McGilligan, Patrick

Wednesday, 12 July 1950

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 122 No. 8

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Importation of Films.

Under long-standing arrangements, which have not been subjected to exchange control restrictions, payments by Irish importers of American films are discharged in sterling to London distributors, and, ...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Logainmneacha.

There has been no change in the position in regard to the Place Names Commission since the Government decided as an economy measure to suspend the activities of a number of commissions of which the Pl...More Button

That cultural activity has lain dormant for quite a number of the years during which the Deputy was in control, and there is not much harm being done by leaving it over for another year or two.More Button

It was not—there were others.More Button

That is a different question. I think the Deputy will agree that this has lain for many years without getting any treatment by the Government that was in office.More Button

No, it was established after three years, after a great deal of thought was given to it. There was a postponement and I am only taking over the postponement period for a little longer.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Revision of Valuations.

I am not in a position to judge the extent of any unfairness which dissimilar interpretation by rate collectors of their duty to list properties for revision of valuation and the resulting variation i...More Button

No. As I said, what comes to the Valuation Office is merely a summary of what may be furnished either by rate collectors or ratepayers and the list does not distinguish between what has been initiate...More Button

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