Tunney, James C.

Tuesday, 28 April 1992

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 418 No. 7

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Order of Business.

Are we all satisfied now that we have released unwelcome emotions? Could we proceed with the business of the House?More Button

Indulging in this kind of behaviour, Deputy Bruton, is not representative.More Button

If conscience makes cowards of us, that is all right by me as long as it does not apply to the Chair.More Button

We have established that we do not respond to or test the veracity of newspapers or indeed any other organ of the media on the Order of Business. (Interruptions.)More Button

I am sure that any Deputy who might be in fear of the media would take the same line.More Button

Deputy Barnes has been so courteous that the Chair did not want to interrupt to tell her that she was out of order. The Deputy will appreciate that this is not the time for probing beyond the announc...More Button

This is not a matter for the Order of Business.More Button

The Taoiseach has indicated that it is promised but he does not have to indicate at this stage what will be in it. The Deputy may table a question which, I am sure, would elicit the information she ...More Button

Private Members' Business. - Mental Treatment (Amendment) Bill, 1992: Second Stage.

We must get the agreement of the House to the Deputy sharing his time with Deputy Moynihan. Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button

If the Deputy wants to keep convincing his colleague that he regards him as equal, his ten minutes are up.More Button

Gabh mo leathscéal. I did not know whether the Deputy was treating him equally.More Button


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