Mulcahy, Richard James

Tuesday, 2 August 1927

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 20 No. 17

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CEISTEANNA—QUESTIONS. ORAL ANSWERS. - HOUSING CONDITIONS IN DUBLIN.

The local authority and myself are both aware of the fact of house shortage in Dublin. Efforts for the improvement of the situation are being unremittingly made.More Button

My attention has not been drawn to that fact. If the Deputy is aware of it, or has any information on the matter, the Commissioners in Dublin would properly be the persons to whose attention the fact...More Button

ORDUITHE AN LAE—ORDERS OF THE DAY. - PUBLIC SAFETY BILL, 1927.—COMMITTEE (RESUMED).

On the point as to the word “sedition” that Deputy Johnson mentions, I suggest that if sedition is not dealt with in this section the section is put out of symmetry with Section 4, where the definitio...More Button

But the whole Bill is dealing with associations that are to be regarded as unlawful associations, and the section is simply portion of the provisions for getting after those.More Button

WRITTEN ANSWERS - CO. MAYO OLD AGE PENSION CLAIMS

This claim was disallowed on appeal on the 19th of March last, as the Minister was not satisfied on the evidence submitted that the claimant had attained the statutory age for the receipt of a pension...More Button

This claim is at present before the Department for adjudication on appeal. It is not possible at the moment to answer the Deputy's question in detail, as the file of papers has been referred to an in...More Button


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