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Hayes, Tom

Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


Budget Statement 2013 (Continued)

Deputy Mattie McGrath gave the Minister a standing ovation when the Opposition was breaking the country.More Button

Opposition Deputies did not predict that.More Button

Mattie will have to get a new van.More Button

Financial Resolution No. 5: Excise (Continued)

Fianna Fáil could have done it the other way for a change.More Button

That is wishful thinking on the Deputy's behalf.More Button

I wonder who would do that.More Button

That is not true. Bigger farmers are not registered for VAT either.More Button

And lose jobs.More Button

Out of every farmer's pocket. That is your spin.More Button

The Deputy should tell the truth.More Button

Big and small. The Deputy should know about that. I can understand Sinn Féin not knowing it but not the Deputy.More Button

Okay, but we like to have the facts.More Button

They did not vote for Fianna Fáil the previous time.More Button

Now. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.More Button

I knew Deputy Mattie McGrath's van would be sold.More Button

Is Deputy Healy-Rae thinking of coming over to join Deputy Mattie McGrath?More Button

Broadband Services Provision

Asked the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources: in respect of the 100Mb/sec broadband programme for all post-primary schools nationwide launched in May 2009, the timeframe for the next stage of the programme; and if he will make a statement on t...More Button