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Barrett, Seán

Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


Leaders' Questions (Continued)

The Deputy has put his question. He has had a good run and received five minutes more than his allocated time. I call Deputy Adams.More Button

Deputy Healy-Rae is advised to watch his blood pressure.More Button

It is not Deputy Martin's question. Deputy Fleming is entitled to a reply. I ask the Deputies to stay quiet.More Button

Will the Deputies please allow a reply to the question?More Button

I find it very disturbing that people who did not ask a question are interrupting, which means the Deputy who asked the question cannot hear the reply. Will Members please show some respect to the...More Button

I ask the Deputy to put his question.More Button

Order of Business

Could the microphone be put on, please?More Button

There is one proposal to be put to the House. Is the proposal for dealing with No. 19, motion re appointment of Ombudsman for Children, agreed to? Agreed.More Button

Order of Business (Continued)

No, we cannot have a debate on that matter now.More Button

I know, but this is the Order of Business.More Button

Hold on a second, Deputy. This is the Order of Business and promised legislation.More Button

That is a matter for the Whips.More Button

I have an entire list of Deputies who want to raise issues. We cannot have this.More Button

Deputy Troy should take that matter up with his Whip.More Button

The Deputy's Whip is beside him.More Button

But Fianna Fáil's Whip is very co-operative. I have always-----More Button

-----found him very co-operative anyway.More Button

Deputies, please.More Button

Members must have had their Cornflakes this morning. They are all too giddy.More Button

There is limited time. If time expires, I cannot take Deputies.More Button

I am sorry, but this is not in order on the Order of Business. We cannot have a debate.More Button

The debates are okay because they have been promised.More Button

I am sorry, but will the Deputy get to the point, please?More Button

Do not mind the comments.More Button

The Deputy has made his point.More Button

There is a long list of Deputies who will not get in if the Deputy does not conclude.More Button

The Deputy asked about the legislation.More Button

The Deputy is straying there.More Button

I know it is important, but not on the Order of Buisness.More Button

I appreciate that, but the Deputy can put down a parliamentary question.More Button

We cannot deal with the contents of a Bill.More Button

The Deputy is asking about a Bill.More Button

The Deputy should please respect others who are waiting.More Button

Did the Deputy not hear me? Would the Deputy please resume his seat?More Button

I will not call the Deputy again if that is the way he is going to carry on.More Button

The Deputy is asking about a Bill and I am getting him the answer.More Button

Please switch off the microphone. I ask the Deputy to resume his seat.More Button

I will have to ask the Deputy to resume his seat.More Button

Resume your seat and do not be play-acting here. Will the Taoiseach answer the question about the Bill?More Button

I think the Deputy has made her point.More Button

The Deputy can raise that matter some other way, but not on the Order of Business.More Button

Will the Deputy please resume his seat? This is the Order of Business, not Question Time.More Button

I call Deputy Mulherin.More Button

Industrial Relations (Members of the Garda Síochána and the Defence Forces) Bill 2015: First Stage (Continued)

Is the Bill opposed?More Button

I declare the motion for leave to introduce the Bill agreed. As this is a Private Members' Bill, Second Stage must, under Standing Orders, be taken in Private Members' time.More Button

The Deputy must formally move that the Bill be taken in Private Members' time.More Button

Thirty-fourth Amendment of the Constitution (Dáil Éireann) Bill 2015: First Stage

Is the Bill opposed?More Button

I declare the motion for leave to introduce the Bill agreed. As this is a Private Members' Bill, Second Stage must, under Standing Orders, be taken in Private Members' time.More Button

Estimates for Public Services 2015: Message from Select Committee

The Select Sub-Committee on Communications, Energy and Natural Resources has completed its consideration of the following Revised Estimate for public services for the year ending 31 December 2015: ...More Button

Child Care: Motion (Resumed) [Private Members] (Continued)

I am sorry, Deputy, but we are over time.More Button

I am sorry, but we are over time.More Button

Do not take up Deputy McConalogue's time, please. The clock is ticking.More Button