Tully, James

Tuesday, 9 November 1971

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 256 No. 8

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - PAYE for State Employees.

In view of the fact that income tax paid by State employees is paid on their previous year's earnings they would in fact lose if they were put on PAYE. The fact that earnings are known before the beg...More Button

Does the Minister not agree that the first part of my supplementary is correct and that the tax is collected on the previous year's income? That is not a commonly held view; it is correct.More Button

It is advantageous for one year because if a fellow stops working in that particular year he does not get caught for the next year. With regard to the other matter, is the Minister not aware that wh...More Button

Would the Minister not tell them to deduct the same amount each week from the start of the tax year?More Button

It is not achieved but could be achieved.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Government Building Contracts.

Is it not true that under the terms of the Anglo-Irish Free Trade Area Agreement, British products must be treated on an equal basis with Irish products for such work?More Button

Is it not true that the terms of the Anglo-Irish Free Trade Area Agreement laid down that British products can be used in such jobs and that they are treated the same as Irish products? It is not tru...More Button

If firms are not using British materials it is not because they are precluded from using them but because they decide other materials are better.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Drogheda Borough Boundary Inquiry.

I am sure the time of the Minister and his Department is taken up with more important matters.More Button

Is the Minister aware that there are 480 acres underdeveloped in Drogheda town itself and that there are 1,100 acres which Louth County Council have ceded to Drogheda without any objections and surel...More Button

Drogheda Corporation gave planning permission six years ago to the people who owned the 480 acres and there is no reason to prevent it from being developed.More Button

Private Notice Question. - Psychiatric Nurses Dispute.

Surely the Minister must agree that it is a rather peculiar situation to hear him condemning the unions here while eight chief executive officers and a couple of people in the Labour Court are respons...More Button

Finance (No. 2) Bill, 1971: Second Stage.

There is one matter on which all members of all parties can agree. It is that this is a most complicated proposal which will be extremely difficult to explain not only to the country but to the Membe...More Button

That is a good point. Provision is made for pet foods which are not included for taxation purposes in this Bill. Human medicines are included under the Bill. Animal foods and medicines are excluded....More Button

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