Ring, Michael

Wednesday, 16 May 2001

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 536 No. 3

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Order of Business. - Health (Miscellaneous Provisions) (No. 2) Bill, 2000 [ Seanad ] : Report and Final Stages.

I wish to speak.More Button

I am the spokesman on the Bill and I expected it to come back to me.More Button

Fine Gael never ran away from anything. We were there from 1918 to 1921, are here today and will be here in the future. (Interruptions.)More Button

We will be here for the next 75 years.More Button

Unlike the Deputy, I do not say one thing in the Dáil and another in the constituency.More Button

I hope the learned Members of Fianna Fáil might let us do that. It was poor form that the Government did not have the legal framework in place when this was announced at the budget. It is embarrassing...More Button

We did not get much protection a while ago.More Button

They were shouting and roaring.More Button

I will not take a lecture from you. I have the same rights in this House as you.More Button

The Chair is a bit upset with Fine Gael today.More Button

I will not either.More Button

You will not.More Button

I will not. I was elected here to speak.More Button

There are two points I want to put to the Minister, even at this late stage. Some fine speeches have been made this morning, including that of my colleague, Deputy Neville. I ask the Minister to revie...More Button

I have respect for the Chair, and Deputy Briscoe who is leaving the Chamber lectured about the need to have respect for the Chair.More Button

I ask for protection from the Chair.More Button

There has been a significant increase in the number of people, particularly young people, who has developed asthma. The time has come for the Minister to make another political decision, to address th...More Button

It is an Árd-Fheis speech.More Button

I also welcome the Minister's acceptance of the amendment and congratulate Deputy Neville and Dr. Connolly in Castlebar. Both of them have done wonderful work and have been a great consolation to fami...More Button

Written Answers - Grant Payments.

Asked the minister: if a REP scheme application has been received from a person (details supplied) in County Mayo; and if so, when this person can expect payment to issue.More Button

Written Answers - Hospital Services.

Asked the minister: when a person (details supplied) in County Mayo will be called for a hip operation at Cappagh Hospital.More Button

Written Answers - Orthodontic Service.

Asked the minister: the reason the waiting list for orthodontic assessment in the Western Health Board area has increased from two months to ten months; and the number of children who are waiting for assessment at presen...More Button

Written Answers - Hospital Services.

Asked the minister: when a person (details supplied) in County Mayo will be called for assessment by an orthopaedic surgeon at Galway Regional Hospital or Merlin Park Hospital.More Button

Written Answers - Orthodontic Service.

Asked the minister: when he will provide a comprehensive answer to an earlier parliamentary question; and when a person (details supplied) in County Mayo will be called for orthodontic treatment.More Button

Written Answers - Housing Grants.

Asked the minister: if he has plans to introduce housing grants to repair older homes for people under the age of 65, in the middle or low income brackets.More Button


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