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Kitt, Michael, Kitt, Michael P.

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.

Business of Dáil

The Government Chief Whip has indicated that he wishes to make a proposal regarding today's business.More Button

Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button

Social Welfare Bill 2014: Second Stage (Resumed)

  Question again proposed: "That the Bill be now read a Second Time."More Button

Deputy Michael Healy-Rae was in possession when the debate was adjourned yesterday.More Button

The Deputy is straying from the Bill.More Button

The Bill deals with social welfare.More Button

Yes, he must conclude in one minute.More Button

I ask the Deputy to conclude.More Button

Social Welfare Bill 2014: Second Stage (Resumed) (Continued)

The Deputy is moving away from the Social Welfare Bill when he speaks about NAMA and housing.More Button

The Deputy should return to the Bill, please.More Button

Water Sector Reforms: Motion

We are distributing the speech. We are dealing with the motion. The Minister will deliver his speech.More Button

The supplementary Order Paper will be delivered now.More Button

I will get information on that. I understand the motion is to be circulated.More Button

I propose we continue until we get the motion. Is that agreed?More Button

Resume your seat please, Deputy. I will call on you in a moment. I propose we continue until we get a copy of the motion.More Button

Deputy Cowen is on his feet.More Button

I call on Deputy Doyle.More Button

Some Members have the motion and others do not.More Button

Quiet down, please.More Button

Water Sector Reforms: Motion (Continued)

Order please.More Button

Order, please. Allow the Minister to continue.More Button

The Minister has the floor. I want no more interruptions.More Button

Order please. The Minister to conclude.More Button

Order, please. Deputy Barry Cowen has the floor.More Button

Order, please. I am calling Deputy Micheál Martin.More Button

The Deputy will have an opportunity to speak presently. I have called Deputy Micheál Martin.More Button

I thank the Deputies for their proposals. However, under Standing Orders, the debate is to be adjourned at 10 p.m. I cannot adjourn the House until that time.More Button

Too many Deputies are on their feet. I was in the House at 10.45 a.m. when I took over from the Ceann Comhairle, and the Chief Whip read out the Order of Business, which was agreed to.More Button

It was ordered that the debate would adjourn at 10 p.m. The Chief Whip made the order.More Button

Water Sector Reforms: Motion (Resumed)

I call on Deputy Barry Cowen who was in possession.More Button

There will be no more interruptions. Please give the speaker respect.More Button

Water Sector Reforms: Motion (Resumed) (Continued)

I ask Members to desist from interrupting. Deputy Cowen has the floor.More Button

Deputy Maureen O'Sullivan is sharing time with Deputies Shane Ross, Catherine Murphy, Clare Daly and Seamus Healy. I ask for order in the House, please.More Button

Deputy Ross has the floor.More Button

I am sorry, Deputy, but I must-----More Button

The word "untruth" is more appropriate.More Button

Sorry, Deputy Adams; I was looking at my notes.More Button

Níl ach leath nóiméid fágtha ag an Teachta.More Button

The Deputy is approaching a different issue altogether.More Button

Deputy Joan Collins has the floor. There should be no more interruptions.More Button