Hogan, Conor

Thursday, 21 April 1927

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 19 No. 13

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No. 1—INCOME TAX.

I do not propose at this stage to deal with the Minister's speech. I will confine myself to the resolution about income tax. I am not in a position to say whether or not the country can afford the r...More Button

I should say the Minister's family—three or so— would be average. I have not been able to analyse the position whether the Britisher with an allowance of one-sixth as compared with an allowance of on...More Button

No. 5—CUSTOMS.

I should like to find out from the Minister what is the value to the country and to the export trade of the parts imported here partially manufactured, and having sustained a further process of manufa...More Button

In my opinion, the Minister is proceeding on a very bad principle if one is to judge from his recent statement. He says that the trade involved by this resolution is very small. Therefore, he is not...More Button

I am not.More Button

The Minister said that there were only two firms covered by this resolution, one engaged in clog manufacture and the other in shoe manufacture. I do not think, in the circumstances, it is a fair thin...More Button


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