Reeks, McGillycuddy of the

Wednesday, 2 July 1941

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 25 No. 17

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Some of the matters which I wish to deal with now have been raised elsewhere. I feel that, so far, sufficient stress has not been placed on the Government's collective responsibility for the foot-and-...More Button

I think it has been dealt with twice already.More Button

May I deal with questions of supplies, air raid precautions, and turf?More Button

Other speakers, such as Senator Hayes, were allowed to go on.More Button

It is not a case of detail, but one of general expenditure to which we are asked to agree. I will cut it short, if desired.More Button

As regards the foot-and-mouth disease, I suggest that the Government is very much to blame for allowing it to spread from Dublin to the Kerry mountains. In England they have had this disease again a...More Button

The Government have made it themselves.More Button


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