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Mitchell, Olivia

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.

Banking Sector Remuneration

Asked the Minister for Finance: the action that can be taken to curtail pensions paid to some of the former top managers in the covered banks; the way these pensions are funded; if he will assure taxpayers that recapitalisation m...More Button

Pension Provisions

Asked the Minister for Finance: further to Parliamentary Question No. 207 of 16 October 2012, if legislation or new procedures are in place to ensure adequate monitoring and early action by the Central Bank of Ireland to prevent ...More Button

Financial Services Regulation

Asked the Minister for Finance: if following media coverage (details supplied) of the activities of debt management companies, legislation to control same or bring such companies under Central Bank regulation is being considered,...More Button

Tax Code

Asked the Minister for Finance: if he will consider in the upcoming budget the case of buy to let landlords in circumstances where the formula used to subtract losses from 25% of interest paid to the bank Budget 2011 may result i...More Button

Disability Allowance Appeals

Asked the Minister for Social Protection: the position regarding a disability allowance application in respect of a person (details supplied) in Dublin 14; and if she will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Constituency Nomenclature

Asked the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government: if he will consider retaining the long-standing constituency name Dublin South as it has a resonance for its citizens which is completely lacking in the replacement name Dublin-Rathdown; and if he ...More Button

Health Services Provision

Asked the Minister for Health: if proposals regarding supports for those suffering from Narcolepsy following vaccination are to hand; and when they will be communicated to sufferers; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button