Dáil debates

Thursday, 9 May 2013

3:20 pm

Photo of Jack WallJack Wall (Kildare South, Labour)
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I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 27A and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Sean Fleming - the need for the third implementation report of the Croke Park agreement, showing the savings in public sector pay and non-pay areas in the period up to 31 December 2013, to be published; (2) Deputy Joan Collins - the decision to reconfigure the youth-centred homeless project, St Catherine's Foyer, Marrowbone Lane, Dublin 8, to become a general homeless centre; (3) Deputy Maureen O'Sullivan - the Dublin City Council report that 90% of private apartments inspected in the Dublin area are not fit for habitation; (4) Deputy Róisín Shortall - the implications for the Irish State of the European Court of Justice ruling with respect to the pension scheme of former Waterford Crystal workers; (5) Deputy Patrick Nulty - the implications here of the European Court of Justice ruling with respect to the pension scheme of former Waterford Crystal workers; (6) Deputy Thomas P. Broughan - the need to resolve the current dispute and avoid the threatened strike at Bus Éireann; (7) Deputy Colm Keaveney - the need to ensure that adequate supports are in place to assist those suffering from narcolepsy and other complications; (8) Deputy Mattie McGrath - the impact of the public procurement policy on the school supply sector; (9) Deputy Clare Daly - the reduction in the opening hours of libraries in the Fingal area; (10) Deputy Seán Kyne - the need to ensure that the necessary supports, including obtaining finance and credit and tax benefits, are available for Irish entrepreneurs to meet the requirements of venture capital fund exit costs; (11) Deputy Mick Wallace - the need for an internationally and regionally backed deal to bring peace to Syria; (12) Deputy Eamonn Maloney - the need for structural youth engagement in the labour market; (13) Deputy Seán Crowe - the obligations of clothing brands in Ireland to participate in the Bangladesh fire and safety agreement; (14) Deputy Richard Boyd Barrett - the European Court of Justice ruling in relation to pension protection for Waterford Crystal workers; (15) Deputy Stephen S. Donnelly - the need to intervene in the case of a number of Irish teachers forced to flee from Libya, who are seeking payment of their teaching contracts owed to them; and (16) Deputy Michael McGrath - the Central Bank pilot scheme to allow debtors to restructure secured and unsecured debts.

The matters raised by Deputies Kyne, Crowe, Fleming and Keaveney have been selected for discussion.