Hogan, Patrick

Wednesday, 23 February 1955

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 148 No. 5

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Land Acquisition and Division.

That is not asking a question.More Button

The Deputy might ask a question.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Land Division.

The Deputy should try.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Forestry Workers' Wages.

This question refers to wages only.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Shannon Floods Committee.

That seems to be outside the scope of the question.More Button

The question is seeking for information as to what was done.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Car Lights.

The remainder of the questions will appear on tomorrow's Order Paper.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Supplies and Services (Temporary Provisions) Act, 1946 (Continuance and Amendment) Bill, 1954—Second Stage (Resumed).

That does not seem to arise on Supplies and Services.More Button

I cannot see how this is relevant. There cannot be an examination of the whole agricultural policy on the Supplies and Services Bill.More Button

Every Deputy should be allowed to make his statement without interruption. I suggest that would be best procedure.More Button

I think Supplies and Services is wide enough without introducing agricultural policy.More Button

The Deputy thinks that is bad procedure and he should not follow it.More Button

The Minister says that the Leas-Cheann Comhairle drew his attention to the fact that the debate should not be widened and that agricultural policy should not be introduced. The Minister said he immedi...More Button

Having adverted to them let us get back to the Bill before the House.More Button

I do not think that the Central Bank comes into this at all.More Button

Deputy Allen must be allowed to make his statement.More Button

Deputies should allow Deputy Allen to make his speech without interruption. The Parliamentary Secretary will have an opportunity of making a statement and so will his three colleagues sitting in fron...More Button

I must insist that Deputy Allen be allowed to make his statement without interruption. Every Deputy will have the same opportunity if he so desires. Deputy Allen on the Supplies and Services Bill.More Button

I have already drawn his attention to that.More Button

Currency and financial policy do not arise upon this.More Button

It does not. The Supplies and Services Act does not give them power over currency.More Button

There is no use in quibbling about this matter. The exact wording of the measure is before the House.More Button

No.More Button

No. It is financial policy, and does not arise on this.More Button

If the Deputy proposes to deal with the points made by the Parliamentary Secretary I will allow that.More Button

If the Deputy proposes to reply to that I will allow him to do so.More Button

The Central Bank does not arise on this.More Button

Is the Deputy now going into the administration of the Department?More Button

The Deputy seems to be dealing with the administration of the Department which would come up for discussion more relevantly on the Estimate.More Button

I noticed that.More Button

It is not customary to interrupt at all—or at least it is not orderly. Deputy Mrs. O'Carroll is in possession.More Button

Private Members' Business. - Emigration and Unemployment— Motion (Resumed).

The Parliamentary Secretary, please.More Button

Would the Deputy give the column, please?More Button


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