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We all commend Archbishop Diarmuid Martin for his support for the children's rights referendum. He correctly pointed out that it clearly balances rights and obligations. That sets it out properly. I also commend him on his advocacy of uniformity of dress and a more simple celebration for children on the occasion of their First Holy Communion.
With regard to child benefit, I am always struck by the tongue in cheek performances of Senator Darragh O'Brien, when he knows perfectly well this is a budgetary matter, whatever about the leak. Senator John Whelan set out a view to which we would all subscribe. Child benefit was clearly designed for low income families, not the well off, particularly at this difficult time for the country. It was never intended for the well-off. Senator Whelan gave examples of people being able to save it.