Fitzpatrick, Thomas J.

Wednesday, 15 November 1972

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 263 No. 9

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Committee on Finance. - Vote 42: Posts and Telegraphs (Resumed).

(Cavan): Does the Deputy not think the post office is always the most central place in the parish?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Minister for Housing.

(Cavan): Surely the Taoiseach must realise that the amount of work which the Minister for Local Government is expected to do is far too much for one Minister. As an alternative, would the Taoiseach co...More Button

(Cavan): I hope it will come before us because the Taoiseach has been telling me that for the past two years.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Mental and Physical Handicap.

(Cavan): In regard to the number of adults in receipt of disabled persons' allowance, does the Minister recollect stating some time ago that he proposed to alter the regulations so that only the incom...More Button

(Cavan): Has the Minister changed his mind?More Button

(Cavan): It took a parliamentary question to get that after eight years.More Button

(Cavan): God help the others if that is so.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Unemployment Assistance.

(Cavan): Does the Minister agree that a person who applies for unemployment assistance but who is living with his family because he has no place else to live should be deemed to have free board and lo...More Button

(Cavan): The position is absurd. Would the Minister have another look at it?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Referendum Cost.

(Cavan): If the Minister has the information could he compare the cost of this referendum with the cost of the two previous referenda?More Button

(Cavan): It has gone up by £75,000.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Export of Breeding Cattle.

(Cavan): If Ministers gave sufficient information in the first instance it would not be necessary for Deputies to ask so many supplementary questions.More Button

Business of Dáil.

(Cavan): Is it not a fact that the Chair at that stage wrongly threatened the Captain of the Guard on the Deputy although he had not invoked Standing Orders to seek authority to instruct the Captain o...More Button

(Cavan): The Deputy should be careful. Deputy Enright was put out of the House in connection with this matter.More Button

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