Brennan, Joseph

Wednesday, 21 May 1980

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 321 No. 2

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Order of Business.

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

That matter cannot be discussed now. I will communicate with the Deputy later.More Button

That matter does not arise on the Order of Business.More Button

The Deputy should seek to raise it in a proper manner.More Button

Packaged Goods (Quantity Control) Bill, 1980: Committee Stage (Resumed) and Final Stages.

We are on section 3, amendment No. 1c, and amendment No. 1d is related. SECTION 3. Debate resumed on amendment No. 1c: In page 3, subsection (2), lines 38 and 39, to delete paragraph (e). —(Deputy Enr...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Cork Garda Promotions.

Order, please. The Chair has no trouble dealing with one side of the House.More Button

I am afraid this practice of Deputies standing up asking a series of questions has never been allowed at Question Time. Deputies should remain seated while the Minister is replying, and so should the...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Illegally Parked Motor Vehicles.

The Deputy asked this question and the Minister answered it.More Button

Does Deputy Barry Desmond wish to ask a supplementary question?More Button

Question No. 4.More Button

I asked for the co-operation of Deputies so that we might proceed in an orderly way. We are reaching a stage now where, when the Minister replies, he is told—and it is insisted, on—that he has not re...More Button

Question No. 4.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - County Kilkenny Garda Station Closure.

I called the Deputy, but he wishes to choose his own time. The Chair has had enough of this. He is the sole judge of the number of supplementaries to be allowed.More Button

I asked him, and he said he was waiting for the Minister's reply to the previous question. In other words, he was selecting his own time.More Button

When the Deputy has approached the matter in an orderly manner, I can ask the Minister to deal with it.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Aids for Industry and Agriculture.

That is a separate question.More Button

That is a separate question. We are still on Question No. 7.More Button

The Minister may reply if he wishes but it has nothing to do with Question No. 7.More Button

Question No. 8 is for written reply.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Reduction of Unemployment.

The question does not relate to 1980. That is a separate question.More Button

This is only a debate.More Button

We cannot have a debate on how the figures are compiled. I am calling Question No. 11.More Button

That is the third time that question has been asked.More Button

No, I am calling Question No. 11.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Green and White Papers.

Deputy L'Estrange is a positive nuisance. He should obey the Chair.More Button

Private Notice Question. - Prison Manning Level.

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

The Chair has no responsibility for that.More Button

The Deputy knows it is not in order to discuss that matter now. The fact that the Deputy was unable to attend the relevant debate is not the responsibility of the Chair.More Button

It is disorderly to attempt to raise this matter in this manner now.More Button

The Chair is telling the Deputy.More Button

Order.More Button

The Deputy is an adept at raising irrelevant matters.More Button

The Chair is telling the Deputy it is.More Button

The Deputy should not defy the Chair. It is not relevant.More Button

It may be in the Deputy's mind, but it is not in accordance with Standing Orders.More Button

If the Deputy will not resume his seat I will have to ask him to leave the House.More Button

If the Deputy is leaving the House he is not entitled to a valedictory speech before he goes.More Button

Order. The remaining Questions will appear on tomorrow's Order Paper.More Button

National Institute for Higher Education, Limerick, Bill, 1980: Committee Stage.

Amendment No. 18 is consequential on amendment No. 22 and they can be discussed together.More Button

Amendment No. 21 is related and may be discussed with No. 20.More Button

Message from Seanad.

Seanad Éireann has passed the Prisons Bill, 1980, without amendment. The Dáil adjourned at 9 p.m. until 10.30 a.m. on Thursday 22 May, 1980.More Button

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