Meanwhile, In Government Buildings


This afternoon.

Government Buildings, Dublin 2

Minister for Finance Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe presents his Budget 2020documents before addressing the Dail..

In the event of No Deal, €650 million is to be made available to support the Agriculture, Enterprise and Tourism sectors and to assist the most affected citizens and regions.

Of this, €220 million will be deployed immediately in the event of a No Deal.

From this, €110 million for enterprises has been identified for the first wave of funding for targeted new interventions to help vulnerable but viable firms adjust to a No Deal Brexit….

More as we get it it.


€2.5bn will be allocated to the Housing Programme in 2020, according to Minister Donohoe. A further €20m will go to homeless services

Budget 2020: Minister announcing measures in Dáil (RTÉ)

Earlier: The New Green Hard Brexit Budget 2020




Via Political Irish

8 thoughts on “Meanwhile, In Government Buildings

  1. eoin

    Is it true the single biggest winner from all of this Brexit moolah is the enterprise where Simon Coveney’s brother is the boss, Greencore?

  2. Bort

    “€2.5bn will be allocated to the Housing Programme in 2020” We’ll see!
    They already want to restrict the “help to buy scheme”, which is a load of b0ll1x anyway because it’s only for buying new builds.

  3. Gabby

    50 cent increase on the winter fuel allowance? No, more likely a 25 cent extra tax on a packet of fags. Big grants for 5-star new hotels and a few bob more to build public authority housing. I’m not getting excited.

  4. Dr.Fart

    if the gov. could privatise climate action they would. slapping a tax on carbon does literally nothing other than generate more money for the gov. Does nothing to save the environment. Typical short-sightedness from an utterly useless party.

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