All posts tagged social welfare

Long Covid supports

______________________________________________For Written Answer on : 31/05/2022Question Number(s): 451 Question Reference(s): 27359/22Department: Social ProtectionAsked by: David Stanton T.D.______________________________________________ QUESTION To ask the Minister for Social Protection the supports that are available to frontline workers who are…

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Farm Assist Scheme

______________________________________________For Oral Answer on : 17/05/2022Question Number(s): 80,85 Question Reference(s): 24565/22, 24590/22Department: Social ProtectionAsked by: David Stanton T.D.______________________________________________ QUESTION * To ask the Minister for Social Protection the measures being taken by her Department to…

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Status of persons arriving in Ireland from Ukraine

______________________________________________For Oral Answer on : 29/03/2022Question Number(s): 102 Question Reference(s): 16089/22Department: JusticeAsked by: David Stanton T.D.______________________________________________ QUESTION To ask the Minister for Justice if an update will be provided on the work her Department is…

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Disability Allowance eligibility for those with long Covid

______________________________________________For Written Answer on : 09/11/2021Question Number(s): 476 Question Reference(s): 54586/21Department: Social ProtectionAsked by: David Stanton T.D.______________________________________________ QUESTION To ask the Minister for Social Protection if persons diagnosed with long Covid will be eligible to…

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Illness Benefit as a qualifying payment for Springboard+ courses

______________________________________________For Written Answer on : 30/09/2021Question Number(s): 281 Question Reference(s): 47317/21Department: Social ProtectionAsked by: David Stanton T.D.______________________________________________ QUESTION To ask the Minister for Social Protection her plans to include illness benefit as one of the…

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Over 64,500 Cork pensioners receive payment increase – Minister David Stanton

Some 64,500 Cork pensioners received an increase in their weekly payment this week, according to Cork East Fine Gael TD and Minister of State at the Department of Justice, David…

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Minister David Stanton welcomes Budget 2018

Cork East Fine Gael TD, and Minister of State at the Department of Justice, David Stanton, has welcomed Budget 2018, including the allocation of €2.6 billion to the Justice sector.…

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Back to School Allowance Open for Applications – Stanton

Cork East Fine Gael TD, David Stanton has urged parents to apply for the Back to School Clothing & Footwear Allowance. The BTSCFA scheme is operated by the Department of Social Protection every year and is open to any parents on a low income with school children or students. The closing date is September 30th

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