Pattison, Séamus

Wednesday, 7 November 2001

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 543 No. 3

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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 notices under Standing Order 31 dealing with two different topics. I propose to deal with these topics separately and I will c...More Button

Having given the matter full consideration, I do not consider it to be contemplated by Standing Order 31 and therefore I cannot grant leave to move the motion. In regard to the second topic I have rec...More Button

Having given the matter full consideration I do not consider it to be contemplated by Standing Order 31 and therefore I cannot grant leave to move the motion.More Button

Order of Business.

There are two proposals to be put to the House. Is the proposal for dealing with No. 49 agreed?More Button

Is the Deputy opposing the proposal?More Button

We are discussing the proposal for dealing with No. 49.More Button

Does the Taoiseach wish to reply?More Button

Is the proposal agreed? Agreed. Is the proposal for dealing with Question Time tomorrow agreed? Agreed. We will now move on to Leaders' Questions.More Button

I will allow a supplementary question from Deputy Quinn.More Button

That is not in order.More Button

The Deputy must confine her question to promised legislation.More Button

The Deputy must confine her question to promised legislation. This does not arise on the Order of Business.More Button

The Deputy is disorderly. She is out of order. There are other ways that the matter can be raised. This is not the proper moment to raise it.More Button

The question is not on promised legislation.More Button

This is not the proper way to raise the matter. It is not in order. We are on the Order of Business.More Button

I think the Deputy is referring to the content of legislation.More Button

A question please.More Button

We cannot have a debate on this matter at this stage.More Button

Does the Deputy have a question on promised legislation?More Button

If the Deputy does not have a question on promised legislation he should resume his seat.More Button

The Deputy should put a question on legislation.More Button

Does this involve legislation, Taoiseach?More Button

The Deputy has put her question, so she should let the Taoiseach respond to it.More Button

Deputies should not make long statements. Questions on legislation are the only matters in order at this stage.More Button

Brief questions on promised legislation are the only matters in order; anything else is not in order at this stage. The Deputy should not proceed with statements, just questions on promised legislatio...More Button

The Deputy is not in order.More Button

Does this involve promised legislation?More Button

The Deputy's question should relate to promised legislation.More Button

The Deputy is out of order.More Button

The Deputy can raise that matter in a number of other ways.More Button

The Deputy is not in order. I call Deputy Sargent.More Button

The Deputy is making statements. It is not in order to make statements on the Order of Business.More Button

I point out to the Deputy that statements are not in order at this stage.More Button

What a Bill contains is not in order.More Button

We are discussing legislation now.More Button

Is it to do with promised legislation?More Button

The Deputy is completely out of order. The Order of Business is now concluded.More Button

Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Bill, 2001 [ Seanad ] : Second Stage (Resumed).

Deputy Browne is in possession and has 14 minutes remaining.More Button

Ceisteanna–Questions. Priority Questions. - Social Welfare Benchmarking.

The Deputy may not quote at Question Time.More Button

It is out of order to quote at Question Time. The Deputy should confine himself to questions.More Button

The Deputy is making a statement.More Button

The Deputy is being disorderly. He should resume his seat.More Button

The Deputy should not ask questions unless the Chair gives him the floor. The Minister must be given an opportunity to reply.More Button

I will allow the Deputy to make a very brief comment. According to Standing Orders the time limit is up.More Button

Yes, 12 minutes.More Button

We cannot change Standing Orders.More Button

Standing Orders cannot be changed on the floor of the House.More Button

The Deputy must ask a question. If the Deputy does not resume his seat the Minister will not have an opportunity to reply.More Button

The Deputy must be brief.More Button

We must move on to the next question. I asked the Minister to deal with Question No. 3.More Button

I ask the Minister to deal with Question No.3.More Button

Ceisteanna–Questions. Priority Questions. - Industrial Action.

The Deputy must ask a question.More Button

Ceisteanna–Questions. Priority Questions. - Social Welfare Benefits.

The Deputy is making a statement. This is Question Time.More Button

The Deputy is making statements. This is Question Time.More Button

The Deputy continues to be disorderly. This is Question Time, but the Deputy is not asking questions, he is making statements.More Button

I ask the Minister to address the Chair.More Button

That is not a point of order.More Button

I ask the Minister to address the Chair.More Button

We must proceed to Question No. 5.More Button

The Chair has called Question No. 5 and we should proceed to it.More Button

I have called Question No. 5. These are priority questions.More Button

That is not a point of order.More Button

The Minister without interruption.More Button

The Minister without interruption.More Button

A question for the Minister.More Button

Time is up on priority questions. We must proceed to other questions.More Button

Other Questions. - Euro Changeover.

The Deputy has exhausted his time. There is a one minute limit on supplementary questions.More Button

I ask the Deputy to comply with Standing Orders.More Button

There is a one minute limit on a supplementary question. I call on the Minister.More Button

No. I ask the Deputy to comply with Standing Orders. The Deputy is being disorderly.More Button

The Deputy is being disorderly. He cannot continue because he is way over the limit of one minute for supplementary questions.More Button

That is unfortunate, but the Chair cannot bend the rules.More Button

Order, please.More Button

Order, please.More Button

If the Deputy wishes to ask a question, I will put him on the list.More Button

The minute is up and the Minister should resume his seat.More Button

There is a limit of one minute for supplementary replies.More Button

Deputy Broughan may ask another supplementary question. He is limited to one minute.More Button

The Deputy should ask a question.More Button

The Minister should be allowed to conclude without interruption.More Button

The Deputy will get a chance to speak.More Button

The Minister is not responsible for the prices.More Button

Order, please.More Button

Other Questions. - Pension Provisions.

The Deputy should put his question.More Button

The Deputy has exceeded the one minute limit.More Button

The Minister has exceeded the one minute limit.More Button

The Deputy has exceeded his one minute limit.More Button

I ask the Deputy to conclude as he has exceeded his one minute limit.More Button

I ask the Deputy to resume his seat. I remind the House that there is a one minute limit on supplementary questions and a one minute limit on the replies.More Button

The Minister, without interruption.More Button

The time is up. I call Deputy McGrath.More Button

That is not a point of order. I will allow the Minister to come back in again.More Button

Deputy McGrath to put his question.More Button

Other Questions. - Social Welfare Benefits.

The Minister's one minute is up.More Button

Youth Work Bill, 2000: Report and Final Stages.

As amendments Nos. 2, 7 and 12 are related to amendment No. 1, they may be discussed together.More Button

We are dealing with amendment No. 4.More Button

Amendments Nos. 5 and 6 are related and both may be discussed together by agreement.More Button

Private Members' Business. - Confidence in Minister: Motion (Resumed).

Will the Minister of State conclude?More Button

Yes.More Button


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