Dr James Reilly was routinely monstered by the media for his many failures as Minister for Health, so why is Leo Varadkar being given an easy ride? Dr James Reilly was routinely monstered by the media for his many failures as Minister for Health, so ... Irish Independent, 1 day ago
Leo Varadkar compares universal health insurance to Irish Water scandal - Irish Examiner, 6 days ago
U-turn on Universal Health Insurance confirms chaotic state of Govt Chambers - Noodls, 1 week ago
Former health minister James Reilly admits having to cut €113million from medical card budget is his 'biggest regret'
Former health minister James Reilly has admitted his biggest regret is being forced to cut €113million from the medical card budget. But he insisted he tried to fight the measure which caused national uproar and affected thousands of vulnerable ...Irish Mirror, 3 days ago On Medicare? Time to Pay Attention Center for Health Reporting, 1 day ago Universal Health Insurance still important part of government policy says James Reilly Irish Examiner, 6 days ago Universal Health Insurance: James Reilly refused to take his medicine Irish Examiner, 1 week ago
- by Kathryn Reilly Addressing the Minister of State for Primary Care, Mental Health and Disability Kathleen Lynch, Senator Kathryn Reilly highlighted the 29 month waiting times for joint physiotherapy and occupational therapy assessment in the ...Sinn Fein, 1 week ago
Published on Thursday1stOctober2015 Minister for Health Leo Varadkar has announced the appointment of Professor Alan Reilly to chair a working group to develop a code of practice for food marketing, promotion and sponsorship. Professor Alan Reilly ...MerrionStreet.ie, 1 month ago Voluntary industry code of practice aims to tackle obesity Irish Medical Times, 1 month ago
American consumers are spending. That's the message of top fund managers and strategists, who say consumer resilience in the face of a slow-growing economy may make the consumer sector a good place to invest in 2016. "The consumer, we continue ...NewsMax.com, 7 hours ago
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Fine Gael deputy leader James Reilly has demanded an abortion referendum early in the next term of government, claiming Irish women who have terminations in the UK are being forced to "sneak back in like criminals". Fine Gael deputy leader James ...Irish Independent, 3 days ago FG deputy leader Reilly calls to repeal Eighth Amendment Irish Independent, 3 days ago
Attorney General says hospitals did not act outside their powers in making payments The Central Remedial Clinic in Dublin. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times Martin Wall Topics: Enda Kenny James Reilly Central Remedial Clinic Department of ...Irish Times, 2 days ago
THE ISSUE OF abortion is back in the spotlight today, after Minister for Children James Reilly called for a referendum on the issue to take place early in the next Dáil term. The Fine Gael deputy leader told The Sunday Independent that women ...TheJournal.ie, 3 days ago Reilly: 'I wondered if there was any point in staying in politics' Irish Independent, 3 days ago FOX News' Jesse Watters Talks Politics, Comedy, Bill O'Reilly And His New 'Watters World' Monthly Specials [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] Hngn.com, 1 week ago
- by Gerry Adams TD Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD this morning criticised the abject failure of the government in relation to health, following the admission by the Minister for Health that the Universal Health Insurance scheme as promised ...Sinn Fein, 1 week ago Government's health insurance model is a textbook case of flawed policy making Comment Irish Independent, 1 week ago Government decision to drop universal health insurance was inevitable IMPACT Impact.ie, 1 week ago Universal healthcare was promised but has not been delivered Comment Irish Independent, 2 months ago
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