Lynch, John

Wednesday, 5 December 1973

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 269 No. 8

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Mayo Medical Appointment.

The Parliamentary Secretary is supposed to.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Striking of Rates.

Would the Minister agree that the suggestion that a fair rate has been struck as between householders and others is not borne out by the facts? On the contrary, the rate is in favour of occupants and...More Button

Will the Minister not agree that the same alleviation of the burden of rates has not been afforded to householders as has been afforded to owners and promoters of office block buildings?More Button

Would the Minister not agree that owners of office blocks and other substantial buildings of an industrial or other nature can claim income tax allowance on the rates they pay on these buildings while...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Leasú Portach.

An bhféadfadh an tAire a rá an bhfuil leasú na bportach ag dul ar aghaidh faoi bhráid Chomhlucht Siúicre Éireann go fóill?More Button

An bhfuil comhoibriú idir Chomhlucht Siúicre Éireann, an Roinn Talmhaíochta agus Iascaigh agus Roinn na Gaeltachta i láthair na h-uaire?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Meath Farm.

Barely, with certain support—— (Interruptions.)More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Petrol and Oil Rationing.

Having full regard to the difficulties of the situation imposed on the Minister, does he consider that his admonition to people not to use petrol other than for essential purposes and the requirement ...More Button

I said “rational system”.More Button

That is what is happening.More Button

In view of the fact that rationing cards are about to be distributed and as there are several users of oil and fuel who are not recorded and who are unrecordable—I instance users of bottled gas and pe...More Button

The availability of gas, whether in bottled form or in the form required for heating homes, will be at the whim of the individual supplier and not under Government control?More Button

Order of Business.

I want to raise a point of a different nature. While realising the dilemma in which the Government find themselves in relation to Deputy Blaney's Bill, that is, the repeal of the Offences Against the...More Button

——in respect of which one party composing the Coalition have committed themselves to be completely against, my question arises out of the question that was debated in the last couple of minutes. Reco...More Button

It is all in the papers today.More Button


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