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Corish, Brendan

Wednesday, 26 January 1966

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 220 Nbr. 2


Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Wexford Automatic Telephone Exchange.

asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs if, further to a reply regarding the introduction of an automatic telephone exchange in Wexford, he will state the difficulties in providing this service...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Marriages Bill.

asked the Minister for Health whether it is proposed to re-introduce the Marriages Bill circulated prior to the general election raising the marriage age limit, and if so, when.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Improvement in Health Services.

and Mr. Kyne asked the Minister for Health if, in view of his statement to Seanad Éireann that the total cost of the health services falling on the local rates for the next financial ...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - County Dublin School Bus Service.

asked the Minister for Education if he is aware of the urgent need for a school bus service for some 60 children from Killiney to Ballybrack school, County Dublin; and if he will take steps to have...More Button

Economic Situation.

Water.More Button

I heard Deputy Dillon describe minerals as somewhat the same some time ago.More Button

The Prices Control Bill was accepted unanimously in the House.More Button

Yes, but the Leader of your Party agreed with the Bill brought in last July.More Button

But the NIEC report——More Button

But we must think of the complication of what it takes to keep a family.More Button

Like agricultural wages.More Button

What does the Deputy mean by saying they never earned a penny in their lives?More Button

That is rubbish. The money they got was earned.More Button

The FUE was represented on that.More Button

We accept that.More Button

It is mentioned in the Report.More Button

I never heard such nonsense in all my life.More Button

Why confine it to trade unions as against others in the salaried classes?More Button

What about the civil servants who have got increases of hundreds of pounds?More Button

That is not an acceptable answer.More Button