McManus, Liz

Thursday, 10 February 2005

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 597 No. 4

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Order of Business.

We all feel great sympathy for the family of Róisín Ruddle on a terrible tragedy. I hope that at least some good can come of the matter. Will the Tánaiste finally recognise the serious deficiencies in...More Button

The nurses are going to the United States and Australia.More Button

I asked a question that was not answered. It is important that there should be a debate in the House——More Button

It was not answered.More Button

I appreciate that. I thanked the Ceann Comhairle at that time.More Button

I do not mean to be disorderly. I was very grateful to——More Button

I am seeking a simple answer.More Button

I asked the Tánaiste if we could have a debate on the nursing crisis. I hope the Tánaiste——More Button

——appreciates the importance of such a debate.More Button

I hope the Tánaiste will agree to have a debate.More Button

The Tánaiste’s failure to recognise the crisis is part of the problem.More Button

The Deputies on the Government side do not see any evil.More Button

Tuesday week. It was a tiny Bill that the Tánaiste talked about.More Button

It is a shame.More Button

Priority Questions - Industrial Disputes.

Asked the minister: the measures she is taking to protect patient care, in view of the decision by hospital consultants to ballot for industrial action; the outcome of the promised meeting of legal teams; if she has sati...More Button

I thank the Minister for her reply. It is regrettable that the hospital consultants are threatening this action. Does the Minister not accept, however, that doctors are extremely anxious and concerned...More Button

Will the Minister assure us that a legally binding guarantee will be given to patients as well as doctors to resolve the immediate problems of potential industrial action? The Minister has not answere...More Button

The Minister has not responded to my question. What about the historic liabilities of the MPS?More Button

Other Questions - Nursing Home Subventions.

I also know of cases where people have been pauperised. They are dependent on the enhanced subvention and find that the cost of nursing home care is increasing to the point where they can no longer pa...More Button

Written Answers - Medical Cards.

Asked the minister: the number of medical cards issued as of 30 September 2004; the latest date for which figures are available; the reason the number of medical card holders continues to decline having regard to the ple...More Button

Written Answers - Mental Health Services.

Asked the minister: if her attention has been drawn to the serious concern expressed by those organisations dealing with persons with a mental illness about the decision to relocate the Central Mental Hospital to the sam...More Button

Written Answers - Rights of the Child.

Asked the minister: her views on the call made by the Ombudsman for Children for a constitutional amendment to protect the rights of children; and if she will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers - Vaccination Programme.

Asked the minister: the number of cases of mumps in the first month of 2005; the way in which this compares with the same period in 2004; and if she will make a statement on the matter.More Button


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