1. €2.7bn for transport to account for climate challenges  RTE.ie
  2. Green measures: Here are the main environmental changes in Budget 2020  TheJournal.ie
  3. Paschal Donohoe arrives at Government Buildings before announcement of Budget 2020  Independent.ie
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Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure Paschal Donohoe has said €2.7 billion would be allocated to the Department of Transport Tourism and Sport in 2020.Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure Paschal Donohoe has said €2.7 billion would be allocated to the Department of Transport Tourism and Sport in 2020.

€2.7bn for transport to account for climate challenges

Donohoe said some of the changes were “critical steps to future-proof our transport system”. Donohoe said some of the changes were “critical steps to future-proof our transport system”.

Green measures: Here are the main environmental changes in Budget 2020

“Chink? @Paschald tells @BBCr4today he doesn’t want to see customs checks *in Ireland*.”

Harry Cole on Twitter: "Chink? @Paschald tells @BBCr4today he doesn’t want to see customs checks *in Ireland*."

“Welcome to Dublin @bbcnickrobinson it’s Grafton Street not Grafton Road you are broadcasting from. Great programme. Hope you had a sticky bun in Bewleys 👍🏻 @Paschald @BBCRadio4”

Roisin Ingle on Twitter: "Welcome to Dublin @bbcnickrobinson it’s Grafton Street not Grafton Road you are broadcasting from. Great programme. Hope you had a sticky bun in Bewleys 👍🏻 @Paschald @BBCRadio4"

“Bracing discussion this morning with @bbcnickrobinson for @BBCr4today on our #Brexit preparations in #Budget2020. Interview took place in the beautiful @BewleysIreland. Great way to start the day!”

Paschal Donohoe on Twitter: "Bracing discussion this morning with @bbcnickrobinson for @BBCr4today on our #Brexit preparations in #Budget2020. Interview took place in the beautiful @BewleysIreland. Great way to start the day!… https://t.co/RvMU5zDqEh"

“"The centre of Irish politics can not only hold, but adopt and change," says Paschal Donohoe on the fourth budget of three #budget2020”

Gavan Reilly on Twitter: ""The centre of Irish politics can not only hold, but adopt and change," says Paschal Donohoe on the fourth budget of three #budget2020"

The carbon tax increase of €6 per tonne is a missed opportunity and will probably make almost no difference, a climate expert has said.Joseph Curtin, senior fellow at the Institute of International and European Affairs and a member of the government’s climate change advisory council, welcomed theThe carbon tax increase of €6 per tonne is a missed opportunity and will probably make almost no difference, a climate expert has said. Joseph Curtin, senior fellow at the Institute of...

Budget 2020: carbon tax pledge is all talk, says government climate adviser | Ireland | The Times