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Now is the time to renew our commitment to building a truly shared future. To redouble our efforts to build connections & trust between traditions on our island so that in each area of the Good Friday Agreement we make tangible progress on reconciliation #SharedIsland https://t.co/BmHuar03LE
Taoiseach @MichealMartinTD says the genius of the Good Friday Agreement is that we can all work together for a shared future without in any way relinquishing our equally legitimate ambitions and beliefs; nationalist, unionist, or neither | https://t.co/RyQZrgB1Lf https://t.co/Op4cOBu4XB
The Shared island agenda is a priority for this Govt. It is a broad, positive and practical agenda. All sections of society, North and South - nationalist, unionist or neither - can engage with this fully and confidently #SharedIsland https://t.co/y3DsoQTX7S
With focus on Covid it’s important we don’t miss big positive events in the world around us. The intervention of Pope Francis on the rights of gay couples is just such a moment. It represents momentous leadership and will hopefully be a catalyst for change throughout the Church.
This evening, as we think about the next six weeks of increased restrictions at Level 5, we just need to remember that we are doing this to protect our families and the most vulnerable in our communities. We will come through it and we will see each other again. #LockdownEve
Sterling work being done by the crews emptying gullies on Sth Terrace & South Mall & removing sand bags and gel bags after the flood receded. A suction tanker hoovers up water on Oliver Plunkett St Council crews pumped water from 2 homes on Probys Quay. #corkfloods https://t.co/UMYsVNayCS
As the clean-up operation continues following this morning’s floods in Cork, Govt has agreed that the necessary supports will be made available through the existing humanitarian & business schemes https://t.co/MtIrH5RAto
We as a people, are much stronger than we realise. We are more resilient than we can imagine. These are the toughest of times, but the Irish people will persevere, and we will come through this, together. Ar Scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine #COVID19 https://t.co/WF1jHfKqX8
Arrival and doorstep statement by @MichealMartinTD, Taoiseach of #Ireland, at the #EUCO, taking place today in #Brussels. "It's important to ensure a comprehensive and fair free-trade deal between the #UK and the #EU" https://t.co/bAOd01CyRH
From midnight tomorrow Cavan, Donegal & Monaghan will move to Level 4 of the Govt’s Plan for Living with #COVID19 If we all collectively adhere to the guidelines and adapt our behaviour we can beat the virus https://t.co/xZg9qQQtel
Today’s #Budget2021 assigns €500m to the work of our new Shared Island Unit over the next 5 years. I’ve made it clear since becoming Taoiseach that transforming the cross border agenda is a priority. Today’s announcement is a v big step towards delivering that vision