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Barrett, Seán

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


Leaders' Questions (Continued)

A question, please.More Button

We are over time.More Button

A question, please.More Button

I call Deputy Ruth Coppinger.More Button

Deputy Ray Butler should stay quiet. I have called Deputy Ruth Coppinger. Is his name Coppinger?More Button

The Deputy's time has concluded.More Button

This is Question Time and the Deputy must put a question.More Button

I ask the Deputy to put a question. She is over time.More Button

The Deputy should mind his own business for one moment and allow Deputy Ruth Coppinger to conclude.More Button

The Deputy is over time.More Button

The Deputy should not give me that stuff.More Button

I will handle this matter. Deputy Ruth Coppinger should ask a supplementary question.More Button

I will switch off the Deputy's microphone if she does not ask a supplementary question.More Button

What was the question?More Button

The Deputy should ask a supplementary question. I will not ask a third time.More Button

The Deputy is over time.More Button

I am trying to maintain order.More Button

I will interrupt Deputies when they go over time. The Deputy should ask a supplementary question.More Button

That is not a question.More Button

I do not care what the Taoiseach asked. The Deputy has one minute in which to ask a supplementary question and she has been speaking for exactly two minutes and 40 seconds.More Button

Please ask a supplementary question.More Button

Ask the question.More Button

The Deputy will have to learn to obey the rules like everybody else in the House. She cannot go on and on.More Button

Northern Ireland (Continued)

Sorry, Deputy Martin, please.More Button

Please, this is question time. Thank you Deputy.More Button

Please proceed.More Button

Order of Business

There is one proposal to be put to the House. Is the proposal for dealing with Private Members' business agreed to? Agreed.More Button

Order of Business (Continued)

About what legislation is the Deputy asking?More Button

The Deputy should find out about the legislation first.More Button

He would be out of order in doing so.More Button

The Deputy is out of order.More Button

Not on the Order of Business.More Button

We can find out when the Bill is being brought forward and then have a Second Stage debate.More Button

The Deputy cannot have a comment.More Button

Please, Deputy.More Button

To what Bill is the Deputy referring?More Button

I am sorry, but we cannot debate it now.More Button

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

I suggest the Deputy table a Topical Issue.More Button

We cannot debate the issue in the House.More Button

Will the Deputy, please, recognise the Chair?More Button

I am sorry, but the Deputy is out of order.More Button

The Deputy has had a good run, but he cannot go on forever.More Button

I know. I have been obliged to listen.More Button

Yes, but we cannot do this on the Order of Business. Table a Topical Issue and I certainly will consider it for the Deputy.More Button

Just keep it there and it will come eventually.More Button

I will look at it tomorrow for the Deputy.More Button

Please, Deputy.More Button

I am sorry, but we must deal with that issue in some other way.More Button

Finance (Local Property Tax) (Amendment) Bill 2015: First Stage

Is the Bill opposed?More Button

Since 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: Messages from Select Committees

The Select Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation has completed its consideration of the following Revised Estimate for public services for the year ending 31 December 2015: Vote 32 - Departm...More Button