O'Donoghue, John

Thursday, 20 November 2008

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 668 No. 2

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Requests to move Adjournment of Dáil under Standing Order 32.

Anois, iarratais chun tairisceana a dhéanamh an Dáil a chur ar athló faoi Bhuan Ordú 32. Before coming to the Order of Business I propose to deal with a number of notices under Standing Order 32.More Button

Tar éis breithnithe a dhéanamh ar na nitheardaithe, níl siad in ord faoi Bhuan Ordú 32. The matters raised are not in order under Standing Order 32.More Button

Order of Business.

There are two proposals to put to the House. Is the proposal for dealing with No. 24 agreed to? Agreed. Is the proposal for dealing with No. 23 agreed to?More Button

Is the proposal for dealing with No. 23 agreed? Agreed. I call Deputy Kenny on the Order of Business.More Button

Under Standing orders——More Button

We cannot have a discussion on every item.More Button

I ask the Tánaiste to reply on the matters Deputy Kenny has raised.More Button

The Tánaiste, on the legislative proposals.More Button

The Tánaiste, on the legislative proposals.More Button

I ask the Tánaiste to deal with the legislative proposals.More Button

We cannot discuss the content of the legislation now.More Button

We cannot discuss the content of the legislation now.More Button

Deputy Kenny is well aware that there are other ways of raising that matter.More Button

The Tánaiste has offered so the Deputy is entitled to clarification, but we must move on.More Button

We should not be discussing this.More Button

We should not be discussing that now. I call Deputy Gilmore.More Button

Is legislation promised in this area?More Button

That is a matter for Question Time.More Button

The Deputy asked about the road safety Bill. I know the Deputy is very creative but there is a limit even to my imagination.More Button

There is no point in fighting old battles on distant battlefields.More Button

Do not worry about them.More Button

We cannot talk about the banks this morning.More Button

Unfortunately Standing Orders do not allow Leaders’ Questions this morning.More Button

We cannot discuss private functions and meetings this morning. I must move on.More Button

Deputy Gilmore will have to find another way of raising that because it is not in order.More Button

Is that the position?More Button

The enactment of the legislation is not a matter for the Order of Business. The Deputy may put a question concerning when the Bill will be published. The Tánaiste has explained when it will be publi...More Button

The commencement of the legislation is not an issue.More Button

Yes.More Button

I will ask the Tánaiste to clarify the situation.More Button

Before the House goes any further with this matter——More Button

I did not call on Deputy Burton.More Button

Deputy Burton was not called at all. I ask her to hold on. More Button

The Deputy was not called. I never called her.More Button

In two minutes.More Button

I cannot take that matter now.More Button

The Deputy may speak on the legislative proposals.More Button

I do not care who was there. We will continue on the legislative proposals.More Button

I call on Deputy Kathleen Lynch.More Button

Deputy Kathleen Lynch is in order.More Button

The Deputy will be quiet.More Button

The question must be in order; otherwise, it must be struck down.More Button

A parliamentary question from Deputy Lynch——More Button

——or a question for the Adjournment debate, or a special notice question — there are several ways to raise this matter, but this is not it.More Button

Does Deputy Lynch have a question on the Order of Business?More Button

That is correct.More Button

I must definitely move on.More Button

That is a matter for Second Stage.More Button

The Deputy must be in order. It is 11 a.m.More Button

Does the Deputy have a question on the legislation?More Button

Does the Deputy have a question on the legislation?More Button

Let us be clear. It is not really fair to look for this type of detail. It is more appropriate for a parliamentary question, as the Deputy knows well. It is not possible to answer all these questio...More Button

I know the Deputy knows this.More Button

The Deputy must tell us when the next station is coming.More Button

Tell us one more time.More Button

Tell us one more time, this time with feeling.More Button

The Tánaiste must not be provocative and should just say what she has to say.More Button

The issue is not in order. More Button

Is legislation promised in that area?More Button

As the Deputy is aware, it is not permitted to be argumentative on the Order of Business. More Button

I have no difficulty with the Deputy raising ten points provided they are in order. More Button

That is a matter for the Whips. More Button

No, Deputy Stagg said it was in order, which is a different matter.More Button

Deputy Burton will, in due course, have ample opportunity to discuss the Finance Bill with the Minister for Finance. I call Deputy Shatter. More Button

I call Deputy Shatter. More Button

I concur. There should be no hurling on the ditch. More Button

The Deputy may not make a Second Stage speech on the Order of Business. More Button

I ask the Minister to confine her remarks to the child care Bill and legislative provisions, if promised, related to the other matter the Deputy raised.More Button

We cannot discuss content. The Deputy will have to wait until the legislation comes before the House. More Button

The Deputy is out of order. The matter can be raised in another manner. More Button

We cannot discuss the content of the legislation. The Deputy has raised a question, which has been answered, and I will not go further with the matter. More Button

I ask Deputy Reilly, who will speak next, to stay in order, if possible.More Button

The Deputy may not raise the issue on the Order of Business. More Button

The Deputy should ask about an issue that is an order. More Button

The Deputy will have to raise the issue in another way. More Button

We cannot have a Second Stage speech. More Button

Do not mind 80 year olds.More Button

The Deputy knows well that the Tánaiste answered the question. More Button

This does not sound promising. More Button

That is a matter for the Whips. More Button

That is a matter for the Whips. More Button

We must move on as the issue has been discussed. I have adjudicated on the matter and do not propose to make an exception for the Deputy. More Button

Air Navigation and Transport (Prevention of Extraordinary Rendition) Bill 2008: First Stage.

Is the Bill opposed?More Button

Since this is a Private Members’ Bill, Second Stage must, under Standing Orders, be taken in Private Members’ time.More Button

Nursing Homes Support Scheme Bill 2008: Second Stage (Resumed).

The Deputy has one minute remaining.More Button


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