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Dooley, Timmy

Thursday, 2 May 2013

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.

Bus Éireann

Today we learned that Bus Éireann's unilateral decision to cut costs, as well as seeking reductions in overtime, shifts in premium payments, longer working hours for office staff and reductions in ...More Button

We understand that Bus Éireann needs to find savings and on this side of the House we accept that. It is a given that as a result of increased fuel costs and lower passenger numbers which have r...More Button

The Labour Court has stated that the very viability of the transport operator is under threat if something is not done. However, the lack of agreement between management and staff has the potent...More Button

Bus Éireann (Continued)

As all parties are currently committed to their positions in this dispute, there is entrenchment on both sides. How does the Minister plan to become involved? I accept the State has an industrial...More Button

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I asked the Minister what I thought were three serious questions. First, where does the Government stand on this? The response I got was that the Minister would stand idly by. Second, I asked wh...More Button

HSE Expenditure

Asked the Minister for Health: if he will explain the per capita disparity in the Health Service Executive regional service plan budget for the PCCC as published on 28 February 2013; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button