Dukes, Alan M.

Tuesday, 28 February 1989

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 387 No. 7

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Remarks by British Politicians.

asked the Taoiseach if he intends to convey to the British prime minister the fact that Irish public opinion deplores remarks recently made by successive politicians in the United Kingdom which have c...More Button

May I ask the Taoiseach if that statement was the only way in which he conveyed his views to the British government?More Button

May I ask the Taoiseach if there has been any reaction from the British government? Does the Taoiseach feel that his statement has hit the mark in any sense?More Button

May I ask the Taoiseach if he intends to have this matter raised specifically and explicitly at a meeting of the Anglo-Irish Conference because I suggest it is a channel through which sensitivities ca...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Level of Emigration.

asked the Taoiseach if he will make arrangements for the Central Statistics Office to carry out a survey to ascertain the level of emigration in the past year (a) nationally (b) by county of origin an...More Button

I am surprised that the Taoiseach did not answer that question himself. He was quite capable of doing so. I wonder if the action taken in the context of the labour force surveys is such as to give t...More Button

Does the Minister of State not think it unsatisfactory, to say the least, that it will not be until August of this year that we will have any information for a period ending in the middle of last year...More Button

Does the Minister of State not agree that since he is relying on annual labour force surveys based on a sample of 45,000 households, it would be more directly relevant if a sample of a similar size we...More Button

That person is put down as one of the travellers.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Bakery Trade.

Is the Minister happy with the manner in which the Minister for Industry and Commerce is dealing with this matter?More Button

Request to Move Adjournment of Dáil under Standing Order 30.

I would propose that the House would appoint 5.30 p.m. for the moving of that motion.More Button

Order of Business.

On the Order of Business, may I ask the Taoiseach if he intends to make a statement in the House covering fully and in detail his and the Minister for Agriculture and Food's knowledge of and involveme...More Button

I am not asking for an answer to the question now.More Button

I am asking if the Taoiseach intends to make a statement in the House because I have reason to believe that we have not heard the full story and I think the House is entitled to hear it.More Button

I am entitled to ask on the Order of Business, Sir, if the Taoiseach intends to make a statement as part of the business of the House.More Button

You may be sure, a Cheann Comhairle, that I will put down a series of questions on the issue, but I would like the Taoiseach to have the opportunity of clearing the air before he comes to deal with th...More Button

I am delighted to be able to tell the Taoiseach that he will be afforded that opportunity very shortly.More Button


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