Breslin, Cormac

Tuesday, 9 March 1965

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 214 No. 10

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Private Business. - Huguenot Cemetery Dublin (Peter Street) Bill, 1965: Motion for Joint Committee.

Seanad Éireann has passed the following Resolution in which the concurrence of Dáil Éireann is desired:— That it is expedient that a Joint Committee of both Houses be appointed to consider the Hugueno...More Button

Committee on Finance. - Vote 49—Health.

External Affairs and International Cooperation.More Button

The two main Estimates I have already mentioned are covered in the Central Fund Bill.More Button

These two Estimates were not in the Vote on Account.More Button

Yes.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Central Fund Bill, 1965: Second Stage.

Might I point out to the Deputy that the question of taxation may not be discussed on the Central Fund Bill? What we are discussing is expenditure and the debate should be restricted as far as possibl...More Button

The Deputy would be entitled to refer to taxation so far as section 4 is concerned but I am afraid he is going further than section 4.More Button

Next Stage?More Button

This Bill is certified a Money Bill in accordance with Article 22 of the Constitution.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Turf Development Bill, 1965: Second Stage.

That has nothing to do with the Bill.More Button

Ground limestone?More Button

This is the Turf Development Bill, 1965.More Button

Minister for Transport and Power to conclude.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Air Navigation and Transport Bill, 1964: Committee and Final Stages.

Pursuant to Standing Order 96 (3) I am to report specifically to the Dáil that the Committee has amended the title to read as follows: An Act to enable effect to be given to the Convention, Supplement...More Button

No.More Button

Report Stage?More Button

Committee on Finance. - Vote 43—Defence (Resumed).

That is not a point of order.More Button

Order. The Minister is replying, not Deputy Tully.More Button

Order.More Button

Order! If Deputies do not cease interrupting, I shall have to ask them to leave the House.More Button

Is the Minister going to be allowed to conclude in the few minutes remaining to him?More Button

The Deputy will not be allowed to make another speech. He has already spoken. The Chair is putting the question and the Deputy should behave himself. He is long enough in this House to know the rul...More Button

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