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Taoiseach

in the Republic of Ireland, the Prime Minister and head of government appointed by the President on the nomination of DAIL EIREANN.
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The fact remains that it was the IRA that did carry out the Northern Bank robbery and as the Prime Minister and the Taioseach said yesterday therefore it is the IRA that is the sole obstacle to moving forward.
RYAN Tubridy called for the Taioseach to join him on The Late Late Show but instead he has a starry line-up which includes controversial singer Sinead O'Connor.
The prospect of tax cuts clearly wet the lips of delegate Kethleen Woulfe from Middleton in Cork, and she gave the Taioseach a full-on kiss to prove it Earlier Michael Noonan told Ard Fheis delegates at the RDS in Dublin that taxes were much too high and he was determined to bring them down.
VOTING HABIT: Nuns wait their turn BALLOT RE-RUN: Taioseach Brian Cowen and wife Molly cast their votes
The taioseach, Bertie Ahern, has even claimed that Sinn Fein leaders Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness were aware of the planning of the raid.
The heads of government hope to achieve this by June, but that is a very short timescale and it is by no means certain that agreement will be achieved by then - Taioseach Bertie Ahern's considerable charm and negotiating ability notwithstanding.
Irish Taioseach Bertie Ahern became the first foreign Prime Minister to address the assembly when he delivered a speech on March 1.
We have made progress, we have been able to narrow the differences between the parties and that has justified the involvement of the Taioseach and the Prime Minister.
Taioseach Enda Kenny gave the final award to champion of the homeless, Father Peter McVerry.
Taioseach and Kennedys prepare to cut tape at homestead in Co Wexford yesterday
The Taioseach, who has come under immense political pressure over the budget cuts he has been forced to make to secure the money, said the deal was "necessary for our country and our people".
Front row from left, Welsh Deputy First Minister Ieuan Wyn Jones, Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Northern Ireland First Minister Dr Ian Paisley, Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness, Irish Taioseach Bertie Ahern and Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond Picture: PAUL FAITH