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An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: I am not talking about Deputy Doherty but about the movement that he supported for years. That was its modus operandi when asking questions.

An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: The programme for Government contains a commitment to "fundamentally change the relationship between Government and the Oireachtas, and with it the relationship between the Irish people and their parliament". It is more than two weeks since former Deputy Dara Murphy formally resigned as a Member of the House. He effectively retired from serving the people of the northside of Cork about two...

Leaders' Questions (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: He is saying they are fairly useless.

Leaders' Questions (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: The Taoiseach may have been honest about the capacity of the Cabinet.

Leaders' Questions (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: That is my point.

Leaders' Questions (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: I wish the Taoiseach the very best of luck in saying to the thousands of young people who have been ripped off over recent years that at least we compiled a report to tell them something they knew all along. That is essentially what the Taoiseach is saying. His source is essentially the CSO, which is asking the industry to present the figures. Is it not? This is a definitive study. It is...

Leaders' Questions (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: Thank you, a Leas-Cheann Comhairle.

Leaders' Questions (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: I am losing time here.

Leaders' Questions (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: The Central Bank's report on private motor insurance reveals a shocking story of continuous rip-off of the people of Ireland, in particular young people, by the insurance industry. It is also a damning indictment of the Government's weakness, paralysis and failure to protect people from a greedy and exploitative industry and the Government's inability to change the story over the past eight...

Leaders' Questions (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: This report says they went up in the past five years by 62%. The Taoiseach, the Minister for Finance and the Minister for Justice and Equality have had a hands-off policy on this for years. Was the Government's response due to ignorance or gross incompetence? Did the Government know what was going on in recent years and the degree to which people, in particular young people, were being...

Leaders' Questions (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: In the long term.

Leaders' Questions (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: What is the Taoiseach's source?

Leaders' Questions (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: The Taoiseach thinks it is the CSO. This is very important. He is speaking to the Dáil. He said 20% or 30% last week.

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Brexit Negotiations (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: 100. To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade if he will report on Brexit discussions at the most recent Foreign Affairs Council meeting. [52989/19]

Written Answers — Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade: Brexit Issues (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: 101. To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade if he has discussed the next steps following the general election in the UK on the withdrawal treaty Bill with his UK counterpart. [53345/19]

Written Answers — Department of Finance: European Banking Union (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: 152. To ask the Minister for Finance if he will report on the outcome of the discussions at the December 2019 ECOFIN meeting on strengthening the banking union. [52991/19]

Written Answers — Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment: European Council Meetings (17 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: 553. To ask the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment if he will report on the discussions at the December 2019 Environment Council meeting on climate change; and the way in which the EU plans to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. [52992/19]

Pre-European Council Meeting: Statements (11 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: This week's Council meeting is not due to involve any major action on the range of short- and long-term issues of concern to the European Union as a whole. This is disappointing given that this is the moment when the leadership of the Union has been transferred to new hands for the next five years. Fianna Fáil wishes the new Presidents of the Council and the Commission well in their...

Ceisteanna (Atógáil) - Questions (Resumed): Civil Service Renewal Plan (11 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: Who gets the points?

Ceisteanna (Atógáil) - Questions (Resumed): Civil Service Renewal Plan (11 Dec 2019)

Micheál Martin: The Taoiseach should talk to the Minister, Deputy Ross.

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