Leyden, Terry

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 210 No. 16

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Order of Business

I endorse the points made by Senator Jillian van Turnhout on the report published by the national review panel for serious incidents and child deaths. It is a well researched document which retains t...More Button

I assure the Cathaoirleach that I do so on a very complimentary basis.More Button

Indeed. Ms McAleese is a great example to us all and has been a credit to the country for the past 14 years. She has achieved everything she set out to do. She certainly has been instrumental in le...More Button

I look forward to welcoming Ms McAleese and her husband, Senator McAleese, back to their family home in Cootehall in County Roscommon.More Button

We in County Roscommon are very proud that the President and her family will be living there.More Button

As we were prepared to stay for the contribution of the Leader, it would be appropriate for him to respond to the request made by me and Senator van Turnhout on the report on children.More Button

Central Bank and Credit Institutions (Resolution) (No. 2) Bill 2011: Committee and Remaining Stages

I welcome the Minister for Finance, Deputy Michael Noonan, to the House.More Button

Amendments Nos. 2 to 4, inclusive, are related and may be discussed together.More Button

Does Senator Mullen wish to press his amendment?More Button

Amendment No. 3 has been discussed with amendment No. 2.More Button

Amendment No. 4 has been discussed with amendment No. 2.More Button

I thank the Minister and his officials for attending the House.More Button

I thank the Minister and his officials for coming to the House and spending their time here to get this Bill passed by the House. I also thank all Senators for their co-operation.More Button

Army Barracks: Motion

I welcome the Minister of State, although I would not necessarily welcome his speech. As far as this issue is concerned, these are additional barracks which it is proposed to close. I will give an e...More Button

I wanted to declare an interest in that regard. It is rather sinister that no decision will be made before 27 October. The Government parties are concerned that their presidential candidates are flo...More Button

On reflection, it might be better off without one at this stage.More Button

The Minister of State seems to be ill-informed. A decision will not be made because of the by-election in Dublin West where we hope to win the seat. That would be a great success.More Button

I have just come from canvassing in that area.More Button

I received a great reception——More Button

I need the protection of the Chair. I know I might be provocative but no decision will be made until after the elections. Not to change the subject but the Government closed the accident and emergenc...More Button

It is a no-go area for a Fine Gael and a Labour Party candidate. We have suffered immensely under this Government. We held on to that department despite all the financial difficulties. I have been i...More Button

My time has gone very quickly. I need some extra time for the number of interruptions. We appreciate the difficulties in the country. We had to face them. We took decisions in the national interest...More Button

Amendment put.
No IndicatorVoted No More Button

Question again put: “That the motion, as amended, be agreed to.”
No IndicatorVoted No More Button

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