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Daly, Clare

Thursday, 4 April 2019

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


Employment Rights

Asked the Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection: if her plans to improve protections for persons trapped in bogus self-employment will include new legislation; and if she will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Asked the Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection: if she will review legislation for the protection of the rights of migrant workers engaged in seasonal work on short-term contracts of less than six months duration with a view to strengthening reg...More Button

Employment Rights (Continued)

The Minister has had six minutes, which, presumably, was her extra time to respond. Is that not the case?More Button

She did.More Button

I have no problem with that but she has used the six minutes.More Button

I welcome the announcement of legislation but it is beyond urgent. I do not accept IBEC's contention that the issue can be addressed by increasing the number of inspections or better enforcement a...More Button

Ceisteanna ó Cheannairí - Leaders' Questions (Continued)

In December 2017, I raised with the Tánaiste the case of Anthony Cole, the first person to bring an action concerning Lariam. That action had just been settled after the State sparing no expense i...More Button

The second Lariam case, of Mr. Patrick Fedigan, was settled two weeks ago, again on the steps of the court and after enormous cost and delay. What on earth is going on here? Not only is the Gov...More Button

As a result, we have almost 300 loyal but damaged men and women who served this State proudly, and whose papers have been lodged with the courts, facing a lengthy and costly application process b...More Button

While everybody moved on to the latest scandal some weeks ago - I think John Delaney was the flavour of the month this time - Dr. Scally produced his latest report. He outlined in that report th...More Button

I have a lot of time for the Tánaiste but I am very disappointed with his response, which is indicative of the reason we are in this mess. I state that because what he has given me is Civil Servic...More Button

The Tánaiste did not deal with all of the fundamental questions I put to him. The State's denial has led to a continued over-reliance on litigation and failure to address the serious concerns of...More Button

That was said last year.More Button

Student Visas Data

Asked the Minister for Justice and Equality: the progress regarding the new non-EEA students scheme in view of the precarious position of a number of applicants who are eligible for the scheme and are awaiting a decision in order to complete ...More Button

Care Orders

Asked the Minister for Justice and Equality: if he will provide a breakdown of childcare orders by type and District Court division.More Button

International Conventions

Asked the Minister for Justice and Equality: when Ireland will ratify the optional protocol to the Convention against Torture.More Button

Hare Coursing Regulation

Asked the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine: when the minutes of the coursing monitoring committee for 2018 will be made available.More Button

Foster Care

Asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs: the way in which supervision of the arrangement is managed in relation to the 13 children in foster care outside the country and by whom with particular reference to facilitating contact with their...More Button

Asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs: the way in which children are kept in contact with their families when they are placed in residential units in the United Kingdom; and if she will make a statement on the matter.More Button