Corry, Martin John

Wednesday, 4 July 1951

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 126 No. 6

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Election of Leas-Cheann Comhairle—Motion.

What about the man who was buying at 3 o'clock in the morning?More Button

Social Welfare Bill, 1951—Second Stage (Resumed).

This is a Bill we can all welcome here and I am very glad that it has been brought in as a bald, single measure, cut away from the Social Security Bill, which would undoubtedly have taken months to go...More Button

This Bill first saw the light of day as an amendment to the Social Security Bill. It was not in that Bill as introduced, but it came in here as a palliative or as the price to be paid for the suppor...More Button

Is there anything wrong with it? If the Deputy had been here at that time and had seen some of the things I saw, he would keep his mouth shut now.More Button

I might not be seeing the Deputy too long. I do not know what will happen to him after a while. I have seen a lot like him here from time to time. I agree with Deputy Keane about the position of th...More Button

It is very seldom that you find a 100-acre man looking for an old age pension.More Button

There is a different mentality in Meath from other counties.More Button

Deputy Captain Giles should come down for a while and we will civilise him. We should have some lightening off and the inspectors who come to rural areas should have some way of calculating means besi...More Button


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