O'Sullivan, Denis

Wednesday, 23 November 1960

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 185 No. 1

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Unemployment Assistance: Grounds for Disallowance.

A rose by any other name.More Button

Private Members' Business. - Dairy and Cattle Industries: Motion.

Hear, hear—Gloria in excelsis.More Button

On a point of order, Sir. While Deputy Blowick and others were speaking, the Leas-Cheann Comhairle rigidly held the discussion to what was in the motion. I do not mind Deputy Corry traversing the fi...More Button

When the motion was moved this evening, the Taoiseach informed the House that the Government proposed, within the next week, to bring in a Bill to deal with milk marketing and that, consequently, it m...More Button

I was referring to the fact that the agricultural community had been called upon to bear the additional expenditure involved in the elimination of bovine tuberculosis and had also to bear the increase...More Button

It is relevant in so far as the farmers engaged in the dairying industry or in the production of cattle have to set aside a certain amount of money every year to give a fortune to a son or daughter or...More Button

Unless there is a curtailment of the influx of foreigners who are buying up land, our farmers will need more money to purchase holdings for their sons and daughters who at the moment have no living——More Button

I have made the point. It is desirable, in that situation, that nothing should happen to cause a reduction in the income of these people. Deputy Corry made some remarks with which we are in agreement...More Button

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