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Murphy, Paul

Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


Business of Dáil (Continued)

On behalf of Anti-Austerity Alliance-People Before Profit, I add our voice of sympathy to and express our solidarity with the families of the victims of the Buncrana tragedy, the McGrotty and Danie...More Button

In terms of the Order of Business, the statements today are fine. While will discuss important topics, including the EU-Turkey agreement and the housing and homelessness crisis, the Dáil should ...More Button

We should discuss these issues as motions today. The Dáil should have the ability to pass motions instructing the caretaker Government to take action.More Button

Can we call on the Taoiseach to agree that as well as discussing the election of Taoiseach on 6 April, and presuming that none is elected, we might at least discuss water charges and Irish Water?More Button

This was the issue we discussed at length in the debate on the Order of Business on the last occasion. At least in theory, Fianna Fáil should not be against discussing Irish Water and water charge...More Button

European Council Meeting: Statements (Continued)

There have been many low points for the European Union over the past few years, including the campaign of terror unleashed against the Greek people for daring to stand up to the troika's austerity,...More Button

Vaccination Programme

Asked the Minister for Health: to report on the availability of the tuberculosis BCG vaccine and the measures being taken to ensure it is available to all those who require it; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Driver Licence Renewals

Asked the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport: to review the driving licence renewal process for persons over 70 years of age which requires a general practitioner to make an assessment of eyesight, given that an optician may be better suited f...More Button