Crawford, Seymour

Wednesday, 7 November 2001

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 543 No. 3

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Order of Business.

Legislation may be needed because farmers—More Button

Other Questions. - Euro Changeover.

The Minister has a great deal to say.More Button

Other Questions. - Pension Provisions.

No issue has caused as much concern for those who were forced to emigrate from the State during the 1950s and 1960s when there was no work for them. Many have returned here to set up home so that they...More Button

As one of the Members in this House, along with Deputy Jim O'Keeffe, who pushed the issue of the interest rate change, I take exception to this group of people being used to pay for the change or for ...More Button

A blind pensioner could not read that and will suffer accordingly.More Button

Other Questions. - Social Welfare Benefits.

Since many questions were asked under this heading I do not think time is that scarce. I welcome any change to the carer's allowance. The previous Government made changes which boosted the figures men...More Button

My first question is simple. A respite care allowance is available to those who were carers on or about 5 June every year. There is an anomaly whereby someone who cares for a neighbour or friend will ...More Button

I ask the Minister to ensure not only that it is not off his agenda but that it is firmly on it. One of the cases relating to a British pension and involving a widower—More Button


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