Business of Seanad.
I have received notice from Senator O’Brien that, on the motion for the Adjournment of the House today, he proposes to raise the following matter: The need for the Minister for Health and Children to ...
Order of Business.
There are procedures for these proceedings.
We are not debating——
Has the Senator a question on the Order of Business?
What relevance has this to the Order of Business?
I am aware of that, but is it relevant?
That is not on today’s Order of Business.
What is the Senator’s question?
The Senator’s point is adequately made.
We cannot discuss that now.
I would usually call on an Independent speaker at this stage, but I call Senator Finucane as he is Leader of the Opposition today.
I call Senator Henry.
Every one understands it was an error.
Does the Senator have a question?
The Ryder Cup does not arise on the Order of Business.
This is a legislative assembly and we do not legislate for golf or any other sport.
We are not discussing the tribunal.
It is not the Senator’s job to respond.
Does the Senator have a question for the Leader?
I call on the Senator to ask his questions.
That does not arise on the Order of Business. I call on the Leader to reply.
Telecommunications Services: Motion.
Yes. I am sure the Senator will find 12 minutes adequate.
The Senator has one minute remaining, in which it would be advisable to second the motion.
The Senator had five minutes to speak.
No, the Senator had five minutes but six minutes have passed.
When is it proposed to sit again?