Dowling, Joseph

Tuesday, 16 December 1969

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 243 No. 9

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Dublin Housing Priorities.

asked the Minister for Local Government if he will arrange that Dublin Corporation make copies of their priorities scheme lettings of their houses available for public inspection in municipal librarie...More Button

Would the Minister make the “Guide to Social Services” available?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Dublin Housing Scheme.

asked the Minister for Local Government the present position regarding the housing project to be undertaken at Tallaght by the National Building Agency on behalf of the Dublin Corporation.More Button

RTE Programme: Establishment of Tribunal (Resumed).

I shall be very brief. My speech will probably be the briefest speech here tonight. It would appear to me that, with the holding of an inquiry, the Government would be accused of witch-hunting and it...More Button

Let me quote from column 1795 of volume 242 of the Official Report. This is what Deputy Keating is reported to have said: He has suggested—— —the Minister— ——that they used public money— in terms of ...More Button

You are not in favour of it. I would say, however, that the Fine Gael Party have been consistent in their view in relation to the inquiry. As reported at column 1873, volume 242 of the Official Repor...More Button

At column 1873, also, Deputy FitzGerald said:More Button

This is what Deputy Corish said on that occasion: On behalf of my party, I welcome the decision of the Taoiseach to take steps to establish this judicial tribunal. In case it might be overlooked—becau...More Button

Deputy O'Connell following Deputy Keating's interjection, asked would the Taoiseach answer the question of whether he would hold a judicial inquiry to clear this team. As I said before, in relation ...More Button

The members of the Labour Party have expressed a variety of opinions in the past. They now call for a public inquiry, for court proceedings against members of the “7 Days” team if they are found guil...More Button

I shall not be side-tracked by little boys like the Deputy or the play-acting we have had here tonight, particularly from Deputy Desmond when he cast a reflection on honourable men like the Taoiseach,...More Button

They certainly did not make up their own minds. I shall not indicate what source the influence came from, but I think I know.More Button

This is a serious discussion.More Button

That is the type of rude interruption we have heard from the Labour Party, from the likes of Deputy Spring, who came all the way from Kerry to make a little interruption so that he might get the atten...More Button

I have made my point despite the continued interruptions by the poltroons of the Labour Party, so described by one of their front bench members.More Button

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