Barrett, Seán

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 728 No. 3

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Ceisteanna — Questions - Programmes for Government

Sorry, Deputy, it has nothing to do with the programme for Government.More Button

No. We are dealing with that matter later.More Button

It is nothing to do with the programme for Government.More Button

That is to be dealt with by way of private notice question after the——More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions - EU Summits

Does the Deputy have a question?More Button

I will allow two short supplementary questions. Later this afternoon the House will debate upcoming European Council meetings. I want to be fair to Deputies who have tabled parliamentary questions. ...More Button

You do not have to comment, Deputy.More Button

I remind Deputies that this is Question Time.More Button

Have you a question, Deputy?More Button

Deputy, I said I would allow a short supplementary question.More Button

Regardless of what was said in The Irish Times, will the Deputy ask a question?More Button

We move on to Question No. 6.More Button

We have given this question some time and there is a debate coming up. To be fair, Deputy Adams has a question.More Button

Will the Deputy please respect the Chair? This is Question Time. I call the Taoiseach on Question No. 6.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions - Programmes for Government

We are almost finished. I will allow Deputy Adams one quick remark.More Button

Adjournment Debate Matters

I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 21 and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Seán Conlan — the decision to ...More Button

Leaders’ Questions

I remind Members that we have seven minutes per question broken down as follows: two minutes for the Members asking questions, three minutes for the reply and one minute each for a supplementary quest...More Button

Thank you, Deputy.More Button

The Deputy has gone over his time. The Taoiseach to reply.More Button

Through the Chair, please.More Button

Deputy Adams, please.More Button

Request to move Adjournment of Dáil under Standing Order 32

Before coming to the Order of Business I propose to deal with a request under Standing Order 32 from Deputy Ellis.More Button

Having considered the matter raised it is not in order under Standing Order 32. The Deputy should find another way to raise it.More Button

Order of Business

Is the proposal for dealing with No. 4 agreed to? Agreed. Does Deputy Adams have a point to raise?More Button

The Deputy is out of order at this point but I will allow him to come back in later. I call Deputy Martin on the Order of Business.More Button

Deputy Martin should be allowed to continue without interruption.More Button

The Taoiseach has suggested that the Whips discuss and come to an agreement on the Deputy’s request.More Button

The Deputy jumped to his feet a little early. I was obliged to call on Deputy Martin as the leader of the largest Opposition party to begin questions on the Order of Business.More Button

I try to be fair to everybody.More Button

Before calling Deputy Joe Higgins I remind him that he has a private notice question on this issue which will be taken after the Order of Business.More Button

I do not want the Deputy to have two bites of the cherry.More Button

Will Deputy Martin take his seat?More Button

Private notice questions are coming up and the Deputy has tabled one and can deal with the issue then.More Button

I call Deputy Tóibín on a different matter.More Button

It is not a point of order, I have called Deputy Tóibín.More Button

This better be a point of order.More Button

That is not a point of order. Will the Deputy please take his seat?More Button

As someone who spent years in Government, I ask Deputy Martin to respect the Chair.More Button

Could the Taoiseach please move on to the other issue?More Button

We have moved on to Deputy Tóibín’s question.More Button

Before I call anyone else on the Order of Business, I wish to make one thing clear: this is not a free for all question time. The Order of Business is about the taking of business that has been promi...More Button

I ask Deputy Boyd Barrett to remain within the rules.More Button

Private Notice Questions - Moriarty Tribunal Report

I will call on the Deputies who tabled questions to the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources in the order in which they submitted their questions to my office.More Button

I ask the Deputy to allow the Minister to reply.More Button

Is there a question?More Button

Thank you.More Button

I am sorry to interrupt the Deputy——More Button

That completes the private notice questions. Everybody who tabled a question has had a fair run.More Button

We are moving on.More Button

European Council Meeting: Statements

There will be an hour and a quarter of debate, an hour of which will be taken up by the main spokespersons.More Button


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