Kenny, Enda

Thursday, 1 December 2005

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 611 No. 69

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Order of Business.

I wish to raise a number of matters with the Tánaiste. According to section A of the pink list of Bills expected to be published, 11 have not been published to date. We are now in the last few weeks o...More Button

This is arising out of the Order of Business because the Minister of State wrote in his letter, “My Department is making real progress”, and the other letter deals with another resignation. What is go...More Button

In view of the information given to the Fine Gael spokesperson on finance, Deputy Bruton, that only one in nine civil servants plan to move, is there to be another announcement on budget day——More Button

——about this matter which was announced two years ago——More Button

It is a very serious matter for those concerned.More Button

I would like to make this point if I may and I will sit down then.More Button

The implementation committee dealing with decentralisation is not answerable to the Dáil and no Deputy — neither Independents nor party Members — can ask questions about it.More Button

There is a list of numbers willing to travel with their jobs.More Button

Will all 11 outstanding Bills be published?More Button

Sea-Fisheries and Maritime Jurisdiction Bill 2005: Second Stage (Resumed).

That is Deputy Ó Gallachóir.More Button

It is called tunnel vision.More Button

Written Answers - Anti-Poverty Strategy.

Asked the minister: the position regarding the national anti-poverty strategy; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers - Tax and Social Welfare Codes.

Asked the minister: the action he has taken to address the relatively new phenomenon of the working poor; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button


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