Haughey, Charles J.

Thursday, 17 October 1991

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 411 No. 2

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Order of Business.

It is proposed to take No. 12.More Button

I see Deputy Bruton has advised his troops to prepare for Government. He might as well be preparing a cart horse to win the Derby.More Button

Deputy Spring, as far as you are concerned, nothing, and nothing will happen. (Interruptions.)More Button

That is the intention.More Button

I can certainly assure the Deputy that we will have a Dáil next week. I know he is very worried about that.More Button

I made a few inroads into his territory during the summer. I have already agreed to the establishment of a foreign affairs committee.More Button

The Deputy will have to wait.More Button

The matter will be pursued.More Button

Any such legislation is not likely this session.More Button

Education Bill, 1991: First Stage.

No, Sir. Question put and agreed to.More Button

Order of Business (Resumed).

It is not likely to be taken this session.More Button

It is being pursued as actively as possible.More Button

I am not averse to such a debate. It is a matter the Whips can consider.More Button

It is on the list for this session.More Button

I am not too sure but I will let the Deputy know.More Button

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