Cruise-O'Brien, Conor

Thursday, 15 July 1971

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 255 No. 9

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Committee on Finance. - Vote 46: International Co-operation.

As the House is aware, all three political parties have been represented in a group of observes in that area. Deputy Loughnane and Deputy Esmonde are out there at present. I believe that at the mom...More Button

The matter is not for either of us a smiling matter. It is a profoundly serious matter and one that is a real threat to peace. In these conditions it is impossible not to be alarmed at the sluggishne...More Button

Certainly.More Button

The Minister is aware that we could not enforce that. That would be the moral strength of our position.More Button

Would the Minister mind saying something about his attitude to arms sales?More Button

Except for what is in the pipeline.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Prohibition of Forcible Entry and Occupation Bill, 1970: Report Stage (Resumed).

The Minister raised it.More Button

What has that got to do with the amendment?More Button

Of all time?More Button

Is this in order?More Button

Say a word about the amendment, will you?More Button

The Minister and his party appear to have lost their cool. (Interruptions.)More Button

Have I a right to a hearing from these friends of free speech? The Minister at the start of his waspish and apoplectic statement just now complained of what he called the tactics of the Opposition, r...More Button

If Deputies opposite wish to prolong the time on this Bill I do not mind. I am quite prepared to stay here. We in the Labour Party have made it abundantly clear that we are opposed to this Bill as a...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Membership of EEC.

Arising from the two paragraphs in the reply about regional policy, while we would regard it as a step in the right direction that the Community should formally recognise the special position of Irela...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - RTE Review Committee.

The wording of “personal suitability” which the Minister used is extremely vague. Personal suitability to whom, for what, in respect of which? By what criteria does he gauge personal suitability? W...More Button

This makes it more confusing than ever. The public were not aware that many of the people concerned had any particular experience in this field—rather the contrary. I wonder would the Minister agree ...More Button

Prohibition of Forcible Entry and Occupation Bill, 1970: Report Stage (Resumed).

They were giving their blood yesterday.More Button

Hear, hear.More Button

How long did the Government spend producing this Bill?More Button


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