Order of Business.

Tuesday, 6 May 1980

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 320 No. 5

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The Taoiseach: Information on Charles J. Haughey  Zoom on Charles J. Haughey  It is proposed to take business in the following order: Nos. 4, 8 (Resumed), 9, 10 (resumed), 11 and 12 (resumed). Business will be interrupted at 6 p.m. to take item No. 12 and the order will be resumed thereafter. Private Members' Business from 7 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. will be item No. 73 by agreement.

Mr. Quinn: Information on Ruairí Quinn  Zoom on Ruairí Quinn  Is it intended to introduce legislation giving effect to the report of the Dáil constituencies boundary commission before the Dáil adjourns for the summer recess?

The Taoiseach: Information on Charles J. Haughey  Zoom on Charles J. Haughey  I am not sure exactly what the constraints on us are, but we will have it before the House as quickly as possible.

Mr. Quinn: Information on Ruairí Quinn  Zoom on Ruairí Quinn  We will not constrain the Taoiseach.

The Taoiseach: Information on Charles J. Haughey  Zoom on Charles J. Haughey  As I have already explained to Deputies on the other side of the House, we do not seek the slightest advantage from this revision because we have no need for it.

Mr. Quinn: Information on Ruairí Quinn  Zoom on Ruairí Quinn  It is in everyone's interest to have it finalised.

Mr. White: Information on James White  Zoom on James White  I wish to raise on the Adjournment the serious position regarding the imminent closure of the Lough Swilly railway in County Donegal.

[809]An Ceann Comhairle: Information on Joseph Brennan  Zoom on Joseph Brennan  I will communicate with the Deputy.

Mr. Enright: Information on Tom Enright  Zoom on Tom Enright  I wish to raise on the Adjournment the situation regarding trials in the High Court and the length of time it takes for people's applications to be heard—sometimes 20 months. I also wish to raise on the Adjournment bank interest rates and the continuing effect they are having on business, and the remarks made by the Minister for Industry, Commerce and Tourism.

An Ceann Comhairle: Information on Joseph Brennan  Zoom on Joseph Brennan  Is the Deputy expressing a preference for one or the other?

Mr. Enright: Information on Tom Enright  Zoom on Tom Enright  So far as I am aware it is in your hands.

An Ceann Comhairle: Information on Joseph Brennan  Zoom on Joseph Brennan  Right. I will communicate with the Deputy.


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