Faulkner, Padraig

Tuesday, 2 December 1980

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 325 No. 1

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Road Work Lay-Offs.

I am calling Deputy Tully to put a final supplementary question.More Button

I cannot help that. Deputy Tully.More Button

I have called Deputy Tully to put a question.More Button

I should like the Deputy to put a question.More Button

There have been quite a few supplementaries on this question.More Button

That is another question. I am calling Question No. 8.More Button

I am not responsible for the replies. I have allowed quite a number of questions on this.More Button

Question No. 8.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Donegal Sewerage Scheme.

That is very far from Donegal.More Button

Question No. 8 refers to a specific area.More Button

The Deputy is giving information. Will he put a specific question to the Minister of State?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Naas Dual Carriageway New Traffic Lights.

Question No. 10 is for written reply.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - County Cork Flooding.

Put a question, Deputy, please.More Button

A question, please.More Button

A question, please, Deputy.More Button

Deputy, a question, please.More Button

This is a speech and we cannot allow it.More Button

Would the Deputy please ask a question? This is a speech that the Deputy is making.More Button

Deputy Creed. This is a final supplementary. I have allowed numerous supplementaries.More Button

Question No. 15. I have allowed numerous supplementary questions.More Button

The Chair will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Water And Sewerage Schemes.

Question No. 23 has gone for written reply.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Local Election Area Boundaries

A final supplementary from Deputy Quinn.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Galway Water Scheme.

A final supplementary.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Connemara Bridge Repair.

Question No. 31 has gone for written reply.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - County Tipperary Water Schemes.

Questions Nos. 33 and 34 have gone for written reply.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Window Installation Business.

I am advised that you are.More Button

The only reason I raised this matter at all was that Question No. 36 was asked for as a written reply. It is included in the reply of the Minister. I cannot do anything about it so I will have to al...More Button

I have no control over the manner in which the Minister answers the question.More Button

I cannot do anything about it.More Button

What has happened is that the Minister said he would reply to Questions Nos. 35, 36, 37, 38 and 39. Is that correct, Minister? One was asked for as a written reply, so I am allowing it to go ahead a...More Button

Is the Minister answering Question No. 35 separately?More Button

That does not arise. I cannot control the manner in which the Minister replies.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Waterford City Housing Loans.

We cannot argue the matter here. (Interruptions.)More Button

The Ceann Comhairle is not responsible for the Minister's reply.More Button

This debate is not in order.More Button

A point of order, yes.More Button

I cannot allow a discussion on this.More Button

The Deputy is going into the substance of his question. He cannot do that.More Button

I am sorry, Deputy.More Button

That is not a point of order. The Deputy cannot dispute my ruling here. If he wants to see me about it afterwards, that is all right.More Button

The Deputy is endeavouring to ask the question in another way.More Button

The Deputy is making one great effort to do it.More Button

My ruling cannot be discussed in this manner. It is disorderly to do it.More Button

Provided it is a point of order, but my ruling cannot be questioned here.More Button

We must move on to the Order of Business.More Button

The Deputy may discuss it in my office. The remaining question will appear in tomorrow's Order Paper.More Button

Order of Business.

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

It does not arise on the Order of Business and it is disorderly to continue on it.More Button

Deputy Kelly, and just a question, please.More Button

This is turning into a debate.More Button

This is turning into a debate.More Button

I am calling item No. 1.More Button

Supplementary Estimates, 1980: Leave to introduce.

That is not a question. There has been agreement on this matter.More Button

Is it a point of order?More Button

Of course it is in order. I am calling item No. 11.More Button

This is the normal way of dealing with these matters.More Button

Gas (Amendment) Bill, 1980: Second and Subsequent Stages.

The Minister without interruptions, please.More Button

Supplementary Estimates, 1980. - Vote 41:Labour.

I should like the Deputy to confine himself to the items referred to in the Supplementary Estimate.More Button

The Deputy will appreciate that if I were to allow him to cover the whole labour spectrum we would be very much out of order. Therefore, I will ask him to refer only to what is contained in the Suppl...More Button

I am afraid the Deputy is going somewhat outside the confines of the debate.More Button

It is disorderly, Deputy, whether brief or otherwise.More Button

I do not like to interrupt the Deputy but would he please keep to the items in the Supplementary Estimate?More Button

Adjournment Debate. - County Dublin Housing.

The Deputy will appreciate that these are very long quotations.More Button

The Minister of State should be allowed to continue without interruption.More Button


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