Magner, Patrick

Tuesday, 13 May 1997

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 151 No. 10

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Deputy O'Donoghue said exactly the opposite.More Button

Is that an example of Fianna Fáil's bipartisan policy?More Button

Why does Senator McGowan not make up his mind?More Button

That is absolute rubbish.More Button

Does the Leader agree there has been a tradition in the House, since the time Taoisigh appointed Members from the North, that we listen and respect their views because they have a very unique perspect...More Button

I apologise to my colleague in relation to Deputy John O'Donoghue's policy of zero tolerance. He stated in the newspapers recently that it did not involve tax and workers.More Button

I ask the Senator to read his own policy. Will the Leader point out to Senator McGowan as regards Northern Ireland that there should be no divisions in this or the other House as has been the case ove...More Button

Youth Work Bill, 1997: Second and Subsequent Stages.

Is the Senator saying that is Government policy?More Button

The Senator will have us dancing at the crossroads yet.More Button

I welcome the Minister. It is no surprise that it is he who is bringing the Bill to fruition after many years. His energy often scared the life out of the Labour Party in Cork and keeping up with hi...More Button

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