Murphy, Michael Pat

Tuesday, 11 October 1966

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 224 No. 7

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Ballybrittas (Laois) Speed Limit.

Does the Minister think it advisable to have a speed limit in a place like Ballybrittas?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Sale of Cattle.

Would the Minister indicate the date of the pending increases in cattle prices announced by him? Could he give the approximate date?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Free Secondary Education.

Will free transport be available for pupils from isolated districts to the nearest school?More Button

We will have it as a separate matter next week.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Closing of Laois Brewery.

Does the Minister not agree that this brewery was purchased for the sole purpose of closing it down and wiping out a competitor? If so, in view of the unemployment involved, does he disclaim any Gove...More Button

Committee on Finance. - Vote 27-Local Government (Resumed).

There is no money. Down in Cork, the money is completely inadequate.More Button

The Minister would not receive a deputation from Cork County Council. Every ruse was used to avoid doing so.More Button

The only people who are building houses now are foreigners.More Button

It is worse this year than it ever was.More Button

The position in the building industry is worse today than it ever was.More Button

The Minister should treat this matter seriously. He is not doing that.More Button

Agreed.More Button

Would the Minister accept an invitation to a meeting of Cork County Council to discuss matters there?More Button

I am merely asking a question. Will he agree to accept an invitation?More Button

The Minister said he was willing to answer questions and this is a vital question.More Button

That statement is quite true.More Button

The Minister has no money. The 1965-66——More Button

I never spoke without interruption, Sir, I do not like to speak without interruption.More Button

It would be better to call them “factual statements” than “interruptions”.More Button

Why not disband that association then if you do not want to see them?More Button

Would the Minister not agree that he should give these people some time to put their views before him?More Button

There must be great discrimination because we were only able to get money for four houses.More Button

I will have a few to put.More Button

If the Leas-Cheann Comhairle would allow me, I could answer that.More Button

The Minister could decide to give approval to the West Cork scheme.More Button

That is the allegation.More Button

That is what is in the mind of some of the Deputies.More Button

You have plenty of money, so?More Button

May I put this question?More Button

The Minister is speaking about red type now, Sir.More Button

It is all fiction. You are a mass of untruths from start to finish.More Button

Of your statement.More Button

The Minister does not mean that usually.More Button

The Minister is not the Chairman.More Button

The Minister should——More Button

£40 a week? Progress reported. The Dáil adjourned at 10.30 p.m. until 3 p.m. on Wednesday, 12th October, 1966.More Button

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