Yates, Ivan

Wednesday, 20 April 1994

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 441 No. 6

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Order of Business.

When the polls are closed.More Button

Five hundred pounds per house.More Button

How many Fianna Fáil candidates will there be?More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - US Visa Requirements.

Asked the minister: if he will lobby in the United States to have the legislation to remove the visa requirement for Irish citizens to visit the United States for 90 days or less passed and implemented by September 1994.More Button

Finance Bill, 1994: Second Stage (Resumed).

I do not think he was in favour of rates.More Button

Stop its growth.More Button

No. It is to control the growth in public expenditure in this period of doom and gloom.More Button

The rates are not a problem.More Button

Tell us about the rates.More Button

What about the ceiling?More Button

I understand about standardisation.More Button

I think the term was “Lanigan's Ball”.More Button

A new rate of 27 per cent——More Button

Is the Minister in support of the Minister for the Environment or the Taoiseach?More Button

The Star Chamber.More Button

Written Answers. - Aid to Sierra Leone.

Asked the minister: the assistance, if any, he proposes to give to Sierra Leone following the recent murder of an Irish person there (details supplied).More Button

Written Answers. - Aid for Fishing Industry.

Asked the minister: if he will ensure in the allocation of the £5 million aid for fishermen due to poor weather conditions over recent months that there will be a fair distribution of the resources between the east coast...More Button

Written Answers. - Grant Payments.

Asked the minister: the reason a person (details supplied) in County Wexford has not been paid suckler cow premium on his full herd as applied for; and if he will have arrangements made to have this situation rectified a...More Button

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