Cluskey, Frank

Wednesday, 22 November 1978

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 309 No. 9

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Order of Business.

May I ask the Tánaiste when the Government intend to implement their stated intention of bringing before the House in this session a Bill to regularise the sale of contraceptives?More Button

Contraceptives. The Tánaiste knows what they are, does he not?More Button

The stated intention of the Government is that the Bill would be before the House during this session. There are approximately 12 sitting days left before the recess. Will the Bill be introduced in ...More Button

Do the Government intend to carry out their stated promise?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Jurors Records.

Would the Minister agree that, apart from the aspects raised by Deputy Horgan, from his own reply to the question it would appear that the law is heavily weighted in favour of the prosecution? They c...More Button

That is not the point I am making.More Button

We are all supposed to be equal before the law. Surely the fact that the prosecution can use the security forces to investigate the background of any juror, personal or political, weighs very heavily...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Treatment of Prisoner.

Why can the Minister not read it out?More Button

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