Tunney, James C.

Tuesday, 13 March 1990

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 396 No. 9

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Order of Business.

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

The Ceann Comhairle's office will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle's office will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle's office will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

Will the Deputy please resume his seat?More Button

Will the Deputy please resume his seat or I will ask him to leave the House? (Interruptions.)More Button

Time has not changed the rules on the Order of Business.More Button

The Deputy has indicated that the legislation has not been promised. The Deputy knows that unless the legislation has been promised he cannot raise a question on it.More Button

Ag snámh in aghaidh an easa é sin. Ní féidir é sin a dhéanamh.More Button

The Deputy understands he is out of order.More Button

He cannot do so now, Deputy.More Button

The Deputy does not have to indicate to me what I know. The Deputy knows that if legislation has been promised it is perfectly in order to raise that matter but it is not in order to raise any other...More Button

The Deputy appreciates that regulations are not legislation in accordance with what is specified in Standing Orders. If Deputy De Rossa wants to alter that he and other Deputies who feel displeased c...More Button

It will not change, I will be surprised if you can.More Button

The Deputy is long enough here, he is a good learner and knows what is urgent and what is not. If the Ceann Comhairle has indicated that it does not qualify, the Deputy is entitled to ask, as he has ...More Button

The Ceann Comhairle's office will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle's office will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle's office will be in touch with the Deputy.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle's office will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle's office will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle's office will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle's office will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

The position has not changed. Does the Deputy wish to raise the matter on the Adjournment?More Button

Does the Deputy wish to raise it on the Adjournment? If not, he must resume his seat. (Interruptions.)More Button

Deputy Deenihan, I think Deputy McCormack can survive without your assistance.More Button

It does not guarantee that you will get what you want.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle's office will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle's office will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

I think Deputy Sherlock has a fair idea that that is not in order on the Order of Business. Is the Deputy asking for permission to raise it on the Adjournment?More Button

What legislation has been promised?More Button

I have to quote for the Deputy — and this does not give me any great pleasure — the agreed Standing Orders of this House. The Deputy is aware of the means by which these Standing Orders can be change...More Button

The Deputy is out of order.More Button

Because the Deputy says he is not out of order does not make his actions correct. I am telling the Deputy that in my interpretation of my duties in the House he is out of order and I am asking him to...More Button

I never tried to talk the Deputy, or any other Member, down. When he is quoting what is right he does not have to lower himself to that. I am calling on Deputy Quinn.More Button

Deputy Quinn, in anticipating me giving a positive reply to that, would be surprised if I did otherwise. The Deputy is an experienced Member of the House and he knows that on the Order of Business qu...More Button

I have already said “yes”. That is the position as far as I am concerned.More Button

The Deputy is out of order. I am calling Deputy Browne. The Deputy should resume his seat.More Button

If the Deputy does not resume his seat I shall have to ask him to leave the House.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle will communicate with Deputy Garland.More Button

The Deputy does not need to elaborate. The Ceann Comhairle will communicate with him.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

Defence (Amendment) Bill, 1990: Second Stage.

I suggest to you that you do not look invitingly or encouragingly at the Minister to answer questions. If Deputy Nealon addresses the Chair he can be guaranteed that the Chair will not tolerate any i...More Button

Deputy Nealon is not to be interrupted. If he addresses the Chair, the Chair will guarantee him that he will not be interrupted.More Button

Deputies will appreciate that if we are to have a situation where following a political statement made by a Deputy we are to have a succession of explanations we will be at this debate all day. Deput...More Button

Private Members' Business. - Local Authority Housing: Motion.

We are trespassing on Deputy Ruairí Quinn's time.More Button

Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button

Sorry, Deputy Ferris, we have to close the door on this debate for the moment. Will you move the adjournment of the debate?More Button

Private Members' Business. - Defence (Amendment) Bill, 1990: Second Stage (Resumed).

Deputy McCormack has a maximum of 13 minutes.More Button

The Deputy has already lost one. He has only 12 left now.More Button


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