Resolution No. 1—Income Tax and Sur-Tax.
Of course, the Deputy is aware that the only matter we are discussing at the moment is the question of income tax.
No; that will come on on the discussion of the general resolution to-morrow.
I think it would be much better if we left that over to the general resolution.
There is no new ruling. We are following the practice which is followed every year. The Deputy will not be confined absolutely to the resolution, but he will appreciate that if he is going to wander...
The Deputy will have an opportunity of doing that on the general resolution.
The Deputy will probably get that on the different resolutions.
I can only hope that Deputy Lemass's intervention will not be any longer than Deputy Sheehy's.
This is a speech which in my opinion should be made on the general resolution and not on this.
Not on this resolution. The Deputy can do it on the general resolution.
That is a matter also that will be relevant to the general resolution.
I have already told the Deputy that all this will be relevant on the general resolution, but is not relevant on this.
No, certainly not.
I was not in the Chair when Deputy O'Kelly and Deputy O'Connell were speaking, but I am quite satisfied that the Ceann Comhairle did not allow Deputy O'Kelly or Deputy O'Connell to wander away from th...
That does not arise on this motion.
It does not arise on this resolution dealing with income tax.
It does not come under this resolution. The Deputy will get an opportunity for that on the general resolution, which has a very wide scope.
In Committee on Finance. - Vote No. 57—Railways.
The Deputy is already aware that he cannot advocate legislation on the Estimates.
The Deputy can refer to the administration of the Act by the Minister.
The Deputy could show me whether the Minister has any responsibility for it.
In Committee on Finance. - Vote No. 60. Unemployment Insurance.
(Clare): I think it would be interesting to know where the Parliamentary Secretary has been living during the past five years.