Callely, Ivor

Thursday, 2 December 2004

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 594 No. 2

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The reduction is not the result of tax.More Button

I welcome the opportunity to participate in this debate on the budget. I congratulate my good friend and colleague, the Minister for Finance, Deputy Cowen, on the presentation of his first budget. The...More Button

Our great country has enjoyed its longest period of sustained economic growth and is now stable, wealthier and in a far healthier position to face the global challenges of the 21st century. Under the ...More Button

The journalist sums up by saying “Imagine all of that and imagine what you, the audience, would have said in response. You would have said . . . that would be paradise.” She also stated: Irish women’s...More Button

There is no doubt we have come a long way and have witnessed a transformation of our great country, particularly during the past seven years. In terms of tackling unemployment, there are an additional...More Button

The answer to the Deputy’s question is that there are some particular transport projects, especially on the north side——More Button

——which I have in mind and which need this budgeting requirement. That is the reason for the ten-year envelope. I am happy to record progress on public transport services. The DART system is a tremend...More Button


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