Hogan, Patrick

Friday, 25 June 1954

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 146 No. 4

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Deputy Murphy will have an opportunity to speak himself if he wishes, but he must allow Deputy Kennedy to make his statement without interruption.More Button

The Deputy will not answer the Chair. He will either obey it or leave the House.More Button

I do not know what the Deputy means by brass hats but the Minister is responsible for the administration of the Department and any remarks that the Deputy has to make should be addressed to the Minist...More Button

Public officials may not be discussed here under the privileges of this House.More Button

The Deputy is discussing the alleged activities of one manager and criticising him under the privileges of this House. That is a thing that should not be done.More Button


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