Cowan, Peadar

Wednesday, 25 February 1948

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 110 No. 2

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Death of Chief Superintendent Gantly.

asked the Minister for Justice if he will arrange, as a matter of urgent public importance, to have established a tribunal for inquiring into the facts and circumstances surrounding the shooting of th...More Button

Supplementary Estimates. - Vote 29—Agriculture.

How many men are employed on this scheme?More Button

Will the Deputy say how many men are employed on this scheme?More Button

How many are employed on it now?More Button

Would the Minister say at this stage how many people would be employed in the houses on which this £33,000 is spent?More Button

For a period only.More Button

It would not make a big hole in the unemployment problem, anyway.More Button

Supplementary Estimates. - Vote 64—Army Pensions.

I should like to call the Minister's attention to a matter to which I am sure his attention has been called previously. I feel, nevertheless, that this occasion should not be allowed to pass without ...More Button


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