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  • John McElligott (Safety Before LNG): It is very worrying to read the Minister for Energy stating in the Dáil here "We cannot, as a country, pick and choose which products we take based on their environmental profile.That would have... (5 October 2019)
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  • Frank L. Ludwig: It figures that this government supports conversion therapy (ABA) against autistic children, the last minority against whom conversion therapies are still legal. Autistic people are critical and... (24 September 2018)
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  • David Maher: The reality on the ground is schools do not willingly engage with Individual Educational Plans (IEPs). When they are forced it is not done in a timely manner and in many cases, they do not follow... (19 January 2017)
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  • David Maher: According to the International Journal of Inclusive Education in 2013, the identification of children with special educational needs (SEN) has not been placed on a statutory basis in the Republic... (19 January 2017)
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  • David Maher: The last Minster for Education cited the poor economy as the excuse to why the key parts of EPSEN act 2004 were not implemented. Yet we passed through boom, bust and recovery since. Still no sign... (19 January 2017)
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  • Seamus O'Neill: Please visit www.readysteadycode.ie for info and updates. (7 August 2016)
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  • Seamus O'Neill: Dear Minister, In the light of your reply to Deputy Shane Cassells TD I should be much obliged to follow up on your answer to his question. The Director of Navan Education Centre (NEC) and... (7 August 2016)
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  • John Higgins: What resources or services have Ireland put on the "Negative List" in these negotiations? (24 January 2016)
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  • Robert Browne: The answer to this question differs markedly from the advice given before the election. The government were happy enough to state that UORR's for existing tenants or "victims' as deputy O'Dea... (11 June 2012)
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  • Peter Barrins: The fact that two-thirds of the number who have become unemployed are under 30 years of age is a frightening statistic. Apart from the economic issues, this surely presents some serious concerns... (16 September 2011)
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