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McGrath, Mattie

Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


Order of Business (Continued)

It should have been allowed.More Button

On the Central Bank (consolidation) Bill, when will we have something on the banks? Obviously, they are not adhering to the code of conduct. ACC Bank, which is owned by Rabobank, is trying to evi...More Button

When will the Government hold a debate on the Children First Bill and the money misappropriated during the referendum proposed by our wonderful Minister for Justice and Equality?More Button

Restorative Justice (Reparation of Victims) Bill 2013: Second Stage [Private Members] (Continued)

I too compliment Deputy Halligan on bringing forward this Bill and raising it here on Leaders' Questions. He gave plenty of notice of it. If the so-called reforming Minister was interested, he wo...More Button

It is important that we go out and support the community. At present, the community cannot see any justice out there. People are under siege on a daily basis from robberies, intimidation, all k...More Button

I salute Community Alert and Neighbourhood Watch and compliment Muintir na Tíre on the work they do at community level in trying to be a source of support and sustenance to the unfortunate victim...More Button

It is time the Government of so-called reform, new agenda, NewERA and new transparency levelled with the people and became honest in one respect, and took on and accepted this Bill. If the Minis...More Button

On the closure of Garda stations, the Minister closed his own one. I heard on a programme on RTE recently that there was robbery after robbery beside the station, opposite the station and everyw...More Button

Where is the judicial reform we were promised? As for this so-called reforming Minister, I heard even Labour Party Ministers state they would not call for his head because he was the most hard-w...More Button

This reforming Minister is going around the world in the Government jet. He thinks he is some latter-day prince. The Taoiseach even told him he could not have it. The Minister is entitled to t...More Button

Army Personnel

Asked the Minister for Defence: if he will give a complete assessment of the future of Kickham Army Barracks, Clonmel, County Tipperary; if there are plans to relocate Clonmel Garda station to the barracks; and if he will make a ...More Button

Appointment of Receivers

Asked the Minister for Finance: the number of receivers appointed in each of the past five years for each of the following, receivers appointments as recorded by the Companies Registration Office, receivers appointments recorded ...More Button

Property Tax Administration

Asked the Minister for Finance: if his attention has been drawn to the fact that the Revenue service in Ennis, County Clare, has a section set up to deal with returns from receivers for property tax for residential homes; the num...More Button

NAMA Receivers

Asked the Minister for Finance: the number of receivers appointed by the National Assets Management Agency to family homes and commercial properties; and the money spent to date on receivers by NAMA (details supplied).More Button

Oireachtas Members' Remuneration

Asked the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform: if he will provide an individual breakdown of any allowances or payments that are provided to the Whips' offices of the Fine Gael Party, the Fianna Fáil Party and the Dáil Technical Group; the exac...More Button

School Curriculum

Asked the Minister for Justice and Equality: further to Parliamentary Question No. 399 of 11 March 2014, if and when same sex marriage is passed, if demominational schools will still be allowed to teach that marriage is between one man and on...More Button