Howlin, Brendan

Wednesday, 3 December 2008

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 669 No. 3

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Leaders’ Questions.

The Taoiseach should be allowed to conclude, without interruption.More Button

The Taoiseach should be allowed to conclude.More Button

Deputy Gilmore should be allowed to put his question to the Taoiseach.More Button

The Taoiseach, without interruption, please.More Button

Please allow the Taoiseach to conclude.More Button

The time allowed for Leaders’ Questions has concluded.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions - Proposed Legislation.

These questions relate to the Department of the Taoiseach.More Button

That is more properly a question for the line Minister or for the Order of Business, rather than one that relates to legislation in the Taoiseach’s Department.More Button

If the Taoiseach is to answer during his Questions Time questions on legislation that are intended for line Ministers, he is opening a precedent.More Button

I am happy to give the Taoiseach as much latitude as he would like.More Button

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 nithe ardaithe, 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 no proposals to put to the House. More Button

That matter is not strictly in order on the Order of Business. More Button

The Deputy knows that is not in order under the Order of Business. More Button

I am anxious to give the Deputy some latitude, but that is not in order on the Order of Business.More Button

I wanted to give the Deputy latitude, but that question is not appropriate to the Order of Business. It would be appropriate as a leader’s question and that opportunity is available to the Deputy. I...More Button

Unless the question is within the confines of legislation, it will not be in order.More Button

The Deputy is absolutely right that this is a matter that is proper to the House. However, it is not proper to the Order of Business. With regard to the action of the Minister for Communications, En...More Button

Does the Tánaiste wish to reply to that?More Button

I ask the Deputy to speak up as the Tánaiste has some difficulty hearing.More Button

Is a debate on unemployment promised? I call the Tánaiste.More Button

When will that item of legislation be introduced?More Button

I will revert to the Deputy. The Tánaiste, on the estate management legislation.More Button

Deputy Durkan wishes to raise two further matters.More Button

I am sure the House is relieved to hear that.More Button

The Tánaiste should indicate when such legislation will be introduced.More Button

No doubt legislation is coming.More Button

The Tánaiste, on the legislation.More Button

Perhaps they can be taken together.More Button

We cannot discuss individual cases now.More Button

Please Deputy.More Button

While I am anxious to give latitude to the Deputy, he cannot deal with individual cases on the Order of Business.More Button

The Tánaiste, on those three items of legislation, namely, the industrial development Bill, the health and personal social services Bill and the health information Bill.More Button

Is a debate or legislation appropriate to that area promised?More Button

I understand Deputy Burton wishes to raise another matter.More Button

An appropriate question Deputy, please.More Button

Please Deputy.More Button

Is there a debate promised on the issue of bank foreclosure?More Button

I thank Deputy Burton. The question is put well.More Button

Is there promised legislation in that area?More Button

There is no such promised legislation.More Button

Good. What is the other matter?More Button

It is not appropriate to comment on it.More Button

Where stands that Bill?More Button

Is there promised horse and greyhound legislation?More Button

Is legislation or regulation promised in this area?More Button

Is legislation promised?More Button

As Deputy Hogan will be aware, that is not an appropriate question to put. I understand there is no legislation promised in that area. That concludes the Order of Business.More Button

Social Welfare (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2008: Report Stage.

Amendment No. 1 in the name of Deputy Róisín Shortall arises out of Committee proceedings while amendment No. 37 is related. Amendments Nos. 38 to 45, inclusive, are related and are alternative to am...More Button

Social Welfare (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2008: Report Stage (Resumed).

Four minutes.More Button

I apologise, I was unaware that the Minister had contributed already.More Button

I call the House to order to allow Deputy Shortall to speak to her amendment.More Button

Will the Deputies claiming a division please rise? Deputies Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin, Aengus Ó Snodaigh, Arthur Morgan, Martin Ferris and Finian McGrath rose.More Button

As fewer than ten Members have risen, I declare the question carried and the amendment lost. In accordance with Standing Order 70, the names of the Deputies dissenting will be recorded in the Journal...More Button

Amendments Nos. 7 and 8 are out of order.More Button

Agriculture: Motion (Resumed).

The Minister of State without interruption.More Button

Estimates for Public Services 2008: Message from Select Committee

The Select Committee on Transport has completed its consideration of the following Supplementary Estimate for public services for the year ending 31 December 2008 — Vote 32.More Button


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