Kyne, Thomas Anthony

Thursday, 5 December 1957

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 164 No. 10

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Liquor Commission Recommendations.

asked the Minister for Justice whether he is aware that uncertainty as to the Government's intentions regarding the majority recommendation of the Liquor Commission concerning bona fide trading, which...More Button

Will the Minister not agree that it is of the utmost importance that an early decision should be made and announced on this matter, and would the Minister endeavour to see in the interests of all conc...More Button

Adjournment Debate: Government Policy (Resumed).

Do I take it this debate finishes at 10.30 or when it ends, if necessary to-morrow?More Button

Under what rule?More Button

Would you mind quoting the Standing Order?More Button

Surely I am entitled to know.More Button

The Chair did not quote it.More Button

On the point of order I raised——More Button

I want this clear. It has been stated here just now that there was an agreement between the Whips. No such agreement was entered into by the Labour Party Whip. No one communicated with him and no ef...More Button

Can I take it that the Taoiseach will, of his graciousness, permit the debate to continue until to-morrow or until all Deputies desirous of speaking have spoken?More Button

That is the guillotine.More Button

It was not. I was present here.More Button

What is the Taoiseach afraid of?More Button

There never was a debate like this in which you did not want other people to speak.More Button

That the Dáil would adjourn but not that the debate would conclude.More Button

It was not.More Button

That was not named. The only time February 12th came into discussion was during the introduction of new measures.More Button

That is not so. That is incorrect.More Button

What is wrong with meeting at 10.30 a.m. in the morning?More Button

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