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Summary of Budget 2020

Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, today announced his Budget for 2020 in what may well be the final Budget of the current government. With the ongoing uncertainty about Brexit it was widely expected to be a neutral Budget, with the Government being prudent with the country's finances in the event that there is no no-deal Brexit. It was expected that this Budget would include a carbon tax be more focused on families, including investment into GP services and dentist services for children, along with some investment into education.

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Summary of Budget 2019

Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, today announced his Budget for 2019. Before the Budget, Mr Donohoe was at pains to stress that the Government are being prudent with the country's finances in order to produce a "balanced" budget whilst being focused on the challenges the country would face if there is no deal in relation to Brexit.

Whilst it was widely leaked that this Budget would be more focused on spending increases to invest in health, housing and childcare, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar publicly stated that “this is not an election budget”. 
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