O'Hanlon, Rory

Tuesday, 15 May 2001

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 536 No. 2

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Other Questions. - Pre-Retirement Courses.

Have you a question, Deputy Shatter?More Button

Deputy Shatter, the Chair addressed you. Have you a question?More Button

You did not ask a question.More Button

Other Questions. - Defence Forces Commemorations.

The Deputy should ask a question.More Button

Other Questions. - Army Barracks.

The Deputy is moving away from the substance of the question.More Button

The time has expired for this question. We must confine the time to six minutes.More Button

Other Questions. - Civil Defence.

We are moving away from the substance of the question.More Button

We are moving on to the next question as we have spent over six minutes on this.More Button

No I do not. If the Deputy—More Button

I suggest the Deputy submit a question on this matter.More Button

The question, for the benefit of the Deputy, states: To ask the Minister for Defence the position regarding the review of the Civil Defence; the number of full time officers; the number of members and...More Button

The second question states: “To ask the Minister for Defence the strength, male and female, of the Civil Defence; and if he will make a statement on the matter.” That is different from what the Deput...More Button

I am not allowing the Deputy to respond. I am calling Question No. 72.More Button

The Deputy will withdraw that remark.More Button

The Deputy will withdraw that remark.More Button

I am asking the Deputy to withdraw the remark. Do you wish to withdraw the remark or leave the House?More Button

Other Questions. - Army Barracks.

Sorry, Minister. I ask the Deputy to withdraw that remark unequivocally or leave the House.More Button

Unequivocally?More Button

The Deputy will be asked to leave the House if there are any more remarks like that.More Button

Other Questions. - Hearing Impairment Claims.

I will allow a final supplementary question from Deputy Shatter before the Minister answers.More Button

Adjournment Debate Matters.

I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 21 and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy McGuinness – the need to estab...More Button

Request to move Adjournment of Dáil under Standing Order 31.

Before coming to the Order of Business I propose to deal with a number of related notices of motion under Standing Order 31 from Deputies Gay Mitchell and Neville. I call the Deputies in the order in ...More Button

Having considered the matters fully, the Ceann Comhairle does not consider them to be contemplated by Standing Order 31 and, therefore, cannot grant leave to move the motion.More Button

Order of Business.

There are no proposals to be put before the House.More Button

That does not arise.More Button

Under Standing Order 26—More Button

—it is the prerogative of the Taoiseach to announce business for the day.More Button

No other decision of the House is required.More Button

Not at this stage.More Button

There will be an opportunity to do so, as we are moving on to Leaders' questions and the Deputy will be able to do so then.More Button

The Deputy will have an opportunity to raise this matter on Leaders' questions.More Button

This matter does not arise at this stage.More Button

The Deputy may raise the matter by way of Leaders' questions.More Button

Allow the Taoiseach to answer the questions raised.More Button

I ask Members to refrain from interrupting.More Button

Before the Taoiseach continues, I remind the House that Deputies Noonan and Quinn were afforded the courtesy of putting their questions without interruption and I ask Members on each side of the House...More Button

On the Order of Business, I will take Deputy Quinn first. He had a question earlier which I ruled out at that stage.More Button

That is not relevant to the Order of Business.More Button

Please, Deputy Mitchell, have you a question relating to the business of the House?More Button

On the Health (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill.More Button

I understand it is being taken in the House tomorrow. We will move on to a question from Deputy Fitzgerald.More Button

Deputy Mitchell, you are out of order. You have asked your question.More Button

I call Deputy Fitzgerald.More Button

Is the question on legislation?More Button

Will you come to the legislation please?More Button

Have you a question on legislation?More Button

That does not arise.More Button

On No. 60.More Button

That does not arise on your question, Deputy Owen. On the first part of the question, the Taoiseach to reply.More Button

I will allow the first part of the question on the medical practitioners Bill.More Button

Have you a question appropriate to the Order of Business?More Button

The first part of the question is in order.More Button

It does not arise on the Order of Business but, as the Deputy is well aware, the Chair has no control over the replies.More Button

According to the long-standing precedent, the Chair has no control over the replies from a Minister.More Button

I suggest that you take it up with either the Dáil reform committee or the Committee on Procedure and Privileges which will meet tomorrow.More Button

I call Deputy Howlin.More Button

There is no need to explain it in the House.More Button

I call Deputy Howlin.More Button

No such legislation is promised.More Button

The question does not arise on the Order of Business. Deputy Olivia Mitchell.More Button

The Taoiseach has already answered the question on the Bill.More Button

That is not appropriate to the Order of Business. Deputy Rabbitte to ask the final question.More Button

We are moving on to—More Button

That does not arise on the Order of Business.More Button

Order of Business. - Euro Changeover (Amounts) Bill, 2001: Second Stage (Resumed).

The Minister for Finance will resume his speech in reply to the Second Stage.More Button

Order of Business. - Agriculture Appeals Bill, 2001 [ Seanad ] : Second Stage (Resumed).

Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button

Written Answers - Life Expectancy in G7 Countries.

Asked the minister: the life expectancy of the men and women in each of the G7 countries; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button


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