Gibbons, James M.

Wednesday, 30 June 1976

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 291 No. 14

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Cattle Exports.

It was not.More Button

Yes, we can.More Button

Does the Minister not accept that it is obviously inherently inimical to the expansion of the cattle industry to export young cattle and that temporary circumstances, which would seem to make it profi...More Button

The Minister has.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Butter Marketing.

Does the Minister not concede that the permission granted to New Zealand by the Heads of Government at the Summit meeting in Dublin, over which the Taoiseach, Deputy Cosgrave, presided, ensures the ri...More Button

Is it not true to say that at the next meeting of Council of Agriculture Ministers on 7th July this very question the Minister mentioned of a further extension beyond 1980 of this extraordinary conces...More Button

To our disadvantage. Is it not correct to say that Protocol 18 of the British Treaty of Accession runs out in 1980 and the present position is the UK Government are seeking an extension of that Protoc...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Fish Landings in Dingle.

Is the Parliamentary Secretary's only means of informing himself about the activities of his own Department through reading the newspapers? Has he not established the facts of the matter about the du...More Button

Private Notice Question: - Bord na Móna Strike.

This is a very important matter.More Button

Adjournment of Dáil: Motion (Resumed).

It was very interesting to listen to the Labour Party Whip, Deputy Desmond. The speech he has just delivered was not in any sense spontaneous. The few of us who remained in the House saw him handing...More Button

I will come to that observation in a minute. As Deputy Desmond spoke, his obsessions became visible. He hates an awful lot of things. He hates farmers. He hates people to make money. He hates pe...More Button

I urge the Parliamentary Secretary not to interrupt. I am quite certain he has nothing helpful to say. I will say what I have to say without his assistance. I refrained from interrupting anybody sin...More Button

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