varadkar has hinted he would have a preference for moving to health in the upcoming Cabinet reshuffle, but has stressed it is a sector where there will always be difficulties.
Transport Minister Leo Varadkar expressed support for the retention of the travel pass for older people as Age Action launched a campaign to protect it.
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Tourism Minister Leo Varadkar has defended Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s decision to march in the controversial St Patrick’s Day Parade in New York.
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