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Troy, Robert

Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Dáil Éireann Debate
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Implications of Brexit for Irish Ports: Motion [Private Members]

I move:More Button

Implications of Brexit for Irish Ports: Motion [Private Members] (Continued)

We have it. The Minister is probably only reading it for the first time himself, so it is okay, we will read it.More Button

That was five minutes of rubbish.More Button

Implications of Brexit for Irish Ports: Motion (Resumed) [Private Members] (Continued)

I thank all the Members who have contributed to this debate this evening. Some contributions have been more useful than others. In their contributions, the Sinn Féin Members seemed to think that ...More Button

This motion calls on the Government to accelerate its review of the TEN-T designation for Ireland. I would also remind Sinn Féin that when it was blowing up roads, we were building them. We inv...More Button

The Minister, Deputy Ross, seemed to seek praise for putting roads back on the capital plan that Fine Gael had removed. The M4, in my constituency, was in its planning stages before Fine Gael took...More Button

Now we are being asked to praise Fine Gael for putting it back on the capital plan. It may be open in ten years. Representatives of Transport Infrastructure Ireland, TII, have come before the Joi...More Button

Regardless of Brexit, our ports and airports are key to our connectivity as an island nation. Our exporters need greater security. The Government is failing abysmally in this regard. I mention...More Button

I note that the Minister's Independent Alliance colleague, the Minister of State, Deputy Finian McGrath, has joined us in the Chamber. I remind the House that the programme for Government which ...More Button

Last October, Commissioner Bulc clearly indicated her willingness to look favourably on a review of the TEN-T network. Nine months on, the Department has yet to make a comprehensive submission. T...More Button

Vótáil.More Button

Hospital Appointments Status

Asked the Minister for Health: if a scheduled appointment for a person (details supplied) will proceed.More Button

Fáilte Ireland Expenditure

Asked the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport: if the level of funding allocated through Fáilte Ireland to County Longford for the purpose of promoting tourism within the county will be examined (details supplied); and if he will make a stateme...More Button