O'Donoghue, John

Wednesday, 5 March 2008

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 649 No. 2

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Leaders’ Questions.

Deputy Kenny, without interruption.More Button

Deputy Kenny, without interruption.More Button

Before I call on Deputy Gilmore I do not need to remind Deputy Kenny that he cannot refer to the Tánaiste as the first mate. Iarraim ar ceannaire Pháirtí an Lucht Oibre, an Teachta Gilmore.More Button

I appreciate that.More Button

Let the Taoiseach have his say without interruption.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions - Northern Ireland Issues.

I do not know if that is relevant to the North.More Button

We cannot have speeches now. We must confine ourselves to questions.More Button

We cannot have Opposition Deputies asking each other questions.More Button

Requests to move Adjournment of Dáil under Standing Order 32.

Anois iarratais chun tairiscint a dhéanamh an Dáil a chur ar athló faoi Bhuan-Ordú 32. I now move to requests to move the adjournment of the Dáil under Standing Order 32.More Button

Tar éis iniúchadh a dhéanamh ar na nithe ardaithe, níl siad in ord faoi Bhuan Ordú 32. Having given the matters full consideration, I do not consider them to be in order under Standing Order 32.More Button

Order of Business.

There is one proposal to put to the House. Is the proposal for dealing with No. 5a agreed? Agreed.More Button

The Taoiseach must confine himself to answering the questions relating to the two items of legislation.More Button

We cannot discuss e-mails on the Order of Business.More Button

Deputy Gilmore is well aware that this matter is not in order. The only question that is in order is that relating to whether there will be a debate on the various reports.More Button

We are not dealing with it in any event.More Button

Deputy Gilmore’s question on whether a debate will take place on the reports was only barely in order.More Button

To what other matters is the Deputy referring?More Button

Deputy Durkan must indicate the legislation to which he is referring.More Button

It is fair enough to ask which Bill is being taken but not which is appropriate.More Button

We cannot answer that. That is for Question Time. Will the Deputy please specify the Bills so we can move on?More Button

That is not in order.More Button

There is no need for a preamble. More Button

We would all like to join in that but we cannot do it now.More Button

The Deputy may ask about the referendum Bill but not about the date for the referendum.More Button

What is the name of the second Bill?More Button

The Deputy cannot raise that matter; he must ask about the legislation.More Button

Does the Deputy have a question on legislation? More Button

Will the Taoiseach respond on promised legislation?More Button

It is bad enough to have preambles and epilogues but we cannot have anecdotes as well. More Button

We must move along. More Button

Finance Bill 2008: Report Stage (Resumed).

I call the Tánaiste to reply. More Button

He is the Tánaiste.More Button

Is the amendment being pressed?More Button

Sure.More Button

I understood Deputy Bruton was making another intervention and intended to wrap up later. That is why I asked him at the outset whether he was pressing the amendment. He tells me he has wrapped up t...More Button

Amendments Nos. 5 and 6 are related and will be discussed together.More Button

Adjournment Debate - Search and Rescue Service.

I call on the Minister of State to respond and she has five minutes. I know there is considerable detail in the response because the Deputy sought details. The statistical information can be handed ...More Button

For the purposes of the Deputy’s submission and for the purposes of the record, it is possible to put the statistical information on the record. That is what I am saying if that is helpful to the Dep...More Button

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