Cooney, Eamonn

Tuesday, 10 July 1928

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 25 No. 1

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That is entirely false.More Button

On a point of order, I think I am justified in asking Deputy Davin for an explanation when he refers to my conduct during the discussion on that occasion.More Button

I think I am entitled to know what the Deputy means when he refers to my conduct.More Button

Is the Deputy in order in making the innuendo he did? Ordinary courtesy would demand that he should give an explanation.More Button

And I would refer you to another Official Report.More Button

I presume if this Vote on Account is defeated we will have a state of national emergency declared by the Government. No doubt it would give rise to a state of national emergency from their point of v...More Button

If you are there much longer it will be.More Button

May I ask the Minister did he believe in December, 1925, when the Boundary Agreement was going through this House, what he suggests now, that we had not the slightest claim to these land annuities?More Button

The one big nought then was a lie. The damn good bargain was a lie.More Button


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