Norris, David P.B.

Wednesday, 4 October 2006

Seanad Eireann Debate
Vol. 184 No. 17

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Did they have economic reports in the Dark Ages?More Button

Hear, hear.More Button

Hear, hear.More Button

Not unnaturally I agree with part of what Senator Lydon has said. Although I have been long a supporter of women’s rights, I do not see the European Court of Justice ruling as a women’s rights issue....More Button

Yes and if one accepts equal pay for equal work, then the court is right. Of course women must take time off work to have children. What is also being considered is taking a year off for child-reari...More Button

I always enjoy Senator Mansergh’s contributions but I ask him — a historian who comes from a stable of historians — whether he will tell the House when the last Exchequer reports for the Dark Ages wer...More Button

Under the Cathaoirleach’s severe rulings, we cannot have a debate on this matter now. As somebody who has supported women’s rights all my political life, I will be happy to bring some plain common se...More Button

There is a serious issue here, although it is a slightly grey area. I laugh when I hear the Tánaiste, Deputy McDowell, bellyaching about leaks. Is he serious?More Button

This matter raises a serious issue which the House should debate. This is the sinister attempts that have been made to undermine politicians. I condemn absolutely the attempt to impugn the reputatio...More Button

This was a most disgraceful and criminal act. I hope it will be thoroughly investigated and those responsible brought to account. My final point relates to Babcock and Brown, Eircom and so on. Consu...More Button

The Senator comes in an hour later.More Button

I would never have imagined that.More Button

I am leaving it for the debate and I am happy to do so.More Button

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