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McGrath, Mattie

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


Leaders' Questions

It is a disgrace.More Button

Leaders' Questions (Continued)

Last year it was about septic tanks.More Button

Bring back big Phil.More Button

Irish Water was a mistake.More Button

A new name.More Button

Santa Claus.More Button

The charge is gone. It is now called a contribution.More Button

Water Sector Reforms: Motion

Do we have to buy the papers?More Button

The Minister is making a show of Tipperary.More Button

We need to see the motion.More Button

We do not have it.More Button

Water Sector Reforms: Motion (Continued)

Alan will fix it.More Button

They will be worthless.More Button

Contaminate them too.More Button

Wishful thinking.More Button

What about SIPTU?More Button

That is not true. We are getting water from County Waterford.More Button

You made some mess of Irish Water.More Button

Will we have time for debate on it?More Button

There is a backwash in the pipes.More Button

The sick and the vulnerable.More Button

The Tánaiste left too.More Button

He is looking to his legacy.More Button

Suspend the House.More Button

Water Sector Reforms: Motion (Resumed)

It is toxic.More Button

We could have a wake and a funeral.More Button

Water Sector Reforms: Motion (Resumed) (Continued)

Deputy Ross should ask the people of Tipperary.More Button

It is left down in Tipperary.More Button

The Government voted for it too.More Button

They were retirees.More Button

He has no legacy, has he?More Button

Why did the previous Minister, Mr. Hogan, ignore it and leave the country?More Button

That is not true.More Button

It is very clear that there is no planning.More Button

It is with the Deputy in the Chair.More Button

Youth Services Funding

Asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs: the measures his Department is taking to financially support youth services in disadvantaged communities; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Children's Rights Referendum

Asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs: if he will support a call for a Dáil Éireann debate on the way his Department managed funds provided by the Oireachtas to run the children's referendum of November 2012; and if he will make a state...More Button

Hospital Charges

Asked the Minister for Health: the basis for the charges accruing to medical card holders and non-medical card holders under the Health (Amendment) Act 2005 since 1 July 2014 and which relate to costs incurred after the period o...More Button

Water Meters

Asked the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government: further to Parliamentary Question No. 164 of 12 November 2014 if he will respond to the specific nature of the question put to him which involved the removal of water meters and not meter boxes (de...More Button