O'Toole, Joe John

Wednesday, 28 September 2005

Seanad Eireann Debate
Vol. 181 No. 10

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Order of Business.

I record my appreciation that the Leader has acted on her promise on the last day of the last session to hold a debate on child care and early childhood education. I am pleased to see such a debate on...More Button

Early Childhood Education: Statements.

I, too, welcome the Minister of State to the House. I remind him that since the redrawing of the boundaries, I am now his constituent and expect to be listened to. I promise him that, as a graduate, I...More Button

I know. I guarantee that if we come back in several more months it will still be working for several more months.More Button

It will work for several months after several more months have passed, that is the difficulty. At that stage we will surely be close to an election, at which time there will be room for all sorts of p...More Button

Yes, but I do not believe Senator Ulick Burke is at all worried that will happen. That is the truth of the matter and we must bear it in mind. I have been considering the work of the Centre for Early ...More Button

That seems very niggardly, if that is the best the Cathaoirleach can offer me. It may be a long minute. The experience of other countries should be studied. The NESF has conducted a survey of the lite...More Button

Garda Investigations: Motion.

I welcome the Minister of State, Deputy Brian Lenihan, to the House. I wish to make a short contribution to this important debate, which offers Senators an opportunity to acknowledge again the importa...More Button

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