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Kathleen Lynch Gets €35M Budget for Mental Health

In the budget for 2016, the government was forced to backtrack its plan to not allot any money for mental health when Junior Health Minister Kathleen Lynch threatened to resign. In the end, €35m was committed for the mental health budget. Lynch admitted in an interview with the Irish Examiner that the €35m budget for

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Kathleen Lynch Gets €35M Budget for Mental Health

In the budget for 2016, the government was forced to backtrack its plan to not allot any money for mental health when Junior Health Minister Kathleen Lynch threatened to resign. In the end, €35m was committed for the mental health budget. Lynch admitted in an interview with the Irish Examiner that the €35m budget for

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Kathleen Lynch Gets €35M Budget for Mental Health

In the budget for 2016, the government was forced to backtrack its plan to not allot any money for mental health when Junior Health Minister Kathleen Lynch threatened to resign. In the end, €35m was committed for the mental health budget. Lynch admitted in an interview with the Irish Examiner that the €35m budget for

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Kathleen Lynch Gets €35M Budget for Mental Health

In the budget for 2016, the government was forced to backtrack its plan to not allot any money for mental health when Junior Health Minister Kathleen Lynch threatened to resign. In the end, €35m was committed for the mental health budget. Lynch admitted in an interview with the Irish Examiner that the €35m budget for

kathleen-lynch-gets-35m-budget-for-mental-health.jpg

Kathleen Lynch Gets €35M Budget for Mental Health

In the budget for 2016, the government was forced to backtrack its plan to not allot any money for mental health when Junior Health Minister Kathleen Lynch threatened to resign. In the end, €35m was committed for the mental health budget. Lynch admitted in an interview with the Irish Examiner that the €35m budget for

kathleen-lynch-gets-35m-budget-for-mental-health.jpg

Kathleen Lynch Gets €35M Budget for Mental Health

In the budget for 2016, the government was forced to backtrack its plan to not allot any money for mental health when Junior Health Minister Kathleen Lynch threatened to resign. In the end, €35m was committed for the mental health budget. Lynch admitted in an interview with the Irish Examiner that the €35m budget for

kathleen-lynch-gets-35m-budget-for-mental-health.jpg

Kathleen Lynch Gets €35M Budget for Mental Health

In the budget for 2016, the government was forced to backtrack its plan to not allot any money for mental health when Junior Health Minister Kathleen Lynch threatened to resign. In the end, €35m was committed for the mental health budget. Lynch admitted in an interview with the Irish Examiner that the €35m budget for

kathleen-lynch-gets-35m-budget-for-mental-health.jpg

Kathleen Lynch Gets €35M Budget for Mental Health

In the budget for 2016, the government was forced to backtrack its plan to not allot any money for mental health when Junior Health Minister Kathleen Lynch threatened to resign. In the end, €35m was committed for the mental health budget. Lynch admitted in an interview with the Irish Examiner that the €35m budget for

kathleen-lynch-gets-35m-budget-for-mental-health.jpg

Kathleen Lynch Gets €35M Budget for Mental Health

In the budget for 2016, the government was forced to backtrack its plan to not allot any money for mental health when Junior Health Minister Kathleen Lynch threatened to resign. In the end, €35m was committed for the mental health budget. Lynch admitted in an interview with the Irish Examiner that the €35m budget for

kathleen-lynch-gets-35m-budget-for-mental-health.jpg

Kathleen Lynch Gets €35M Budget for Mental Health

In the budget for 2016, the government was forced to backtrack its plan to not allot any money for mental health when Junior Health Minister Kathleen Lynch threatened to resign. In the end, €35m was committed for the mental health budget. Lynch admitted in an interview with the Irish Examiner that the €35m budget for

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