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Humphreys, Kevin

Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Dáil Éireann Debate
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Public Sector Pay and Conditions: Motion (Resumed) [Private Members] (Continued)

I have seen many outrageous motions over my years in politics. The motion tabled by Fianna Fáil tonight is possibly the most blatant example of public opportunism I have seen. It is quite somethi...More Button

Let us remember how they ensured before they left office that all their Ministers had enormous pensions and lump sum payments. Let us remember how they signed off on the super salary of the chie...More Button

I am proud to be a member of the Labour Party in government, which is fighting for fairness and trying to ensure the hundreds of thousands of people who were left unemployed by Fianna Fáil are gi...More Button

Medical Card Data

Asked the Minister for Health: the amount that was recouped from EU member states for the awarding of medical cards to persons under EU regulation 883/04 in each year from 2010 to 2012; if he will provide the breakdown by member...More Button

Asked the Minister for Health: further to Parliamentary Question No. 226 and 227 of 6 March the way in which his Department knows how to recoup costs of medical cards awarded under EU Regulation 883/04 if the Primary Care Reimbu...More Button

Asked the Minister for Health: the number of Irish citizens over the age of 60 who have worked in other EU countries but retired to Ireland with a contributory pension from another EU country that are in receipt of non-means tes...More Button

Asked the Minister for Health: the number of EU citizens that are in receipt of non-means tested medical cards here under EU Regulation 883/04; if he will provide a breakdown by country and further outline the information the PC...More Button