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Nulty, Patrick

Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.

Financial Resolution No. 14: Capital Acquisitions Tax (Continued)

How dare the Deputy.More Button

I am pleased to contribute to the debate. I had not intended to, but the first thing to say-----More Button

I was not present for the start of the debate because I heard the Minister for Finance, Deputy Noonan, on the “Prime Time” programme suggest that parents do not spend the back-to-school allowance o...More Button

I am speaking to them. Other people have spoken and you should allow me to speak, a Cheann Comhairle.More Button

Allow me to speak.More Button

I support many of the measures in this package of proposals. They are taxes on wealth and they are most welcome, but they have not gone far enough. The reason that is the case is because we have ...More Button

I am a member of the Labour Party but part of our tradition in the labour movement is to dissent.More Button

Now is the time to dissent, speak out and stand up for working people when there is an attack-----More Button

----- on our living conditions from Fianna Fáil and now from Fine Gael.More Button

Emergency Works Scheme Applications

Asked the Minister for Education and Skills: the emergency funding a school (details supplied) in Dublin 15 can apply for to have the carpark near the school resurfaced in view of the road traffic incidents that have occurred at this location...More Button

Hospital Waiting Lists

Asked the Minister for Health: when a person (details supplied) will be admitted to St. Clare's unit, Temple Street Children's University Hospital, Dublin, for urgent medical treatment and support. More Button