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Gallagher, Pat the Cope, Gallagher, Pat the Cope

Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.

National Broadband Plan (Continued)

It is a Priority Question.More Button

The others can raise questions, even though their questions are not priorities.More Button

They will get 18 minutes.More Button

They will get 18 minutes and I will be sensible about it. We will go one-to-one for the first question, perhaps, and if time is running out for the other questions then maybe we can-----More Button

Was Deputy Stanley's question No. 24 or No. 23?More Button

Yes. Let us just be sensible. Starting with Question No. 23, the Minister will have sufficient time to respond.More Button

I will give the Minister some extra time because of the importance of this. It will be one-to-one now for the first three questions. I call Deputy Stanley.More Button

Thank you, Deputy.More Button

I ask the Minister to observe the allotted one-minute timeslot.More Button

Let us have some agreement. We will take three short supplementary questions together and then have one answer from the Minister.More Button

I call the Minister.More Button

The Deputy and the Minister will have to have a chat afterwards.More Button

Topical Issue Matters

I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 29A and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputies Niamh Smyth and Mattie M...More Button

The matters raised by Deputies Niamh Smyth and Mattie McGrath; Pat Deering and Gino Kenny; Fergus O'Dowd, Gerry Adams and Declan Breathnach; and Maureen O'Sullivan have been selected for discussi...More Button

Climate Change Negotiations (Continued)

The Deputy has two minutes to answer.More Button

Which questions is the Minister answering?More Button

We are on Question No. 29, which stands alone.More Button

National Broadband Plan Implementation (Continued)

Deputy Thomas P. Broughan has been waiting patiently and with his agreement the Minister will answer the question and we will have one supplementary question.More Button

Question No. 33 replied to with No. 30.More Button

Post Office Network

The first issue, tabled by Deputies Niamh Smyth and Mattie McGrath, is for the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, who is still with us.More Button

Respite Care Services Provision

Bogfaimid ar aghaidh anois go dtí an chéad cheann eile in ainmnithe na Teachtaí O'Dowd, Adams agus Breathnach. Níl an Teachta O'Dowd anseo. Níl sé ábalta bheith i láthair. Glaoim ar an Teachta, ...More Button

Respite Care Services Provision (Continued)

Tá an t-am caite.More Button

Tá an t-am caite.More Button

Direct Provision System (Continued)

Go raibh maith agaibh. Tá an Dáil ar fionraí ar feadh 40 bomaite.More Button

  Sitting suspended at 4.21 p.m. and resumed at 5.01 p.m.More Button

Water Services Bill 2017: Second Stage (Resumed) (Continued)

Ba mhaith liom mo chomhbhrón a dhéanamh le muintir an iar-Thaoisigh, Liam Cosgrave, a fuair bás inniu. Go ndéana Dia trócaire air agus ar dheis lámh Dé go raibh a anam uasal dílis. Beidh deis ag ...More Button

As there is no representative from the Government side present who has not spoken, I call Deputy Thomas Byrne of Fianna Fáil.More Button

Beidh deis ann amárach é sin a dhéanamh.More Button

Iarraim ar an Teachta Ó Snodaigh moladh a dhéanamh an díospóireacht a chur ar athló go dtí lá éigin eile.More Button

Níl fhios agam.More Button

Níl an Rialtas chun rud ar bith a athrú.More Button

  The Dáil adjourned at 10.15 p.m. until 12 noon on Thursday, 5 October 2017.More Button