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Ministers have signed off on the free GP care plan which was put together by the Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Tnaiste Joan Burton during the recent talks on the priorities for the Government.
Also, an extra 100 a year will be added to the household benefits package from next January to help some of the country's elderly with their water charge payments.
Social Protection Minister and Tnaiste Joan Burton says that will cost around 44m a year.
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