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Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: What about the plans in Fingal?

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: There is not an Opposition with one voice.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: The Opposition does not have one voice.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: Deputy O'Dowd is in opposition.

Cancer Services: Motion (Resumed) (27 Sep 2007)

Chris Andrews: I am delighted to have the opportunity to speak on this issue, which is extremely personal to almost everyone in the House and in society at large. I congratulate Deputies Reilly and O'Sullivan who are, I suppose, now on a tour of Angola. It is great that Deputy Harney was brave enough to take on the onerous job of Minister for Health and Children. Equally, they deserve credit for taking...

Cancer Services: Motion (Resumed) (27 Sep 2007)

Chris Andrews: I am sure they were delighted. It is a difficult issue. The delivery of cancer treatment and radiotherapy services has been a priority for this Government and will continue to be so, which I certainly welcome. Along with heart disease, cancer, as Deputy Calleary noted, affects almost everybody and scares people. Across Dublin, including Dublin South-East, people are being diagnosed and...

Cancer Services: Motion (Resumed) (27 Sep 2007)

Chris Andrews: It knows that the centres of excellence——

Cancer Services: Motion (Resumed) (27 Sep 2007)

Chris Andrews: It knows that there is not enough treatment capacity and that it is not safe. I know where I would want my family to be treated. It would not be treated in St. Luke's Hospital, rather it would be treated in a centre of excellence like St. James's Hospital or St. Vincent's Hospital.

Cancer Services: Motion (Resumed) (27 Sep 2007)

Chris Andrews: The Opposition would make the same decision. It would not send family members to St. Luke's Hospital knowing that better, comprehensive and planned facilities and centres of excellence exist in St. James's Hospital and St. Vincent's Hospital. In the future, services will be transferred to St. James's Hospital, which will create an opportunity to provide community and step-down facilities on...

Legal Aid Service. (27 Sep 2007)

Chris Andrews: I propose that in future Adjournment matters, speakers should be taken in alphabetical order.

Legal Aid Service. (27 Sep 2007)

Chris Andrews: On 1 August 2007, Derek Cumiskey was killed in Lanzarote. He had turned 18 years of age two weeks prior to his murder. He was a well-liked student at St. Augustine's in Blackrock, County Dublin and lived nearby in Townsend Street. He had just completed his junior certificate and had been selected as student of the year at his school. He celebrated this achievement by going on holiday to...

Written Answers — Hospital Services: Hospital Services (2 Oct 2007)

Chris Andrews: Question 191: To ask the Minister for Health and Children when St. Luke's Hospital, Rathgar will transfer its cancer treatment services to St. James's Hospital; if this transfer of services will take place over a period of time; the services that will be located on the St. Luke's site to replace the existing services; his plans for the future developments of the St. Luke's site; and if the...

Written Answers — Health Services: Health Services (2 Oct 2007)

Chris Andrews: Question 241: To ask the Minister for Health and Children the services that will, and will not, be available at the newly refurbished Irishtown Health Centre; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [21808/07]

Written Answers — Hospital Accommodation: Hospital Accommodation (2 Oct 2007)

Chris Andrews: Question 242: To ask the Minister for Health and Children her views on relocating a person (details supplied). [21809/07]

Written Answers — Health Services: Health Services (2 Oct 2007)

Chris Andrews: Question 243: To ask the Minister for Health and Children if a full time care assistant will be provided for a person (details supplied) in Dublin 2; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [21810/07]

Written Answers — Nursing Homes Repayment Scheme: Nursing Homes Repayment Scheme (2 Oct 2007)

Chris Andrews: Question 244: To ask the Minister for Health and Children if she will investigate the delayed repayment under the Health Service Executive health repayments scheme for persons (details supplied). [21811/07]

Written Answers — Crime Levels: Crime Levels (2 Oct 2007)

Chris Andrews: Question 303: To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs the number of reported homicides or suspected homicides of Irish citizens abroad each year. [21591/07]

Written Answers — Health Services: Health Services (3 Oct 2007)

Chris Andrews: Question 164: To ask the Minister for Health and Children the reason persons (details supplied) in Dublin 4 are having to pay for both taxi and an escort; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [22022/07]

Markets in Financial Instruments and Miscellaneous Provisions Bill 2007: Second Stage (Resumed) (4 Oct 2007)

Chris Andrews: I wish to share time with Deputy O'Brien.

Markets in Financial Instruments and Miscellaneous Provisions Bill 2007: Second Stage (Resumed) (4 Oct 2007)

Chris Andrews: I thank the Ceann Comhairle for the opportunity to speak in support of the Markets in Financial Instruments and Miscellaneous Provisions Bill 2007. It is not the most exciting of titles or Bills but it is a very important Bill. While I do not have a technical background in financial services I am speaking on the Bill because I recognise the importance of the financial services industry in...

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