Morrissey, Daniel

Thursday, 29 October 1942

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 88 No. 13

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It is a good thing to learn that the Minister knows about that shortage.More Button

Alesburys, particularly.More Button

It may be a far greater loss to the small person.More Button

The Deputy knows what he had to get.More Button

Have they any prospect now?More Button

A good prospect?More Button

May be.More Button

The Minister was asked what was his authority or the Government's authority for taking over this company. I think that was the principal question put to him by the mover of this resolution.More Button

The Minister quibbles.More Button

I am quite satisfied, from what has happened, and from what the Minister said this evening, that the Minister and the Government have satisfied themselves that there is nothing on earth which they can...More Button

The principal question put to the Minister was what was the Government's authority for the steps they have taken. What is the Minister's answer? “Because the Government was asked by the proprietors ...More Button

And so far as that goes, it is still closed down.More Button

It is still closed down. The extent of the production that can be expected is represented by the steel that may be turned out at some time in the future from the billets brought in from America by th...More Button

The Minister gets heated. He usually does when he has a very bad case. He has a very bad case here and he gets heated because he is asked to give the House, that will have to undertake the responsib...More Button

I take it that every Deputy will be entitled to make two speeches.More Button

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