Jones, Denis Francis

Wednesday, 22 November 1972

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 263 No. 12

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Deputy Belton, without interruption.More Button

We are dealing with rate collectors.More Button

It is not applicable to the Bill.More Button

Will the Deputy please keep to the Bill before the House?More Button

Order. Deputy Coogan on the Bill.More Button

I hope the Deputy is.More Button

It has nothing to do with this Bill. If the Deputy persists the Chair will ask him to resume his seat. The Deputy will keep to the Bill.More Button

Deputy L'Estrange is not helping by interrupting.More Button

Will the Deputy keep to the Bill?More Button

Deputy Coogan should address the Chair on the Bill. He should not be diverted.More Button

Deputy Hussey. Deputy L'Estrange should not attack any civil servant in the House.More Button

No Deputy may attack civil servants in the House.More Button

The Deputy is accusing civil servants——More Button

The Deputy will withdraw that statement.More Button

The Deputy will withdraw it.More Button

The Deputy will withdraw the statement.More Button

The Deputy will withdraw the statement.More Button

If the Deputy will not withdraw the statement he will have to leave the House.More Button

The Deputy made a statement and the Chair asked him to withdraw that statement, not to attack civil servants in the House.More Button

In reply to Deputy Fitzpatrick's point, if Deputy L'Estrange or any other Deputy has a complaint like this to make there is a way of making it but then it should not be made in public. Every Deputy is...More Button

All the Chair is pointing out to Deputy L'Estrange is that these remarks should not be made. The Chair has asked him in the ordinary way to withdraw this. There is a way in which Deputy L'Estrange c...More Button

Everybody knows that civil servants may not rise in this House.More Button

The Deputy should resume his seat. In the interests of order, I suggest to Deputy L'Estrange that he should withdraw his statement and that if he wishes to make a complaint he may do so in the ordina...More Button

The Chair has no knowledge of that.More Button

The Chair has put it to Deputy L'Estrange that in the interests of order he should withdraw this statement.More Button

The Deputy is not leaving much option to the Chair.More Button

Is Deputy L'Estrange withdrawing his statement about a civil servant?More Button

Will Deputy L'Estrange now withdraw his remarks?More Button

Interruptions are disorderly. Deputy Power.More Button

The Minister is entitled to reply. There should be no more interruptions.More Button

The Chair does not want any interruptions.More Button

The Chair has repeatedly said that interruptions are disorderly.More Button

The House deserves that a speaker should be heard without interruption.More Button

The Minister is entitled to reply to points made.More Button

Will the Deputy allow the Minister to conclude?More Button

The House should allow the Minister to proceed.More Button

The House should allow the Minister to proceed.More Button

Tourist Traffic Bill, 1972: Second Stage.

The Deputy appreciates that this is a limited type of Bill.More Button

The Chair thinks that we should stick to the general principles of the Bill on Second Reading.More Button


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