O'Hanlon, Rory

Tuesday, 15 November 2005

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 610 No. 64

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Ceisteanna — Questions - Ministerial Responsibilities.

Has the Deputy a question?More Button

The Deputy has gone well outside the range of the four questions which refer to the functions and responsibilities of the Ministers of State in the Department of the Taoiseach.More Button

The Deputy knows supplementary questions must be——More Button

The questions he raised about the numbers of staff in the Ministers of State’s offices should be submitted separately. They are not included in this question.More Button

I allowed the Deputy to put that question even though it is outside the scope of these four questions, but then he moved on to advertising——More Button

The Deputy knows that the Chair is acting in accordance with Standing Orders.More Button

That matter does not arise under these questions.More Button

Has the Deputy a question?More Button

The Deputy is making a speech.More Button

The Deputy should confine himself to a brief question.More Button

It does not arise. I will take a brief final question from——More Button

It does not arise from these questions.More Button

Before the Taoiseach responds, I will accept a brief and final supplementary question from Deputy Kehoe, followed by a final reply.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions - Departmental Bodies.

Does the Deputy have a question?More Button

The matter does not arise from this group of questions.More Button

The Deputy should submit a separate question to the appropriate Minister.More Button

The Deputy must ask a question as other Members wish to contribute.More Button

I have ruled the question on funding is out of order.More Button

Deputy Rabbitte.More Button

I am sorry, but I have called Deputy Rabbitte.More Button

Leaders’ Questions.

Allow Deputy Rabbitte to speak without interruption, please.More Button

The Deputy’s time is concluded.More Button

Allow the Taoiseach speak without interruption, please.More Button

The Chair will not allow a situation to develop where Deputy Rabbitte goes well over time in putting his question, goes outside Standing Orders and the Chair does not take appropriate action to ensure...More Button

Allow the Taoiseach answer the question posed by Deputy Higgins.More Button

Requests to move Adjournment of Dáil under Standing Order 31.

Having considered the matters raised, they are not in order under Standing Order 31.More Button

It would not be a matter for the Chair. It is a matter for the House under Standing Orders.More Button

If the Deputy examines a number of these——More Button

The Chair’s ruling is in accordance with precedence and if the Deputy requests an opportunity——More Button

If the Deputy will listen——More Button

We will not discuss this on the floor of the House.More Button

If the Deputy considers what has been raised under Standing Orders, most issues have already been raised in Leaders’ Questions.More Button

More have been raised on the Adjournment.More Button

No, Deputy——More Button

——the Chair made no personal decisions.More Button

When the Deputy submits a matter in accordance with Standing Order 31, I will allow it.More Button

Order of Business.

There is one proposal to put to the House. Is the proposal for dealing with No. 10, motion re referral to joint committee of proposed approval by Dáil Éireann on the European evidence warrant, agreed?More Button

The Taoiseach should be allowed to reply.More Button

It does not arise on the Order of Business.More Button

I suggest the Deputy finds another way to raise the matter.More Button

Of course, and it should be dealt with in accordance with the rules of the HouseMore Button

I suggest the Deputy submits a question to the appropriate Minister.More Button

It does not arise on the Order of Business.More Button

Does the Deputy have a question on legislation?More Button

I have not yet called Deputy Durkan.More Button

The matter does not arise on the Order of Business. As it has already been selected on the Adjournment, I ask the Deputy not to debate it as a token of fairness to her colleague who submitted it.More Button

The matter does not arise on the Order of Business.More Button

I ask the Minister to allow Deputy Breen to put his question.More Button

The question must be appropriate to the Order of Business. What matter is the Deputy raising?More Button

The Deputy has had many chances.More Button

On the legislation, I call the Taoiseach.More Button

Deputy Breen, please allow the Taoiseach to answer the question.More Button

I call the Taoiseach to answer on the legislation.More Button

We move on to No. 10, motion re referral to joint committee of proposed approval by Dáil Éireann for a Council framework decision on the European evidence warrant for obtaining objects, documents and ...More Button

Very well.More Button

The Deputy should ask her question, if she has one. If she does not, we will move on to No. 10.More Button

Does the Deputy have a question on legislation appropriate to the Order of Business?More Button

If legislation has been promised, I suggest that the Deputy submit a question to the line Minister.More Button

It is in order to ask the Taoiseach if legislation has been promised. If it has been promised, I suggest that the Deputy submit a question to the line Minister.More Button

Is legislation promised?More Button

Criminal Law (Insanity) Bill 2002 [Seanad]: Second Stage (Resumed).

Deputy Boyle, there are 14 and a half minutes remaining in the Technical Group slot if you wish to take it or do you wish to wait your turn?More Button

Fair enough.More Button

Private Members’ Business - Reform of the Competition Act 2002: Motion.

The Deputy’s time has concluded.More Button

The Minister need not respond.More Button

Allow Deputy Perry without interruption. Deputy Perry should not allow himself to be deflected by the Minister’s interruptions.More Button

Deputy Perry should express his remarks through the Chair.More Button

We have run out of time.More Button

The Deputy must conclude.More Button

Deputy, you will have an opportunity to make your contribution.More Button

I ask Deputy Howlin to resume his seat.More Button

I ask Deputy Howlin to resume his seat. He will have an opportunity to speak when the Minister has concluded.More Button

Deputy Howlin, please.More Button

The Minister, without interruption.More Button

Deputy Howlin, you have a 20 minute slot when the Minister’s slot has concluded.More Button


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