Boyle, Dan

Tuesday, 25 March 2003

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 563 No. 4

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Leaders' Questions.

Mr. Rumsfeld has.More Button

Order of Business.

Has any time been found for the Oireachtas (appointment of inspectors to assist committees) Bill and is this being given any sense of urgency by the Government?More Button

European Council Meeting: Statements.

We cannot agree to that – not into Private Member's time.More Button

National Transport Authority Bill 2003: Second Stage.

In an era of retrenchment in Government finances strong analysis must be carried out to learn the reason profligate spending has been allowed in the provision of transport infrastructure. This is true...More Button

On a point of order, the Opposition is prohibited from introducing legislation which involves a charge on the State.More Button

We could accept amendments put forward by the Minister.More Button

Freedom of Information (Amendment) Bill 2003 [ Seanad ] : Second Stage.

On a point of order, the precedent is a division of the House on an Order for Second Stage on the National Development Development Finance Agency Bill in December 2002. If it happened then, I cannot u...More Button

Written Answers - Foreign Aircraft.

Asked the minister: the legal instruments which exist that oblige the Government to carry liability for intentional damage caused here by individuals, or groupings of individuals, to foreign military aircraft.More Button

Written Answers - EU Presidency.

Asked the minister: the consideration being given to holding a European Council summit meeting in Cork city during Ireland's forthcoming Presidency of the European Union.More Button

Asked the minister: the consideration being given to holding a European Council summit meeting in Cork city during Ireland's forthcoming Presidency of the European Union.More Button


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