Kenny, Enda

Tuesday, 7 April 2009

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 679 No. 4

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Leaders’ Questions.

In May 2007, the numbers on the live register were 104,000. In April of this year there are 373,000 plus on the live register, an increase of 219,000 which is more than double the population of the T...More Button

As usual the Taoiseach will not answer the questions in here. I agree the Irish people are well aware of just how serious is this problem. I agree that the Irish people know well who caused this pro...More Button

At 11% and rising, Ireland’s unemployment rate is now higher than Germany, France, Italy and the Netherlands. A total equal to more than twice the adult population of the Taoiseach’s constituency of ...More Button

Go and ask them.More Button

Order of Business.

The Dáil will not sit next week and is due to sit the following week. Arising from today’s budgetary proposals, is it proposed to introduce a Finance Bill and when is it likely to be published? This...More Button

Does the Taoiseach envisage the Finance Bill being published next week and debated the following week? Has the Taoiseach fixed a timescale for this?More Button

I thank the Taoiseach.More Button

Supplementary Budget Statement 2009.

I echo Deputy Quinn’s remarks. Can we have a response from the Taoiseach as to who made the decision to give the esteemed members in the Press Gallery——More Button

——this Budget Statement in advance of the Members of the House?More Button

It is in order.More Button

It is in order.More Button

Let me point out to the Ceann Comhairle that a Minister of State——More Button

Let me recall to you, a Cheann Comhairle, that a Minister of State had to resign from his office——More Button

——because the Budget Statement was given in advance to members of the press.More Button

A Minister of State was asked to step down by a previous Taoiseach——More Button

——because the information in the budget was given out in advance.More Button

Can we have a response from the Government?More Button

Financial Resolution No. 2: Income Tax.

Question put: “That Financial Resolution No. 1 be agreed to.”
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Question put: “That Financial Resolution No. 2 be agreed to.”
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Financial Resolution No. 10: Stamp Duties.

Question put: “That Financial Resolution No. 5 be agreed to.”
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Question put: “That Financial Resolution No. 6 be agreed to.”
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Question put: “That Financial Resolution No. 7 be agreed to.”
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Question put: “That the motion on Financial Resolution No. 8 be agreed to.”
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Question put: “That Financial Resolution No. 9 be agreed to.”
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Question put.
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Written Answers - EU Directives.

Asked the minister: when the payment services directive will be transposed here; the reason there has been a delay; if he is confident he will have the necessary legislation in place before November 2009; and if he will...More Button

Written Answers - Schools Recognition.

Asked the minister: the position regarding the development of a school (details supplied) in County Kildare; if his attention has been drawn to the growth of this all-Irish secondary school and the cost involved to the ...More Button

Written Answers - Schools Refurbishment.

Asked the minister: the position in respect of a school (details supplied) in County Mayo following a report carried out by consultants; if his Department has made contact with the school in respect of its application f...More Button


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