The European Affairs Minister has said Ireland would "absolutely not" accept the reopening of the UK's Withdrawal Agreement.
The Minister for European Affairs has dismissed the suggestion that other EU countries will “sell us down the river” in Brexit negotiations.
An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and European Affairs Minister Helen McEntee have announced they are to travel to Budapest this morning to meet with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.
Compulsory long-term insurance, means-tested co-payments, and funding through taxation are among the options put forward in a new report that will inform debate around the future funding of formal statutory home care.
The need for 24/7 crisis community-based mental health services was raised with the Mental Health Minister Helen McEntee yesterday when she was handed a petition signed by 12,000 people demanding better services.
The country’s youngest female TD has said the Government must address concerns about the mental health of unemployed young people, many of whom are turning to drink and drugs.
The newest TD in the Dáil has called for the voting age to be lowered to 16 for all elections and for politics to be taught in the school curriculum so young people take a greater interest in it.
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