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Barry, Mick

Tuesday, 6 October 2020

Dáil Éireann Debate
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Departmental Administrative Arrangements

Asked the Taoiseach: if he will report on the work of the economic division of his Department.More Button

Departmental Administrative Arrangements (Continued)

I ask about the plight of two groups of workers, namely, the Aer Lingus workers and the Debenhams workers. The Aer Lingus workers have been submitting short-term working forms to Intreo offices to...More Button

The Debenhams workers will have been on strike for six months this Friday. They are now forced to picket in the cold and with the virus on the increase. On 8 September, the Taoiseach told the D...More Button

Given that the Taoiseach's first call was a month ago and given the actions of KPMG since then, is the Taoiseach prepared to amplify that call and tell the Dáil today very loudly and in no uncert...More Button

Cabinet Committees

Asked the Taoiseach: when the Cabinet committee which addresses the economy will next meet.More Button

Asked the Taoiseach: when the Cabinet committee dealing with transport last met.More Button

Cabinet Committees (Continued)

From midnight tonight, the entire country will be at level 3. As the restrictions tighten, there could be and should be an increase in supports but there will not be. In fact, those on the pandem...More Button

I want to return to an issue I raised earlier to which the Taoiseach did not have time to respond, namely, the hundreds of former Debenhams workers, overwhelmingly women, who, this Friday, will h...More Button

Homelessness Strategy

Asked the Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage: the measures he will take following the recent release of homeless figures; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Asked the Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage: if a restoration of the eviction moratorium will be supported in view of the most up-to-date homelessness figures; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Student Support Schemes

Asked the Minister for Children, Disability, Equality and Integration: his views on the situation faced by minors and young persons who have been born here or who are long-term resident here but are not Irish, EU, UK, EEA or Swiss citizens in terms of discrimination t...More Button

Deportation Orders

Asked the Minister for Children, Disability, Equality and Integration: if his Department or agencies under his remit are informed or notified of minors being deported from the State; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Asked the Minister for Justice: the reason her Department does not collect statistics on the number of minors deported from the State; if this has always been the policy of her Department; her plans to change this policy; and if ...More Button

Asked the Minister for Justice: the reason her Department does not collect statistics on the number of Irish-born non-Irish, UK, EEA and Swiss citizens deported from the State; if this has always been the policy of her Department...More Button

Student Universal Support Ireland

Asked the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science: if he supports the principle of persons born in the State who are not Irish, UK, EEA or Swiss nationals and who qualify under the residency and other requirements of the schemes being able to acces...More Button

Immigration Status

Asked the Minister for Justice: the timeline for her Department’s policy paper on the regularisation of undocumented persons; if it will be open to receiving submissions; and if she will make a statement on the matter.More Button