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Barrett, Seán

Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


Leaders' Questions (Continued)

Deputies, please.More Button

Deputies, please.More Button

Deputies, please allow the Taoiseach to reply.More Button

Please allow the Taoiseach to reply.More Button

I ask Deputies not to conduct conversations across the House.More Button

Death of Member: Expressions of Sympathy

We will now hear expressions of sympathy on the death of Deputy Shane McEntee, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine. Before taking these expressions of sympathy,...More Button

If it is agreed by the House, the following order shall apply in calling speakers: the Taoiseach, the Tánaiste, the leader of Fianna Fáil, the leader of Sinn Féin, a representative of the Technic...More Button

Yes.More Button

Sorry, I did not know that.More Button

Death of Member: Expressions of Sympathy (Continued)

I now call on Shane's constituency colleagues beginning with Deputy Regina Doherty.More Button

I now call Deputy Damien English from the Meath West constituency.More Button

May he rest in peace.More Button

Order of Business

There are two proposals to be put to the House. Is the proposal for dealing with No. a10, motion re ministerial rota for parliamentary questions without debate agreed to? Agreed. Is the p...More Button

I think a parliamentary question is coming upon me.More Button

I am afraid that is a matter for another day.More Button

I appreciate that.More Button

The Taoiseach, on the health information Bill.More Button

Business of Dáil: Motion

I call on the Minister of State at the Department of the Taoiseach, Deputy Paul Kehoe.More Button

I call the Minister of State at the Department of the Taoiseach, Deputy Kehoe.More Button

Please allow Deputy Martin.More Button

Business of Dáil: Motion (Continued)

Can we please have a brief contribution from those objecting to the Order of Business?More Button

Is it agreed that we adjourn until 11.30 p.m.? A request has been made for more time to consider the Bill. The Taoiseach has offered a further half an hour until 11.30 p.m. Without any further d...More Button

It is getting late and people's tempers are getting frayed.More Button

I call Deputy Boyd Barrett and ask him to make a short contribution.More Button

We do not want to go through the contents of the Bill.More Button

Thank you very much, Deputy.More Button

Order.More Button

Is it agreed that we resume at 11.45 p.m.?More Button

It is not agreed.More Button

In that case, I must put the question. Are we really serious about this?More Button

We will waste time putting the question.More Button

We have been through all that.More Button

The Taoiseach has said he is giving until 11.45 p.m.More Button

If Deputies do not agree to that-----More Button

Sorry, please resume your seat. If Deputies do not agree with that, I am obliged in accordance with the order presented by the Government Chief Whip to put the question. We either agree on the fl...More Button

There is an offer on the table of 12 midnight. Are we agreed to that?More Button

In that case I will now put the question that we should proceed now. I am therefore putting the question-----More Button

No, Deputy Adams has not agreed and, therefore, I am obliged to put the question that is before the House.More Button

I cannot change an Order made by the Government.More Button

Deputy Adams is not agreeing to it.More Button

Deputies, please allow me-----More Button

Yes. I will put the question.More Button

  Question, "That the motion, as amended by the addition of the words 'and that the sitting be now suspended until 12 midnight'", put and declared carried.More Button

  Sitting suspended at 11.15 p.m. and resumed at 12 midnight.More Button

Irish Bank Resolution Corporation Bill 2013: Second Stage (Continued)

Deputies, please.More Button

Deputies, please.More Button

Deputies, please settle down.More Button

Deputy McCarthy, would you please refrain from shouting across the Chamber? Allow Deputy Doherty to finish.More Button

I do not need any assistance from the Deputy either.More Button

Ministers, would you please allow the debate? We have only time for a short debate. Cut out the shouting and let the Deputy finish. He has three minutes remaining.More Button

Please proceed Deputy Doherty.More Button

This is the last time I am going ask Deputies to stop shouting. The next time, they will be going out that door, or that door, whichever one they prefer and I mean it.More Button

I call Deputy Shane Ross. I ask those Deputies who do not want to listen to leave the Chamber before the next speaker begins. Deputy Ross is sharing time with Deputies Richard Boyd Barrett, Joe H...More Button

Deputy Ross, you have one minute remaining.More Button