Finance Bill, 1981: Second Stage.
The Deputy has three minutes to conclude.
The Minister is not entitled to say anything, nor should he be invited to do so.
The Deputy has only one minute until we move on to some other matter. He should be allowed to proceed without interruption.
Private Members' Business. - Retail Grocery Trade (Special Provisions) Bill, 1981: Second Stage (Resumed).
Last night I called Deputy Ryan and he does not appear to be here tonight. Deputy O'Keeffe has 30 minutes.
The Deputy can make his case without making charges against an identifiable firm. I am asking the Deputy not to name firms or individuals.
The Deputy should not introduce county council matters into this debate.
He objected very strongly the last night here to Deputies reading their speeches. I take it that Deputy Briscoe wrote all this in the hour he spent there writing.
So long as the Deputy does not read his speech. Otherwise he will incur the ire of the Chair and of Deputy Richie Ryan.
The Deputy should not name firms or individuals in his speech.
Deputies should try to stay with the Bill before the House.
The Chair has said nothing yet, Deputy.
The Deputy should speak through the Chair.
Deputy Briscoe is entitled to make his own speech.
He does not need any help at the moment.
Deputy O'Toole will have the right to reply later.
The Deputy in possession should not be asked questions and should not answer them.
I hope we will not debate bingo on this Bill.
Please, Deputies. We have only one minute left.
Would the Deputy move the adjournment?
You will have ten seconds tomorrow night. Debate adjourned. The Dáil adjourned at 8.30 p.m. until 10.30 a.m. on Wednesday, 8 April 1981.