O'Sullivan, Denis

Thursday, 23 May 1957

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 161 No. 14

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It would pay the butter subsidy.More Button

What about Shelbourne Park?More Button

The people will not forget it.More Button

Hear, hear!More Button

This time 12 months.More Button

The Deputy would like to have it both ways.More Button

You found it for the master bakers.More Button

Oh.More Button

You left agriculture in the mire.More Button

How do you like the present price—the present increase?More Button

The wheat and the milk will get you.More Button

Trot them out.More Button

You did not even get a Parliamentary Secretaryship.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Employees in Kildare Military Establishments.

There were 100,000 jobs in the plans that were there.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Resolution No. 5—General (Resumed).

Why did the Minister not tell us in his statement about the butter cold storage subsidy?More Button

It was not. It was avoided.More Button

The Deputy has another fortnight to speak.More Button

And the master bakers' men at the same time and the bookies' men.More Button

It is only warming up.More Button

I disagree.More Button

We heard a lot of it in the last five days. That is a nice statement for the Minister for Finance to make.More Button

Capital development increased with it.More Button

What items does the Deputy object to? He was opposed to the last Budget.More Button

Bakers.More Button

It was the easiest way.More Button

That is a very fair statement.More Button

Name one.More Button

Just one.More Button

Your bluff is called.More Button

You did not say that last year.More Button

Well, well.More Button

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