Mulcahy, Richard James

Thursday, 25 November 1943

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 28 No. 4

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Did the Senator see the statement of the Cork Gas Company in the Cork Examiner?More Button

As a result of profits on insurance.More Button

Business of Seanad.

Having regard to the small amount of time left, and the amount of work which has to be got through, we feel that it is hardly likely that we shall be able to finish to-night. If it were the opinion of...More Button

Appropriation (No. 2) Bill, 1943—(Certified Money Bill)—Second Stage (Resumed).

It is an unusual thing to have a discussion of this kind in the Seanad at this time of the year. Normally, discussions of this kind would arise in the Spring on the Central Fund Bill, the Appropriatio...More Button

I am just taking it as a sample which points to something fundamental in the approach to our Parliamentary work. If Parliamentary institutions are going to serve the people by maintaining a state of...More Button

I hope, Sir, that the Senator does not invite controversy on that.More Button

They have opposed the idea?More Button

Business of Seanad.

I understand that if the business is concluded the arrangement is that there is not to be another sitting this side of Christmas.More Button

Then the most reasonable thing is to meet to-morrow and finish the business.More Button


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