ODonnell, Frank Hugh

Thursday, 27 January 1944

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 28 No. 10

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Children's Allowances Bill, 1943—Report and Fifth Stages.

I think what interests most Senators at the moment is the fact that nobody has accepted the Minister's suggestion to offer an alternative form of spending this money. It is very easy to decry the met...More Button


It seems to me that our proceedings now are far removed from the case that was made by Senator Sir John Keane. The principle involved here—that is, the suppression of publications after publication—i...More Button

But looking at it from any point of view, I must say I am not convinced entirely by the case Sir John has made.More Button

Of course, Sir John has that type of mind that I cannot recreate at this late hour of his life. At any rate, he does assume the worst in this matter. I agree with him that if the Minister did act, as...More Button

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