Hayes, Michael

Tuesday, 5 July 1932

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 43 No. 1

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What is the Parliamentary Secretary's scheme for getting agreement? Does he mean that he must get all stages of what he wants with the additions that he may make from day to day? Is that what he me...More Button

This motion to sit until 8 o'clock to-morrow morning does offer an opportunity for discussing the way in which the Government Party endeavours to arrange the business of the House with other Parties, ...More Button

Finance Bill, 1932—Committee (Resumed.)

I should like to press Deputy Dillon's point on the Minister, because the particular point which Deputy Dillon has made was urged upon me by a number of my constituents, who are medical men. There is ...More Button

There is no criticism implied or intended in anything I said upon licensed chemists. But it is true, and any medical man will confirm it, that the ordinary preparation that a medical man prescribes w...More Button


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