Feighan, Frank

Wednesday, 20 October 2004

Seanad Eireann Debate
Vol. 178 No. 7

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Order of Business (Resumed).

Speakers have commented on a proposal to reduce the use of live ammunition and the use of less lethal weapons. I would be horrified if the Garda intended to have fewer armed gardaí. At times of strugg...More Button

Land Bill 2004: Report and Final Stages.

Amendment put.
Yes IndicatorVoted Yes More Button

Garda Recruitment: Motion.

The Government got rid of their genius. The new job notice read, “Smart fellow wanted but not too smart”.More Button

Perhaps that man was being attacked by thugs.More Button

As a Senator from the Roscommon-south Leitrim area, I am delighted the Minister and his good wife decided to move into that region. I sincerely hope that whatever difficulties he has encountered will ...More Button

I suspect the Minister may take action against The Sunday Business Post. The Minister said he did not realise earlier in the year that there would be a budget deficit of €1.3 billion. He said he had n...More Button

That is stated in The Irish Times, which does not lie. When the Minister has something to shout about, he certainly takes credit.More Button

The Irish Times is a very reputable newspaper, not a work of fiction. I accept the Minister is doing his best to ensure the extra gardaí will be delivered. In the meantime, in the area where I grew up...More Button

Question put.
No IndicatorVoted No More Button

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