Hickey, James

Thursday, 29 October 1942

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 88 No. 13

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Ceisteanna.—Questions. Oral Answers. - The Unemployment Fund.

asked the Minister for Industry and Commerce if he will state the total sums paid into the Unemployment Fund by way of contributions between October, 1922, and October, 1942; the sums paid out by way ...More Button

Ceisteanna.—Questions. Oral Answers. - Use of Apple Crop.

Apples are being sold at 6d. each.More Button

Ceisteanna.—Questions. Oral Answers. - Temporary Clerks in Defence Department.

In addition to the wages mentioned by the Minister, are they supplied with any food or clothing?More Button

I am not surprised then that there is discontent.More Button

School Attendance Bill, 1942—Second Stage (Resumed).

Does that not make a good case for family allowances?More Button

Provided they are adequate.More Button

Electricity (Supply) (Amendment) Bill, 1942—Second Stage.

Does that apply outside of Dublin?More Button

What about the former employees of the Cork Electric Tramway Company?More Button

They were taken over by the board.More Button

Emergency Powers (No. 194) Order, 1942—Motion to Annul.

That means that they will start on some kind of production soon?More Button

That is true.More Button

I am inclined to think that the complaint against the Minister should be that he did not take control at an earlier date.More Button

I agree, but what I find fault with is that control was not taken long before, as we would now have steel that we want. What I complain of is that control was not taken before the mill closed down. ...More Button


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