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Minister for Finance Michael Noonan TD with Sean O'Rourke before he appeared on the Today with Sean O'Rourke radio show on RTE. Photo: Kyran O'Brien

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan TD with Sean O'Rourke before he appeared on the Today with Sean O'Rourke radio show on RTE. Photo: Kyran O'Brien

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Minister for Finance Michael Noonan TD with Sean O'Rourke before he appeared on the Today with Sean O'Rourke radio show on RTE. Photo: Kyran O'Brien

Ailish O'Hora and Frank Whelan had the fallout to Budget 2016 which was examined, debated and - in some cases - largely ignored

KPMG tax experts Thalia O'Toole and Helen Creedon were also on-hand to answer all your Budget 2016 questions

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Public Expenditure Minister Brendan Howlin on the steps of Government Buildings yesterday. Photo: Steve Humphreys

Public Expenditure Minister Brendan Howlin on the steps of Government Buildings yesterday. Photo: Steve Humphreys

Finance Minister Michael Noonan speaks at a press briefing in Government Buildings yesterday. Photo: Frank McGrath

Finance Minister Michael Noonan speaks at a press briefing in Government Buildings yesterday. Photo: Frank McGrath

Jobs Minister Richard Bruton

Jobs Minister Richard Bruton

Jobs Minister Richard Bruton and Employment Minister Ged Nash sign the Minimum Wage into law yesterday. Photo Sam Boal

Jobs Minister Richard Bruton and Employment Minister Ged Nash sign the Minimum Wage into law yesterday. Photo Sam Boal

Environment Minister Alan Kelly speaking at his Budget press briefing at Government Buildings. Photo: Steve Humphreys

Environment Minister Alan Kelly speaking at his Budget press briefing at Government Buildings. Photo: Steve Humphreys

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Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, and Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, deliver the Budget on the steps of Government Buildings

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, and Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, deliver the Budget on the steps of Government Buildings

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