Order of Business.
It is proposed to take No. 12.
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.
Deputy Spring, as far as you are concerned, nothing, and nothing will happen. (Interruptions.)
That is the intention.
I can certainly assure the Deputy that we will have a Dáil next week. I know he is very worried about that.
I made a few inroads into his territory during the summer. I have already agreed to the establishment of a foreign affairs committee.
The Deputy will have to wait.
The matter will be pursued.
Any such legislation is not likely this session.
Education Bill, 1991: First Stage.
No, Sir. Question put and agreed to.
Order of Business (Resumed).
It is not likely to be taken this session.
It is being pursued as actively as possible.
I am not averse to such a debate. It is a matter the Whips can consider.
It is on the list for this session.
I am not too sure but I will let the Deputy know.