Andrews, David

Wednesday, 29 July 1970

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 248 No. 14

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Adjournment (Summer Recess): Motion (Resumed).

Fine Gael were always the protectors of the judiciary. (Interruptions.)More Button

Spreading fear and hopelessness. (Interruptions.)More Button

The Deputy's allegations are disgusting. It is the Deputy who is giving our country a bad name for religious discrimination.More Button

The Deputy accused the Taoiseach of spreading religious discrimination.More Button

The Deputy was talking about fear and the feeling of hopelessness and he was undermining confidence in our country.More Button

I will make a speech if I wish. The Deputy should stick to the rules in his own sundered party.More Button

It was meant to be a furious intervention and was a successful one.More Button

I apologise to the Chair for interrupting.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Value of £.

The estimated amounts which would be required to purchase the same quantum of goods and services at retail prices as would £1 in the year 1932 are as follows:—More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Cement Price.

While average prices paid for cement are not available it is understood that the price change which took effect from July 1st, 1970, increased the manufacturer's price to the suppliers for home-produc...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - School Traffic Wardens.

Are they being paid?More Button

Would the question of employment not arise?More Button


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