Bruton, John

Wednesday, 28 March 2001

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 533 No. 4

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Adjournment Debate Matters. - ACC Bank Bill, 2001: Second Stage (Resumed).

How much would it cost the public if Members were to charge a fee for half an hour of their time?More Button

The Minister for Finance is not listening because he is not present.More Button

But science is his area of responsibility.More Button

I was disappointed by the contribution of the Minister of State, Deputy Cullen, because he did not deal, in any serious way, with the problems the ACC faces. He referred briefly to the bank's apology ...More Button

The Irish Times mentioned this man by name in its Thursday, 17 August, 2000 edition. I am quoting from that source. There is no problem with that. It is impossible to discuss this matter without ment...More Button

I know the Minister of State has a reputation for tackling any brief, regardless of whether he has read it, and I commend him for that. That is the courage I would expect of a Galway man, perhaps not ...More Button

Hear, hear.More Button

They will get more now in the waste Bill.More Button

We should know about it.More Button

I was.More Button

When will the Minister come into the House? More Button

Can the Minister of State at the Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform, Deputy Mary Wallace, tell us when the Minister for Finance will come into the House or are we wasting our sweetness on ...More Button

How can he listen to the debate here if he must listen to that debate? More Button

It is not the fault of the Minister of State, Deputy Mary Wallace.More Button


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