Wilson, John P.

Wednesday, 30 January 1985

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 355 No. 5

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We might hear too much about bonds before the day is out.More Button

A Leas-Cheann Comhairle I was not here for the order of Business. Is there a time limit on this debate or will it go on later?More Button

That is the trouble.More Button

It is a pity we have not got the other bit.More Button

I am on the Deputy's side. I do not know who “we” and “they” are. I thought we were all one.More Button

The Government could have rescinded that.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Insurance Industry.

Some of them do not even get on to the Order Paper.More Button

Provided there is fair trading.More Button

Will the Minister tell the House if he has any special provisions in mind with regard to the insuring of young people?More Button

No, it is related.More Button

The specifics are, young people, insurance and exorbitant prices. What is the policy of the Minister of State?More Button

It is so high they avoid taking it out at all. They cannot afford it.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Tourism Plans.

Will the Minister ensure that the group who are undertaking the study will have regard to the Six Counties situation when reaching final conclusions on policy?More Button

When putting his final proposals to the group, will the Minister ensure that the liaison with the Six Counties Tourist Board is strengthened and maintained in the interests of tourism in the whole Uls...More Button

Financial Resolutions, 1985. - Financial Resolution No. 3: Excise— Hydrocarbons.

I should like to emphasise the seriousness of the increase in hydrocarbon oils. The taking of £27 million on this is a serious impost because of the impact it will have on various aspects of Irish li...More Button

That was not done.More Button

Financial Resolutions, 1985. - Financial Resolution No. 7: Value-Added Tax.

That is the nub of the matter.More Button

The Taoiseach should have a look at the market in housing. (Interruptions.)More Button

Demand is not good now.More Button

I want to talk for a few moments on what is the most scandalous provision in this budget. That is the imposition of 10 per cent VAT on shoes.More Button

We have been less than severe on the Government for this scandalous imposition. I do not know where the Labour Party Members are. Deputy Bell has arrived in here. Is there anybody left over there w...More Button

I see Deputy Bell on the opposite side, a distinguished trade unionist who represented the leather workers at national level with the Transport and General Workers' Union. I would like to hear from h...More Button

It so happens that a Minister for Education on this side of the House extended the period for education here substantially many years ago and by providing the first grant for third level education ext...More Button

Let me say this. As Deputy O'Rourke said last year, the teenage period is a period when the clothes bill is the highest for families. The young people today are much more choosey than they were year...More Button

The grand toreador of the party branch bull.More Button

And the highest rate of unemployment.More Button


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