Kelly, John M.

Thursday, 15 May 1980

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 320 No. 11

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Finance Bill, 1980: Second Stage (Resumed).

Has the Minister concluded?More Button

Will the Minister state if it is the intention to resume the planning cycle of a Green Paper in the summer and a White Paper in the winter which the previous Minister for Economic Planning and Develo...More Button

In other words, the Government do not know what they are going to do.More Button

Is the Minister telling the House that we are to have this sequence of Green Paper-White Paper, Green Paper-White Paper which the Government announced would be the rule?More Button

A decision had been made about this. Has that decision been rescinded? Is economic planning in the air. (Interruptions)More Button

There is another box in the court besides the witness box.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Howth-Bray Line Electrification.

The Minister told the House a moment ago there was no question of this position being reconsidered; not only that but he said it was now in process of being implemented. I would be very interested to...More Button

I am struck by the Minister's use of the word “implemented”. It is like his promise of about 98 per cent of telephone connections within six weeks. How far has the implementation gone? Have tenders ...More Button

The Minister is a glitter bird. He likes to give the good news first. What does the Minister mean by “implementation”? It was he who used that word, not Deputy Deasy or myself. What does he understan...More Button

Tenders have been invited?More Button

The Minister himself invited this by saying that it was being implemented. Did I hear the Minister correctly: did he say that tenders have been invited; is that what the Minister said?More Button

How will it fare in a blackout to which several of the districts through which this railway will now pass are periodically subject?More Button

I do not dispute that at all. I am just asking whether the Minister is telling the House, as I hope he is, that the supplies to this railway, when it is finally implemented, will be independent of the...More Button

The Ministers are all great on the hot potato game.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Air Traffic Control

Have we finished with question No. 10?More Button

Could I ask the Tánaiste——More Button

Does the Tánaiste consider that the shape of Strangford Lough and the fall of the tide there makes it the most suitable place in the country for the exploitation of tidal energy, and whether this mig...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Limerick Gasworks.

I see the Minister's point about the relation between the acute situation in Limerick and the somewhat longer term possibilities which natural gas offers, but I am not too clear about why the Minister...More Button

Why is it necessary to take 12 or 18 months for the Government to decide whether to build this pipeline?More Button

I see the Minister's point, but would he agree that it places a terrible national responsibility on a private company in regard to what is a very important national energy decision and that this priva...More Button

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