Magner, Patrick

Wednesday, 7 April 1993

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 135 No. 13

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Order of Business.

In view of the outrage expressed by the Seanad in relation to the Warrington bombings, it should be noted that today's memorial service for the victims, which will be attended by the President, will a...More Button

Satellite Channel Programmes: Motion.

Rubbish.More Button

Strength and diversity.More Button

I doubt whether I should get involved in this ball game between Senator Ross and Senator Cassidy.More Button

I hear the voice o Senator O'Toole whose amendment is too clever by half. It is framed to act like a blunderbuss to blow the motion away As a Democrat, I believe that people are entitled to put down ...More Button

When I was campaigning against the common market, as it then was, and colleagues were campaigning for it, I was never warned of problems of pornography coming from Europe. I was told jobs and technol...More Button

Nobody was warned about it. One could say it is one of the prices we pay for the open market. We have to be careful when we talk about censorship because the Irish have disgraced themselves more tha...More Button

It is unsuitable for those who are not used to such programmes. I spent my fifteenth birthday in Venezuela when the Senator was probably being cosseted by his mother. If one does not want to receive ...More Button

That is the only change I would make there. The Minister for Arts, Culture and the Gaeltacht, Deputy Higgins, made it clear that we should not force him to proceed any quicker as he is in office for...More Button

There was in Cork.More Button

That is nonsense. It is worse than killing?More Button

It is obscene to say it is worse than the battlefield — people are killed on the battlefield.More Button

Where would you find the time?More Button


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