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Dillon, James Matthew

Wednesday, 5 October 1966

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 224 Nbr. 5

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Persons at Work.

No figures for this supplementary answer?More Button

I trust we have your sympathy, Sir, in the eager desire of the Parliamentary Secretary to provide specific figures by way of supplementary answer in respect of the first two questions and his coy r...More Button

You will not give them.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Net Emigration Figures.

A quarter of a million left in their first five years.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Civil Service Premises.

I want to ask a supplementary question. Does the Parliamentary Secretary intend to reply to Deputy L'Estrange?More Button

If, when the Parliamentary Secretary is disposing of Government property which has architectural value from the point of view of the city, such as the house at St. Stephen's Green or the house in P...More Button

Rumours are now in circulation in the city that the Department of Finance has in contemplation the sale not only of the house referred to at the corner of Hume Street but even the premises of the O...More Button

Can the Parliamentary Secretary reassure me that the rumours are not true?More Button

I provide the Parliamentary Secretary with the opportunity of correcting rumours which could be injurious and which I respectfully submit are appropriate to be dealt with in public in this House an...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - County Donegal School.

Would the Minister say if it is present to his mind that in an area such as Ramelton, in Donegal, and similar areas in North Monaghan and North Cavan, it is vitally important to discuss such propo...More Button

It is for that reason that I asked the supplementary question. The Minister may be led to believe that there is adequate communication with the parents, once discussion has taken place with the man...More Button

What I mean is that the Minister should see that a senior inspector of his Department will give public notice that he is going to attend in a parish or district and that he is prepared to meet the ...More Button

That is excellent.More Button

It is immensely important.More Button

Private Members' Business. - Local Government (Planning and Development) (Amendment) Bill, 1966: Second Stage (Resumed).

Have they made up their minds to talk it out tonight?More Button

Is the Deputy coming in on it? If he is, I shall go and get my tea.More Button