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Verdict: FF is the party of disorder – Harris

Minister Simon Harris said today (Wednesday) that Fianna Fáil is the party of disorder.

Micheál Martin signed off on savage cuts to pensioners’ benefits – Doherty

Fine Gael TD for Meath East, Regina Doherty, said today (Wednesday) that Micheál Martin sat at cabinet table and agreed to savage cuts to pensioners benefits.

SF attempted hijacking of the recovery won’t work: they don’t have any policies to sustain job creation - Donohoe

Minister Paschal Donohoe has said that Sinn Féin’s attempts to hijack the recovery simply won’t work, because they have no policies to sustain job creation. Instead, Sinn Féin’s disastrous policies would kill the recovery and cost us 200,000 jobs.

Martin silence on jobs frightening; 200k fewer jobs under FF would kill recovery - Coveney

In response to Micheál Martin’s interview on RTÉ, Minster Simon Coveney said that Fianna Fáil have again demonstrated their zero credibility on the economy and it is the same old Fianna Fáil, offering higher taxes and no jobs plan.

Govt committed to tackling gangland crime - Donohoe

Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport and Fine Gael Dublin Central General Election candidate, Paschal Donohoe, has welcomed the announcement this afternoon (Tuesday) by Justice Minister, Frances Fitzgerald, of an initial €5 million to support An Garda Síochána in the fight against gangland crime.

Spending without reform: FF health policy shows they’ve learned nothing – Varadkar

The Minister for Health, Leo Varadkar TD has accused Fianna Fáil of having learned nothing, with its health policy committing to keeping the HSE in place, offering no major reforms and raising serious questions about Billy Kelleher’s plans for the Dublin Fire Brigade ambulance service.

Supporting Working Families – Fine Gael’s plans to make work pay more than welfare

An Taoiseach and Fine Gael Leader, Enda Kenny TD and the Minister of State at the Department of Finance, Wicklow Deputy Simon Harris today (Tuesday) launched the party’s plans to support working families by making work pay. The plan included details of a new Working Family Payment, to ensure that every parent working 15 hours or more per week takes home at least €11.75 per hour.

Sinn Féin confirms €2.6bn tax bomb – Donohoe

Following the release of Sinn Féin’s manifesto today (Tuesday), Minister Paschal Donohoe has said the party has confirmed its plans for a €2.6 billion tax bomb that would destroy the recovery.

Supporting Working Families – Fine Gael’s plans to make work pay more than welfare

Today, Fine Gael launched the party’s plans to support working families by making work pay.