Some recent written answers

Department of Finance: Tax Reliefs (20 October 2020)
Danny Healy-Rae:

191. To ask the Minister for Finance if he has considered a review of the young trained farmer stamp duty relief; if the age limit of 35 years will be increased to 40 years; if relief from stamp duty will be increased from 35 years of age to 40 years of age; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [31031/20]

Department of Finance: Value Added Tax (21 October 2020)
Paul McAuliffe:

54. To ask the Minister for Finance the categories of business and industry that the reduced VAT rate of 9% will apply to from 1 November 2020. [31855/20]

Department of Trade, Enterprise and Employment: Covid-19 Pandemic (15 October 2020)
Dara Calleary:

51. To ask the Minister for Trade, Enterprise and Employment the strategy changes introduced by IDA Ireland and Enterprise Ireland in view of international travel restrictions as a consequence of Covid-19. [25947/20]

Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht: Wild Atlantic Way Project (20 October 2020)
James Lawless:

253. To ask the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht the status of the review on the Wild Atlantic Way that was carried out approximately two years ago (details supplied). [31583/20]

Department of Health: Disability Services Provision (21 October 2020)
Robert Troy:

259. To ask the Minister for Health when early intervention services will resume for children with Down's syndrome (details supplied) [32076/20]

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