Barry, Peter

Tuesday, 10 June 1980

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 322 No. 1

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - European Council Meeting.

Probably it is well known to the Taoiseach who he will be.More Button

A good idea.More Button

The Taoiseach has not got the answer.More Button

Finance Bill, 1980: Financial Resolution.

Can the Minister say how much money this is expected to bring in in the current financial year, October, November and December, and in a full year?More Button

This is an additional list to an amendment circulated this morning to section 72 of the Finance Act. It is an indication of the depths to which the Government are going to scrape the bottom of the ba...More Button

Is it stamp duty and excise now?More Button

Of course it was.More Button

Finance Bill, 1980: Committee Stage (Resumed).

Deputy Crinion was the only one who spoke. (Interruptions.)More Button

Is that charities who own farmland?More Button

This is purely a drafting amendment?More Button

I move amendment No. 36: In page 32, subsection (1) (d), line 1, to delete “112” and substitute “109”. In 1975 or 1976 the previous Government introduced a provision designed to increase the number of...More Button

The Minister is suffering from delusions if he thinks firms have the time or the inclination to play around as he is suggesting. Manufacturing industry are too concerned about surviving to engage in ...More Button

I am quoting this as an example of how industry feel about the Government. Even where there appear to be small problems the Government have a very unbending and unflinching attitude and do not appear...More Button

I do not intend to delay the House. This is a worthwhile amendment and I am very disappointed at the Minister's attitude to it. The spirit of my amendment is that people would still qualify if they ...More Button

The seven-ninths is a relief on the 45 per cent which leaves a balance of 10 per cent.More Button

Will the Minister give me the reference to the last point he made about smaller companies and the 35 per cent rate?More Button

Deputy Leyden's presence has been sporadic to say the least. If not he would know that what I have said has been mostly positive and he should not have inferred that just because he is here now I wil...More Button

Deputy Leyden will have ample opportunity to find out that it is part of his job on this side of the House. This legislation, inside a very complex and difficult Finance Bill is extremely important. ...More Button

You can amend the fraction.More Button

I do not want to interrupt the Minister, but the Minister for Finance said exactly the same last year, that it was in for only one year and for the duration of the Finance Bill.More Button

They are two totally different things. One is simple and this is an involved piece of legislation which deserves attention being drawn to it.More Button

I should like to say a word of appreciation of the Leas-Cheann Comhairle's long stint in the Chair. He has been there since 2.30 p.m. and that cannot be easy. Thank you for your understanding.More Button

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