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Hogan, Patrick

Tuesday, 7 June 1966

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 223 Nbr. 1


Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Unemployment Proposals.

That does not arise.More Button

That does not arise.More Button

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

Question No. 5.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Artane (Dublin) Housing Development.

The Deputy is making a statement, not asking a question.More Button

What question does the Deputy propose to raise?More Button

The Deputy may not raise more than one.More Button

I will discuss the matter with the Deputy. The rule is that only one question may be raised on the Adjournment.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Child Labour in Dublin.

The Deputy is asking a fifth supplementary question. The Deputy is not entitled to ask all these questions. I am calling Question No. 50.More Button

The Deputy should remember this is Question Time. The Deputy has asked his quota of questions. I am calling Question No. 50.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Cattle Prices.

Next question.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Court Sentences.

This is not a question; it is a statement.More Button

The Deputy may not discuss certain decisions.More Button

I cannot allow particular cases to be quoted here.More Button

I cannot allow any further questions.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy. The remaining questions will appear on tomorrow's Order Paper.More Button

Electricity (Special Provisions) Bill, 1966: Allocation of Time.

The Deputy should confine himself to the motion.More Button

I hope the Deputy is open to take advice.More Button

The discussion should relate to the particular business before the House and the method of pointing to a particular Minister across the floor of the House should not be indulged in by any Deputy.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Electricity (Special Provisions) Bill, 1966: Allocation of Time.

I do not understand.More Button

How are we going to discuss the motion?More Button

The amended motion is agreed to.More Button

Motion, as amended, agreed to.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Electricity (Special Provisions) Bill, 1966: Second Stage.

If the Deputy is in a contingency, I am equally in a contingency.More Button

I understand that the text——More Button

I do not wish to put any Deputy in a difficulty by giving a rushed ruling but I am told the amendment is exactly the same as the amendment on 1st September, 1961. Is that right?More Button

Both Deputies cannot speak together. I am going to read this for the House.More Button

I have the text of the amendment now.More Button

Of course, the whole thing is probably new. I will allow Deputy Corish to move the amendment.More Button

That does not seem to be relevant to the debate.More Button

We are not here to amuse the Minister for Justice.More Button

I am not going to allow any abuse.More Button

Perhaps the Minister for Health would allow me to say something? Every Deputy is entitled to speak without interruption from any quarter, no matter where the Deputy who makes the interruption sits.More Button

There is no need to say that.More Button

Remarks should not be addressed to any particular member of the House but should be addressed to me.More Button

Deputy Tully will not tell me how to run the business of the House.More Button

I am not calling him to order. He has addressed certain remarks to a Minister. That does not make it any better. Deputy Casey will please address the House and not address his remarks to any Min...More Button

The Deputy addressed some remarks across the House to a Minister.More Button

The Deputy will please continue his speech.More Button