Cassidy, Archie J.

Wednesday, 23 October 1929

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 32 No. 1

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Reciprocity in Unemployment Insurance.

asked the Minister for Industry and Commerce (a) whether he is aware that large numbers of Irish workers who were employed in insurable occupations in Britain have been refused unemployment insurance ...More Button

The Parliamentary Secretary quotes a few dates which I did not altogether hear. I would like him to answer the question that I have asked; that is, have any negotiations taken place since last June w...More Button

Will the Parliamentary Secretary tell me if any negotiations have taken place since June between the British Ministry of Labour and the representatives of the Department of Industry and Commerce?More Button

Precisely.More Button

Has the attention of the Parliamentary Secretary been drawn to a letter. that Miss Margaret Bondfield, the Minister of Labour, wrote to her constituents oh last Saturday, in which she said——More Button

This is a matter that the Department should press forward. There has been too much delay in connection with it. I understand a Bill will be introduced in England to remedy difficulties arising under ...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Lough Foyle Fishery Dispute.

asked the Minister for External Affairs whether he will state if any negotiations have taken place since the 31st July last in regard to the Lough Foyle fishery dispute, and, if so, whether he will gi...More Button

Will the Minister be prepared to lay the correspondence on the Table of the House for the inspection of Deputies?More Button

Might I ask why is there so much secrecy?More Button

Does it mean a compromise?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Reorganisation of Donegal Hand-Spun Industry.

asked the Minister for Lands and Fisheries (a) whether he is aware that the reorganisation of the hand-spun industry in Co. Donegal is, being seriously retarded by the prolonged and unnecessary delay ...More Button

Is the Minister aware that as far back as July 14, 1926, the Gaeltacht Commission recommended that a stamp should be supplied for tweed of a particular quality? Furthermore, is he aware that the indus...More Button

Is the Minister aware that many requests have been made to his Department? Is he also aware that the policy of his Department in endeavouring to encourage the mill-spun yarns — yarns spun outside the...More Button

That is due to the policy adopted by the Minister's Department in encouraging mill-spun yarns as against home-spun.More Button

There are hundreds of spinners there.More Button

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