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Boyd Barrett, Richard

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


Nomination of Taoiseach (Resumed) (Continued)

I wonder where Deputy Burton got that idea.More Button

I am sharing time with Deputies Coppinger and-----More Button

Stop the clock.More Button

I am sharing time with Deputies Ruth Coppinger and Mick Barry.More Button

First, I extend my sympathies to the victims of the horrendous fire in London. We do not yet know how many there are but the scenes are shocking and we should extend our support for, and solidar...More Button

I do not want to be mean-spirited on an important day for the Taoiseach-elect, Deputy Varadkar, and his family but for the thousands of families facing intolerable hardship because they are homel...More Button

I do not believe it makes any difference whether Deputy Enda Kenny, Deputy Leo Varadkar or Deputy Simon Coveney is Taoiseach. What is important is that he is from Fine Gael and we need to interr...More Button

At the time, Jeremy Corbyn's policies were condemned by Deputy Howlin as being much more like the policies of Solidarity-People Before Profit than Labour Party policies. Deputy Howlin is on record...More Button

It worries me that over recent weeks, the only serious policy issue that emerged was the rather shocking attack by Deputy Varadkar on welfare cheats and a group of people who supposedly do not get ...More Button

Deputy Coveney was the Minister for Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government during the greatest housing and homelessness crisis in the history of the State and was more concerned with t...More Button

I also raise the issue of the young woman who is at risk of suicide and is seeking an abortion. In a macabre re-run of the X case scandal , she has been imprisoned by the State.More Button

What people want is hope, not hype. They want policies, not pantomime. Judging by recent weeks, we will not get that from Fine Gael but that is what Solidarity-People Before Profit will be tryi...More Button

Appointment of Taoiseach and Nomination of Members of Government (Continued)

It has increased by 35%. That is a fact.More Button

She is texting us here.More Button

She is texting us here.More Button

That is cynical.   The Minister broke his promises to her.More Button

The Government has ignored the Irish Medical Organisation.More Button

It is absolutely not. The Government absolutely let Vera Twomey down consistently. Ask her.More Button

Rubbish.More Button