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Lenihan, Patrick J.

Thursday, 16 June 1966

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 223 Nbr. 5

Committee on Finance. - Resolution No. 3: Tax in Respect of Certain Goods (Resumed).

You scuttled.More Button

Why did you not stay in Government?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions Oral Answers. - Ewe Lamb Subsidy.

They are. Go back and talk to them.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions Oral Answers. - Conditions of Departmental Employee.

The employee referred to by the Deputy is one of a number of men employed as yardman/boilerman in Garda stations in Dublin. He works a 44-hour week, and because of the nature of his duties, his wo...More Button

Payments to this group for working on public holidays are in accordance with the Holidays (Employees) Act, 1961, which provides for payment in respect of work on a public holiday of an additional s...More Button

Matters relating to the terms of employment of this group of employees are appropriate for discussion under the Civil Service Conciliation and Arbitration Scheme.More Button

I have met this man in many ways. Somebody must work on Sundays.More Button

This man is quite happy. We have met him in several ways. The Deputy is not fully informed with regard to this case.More Button

I have corresponded with the man himself.More Button

I will have another look.More Button

Of course.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions Oral Answers. - Non-Nursing Hospital Staffs.

The working conditions of the non-nursing staffs are the responsibility of the various health authorities, and other hospital authorities, who administer the hospitals in which they are employed.More Button

I would assure the Deputy that I am sympathetically disposed towards hospital staffs in general and that I would welcome improvements in the working conditions of non-nursing personnel in hospitals...More Button