Order of Business.
I will communicate with the Deputy.
The Deputy is out of order in raising this matter at this stage.
Inter-Party Committee on the Implications of Irish Unity.
The Deputy will appreciate that there will be no debate on this announcement by the Taoiseach.
It is agreed then, that the leaders of the two Opposition parties should each make a short statement.
Committee on Finance. - Dangerous Substances Bill, 1970: Committee and Final Stages.
With amendment No. 4 perhaps we could discuss amendment No. 5, as it is consequential.
There is an amendment to amendment No. 6, in the name of Deputies P. Barry and P. Belton.
In order to keep the matter in order, will Deputy Barry now move his amendment to the amendment? That must be disposed of before we deal with the Minister's amendment.
Committee on Finance. - Business of Dáil.
There was no such question on the Order Paper. The Deputy would require to put down a question.
It is not in order to discuss the question now. If the Deputy wishes to give notice that he will raise the matter on the Adjournment the Chair will consider the request.
I know you did.
The Deputy cannot discuss this matter now. I am calling Question No. 1.
No. I will communicate with the Deputy.
Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Markpress Agency.
I am calling Question No. 2.
This question has nothing to do with the question asked. I am calling Question No. 2.
Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Passport Applications.
Question No. 5.
Question No. 5.
Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Social Welfare Application Forms.
Question No. 8.
No. Could we get on with Questions? We have 116 questions.
There cannot be a debate at this stage.
Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - ESB Loan.
Question No. 14.
Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Landholders' Retirement Pensions.
It is a separate question.
That is a separate question.
Would the Deputy please allow Questions to continue? I am calling Question No. 21.
There are 116 Questions to be dealt with by 5 o'clock.