The Taoiseach has ruled out introducing any new measures to curb spiraling costs ahead of Budget Day in October.
He promised this year's budget is going to be "A Cost of Living Budget".
Meanwhile, speaking on Kerry Today Fine Gael Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail Damien English has said a proposal to scrap motor tax was being looked at by Government in an attempt to tackle the cost-of-living crisis.
He said the suggestion was made by Fine Gael senator Tim Lombard and every proposal brought forward is being considered.
However, Junior Minister English said for the majority of vehicle owners, the cost of road tax has come down over the last number of years.
He said it’s important that motor tax is spent on existing and new roads.
Junior Minister English explains that nothing’s off the table: