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Doherty, Regina

Thursday, 30 June 2016

Dáil Éireann Debate
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Leaders' Questions (Continued)

We have old politics from Sinn Féin.More Button

Business of Dáil

It is proposed in regard to today's sitting that the following additional business be transacted and that the arrangements as agreed on 28 June be amended accordingly: (1) that the motion re Standi...More Button

Questions on Proposed Legislation (Continued)

She should sit down and grow up.More Button

The House agreed two years ago to pass the legislation.More Button

Au Pair Placement Bill 2016: First Stage

No.More Button

Housing (Sale of Local Authority Housing) Bill 2016: First Stage

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Thirty-fifth Amendment of the Constitution (Repeal of the Eighth Amendment) Bill 2016: First Stage (Continued)

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Standing Orders: Motion

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Protection of Life in Pregnancy (Amendment) (Fatal Foetal Abnormalities) (No. 2) Bill 2013: Second Stage [Private Members] (Continued)

First, I thank Deputies Mick Wallace and Clare Daly for keeping this issue as a topic of discussion inside and outside this House. I am quite sure there are a lot of people who would rather that w...More Button

I am very glad the Minister has made the comments he has to Amanda Mellet. He is right that it is not an isolated incident. One would have to travel far and wide to find somebody from this Hous...More Button

I would like to very clearly state in this House that I would like to see a referendum to repeal the eighth amendment and I know exactly how I will be voting.More Button

It is only and simply for the reason of fatal foetal abnormalities and how we treat parents, in particular mothers - no offence to fathers - who have to carry the babies. When we listen to some of...More Button

The time a Bill was before the House previously, when it was brought forward by Deputy Clare Daly, I was in the position of only hearing that the Attorney General had stated the Bill was unconsti...More Button

For me - much and all as I appreciate and respect the principle of the Bill - I will oppose it on the basis that I will pursue the option put before the House through the programme for the Govern...More Button

I am much older than the Minister, Deputy Simon Harris, but I was only a young one on the first two occasions we had a chance to vote on this issue. In a reasonable and respectful society we sho...More Button