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McGrath, Michael

Wednesday, 4 July 2018

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


Personal Injuries Assessment Board (Amendment) Bill 2018: First Stage

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I move: "That the Bill be taken in Private Members' time."More Button

Disabilities Assessments

I am pleased to raise this critically important and urgent issue. If a society is measured by how well it looks after the most vulnerable, and if there is to be a degree of compassion in our count...More Button

I recently raised an individual case of a young girl who is just short of three years of age. She joined the list in January 2018 and she has been told she is likely to get her assessment after ...More Button

This is a priority and the way these children and their families are being treated is a scandal. I hope there will be a radical intervention to make a tangible difference.More Button

I hope the Minister really gets this issue. The intervention to deal with this will have to be radical because it is a sick joke that children have to wait 28 months for an assessment for autism w...More Button

Disabilities Assessments (Continued)

There is much talk about the confidence and supply agreement and the Taoiseach says he wants to extend the agreement and enter negotiations. One part of the agreement calls for improved services a...More Button

Schools Building Projects Status

Asked the Minister for Education and Skills: the status of the delivery of a permanent school building for a school (details supplied) and the plans for temporary accommodation for the 2018-19 school year.More Button

Schools Refurbishment

Asked the Minister for Education and Skills: when funding will be provided to a school (details supplied) for roof replacement works; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Mortgage Lending

Asked the Minister for Finance: further to Parliamentary Questions Nos. 121 and 123 of 26 June 2018, if the Central Bank has undertaken an assessment of compliance with provision 6.12 of the consumer protection code 2012 (details...More Button

Tax Appeals Commission

Asked the Minister for Finance: the number of tax appeals before the Tax Appeals Commission; the value of tax these disputes amount to; the appeals by ranges (details supplied), respectively, in tabular form; and if he will make ...More Button

Asked the Minister for Finance: the age and value of tax appeals before the Tax Appeals Commission by ranges (details supplied), respectively, in tabular form; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Asked the Minister for Finance: the number of new appeals brought before the Tax Appeals Commission in each month since January 2016; the number of cases concluded in each month since January 2016; and if he will make a statement...More Button

Asked the Minister for Finance: the number of appeals before the Tax Appeals Commission that have been concluded since January 2016 that have been settled; the value of the settled appeals; the number that have been withdrawn; th...More Button