Tóibín, Peadar

Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 762 No. 3

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Leaders’ Questions

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Order of Business

Question put. “That the proposal for dealing with No. 16 be agreed to.”
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Social Welfare and Pensions Bill 2012: Second Stage (Resumed)

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Social Welfare and Pensions Bill 2012: Motion to Instruct Committee

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Motorist Emergency Relief Bill 2012: Second Stage

Probably one of the only ways to get rid of criminality in Border regions is to get rid of the Border. I would welcome the support of all parties in helping us in achieving that. It is extremely imp...More Button

Across the State people are hurting as a result of four years of austerity. Families and businesses are finding it extremely difficult to make ends meet. Every day we hear stories of people being fo...More Button

There is a book in Eason’s called Constitutional Politics for Idiots. I suggest that people try to read it.More Button

When Fianna Fáil was introducing austerity budgets in 2009 and 2010, Sinn Féin opposed them because of the damage they would do to the economy. When Fine Gael and the Labour Party followed in Fianna ...More Button

Written Answers - Public Service Remuneration

Asked the minister: his views on the Institute of Public Administrations finding in its research paper Public Sector Trends 2011 that remuneration for senior management in the public sector is 7.7 times the remuneration...More Button

Asked the minister: if the implementation body has reviewed high pay in the public sector during its annual review consultations this year. More Button

Written Answers - Consultancy Contracts

Asked the minister: the cost of external property consultants or surveyors and estate agents engaged by his Departments for each of the past three years. More Button

Asked the minister: if he will provide a list of external property consultants or surveyors and estate agents engaged by his Department for each of the past three years. More Button

Asked the minister: the amount paid to each external property consultant, surveyor and estate agent engaged by his Department for each of the past three years. More Button

Written Answers - Departmental Properties

Asked the minister: the number of leases by Government Departments, agencies or quangos that have upward only rent review clauses in which the body concerned is the landlord. More Button

Written Answers - Visa Applications

Asked the minister: the way Iranian citizens living in Iran may apply for an Irish holiday visa; the arrangements in place to enable Iranians to get a visa since they can no longer apply in an Irish embassy in Iran; and...More Button

Written Answers - Diplomatic Representation

Asked the minister: the location of Irish embassies and consulates; the number of staff employed to promote trade; and the cost associated with each embassy and consulate. More Button

Written Answers - School Transport

Asked the minister: if he will confirm that Bus Éireann is considering abolishing the school transport system to rural national schools that fail to provide a minimum of ten pupils for daily collection; the steps he wil...More Button

Written Answers - Third Level Facilities

Asked the minister: the number of counties that have third level facilities; the number of counties that have third level outreach facilities; and the costs associated with each of these. More Button

Written Answers - Commercial Rent Reviews

Asked the minister: the number of rent reviews conducted on Government leased accommodation since February 2011. More Button

Asked the minister: the increase or decrease in the cost of rent incurred through rent reviews of Government leased accommodation since February 2011. More Button

Asked the minister: if he will provide details, on a lease by lease basis, of Government accommodation that has undergone a rent review since February 2011, to include the previous rental costs, new adjusted rental cost...More Button

Written Answers - Departmental Properties

Asked the minister: the number of leases to which his Department is the lessor, the number of such leases that have upward only rent reviews clauses; the rental value of each lease and the location and use of premises f...More Button

Written Answers - Public Procurement Contracts

Asked the minister: the steps he is taking to promote small and medium enterprises take up of procurement opportunities. More Button

Asked the minister: the number of State contracts that have increased in size in the past three years; if his attention has been drawn to contracts such as the Bord Gáis contract; the steps that he will take necessary t...More Button

Written Answers - Job Creation

Asked the minister: the money that he expects to receive for job creation arising from the sale of State assets More Button

Written Answers - Departmental Agencies

Asked the minister: the location of Industrial Development Agency, Enterprise Ireland and other Irish Government supported economic development agencies’ offices outside of the island of Ireland; the number of staff emp...More Button

Written Answers - County Enterprise Boards

Asked the minister: if he will identify county enterprise boards that operate leases which include upward only rent clauses in which the enterprise board is the lessor. More Button

Written Answers - Departmental Expenditure

Asked the minister: the total cost of the statutory redundancy scheme on a yearly basis since 2005. More Button

Written Answers - Local Authority Leases

Asked the minister: if he will identify councils that operate leases which include upward only rent clauses in which the council is the lessor. More Button

Asked the minister: if he will identify councils that operate leases which include upward only rent clauses in which the council in the lessee; and the cost of such leases per council. More Button

Written Answers - Líon na nGardaí

Asked the minister: cé mhéad duine de na gardaí atá lonnaithe i nGaeltachtaí Mhaigh Eo, na Gaillimhe, Chiarraí, Chorcaí, Phort Láirge agus na Mí a bhfuil Gaeilge líofa acu. More Button

Written Answers - Garda Stations

Asked the minister: the Garda stations that are being considered for closure in counties Meath and Westmeath. More Button

Written Answers - Departmental Properties

Asked the minister: the number of leases to which his Department is the lessor, the number of such leases that have upward-only rent reviews clauses; the rental value of each lease and the location and use of premises f...More Button

Asked the minister: the accommodation owned by his Department that has been offered for private lease and the current occupancy rates of such accommodation. More Button


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