Dennehy, John

Wednesday, 21 March 1990

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 397 No. 3

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Social Welfare Bill, 1990: Second Stage.

Unfortunately, Deputy Byrne's opening comments amounted to a dirty, nasty and cheap but a typical personalised attack on the Taoiseach. There is no need for me to set out the Taoiseach's record on so...More Button

In the past couple of years, having watched the various stages of the growth and development of the democratic process of Deputy Byrne's party and their policies, I got the impression that that policy...More Button

If we really want to trade insults and talk of the privileged few in the way he did, I would point, for instance, to one of his own colleagues here who got massive amounts of tax payers' money by way ...More Button

Many taxpayers found that very difficult to take. It is ironic now that the same people are coming here and saying they should get the same amount again and use it in the same way. I have no wish to...More Button

Secondly, I will refer to the Deputy who is now contributing and who was not here earlier. He may have been in Europe or elsewhere. There was a reference to our captain. I would refer to Deputy By...More Button

The people should be aware that the Deputy is paid twice for the same job; no matter how hard he may work he is paid for being in two places at the one time.More Button

The Deputy is still being paid for being in two places at the one time.More Button

That is not acceptable to the public. The Deputy is now holding down two jobs. As captain of the fleet he should not be double jobbing.More Button

I regard this as a good move and I welcome it. The Fine Gael amendment moved by Deputy Flaherty made astonishing reading. Fine Gael propose to vote against this Bill on Second Stage. We should look...More Button

The people who will benefit from these schemes are happy with these improvements. It is important to note that the Minister has not confined himself to the easy options. He has taken the initiative ...More Button

Some of them may have a dual role, like the Deputy. They may be straying outside a haggard occasionally. For every unmarried mother there is a father somewhere, married or unmarried.More Button

The day of the flighty young man must come to an end. I refer to the type of man who could go out, live easy, take whatever benefits were available and then coolly walk away. I appreciate that the M...More Button

Written Answers. - Driving Licence Regulation.

Asked the minister: if he will consider changing the regulation whereby an Irish national who holds a driving licence in a developing country and allows his Irish licence to lapse must, on temporary reassignment or perma...More Button

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