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Kehoe, Paul

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.

Business of Dáil

It is proposed, notwithstanding anything in Standing Orders and the order of the Dáil of Tuesday, 18 November 2014, that the opening speeches on No. 20b, motion re water sector reforms, of a...More Button

I move: "That the sitting be suspended for 45 minutes, after which the Minister and Minister of State will return."More Button

  Sitting suspended at 4.05 p.m. and resumed at 4.50 p.m.More Button

Water Sector Reforms: Motion (Continued)

Deputy Willie O'Dea should not be nodding his head because he created the mess.More Button

This is grandstanding and play-acting of the highest order.More Button

Water Sector Reforms: Motion (Resumed)

You did it to the ESB as well.More Button

Water Sector Reforms: Motion (Resumed) (Continued)

What about the HSE?More Button

That is not a suggestion. What suggestions were made?More Button

What is Deputy Cowen suggesting?More Button

Deputy Cowen's party signed up to water charges of €400 per house.More Button

Deputy Ross will not be on the board.More Button

What did Deputy Ross say about Seánie?More Button

What did Deputy Ross say about Seánie?More Button

The Deputy can afford to pay water charges.More Button

Empty vessels make most noise.More Button

The Deputy never paid for anything in her life.More Button

He might stage a sit-in.More Button

The Deputy's bully boy tactics will not work here.More Button