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Barrett, Seán

Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Dáil Éireann Debate
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Leaders' Questions (Continued)

Sorry, please, Deputy.More Button

Deputy Adams, please.More Button

Settle down, please. Deputy Adams, please. Thank you.More Button

I called Deputy Adams, please. Will you respect the Chair? Thank you.More Button

Thank you, Deputy.More Button

Would you please allow the Deputy one minute to ask a question?More Button

Would you please put your supplementary question?More Button

Thank you, Deputy.More Button

Thank you.More Button

A question, please.More Button

Would the Deputies please be quiet?More Button

Business of Dáil

I would like, on behalf of us all, to welcome to the Distinguished Visitors Gallery, Mrs. Mary Morley, the widow of the late P.J. Morley, her daughter, Cathy, and sons, Patrick, Enda and Brian. I ...More Button

Order of Business

There are three proposals to put to the House. Is the proposal that the Dáil shall sit later than 9 p.m. tonight and adjourn at 10 p.m. agreed to? Agreed. Is the proposal for dealing with No. 11...More Button

Order of Business (Continued)

This sounds like a parliamentary question.More Button

Deputy Mattie McGrath asked questions and he should let the Taoiseach give replies.More Button

We will not go through the 14 Bills.More Button

That is not a matter for the Order of Business.More Button

That is a matter for the Committee on Procedure and Privileges.More Button

Housing (Amendment) Bill 2013: Report and Final Stages

Amendments Nos. 1 to 3, inclusive, are related and may be discussed together.More Button

Finance (Local Property Tax Repeal) Bill 2013 [Private Members]: Second Stage (Resumed) (Continued)

Will the Deputy, please, deal with the property tax Bill?More Button

Will Members opposite please restrain themselves?More Button

Will Members opposite please quieten down? There are three more Sinn Féin speakers and they can have their say then.More Button

Can we have silence for the leader of Sinn Féin, please?More Button

I do my best for the Deputy.More Button

Deputy Lawlor, I will not ask you a second time to refrain.More Button

Did Deputy Lawlor not hear me?More Button

Thank you, Deputy.More Button

The Deputy had his say and he should let the Deputy in possession reply. It is a debating Chamber.More Button

The Deputy is over his time and he is taking time from his colleague.More Button

You are over time, Deputy.More Button

Further Education and Training Bill 2013: Report Stage (Resumed) and Final Stage

Amendment No. 43 has already been discussed with amendment No. 30.More Button