Order of Business.
Will the Taoiseach say what is the significance of the Government yesterday withdrawing the Fisheries (Amendment) Bill, 1990, from the Order of Business for next Friday, after pursuing it vehemently l...
That is not correct. (Interruptions.)
Absolute lies, that is a lie.
It is a lie.
On a point of order—— (Interruptions.)
On a point of order, the Taoiseach has deliberately misled the House. He has lied to the House and I am asking him now to withdraw it. The Taoiseach has lied to the House, a Cheann Comhairle. (Inte...
I am telling the truth.
I have stated the truth. I am asking the Taoiseach to withdraw what he said.
The Taoiseach has deliberately misled the House.
It is true.
A Cheann Comhairle, are you insisting that I leave the House for telling the truth? I am stating the truth. I am asking the Taoiseach to withdraw the false allegation he made in the Chamber.
The Taoiseach has——
I will not withdraw it, a Cheann Comhairle. I will withdraw from the House in protest, because I am speaking the truth and the Taoiseach has spoken an untruth.