Bruton, Richard

Wednesday, 7 November 2001

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 543 No. 3

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Written Answers. - Job Losses.

Asked the minister: the number of redundancies notified to her Department in each month of 2000; and the number notified in each month of 2001 to date. More Button

Written Answers. - International Conventions.

Asked the minister: the position in relation to the Government's ratification of the United Nations conventions on the suppression of terrorism.More Button

Written Answers. - International Terrorism.

Asked the minister: the obligations of States to surrender persons suspected of involvement in the terrorist attack of 11 September 2001.More Button

Written Answers. - Overseas Development Aid.

Asked the minister: the Government position on closing the borders against Afghan refugees and their right to access to the support of United Nations agencies both within and outside Afghanistan.More Button

Written Answers. - Defence Forces Retirement Scheme.

Asked the minister: the basis for determining the date of discharge from the Army when a member of the Forces switches from full-time service to being a member of the reservists subject to occasional call-up; and the way...More Button

Written Answers. - Medical Cards.

Asked the minister: the way in which the income support entitlement of persons in institutions such as one (details supplied) in Dublin 20 fits with the obligations of the State to provide appropriate care free of charge...More Button

Written Answers. - Psychiatric Services.

Asked the minister: if there is a licensing or certification procedure before persons can offer psychological therapy, which involves techniques of recovered memory; if his attention has been drawn to a British review bo...More Button

Written Answers. - Medical Screening.

Asked the minister: if there are circumstances in which persons are automatically screened for diseases or medical conditions without their consent; and if so, the circumstances in which this can occur.More Button

Written Answers. - Speech Therapy Service.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the fact that classes which have been established to provide education for children with special needs are frequently operating without an adequate standard of servi...More Button

Written Answers. - Orthodontic Service.

Asked the minister: the legislative changes he plans to provide a legal basis for the 50% grant for orthodontic work which has been promised as a pilot scheme on Dublin's northside.More Button

Written Answers. - Social Welfare Benefits.

Asked the minister: the income support entitlement that applies to persons in institutions such as one (details supplied) in Dublin 20.More Button

Written Answers. - Residency Permits.

Asked the minister: if EU non- nationals are obliged to make a statement of their health condition or to undergo tests or treatments when applying for temporary residence here.More Button

Written Answers. - Special Educational Needs.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the fact that classes which have been established to provide education for children with special needs are frequently operating without an adequate standard of servi...More Button


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