Corish, Brendan

Tuesday, 27 July 1971

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 255 No. 14

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Order of Business.

On the Order of Business, perhaps, Sir, you would give me some guidance on this? In view of the worsening situation in the north I wonder could the Ceann Comhairle explain why he did not regard my qu...More Button

Can the Chair tell me how I can challenge this?More Button

Do I take it from the Ceann Comhairle that the reason is given why it was not of urgent importance?More Button

I fully agreed with the Ceann Comhairle when he ruled last week that the dumping of certain matter 600 miles off the north-west coast of Ireland was an urgent and serious matter. I submit that this i...More Button

Does the Ceann Comhairle say that the situation in the north, in view of the happenings over the last week——More Button

In view of comment yesterday on the Taoiseach's statement in the Garden of Remembrance——More Button

God help Ireland.More Button

It is not. We are all concerned about procedure. (Interruptions.)More Button

I am asking the reason why.More Button

It has nothing to do with Standing Orders. It is your discretion—in inverted commas.More Button

I knew what your answer was but I thought I should air my views in this House.More Button

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

It is difficult to understand why the Minister for Justice and, indeed, why the Government have not yet got the message, not necessarily from those of us in Opposition, that this Bill is thoroughly u...More Button

The Cork Examiner dated 4th June, 1971, and the Irish Independent dated 17th June, 1971. It has been said that we are wasting the time of the House. So far as my party are concerned, there was no de...More Button

There has been no such reaction. The Minister treats this House with scant respect. I do not know where the Minister is. According to a report recently it appears he was in some place in the Middle...More Button

Yes.More Button

I presume the editor is a person.More Button

Let me repeat the editor is a person and it does not specify whether or not it is oral or written advocacy.More Button

It is not often we get communications from the National Union of Journalists. This letter was addressed to every Member of Dáil and Seanad Éireann. Deputy Tunney suggested that all those who are in...More Button

The Deputy said they were not all paragons of virtue. Is not that a fair assessment of what the Deputy said?More Button

Perhaps Deputy Tunney while he cannot do it now could, on some other part of the Bill, give us the benefit of his views on the submission made by the NUJ because they do not lightly produce letters li...More Button


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