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13/10/2015 [Bills] A Cheann Comhairle, 2016, the centenary of the Easter Rising, is an opportunity to reflect on the journey travelled over the past 100 years and to recall the many major social and economic challenges along the way. It is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements and to remember how we ov...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [524]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Tell that to the poor smokers.[McGrath, Finian]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [527]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This public health measure will take effect from midnight tonight and will bring the price of cigarettes in the most popular price category to €10.50.[Noonan, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [527]
13/10/2015 [Bills] There is higher PRSI.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [528]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----a family with three children with parents working in two public service jobs earning €55,000 and €50,000, respectively, will have an additional €196 per month in their pocket, which is in excess of €2,300 for the family; and a self-employed worker earning €40,000 will see a gain of €1,0...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [528]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This should help with transport costs across the country.
This is an interim measure pending the replacement of the current commercial motor tax regime with a fairer basis for calculating commercial motor tax, which will be based on the gross design vehicle weight of the goods vehicles.
Fi...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] What about the economy?[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [533]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Has the Deputy got a problem?[Noonan, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [533]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is only Deputy Mattie McGrath.[O'Donovan, Patrick]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [533]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Are they social houses that NAMA will build?[Higgins, Joe]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [534]
13/10/2015 [Bills] What a disgrace. Commercial houses - brilliant.[Coppinger, Ruth]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [534]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Do not interrupt, please.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [534]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Minister without interruption, please.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [534]
13/10/2015 [Bills] In response, NAMA is aiming to deliver a target of 20,000 residential units before the end of 2020. Some 90% of these units will be in the greater Dublin area. About 75% of these units will be houses, mainly starter homes. NAMA will deliver these units by working with developers. Achievi...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [534]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I call the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Deputy Howlin, to make his Budget Statement. Could Deputies please be silent while he presents it?[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [535]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Today we are announcing this Government’s fifth budget.
I am pleased to report that, due to our strong recovery and stable public finances, it is the second budget in succession in which we are able to increase support for our public services.
The days of spending cuts are behind us. In...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] The Government may burn the bondholders.[Cowen, Barry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [535]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Minister should sit down and take his medicine.[Kelleher, Billy]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [535]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Would the Deputy ever stay quiet?[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [535]
13/10/2015 [Bills] There is a long tradition in this House that when Ministers stand at budget time to make their statements we pay them the courtesy of listening to them. The Deputies should stay quiet and cut out the comedian stuff.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [535]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Next year, notwithstanding the increases I am announcing today, the forecast deficit will be 1.2% of GDP, one of the lowest in Europe. Only a few years ago, some commentators questioned the sustainability of our debt. As the Minister for Finance has stated, from a peak of over 120%, next y...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [535]
13/10/2015 [Bills] JobBridge.[Cowen, Barry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [535]
13/10/2015 [Bills] We have created over 130,000 jobs since 2012. We have the highest level of economic growth in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, OECD. Our economy is now larger than it was at the pre-crisis peak. By any standards, we have witnessed in the past four and a half year...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [535]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is true. The Minister should go down the road and find out.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [535]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Let us hear the facts. There are some economic illiterates-----[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [536]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Members should listen to the facts. Our adjustment has been a difficult one, but it has been a fair one. Those with the most have given the most. Income inequality after taxes and social transfers has reduced during the crisis in Ireland. The progressivity of our income tax system means ...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [536]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Promises it made.[Kelleher, Billy]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [536]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----the unnecessary and cruel €1 per hour cut to the minimum wage introduced by our predecessors-----[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [536]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Burn the bondholders.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [536]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----a cut of over 11%. In July of this year, the Low Pay Commission recommended that the minimum wage be increased further, by 50 cent to over €9 per hour. The commission recognised that a recovery based on low wages was no recovery at all. Today, I am pleased to confirm that the Governm...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [536]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Hear, hear.[Quinn, Ruairí]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [538]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I am particularly pleased to be able to announce over €15 million in new funding to facilitate the full participation of children with disabilities in this scheme. We are also introducing a range of quality measures for early education, including audits, inspections and training, and restor...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [538]
13/10/2015 [Bills] What are you taking away?[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [539]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I remind Deputy Mattie McGrath that the only actual cut in pensions was voted for by him under Fianna Fáil. To help the thousands of men and women who take care of their loved ones with dignity and compassion, I am restoring the value of the respite care grant to €1,700.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [539]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Who cut it in the first place?[Troy, Robert]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [539]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I am also pleased to announce that we are increasing the fuel allowance by €2.50 per week to €22.50. This increase will benefit people dependent on long-term social welfare payments and those unable to provide for their own heating needs.
A shared prosperity is one where every person, reg...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] It should have happened two years ago.[Calleary, Dara]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [539]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Deputy is obviously not focused on what is happening in the real world.
Health
I am providing €13.2 billion for the delivery of health services next year. I am happy to say that this quantum of money restores the resourcing of our health services to its pre-crisis level.[Howlin, Bre...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] There are no excuses for incompetence, then.[Kelleher, Billy]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [540]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This year, free GP care for the under-sixes and over-70s was put in place, one of the most innovative things to happen in the health service in recent years. This represented the first step in the phased introduction of a universal GP service and is already benefitting 300,000 senior citize...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [540]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Government should give it to the sickest.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [540]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This marks the next phase in the implementation of universal GP care.
Funding is also being made available next year to provide therapeutic services for children, particularly for speech and language therapy. Over 2 million children are now covered by a medical or GP-visit card. This is ...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] We have also protected front-line staff numbers. This may come as a surprise to some Deputies in the House. Since the beginning of last year, hospital staffing has increased by 3,000. Since the beginning of last year we have hired 1,000 additional nurses.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [540]
13/10/2015 [Bills] As our recovery continues, we will continue to support and expand our health services.
Housing
One of the worst legacies of the economic crisis is our dysfunctional housing market. Years of underinvestment in social housing has led to an accommodation crisis, particularly in our main ur...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] It is not enough.[Coppinger, Ruth]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [541]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I am also increasing the current allocation for social housing by a further €69 million, to €414 million. This funding will enable local authorities to secure accommodation for a further 14,000 households. I am keen to make use of all available funding to address immediate housing needs. ...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [541]
13/10/2015 [Bills] What about houses?[Coppinger, Ruth]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [541]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I am also increasing the current allocation for emergency accommodation of homeless people, by an additional €17 million.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [541]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Buy a few hotels.[Cowen, Barry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [541]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The increase will bring Exchequer support to €70 million, up 56% since 2014, and will help homeless families make the transition to long-term sustainable housing.
Arts and heritage
The year 2016 will be an historic year for our country. It is right that we mark the centenary of 1916 wit...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] A national holiday.[McGrath, Finian]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [541]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Rising was the event that propelled our nation on the path to independent statehood.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [541]
13/10/2015 [Bills] We are not there yet.[Adams, Gerry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [541]
13/10/2015 [Bills] We need to mark it with respect, be aware of its complexities and appreciate its idealism. We are the beneficiaries of that legacy. In recognition of this, €50 million has been provided for an extensive range of events and initiatives under the commemorative programme we launched. It will...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [541]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The allocation for the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht will also provide an additional €3 million for a new scheme of once-off grants to arts and cultural centres throughout the country.
I would like briefly to outline some other measures.
Justice
I am providing €2.2 bil...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] Resources have also recently been made available for improved ICT and for the new policing authority. The Government is committed to supporting An Garda Síochána.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [542]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Open the Garda stations, please.[Healy-Rae, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [542]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The human tragedies in Carrickmines and Omeath over the weekend are a stark reminder of the fragility of life. In the aftermath of such terrible events, the moral support of the community and the professional help of our An Garda Síochána, fire crews, medical staff and social workers, marks...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [542]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is about winning the election.[Healy-Rae, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [543]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is about creating jobs, so that people can look forward to a better life. It is about using the results of our hard-earned stability to improve our lives, better our communities and plan ahead with confidence. I said last year that the budget marked a turning point - the end of the era ...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [543]
13/10/2015 [Bills] You made a few more than that now, Minister. You made an awful lot more than that.[Kelleher, Billy]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [543]
13/10/2015 [Bills] We promised we would fix the public finances and restore growth to our economy.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [543]
13/10/2015 [Bills] You are a master of understatement.[Kelleher, Billy]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [543]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Memory loss.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [543]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is wry indeed to hear Fianna Fáil talk about broken promises.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [543]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Who speaks of Eamon Gilmore now?[Kelleher, Billy]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [543]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is like Tesco. Every little hurts.[Troy, Robert]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [543]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Only two promises. Is that all?[Collins, Niall]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [543]
13/10/2015 [Bills] You have had your fun. The Minister should please proceed.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [543]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Fianna Fáil and Mattie are the ones who took the lifeboat before the ship sunk.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [543]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Labour's way or Frankfurt's way.[Martin, Micheál]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] We promised that we would fix the public finances and that we would restore growth to our economy. We have made good on those promises.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Labour's way or Frankfurt's way.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] We promised too that we would never allow the State to fall into similar peril. The spending increases announced today are moderate, sensible and commensurate with our economic requirements. We continue to make good progress. Our debt is falling. Our deficit is narrowing. Unemployment i...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Fianna Fáil did not answer that one.[Bannon, James]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Between 2000 and 2008, gross spending increased by 139%.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Did you hear that lads? Did you hear that Micheál? You were there for that.[Kehoe, Paul]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Would you hold on please? Just stay quiet. The Minister is nearly finished. Thank you.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] In the run-up to the 2007 election, between 2005 and 2007, public spending was ramped up by 25%, or more than €11 billion in nominal terms. That is election bribery for you, Deputy Martin.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Labour's way or Frankfurt's way.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Minister wanted way more than that. You are a hypocrite.[Collins, Niall]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] By comparison, next year public expenditure will be just 4% ahead of 2014.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Let us have an election.[Calleary, Dara]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] There is a 4% increase in expenditure at a time when tax revenues are forecast to increase by over 14% and GDP is forecast to increase by 18%. Through prudent and careful management of the State’s finances, this Government brought the country back from the brink. Our recovery, though not y...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Who speaks of Eamon Gilmore now?[Kelleher, Billy]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Syriza got re-elected.[Mac Lochlainn, Pádraig]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Okay.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] While maintaining the responsible approach-----[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [544]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Would you stay quiet, please? Thank you.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [545]
13/10/2015 [Bills] While maintaining the responsible approach that got our country to where we are today, we are committed to investing in public services; assisting those most in need; creating jobs; providing a platform for future growth; and ensuring that every family and every community, in every part of t...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [545]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Why are you praising Fianna Fáil?[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [545]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Today, we reap the benefits of the hard work and resilience of the Irish people, as we set our course for a better Ireland.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [545]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Tell me why you are hanging onto power.[Kelleher, Billy]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [545]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Settle now, Billy. Bring back Noel.[Buttimer, Jerry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [545]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Would those leaving do so quietly, please? Thank you.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [545]
13/10/2015 [Bills] A Cheann Comhairle, could we have a recess so that the Fianna Fáil opposition party can rewrite its lines?[Quinn, Ruairí]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [545]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is all right; I will look after them.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [545]
13/10/2015 [Bills] You will have your retirement party later.[Troy, Robert]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [545]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This budget is the final roll of the dice from a Government that has run out of ideas and is about to run out of road. This budget presented a golden opportunity to the Government to make a statement about our values as a country and to set out a vision for our Republic as we approach a ser...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [545]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Hear, hear.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [545]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----who defied the odds and not only survived but are now driving the recovery. The Government is delusional if it believes that decisions made on Merrion Street during its tenure have brought about this recovery. Having broken promise after promise over the past four and a half years, th...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [545]
13/10/2015 [Bills] No.[Buttimer, Jerry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [546]
13/10/2015 [Bills] With every budget this Government has passed, it has made Ireland a more unequal place. Fine Gael and the Labour Party seem intent on creating deeper and deeper divisions in society. The way the Government targeted lone parents, women and the elderly will live long in the memory. This Gov...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [546]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The hub cap fell off.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [546]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is little wonder the Government wants another few months in office before facing the people, but it will make no difference. Back in 2011 the Government was swept to power with a record mandate and the overwhelming goodwill of the Irish people to be bold and reforming, but it has utterly...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [546]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Hear, hear.[McGrath, Finian]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [546]
13/10/2015 [Bills] That has been abolished.[Buttimer, Jerry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [546]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Universal health insurance was to be the landmark reform of the Government. It was to provide equal access to the health service for all citizens, irrespective of their means. It too has been abandoned; it must lie on a waiting list somewhere. The proceeds from a local property tax were t...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [546]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Irish Water.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [546]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----the Government cut funding to councils and used the local property tax proceeds to set up a bloated super-quango in Irish Water and that is the truth.
In opposition, Fine Gael and the Labour Party cynically opposed every measure introduced by Brian Lenihan to put the economy back on.....
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13/10/2015 [Bills] Like the bank guarantee.[Costello, Joe]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [547]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----and then went on to implement his national recovery plan and better still, to claim credit for it. They told us they would burn the bondholders but all the Government did was to burn their election promises. The Government told Members it had secured a game-changer of a deal on bank d...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [547]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Send in the sheriff.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [547]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Government stated it would breathe new life into rural Ireland but instead, it attacked every pillar on which it is built.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [547]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Hear, hear.[McGrath, Finian]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [547]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The centrepiece of this budget is the package put forward by the Minister, Deputy Noonan, on the universal social charge, USC. I acknowledge the USC is a very heavy burden on Irish taxpayers introduced at the worst of times.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [547]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Who brought it in?[Buttimer, Jerry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [547]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Whose budget was that?[Durkan, Bernard J.]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [547]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Fianna Fáil agrees the burden of USC should be lessened.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [547]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Who brought it in?[Buttimer, Jerry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [547]
13/10/2015 [Bills] However, when one considers the impact of this tax package today on different families, one simply must put it alongside the Government's introduction of a series of taxes and charges that take no account of ability to pay. From the local property tax to water charges, from increased public...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [547]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This is Fine Gael.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [547]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Yet again, where one parent stays at home to mind children, the gain will be far less. The Minister has thrown a sop to them with an increase in the home carers tax credit, which incidentally is only claimed by 83,000 people. Many people are not even aware of the existence of this credit a...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [547]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Look after the rich.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [548]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Minister will make the point, as he often has, that people who pay more tax will benefit more from tax cuts and while such people do pay more tax, if the Minister really seeks to make work pay, then people who earn €20,000, €30,000 or €40,000 really need his help. He must use all the to...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [548]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Hear, hear.[McGrath, Finian]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [548]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This is €1.5 billion of Supplementary Estimates between now and the end of the year.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [548]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is in the Book of Estimates that was circulated.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [548]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Members do not know how much of that money already has been spent, how much of that €1.5 billion has yet to be spent between now and Christmas or precisely how it will be spent. In the interests of transparency and accountability, all these facts should be in the public domain and should ha...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [548]
13/10/2015 [Bills] A democratic revolution.[Cowen, Barry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [548]
13/10/2015 [Bills] On the spending side, one of the Minister's main points today was the increase of €3 in the old age pension and the partial restoration of the Christmas bonus. I do not believe the Minister is naive enough to think pensioners will be fooled by what he has announced here today because they r...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [548]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It was Fianna Fáil that cut it.[Durkan, Bernard J.]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [548]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Fianna Fáil cut it by 4%-----[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [548]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Government cut the fuel allowance by six weeks.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [548]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----and abolished the Christmas bonus.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [548]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It cut the actual fuel allowance amount by €3.90, it cut their gas and electricity units allowance by 25%, it abolished the telephone allowance and imposed the local property tax and water charges on elderly people with no account taken of ability to pay. The Government promised to abolish ...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [548]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The dirty dozen of cuts.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] In addition, the Government has cut thousands of hours of home help.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Fianna Fáil left the country broke.[Durkan, Bernard J.]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] On top of all that, the Minister's announcement of an increase of €3 will ring hollow for many people because in 2012, the Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection, Deputy Burton, introduced sneaky changes to the eligibility criteria for the State pension-----[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Exactly.[Cowen, Barry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----by changing the yearly average contribution bands. A lady from my constituency wrote to me last week.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This was announced seven years earlier.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Her yearly average band came in at more than 20 weeks per annum-----[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It was the Government's Bill.[Kelleher, Billy]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----and under the old regime, at €225, her pension would have been €5 short of the full pension. Instead, €34 has been cut from the pension she otherwise would have received.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] But it is all right because of the €3 increase.[Troy, Robert]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] That is the reality and many people are only now beginning to realise, as they reach the age of 66-----[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Fianna Fáil cut the blind pension. Have Members opposite forgotten that?[Durkan, Bernard J.]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----that the eligibility criteria for the State pension has changed fundamentally.
The Minister's comments on housing and accommodation were nothing short of pathetic. He would have been better off saying nothing than what he actually said. There has been no increase in rent supplement....
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13/10/2015 [Bills] How many houses did Fianna Fáil build when it was in government?[Buttimer, Jerry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----but there has been no such tax relief.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [549]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It looked after the developers.[Buttimer, Jerry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It was 14,000 social houses Deputy Buttimer.[Troy, Robert]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] There were to be grants for builders who sold houses at below the market value. Apparently, Members are told, the Minister, Deputy Noonan and the Minister, Deputy Kelly, could not reach agreement on the package of measures to help people trying to put a roof over their heads. Is it not ama...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Labour Party values.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Is the Government not aware of what the Simon Community found in its recent report? In the areas it studied, which included all the major population centres, 93% of properties available for rent were outside of the rent supplement cap. In the five major cities, the Simon Community could no...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Fianna Fáil created that.[Durkan, Bernard J.]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Not a single property and not a word about it in the budget today, which is an absolute disgrace-----[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Hear, hear.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----because apparently, the Government cannot reach agreement on all of that. It is an absolute disgrace.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] That is absolutely correct.[Halligan, John]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Minister, Deputy Kelly, is a failure.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] In responding to budgets, I have stated consistently that Fianna Fáil wants to see this country recover.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is better now then when Fianna Fáil left.[Durkan, Bernard J.]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] However, I have a duty to analyse critically that recovery. The economy is recovering, that recovery is broadening and its pace has almost surprised everyone. I agree the task now is to make sure it is a sustainable recovery. There is a general air of self-congratulation about the Governm...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [550]
13/10/2015 [Bills] That is this Government's chapter.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [553]
13/10/2015 [Bills] That loophole must be closed urgently.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [553]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It will not be done by this Government.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [553]
13/10/2015 [Bills] We have published legislation in that regard.
It remains a legitimate aspiration for many young people and for many couples to buy and own their own homes. The steps the Government has taken, combined with the measures introduced by the Central Bank, have put home ownership beyond a whole...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] They are closing rural Ireland.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [554]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This is a divided country and a divided economy. The Taoiseach has not taken any tangible steps today to bridge that divide. On the cusp of all the celebrations and commemorations we will have next year, that, first and foremost, was his key duty. That is not to mention the 40% cut in Lea...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [554]
13/10/2015 [Bills] They keep the country going.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [554]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----he is sending out a very negative signal. It is a statement by Government of a distinct lack of confidence in the credit union movement. At a time when we need a counterpoint to the power of the banks-----[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [554]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The credit unions keep the country going.[McGrath, Mattie]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [554]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----he is diminishing and undermining the role of credit unions in local communities throughout this country. He is not allowing them to hold savings in excess of €100,000, to lend the money or to deal with the additional burden off regulation they face. The Minister should talk to them. ...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [554]
13/10/2015 [Bills] That is why they turned out in their droves when we dedicated Private Members' time to that issue.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [554]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Whose Bill did Mattie copy?[Buttimer, Jerry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [554]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Government wants people to take this budget in isolation. It wants people to forget what has happened in the last four and half years, to forget the way the vulnerable have been targeted, to forget all the broken promises-----[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [554]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----and to forget the divisions in society that this Government has created but it will not work. People know the recovery has been hard won.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [554]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Did you forget all your promises?[Noonan, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] They know we still face great sacrifices-----[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] There is no Bobby Ewing moment on the opposite side.[Buttimer, Jerry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----and that uncertainties remain. They want the Government's priorities to reflect their priorities. They want fairness and decency at the heart of everything their Government does. The people will soon have their opportunity to pass their judgment.[McGrath, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] We are now entering the final chapter of this Fine Gael-Labour Party Government. The story is as follows: chapter 1 - the setting is Government Buildings March 2011 and the main characters are Enda and Eamon. Does the Taoiseach remember Eamon?  They look at each other and say, "We’ve lande...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Is this an extract from Oliver Callan?[Noonan, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] He is gone.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----and we said there will be no water charges. I’ll do a U-turn as well and drop every one of those promises.  It’s the price of power."[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] There are more than two. Is there, Brendan?[Collins, Niall]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] That was it settled. Both of them agreed-----[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Is this some kind of comedy?[Noonan, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----and said, "We’ll call it a democratic revolution".
Chapter 2 of the story is about the economy and regressive anti–social budgets introduced by this Government.  It looked after the wealthy and gave tax cuts to the high earners.  It spoke about trickle-down economics. It took the fou...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] How many chapters are there in it?[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----or to have vital surgery carried out.  It also tells the story of the sale of important strategic State assets such as part of Bord Gáis and the national lottery licence. [Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This could become a rock musical.[Noonan, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [555]
13/10/2015 [Bills] NAMA agrees to sell off many of its valuable properties throughout the country to the new found friends the Minister, Deputy Michael Noonan, met in Davos at knockdown prices, further exacerbating the burden on our citizens.  We should not forget the water meters and the new super quango, Iri...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [556]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Will the Deputy mention the budget some day soon?[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [556]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Chapter 4 tells a story of the housing crisis, homeless people sleeping rough, children living in hotel rooms, high rents and long waiting lists for social housing.  Those lucky enough to have a house to live in no longer feel safe in their own homes due to the cutbacks in the number of gard...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [556]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Deputy might mention the budget.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [556]
13/10/2015 [Bills] They conclude by saying, "Let’s hope we can fool the people for a second time around".[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [556]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Even Deputy Willie O'Dea is laughing at that one.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [556]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Government will claim there is a greater degree of openness and transparency in the budgetary process. The spring economic statement, part of the EU fiscal rules, is indeed welcome. However, in recent years the budgetary process presented in Dáil Éireann is less honest and less accurat...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [556]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Deputy has great confidence in us.[Howlin, Brendan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [557]
13/10/2015 [Bills] An essential review of this budgetary process is now required. The Dáil should be given an accurate and honest quarterly report at the end of March, June and September each year to ensure funding available for expenditure can be allocated, approved and utilised in a logical manner. This is...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [557]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Everyone was gone.[Noonan, Michael]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [557]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It has managed to turn it into a housing emergency, some achievement. Some 130,000 people are languishing on the social housing waiting lists. There are 471 homeless families with 1,054 homeless children sleeping in hotel rooms tonight in Dublin, Cork and Galway, waiting to be kicked out t...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [557]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Hear, hear.[Cowen, Barry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [560]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Hear, hear.[McDonald, Mary Lou]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [560]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Do not be playing games.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [560]
13/10/2015 [Bills] They listened to one person but are now gone before the second speaker has finished. We have not even got to Sinn Féin or the Independent and Technical Group yet the Ministers are gone.[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [560]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is terrible.[McDonald, Mary Lou]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [560]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The people who wrote this budget have done this year in, year out. They are off to give a press conference and put a spin on what they did not say here today. This time last year, I asked the Ceann Comhairle, who was in the chair, if he would personally intervene to ensure this would not h...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [560]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Reconvene.[Cowen, Barry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [560]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Take a break for ten minutes.[McLellan, Sandra]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [560]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I believe there is a legitimate case to be made for having the Minister for Finance and the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform in this Chamber to hear what is being said.[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [560]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I just saw the Minister for Finance. He is outside getting photographs taken.[O'Brien, Jonathan]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [560]
13/10/2015 [Bills] They are gone to the press conferences.[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [560]
13/10/2015 [Bills] We should reconvene and get a vote on it.[McLellan, Sandra]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [560]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It speaks volumes on the contempt this Government has shown for the national Parliament. It is more interested in a press conference and having a word on the side with individual journalists in order to plant their stories than with putting the facts to this House in public.[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [560]
13/10/2015 [Bills] That is a bit rich.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I am sorry but, while we have the Taoiseach, we have not one other member of the Government here. I am looking around and the benches are empty.[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Sorry, Sean.[Collins, Niall]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Are they canvassing?[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Taoiseach is here to my right. The Taoiseach is here to listen to Deputy Fleming if he would just get on with it.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Are they gone for their posters?[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Have they been let out to play? Did Joan let them out to play now?[Cowen, Barry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Are they nervous again? Is Joan happy with her €3 increase? Does she think she can win an election on a €3 increase? Wait until they get hold of her and her €3. They have a lot to say about her and her €3.[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is the first increase since 2009.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I have made the point already-----[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] What about the cuts?[Cowen, Barry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----but this level of arrogance is what will trip up the Government on the doorsteps.[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is the first increase since 2009 and maybe Deputy Fleming should acknowledge it.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Fuel allowance.[Cowen, Barry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It might get away with this arrogance here in the House but it will not get away with it on the doorsteps, whenever that will be.[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Prescription charges.[Cowen, Barry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] On child care, there is nothing in the budget announcement today for hard-pressed working families with young children under three years of age. They get six months of maternity leave. After that, from the age of six months to two and a half years, the parents are back at work and paying f...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [561]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Deputy's party signed up to it as well.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [562]
13/10/2015 [Bills] A sum of €540 million has been spent on water meters-----[Fleming, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [562]
13/10/2015 [Bills] No. Save that for the election campaign.[Cowen, Barry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [562]
13/10/2015 [Bills] -----which the Government does not plan to use until 2022. Furthermore, this is the cost of installing meters into only half of the houses in Ireland. Wait until we hear how much it intends to spend on putting water meters into the remaining housing. This is only phase 1.
The Government...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] Hear, hear.[Cowen, Barry]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [562]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Government is giving with one hand and taking with the other. Pensioners have been hit to the tune of over €1,200 annually as a result of direct cuts to payments and tax increases, including the local property tax and water charges. Ability to pay was not taken into account by the...[F...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [563]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The main spokespersons for finance and public expenditure and reform for Sinn Féin, Deputies Pearse Doherty and McDonald, have 30 minutes each.[An Leas-Cheann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [563]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I will wait for the exodus of Fianna Fáil Members. They might be joining the Minister on the plinth.
Despite all the promises, rhetoric and spin of the past few weeks, what the Taoiseach and the Ministers presented today is the epitome of the boom-bust politics of the past. The cut to th...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] Let them get on with it.[Taoiseach, The]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [567]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It is beneath the Taoiseach to start heckling again, but if he wants to do so, just do it. I did not open my mouth when the Government members were waxing lyrical.[Doherty, Pearse]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [567]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Far be it from-----[Taoiseach, The]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [567]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Deputy Doherty has the floor.[An Leas-Cheann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [567]
13/10/2015 [Bills] We want to deliver a fair recovery, one that invests in Ireland’s future for the long term and for the benefit of all rather than the few. We want to deliver a recovery that ensures that children experience equality of opportunity, be it in their education, their access to supports and serv...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [567]
13/10/2015 [Bills] We are reducing the pupil-teacher ratio.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [568]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Yes, and that is the €24 million. However, the need for resource teachers and all the other needs in education are not being met.
Year after year, child and poverty agencies have highlighted the increased costs for parents to put their children through an education system that is supposed...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] Deputy Doherty should not manipulate that situation.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [569]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Minister of State can shake his head all he wants. The policies being announced today result in homelessness, in a trolley crisis, in poverty. The Government cannot have it both ways. It cannot slash taxes and then pretend that it somehow wants to address the homeless crisis.[Doherty,...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [569]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Do not manipulate an individual's circumstances. The Deputy is using that situation for political gain. It is disgraceful.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [569]
13/10/2015 [Bills] What is disgraceful is the fact that the Government has put nearly €200 million into the pockets of the wealthiest 14% in the State, yet put only an additional €69 million into tackling the homelessness crisis. That is what is disgusting. On the doorstep of this Chamber people are dying be...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [570]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Deputy is deliberately manipulating that situation. He should calm down.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [570]
13/10/2015 [Bills] What is it going to take for the Government to declare a national emergency in housing?[Doherty, Pearse]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [570]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Calm down.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [570]
13/10/2015 [Bills] What is it going to take for it to finally start facing this issue head on? It has announced a day when NAMA is going to build 20,000 houses.[Doherty, Pearse]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [570]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Exactly.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [570]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I have asked and called year on year to use NAMA's resources to tackle the infrastructure needs of the State and the Government has turned its face against those calls. One would think the Government was elected yesterday or last week. Of course it should be doing that. True to form, the....Vol-892 Book-4 Page [570]
13/10/2015 [Bills] There has been 6% growth.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [571]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Who can forget the "every little hurts" advertisements? Far from putting manners on its coalition partners, Labour became more Fine Gael than Fine Gael itself. That was up until the Labour Deputies' own heads were on the block. Lo and behold, their glorious leader, Labour's very own Count...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [571]
13/10/2015 [Bills] That is a weak response to a budget.[Sherlock, Sean]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [571]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This is summed up by the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform's glee and joy at the suffering of the people of Greece and of Syriza, which was re-elected into government, and the challenges it faces. I ask the Minister of State to send him a message. When his party gets re-elected in...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [571]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This is the Government’s fifth and final budget, marking the end of this administration’s time in office. It is a moment to take stock of all that has happened since 2011, to consider the Government's record in the round and to assess the winners and losers on its watch. The picture that e...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [571]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The next 60 minutes are for the Technical Group, of which there are 12 Members with five minutes each. I ask each Member to be conscious of the fact that there are only 60 minutes overall and that if they take some time, they are taking it from somebody else.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [576]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I ask the Ceann Comhairle to set the five-minute clock.[Donnelly, Stephen S.]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [576]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Yes.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [576]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This budget is politically clever, but it is socially and economically foolish. It is a budget that should look to the next decade and the next generation but instead it looks to the next election. It is a triumph of incrementalism and it lacks what former US President George Bush Snr. onc...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [576]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This is the fifth budget in a row for the rich and powerful in our society. The USC package gives the top 5% of earners, 110,000 individuals earning over €180,000, an additional €922, costing the Exchequer almost €100 million or nearly twice what they were given last year. In contrast a lo...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [577]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The myth promulgated before this budget was that it was somehow a give-away one but it is far from it. The people who have been hammered by the past eight years of austerity have gained little or nothing from today's budget. I refer to the low-paid, women and those who have lost their jobs...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [578]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I thank the Deputy. I call Deputy Paul Murphy.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [579]
13/10/2015 [Bills] In fact, what the Government has done is introduce half-----[Coppinger, Ruth]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [579]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I call Deputy Paul Murphy.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [579]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I will just finish on this point, a Cheann Comhairle.[Coppinger, Ruth]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [579]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Deputy is not finishing. Her time has expired.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [579]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I refer to the halving of the corporation tax rate with a knowledge development box, which could easily be exploited and result in a continuation of Ireland's tax haven status.[Coppinger, Ruth]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [579]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I call Deputy Paul Murphy.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [579]
13/10/2015 [Bills] A Cheann Comhairle, I am just finishing a sentence.[Coppinger, Ruth]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [579]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Deputy should not be selfish and take other Members' time.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [580]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This is ridiculous.[Coppinger, Ruth]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [580]
13/10/2015 [Bills] They make a desert and call it peace, so said Calgacus, allegedly, surveying the destruction wrought by the Roman Empire. The Government has created a deeply unequal society. It has created a society where homelessness is rife and where low pay is dominant and they have called it a recover...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [580]
13/10/2015 [Bills] That includes private health insurance.[English, Damien]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [580]
13/10/2015 [Bills] No it does not include private health insurance. The Minister of State should look at the budget in 2007 for 2008.[Murphy, Paul]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [580]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It includes the total spend on health.[English, Damien]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [581]
13/10/2015 [Bills] That is inaccurate.[Murphy, Paul]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [581]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Can the Deputy not add?[English, Damien]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [581]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Health spending has been cut dramatically in the State. It remains lower. That gets to the point which is that the vast majority of the €31 billion of cuts that have applied, continue. We are about €30 billion smaller in terms of vital spending than we were pre-crisis.
I draw attention ...
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13/10/2015 [Bills] I thank the Deputy.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [581]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I say to the Minister, Deputy Brendan Howlin, who speaks of Pasok now? Who speaks of the Green Party now?[Murphy, Paul]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [581]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I thank the Deputy. I call Deputy Clare Daly.[An Ceann Comhairle]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [581]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Who will speak of the Labour Party in the year to come?[Murphy, Paul]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [581]
13/10/2015 [Bills] There is a certain smugness around this debate that I find quite disquieting. The reality is that we have the annual pantomime. Everybody knows the ending, the predictable set pieces, the mock hilarity, the great jubilation on that side, the mock outrage on this one, the Minister for Publi...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [581]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Had the Government not levied an additional 50 cent on cigarettes, I would wonder what the Cabinet had been smoking. I am astounded by the unreality of that with which Members have been presented today. I suspect very few Members in this House remember 1977, which was a time when Fianna Fá...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [582]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Which bits is the Deputy against? He did not go through the details.[English, Damien]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [583]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Government has presented a striking message to the electorate this year in the form of a pre-election manifesto whereby people seeking equality should get a job because the best form of social protection will be that job. Most people had assumed the State should act as the best form of ...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [583]
13/10/2015 [Bills] If what occurred today was a film, it would be called "Back to the Future". The budget is a sequel to budget 2002 which was a giveaway budget in the context of the general election of 2003 and its successor, budget 2007, and we all know what happened in that regard. This budget is all abou...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [585]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I welcome the opportunity to contribute to the debate on the budget. Before the Government starts to clap itself on the back, let us remind ourselves of all the suffering of the past four and half years and the suffering that continues in broader society. There are 1,500 children in emerge...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [586]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Nobody is clapping anyone else on the back. Who brought that into it?[Flanagan, Charles]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [587]
13/10/2015 [Bills] The Minister should talk to his colleagues.[McGrath, Finian]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [587]
13/10/2015 [Bills] It was not easy to listen to the two Ministers tell us how wonderful and fair the Government had been. It reminded me of listening to Jose Mourinho tell us that Chelsea was still the best team and that he was the best manager, despite the fact that they were still losing football matches. ...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [587]
13/10/2015 [Bills] Correct.[Troy, Robert]Vol-892 Book-4 Page [587]
13/10/2015 [Bills] If it does not build social housing, rents will continue to be exorbitant and house prices will remain too high. That is at the root of the problem. The Government cannot expect the private sector to solve its problems. Those involved in the sector do not want to build now and the Govern...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [587]
13/10/2015 [Bills] I welcome the opportunity to speak about the budget. It makes me very angry, but even more than that, it makes me very sad to hear a Labour Party Minister gloat yet again about the brutal treatment of the Greek people by the European Central Bank, ECB, and the European Commission. The las...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [588]
13/10/2015 [Bills] This budget is really a cynical bag of pre-election tricks without any substance whatsoever. It will do nothing to deal with the emergency in housing and homelessness, the disaster in public hospitals, or the gaping and growing inequality and poverty in society. I even have to disagree wit...Vol-892 Book-4 Page [589]
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