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Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults: Motion (14 Jun 2018)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: I thank the Deputy for those wise words.

Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults: Motion (14 Jun 2018)

Katherine Zappone: I thank the three Deputies for their very powerful and eloquent contributions on this challenging issue. It is appropriate and impressive that we have two members of the committee who put the report together and also a Deputy who is not a member of the committee. They have all demonstrated in-depth knowledge of the issues, and a genuine on the ground engagement with their constituents and...

Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults: Motion (14 Jun 2018)

Question put and agreed to.

Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults: Motion (14 Jun 2018)

The Dáil adjourned at at 6.50 p.m. until 2 p.m. on Tuesday, 19 June 2018.

Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults: Motion (14 Jun 2018)

Denise Mitchell: The safety and security of young people online is one of the most pressing child protection issues we are facing at this time. I welcome this report. It presents a thorough analysis of the issues of concern to the wider public, along with 18 recommendations which we hope will address those concerns. The Internet offers huge benefits to society through the sharing of information and in...

Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults: Motion (14 Jun 2018)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: I call Deputy Eugene Murphy for the perspective from Roscommon.

Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults: Motion (14 Jun 2018)

Eugene Murphy: I will not detain Members or officials for too long because I am sure people are anxious to get away. It would be remiss of me not to start by paying a big tribute to the eight women and three men on the committee, including Deputies Rabbitte and Mitchell, who have done an enormous amount of work. It is important that we get to work on implementing the 18 recommendations as quickly as...

Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults: Motion (14 Jun 2018)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: I thank the Minister for that important overview.

Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults: Motion (14 Jun 2018)

Anne Rabbitte: I thank the Minister for her statement and I thank Deputy Kate O'Connell for contributing on behalf of the committee's Chairman, Deputy Alan Farrell. I attended every one of the sessions along with my colleagues. They were most informative, enjoyable and enlightening. It is a pity that they were on at 10 a.m. If they were on at 10 p.m., parents would actually have got an awful lot more...

Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults: Motion (14 Jun 2018)

Katherine Zappone: I very much welcome the opportunity to speak to the House today on the important subject of cybersafety. At the outset, I welcome the excellent work done by the joint committee in preparing its report on cybersafety. It was timely when it was done and it is timely now. I appreciate and was aware of the great commitment, dynamism and passion of members of the committee and the ways in which...

Topical Issue Debate: Bus Services (14 Jun 2018)

Noel Rock: I thank the Minister who I appreciate has had negotiations with the NTA on this matter. It is clear that he is on top of the issue which he is approaching with sufficient gravity and seriousness. It is interesting that the NTA uses the phrase "indicative routes" for the mid-way plan it announced on Tuesday. It also used the phrase in describing the recent metro plans, except that in that...

Topical Issue Debate: Bus Services (14 Jun 2018)

Shane Ross: Everything the Deputy has said is authentic and genuine and we should take what he is saying to heart. The consultation process will be extremely extensive and I think the dialogue will be successful, but that does not meant that there will not be court cases. There always are and there will be some, but I do not think we should lose sight of the big picture which is halving the time it...

Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults: Motion (14 Jun 2018)

Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults: Motion (14 Jun 2018)

Kate O'Connell: I move:That Dáil Éireann shall consider the Report of the Joint Committee on Children and Youth Affairs entitled, Report on Cyber Security for Children and Young Adults, copies of which were laid before Dáil Éireann on 28th March 2018. The report on cyber security for children and young adults produced by the Joint Committee on Children and Youth Affairs is important in...

Topical Issue Debate: Rare Diseases (14 Jun 2018)

Timmy Dooley: I welcome the Minister's commitment at least to meet the parents of the two children in question. I will be in contact with his office and we will try to arrange such a meeting in the next week or so. What is clear from the Minister's answer is that the HSE is still of the belief that it has an appropriate plan and model of care to deal with these complex cases. My interaction with the...

Topical Issue Debate: Rare Diseases (14 Jun 2018)

Simon Harris: I assure Deputy Dooley that my answer was not meant in any way to suggest that everything is absolutely appropriate and adequate in this regard. We need to do better, which is the reason I very much welcome the new clinical programme being worked on, of which EDS is a part. I believe the programme will be welcomed by patients with EDS and their families. However, the Deputy is entirely...

Topical Issue Debate: Bus Services (14 Jun 2018)

Bus Services

Topical Issue Debate: Bus Services (14 Jun 2018)

Noel Rock: I thank the Minister for coming into the Chamber to discuss this most important issue. The National Transport Authority's announcement on Tuesday of plans for new bus corridors in Dublin has caused confusion, unease and distress for many of the people living along the 16 affected routes. Approximately 20,000 households live along these 16 routes and it is planned to procure 1,300 portions...

Topical Issue Debate: Bus Services (14 Jun 2018)

Shane Ross: I thank Deputy Rock for raising this extremely topical issue. It is unusual to get a Topical Issue matter under this heading, so I am very grateful to get one today. The Deputy represents very well the apprehension which obviously exists among a large number of his constituents and others that they will somehow be hit by this very dramatic, transformational and radical attack on...

Topical Issue Debate: Rare Diseases (14 Jun 2018)

Rare Diseases

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