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- Business of Dáil (9 Dec 2014) See 1 other result from this debate
Jerry Buttimer: We do that every day.
- Health Services: Motion [Private Members] (2 Dec 2014) See 3 other results from this debate
Jerry Buttimer: Listening to the contributions of Deputy Kelleher et al., I felt it was a bit like the parishioner who at the beginning of Holy Week went to the sacrament of reconciliation but, not having the courage to go in private to the confessional, went for the open absolution instead to purge himself of his sins. I am sorry Deputy Martin is not present tonight, because he was the architect of much of...
- Leaders' Questions (25 Nov 2014)
Jerry Buttimer: We brought about the change, Finian.
- Water Sector Reforms: Motion (Resumed) (20 Nov 2014) See 10 other results from this debate
Jerry Buttimer: I welcome the opportunity to speak in this debate. It is extraordinary that yesterday the Opposition claimed the Government was not listening, yet today the Chamber is bereft of Fianna Fáil, the Technical Group and a whole plethora of Independents. It underlines the fact that they were just playing to the gallery.
- Leaders' Questions (20 Nov 2014)
Jerry Buttimer: No.
- Water Sector Reforms: Motion (Resumed) (19 Nov 2014) See 1 other result from this debate
Jerry Buttimer: 5 o’clock Read the script.
- Order of Business (18 Nov 2014) See 1 other result from this debate
Jerry Buttimer: Sit-in.
- Nursing Homes Support Scheme: Motion (Resumed) [Private Members] (12 Nov 2014) See 1 other result from this debate
Brendan Smith: ...to have an opportunity to make a short contribution on this important motion. Our party spokesperson, Deputy Kelleher, has tabled a very reasonable, fair and important motion. Once again, Deputy Buttimer spoke about us having a motion which does not deal with the real world, but it very much does deal with the real world. If he listened to colleagues from his own party who spoke...
- Allegations Regarding Sexual Abuse by Members of the Provisional Republican Movement: Statements (12 Nov 2014) See 1 other result from this debate
Mary Lou McDonald: ...any of us is ambivalent to the safety of children or would be party to a cover-up or would withhold information is untrue. That these slurs are made to score political advantage make them truly beneath contempt. Deputy Buttimer distanced his party from the issue of abuse, but let me say to him that abuse was carried out in institutions supported, inspected and financed by the State....
- Irish Water: Motion (Resumed) [Private Members] (23 Oct 2014)
Barry Cowen: ...part of the customer if what they hear in their clinics is anything to go by. Frantic efforts are being made to save face, some examples of which were heard in the debate on this motion. Deputy Buttimer was the first to say he wanted an open and frank debate. As Deputy Calleary said we asked for that on 19 December last year and we got our answer-----
- Irish Water: Motion (Resumed) [Private Members] (23 Oct 2014) See 5 other results from this debate
Jerry Buttimer: 11 o’clock When people speak about Irish Water, there is a sense of a lack of information and communication. When we hear Irish Water speak about off balance sheet borrowing, there is confusion. The ordinary person has no idea what off balance sheet borrowing means or could mean. It would allow Irish Water to borrow money to invest more money than the Government could on its...
- Financial Resolutions 2015 - Financial Resolution No. 3: General (Resumed) (22 Oct 2014) See 10 other results from this debate
Jerry Buttimer: I commend the budget. After years of difficult and prudent decisions it helps to relaunch the next phase of our country’s recovery. None of us on this side of the House is complacent. The model promulgated by Deputy Boyd Barrett - I am sorry he is not here - is one of spend, spend, spend. We need to be prudent in our economic management, create jobs, and get more people back to...
- Irish Water: Motion [Private Members] (21 Oct 2014) See 20 other results from this debate
Jerry Buttimer: Thank you, Deputy. I ask you to conclude.
- Financial Resolution No. 2: Refunds of Appropriate Tax to First Time Buyers (14 Oct 2014) See 26 other results from this debate
Jerry Buttimer: I welcome Deputy Fitzmaurice to the House and congratulate him on his victory in the by-election. I wish him a long tenure in the House. This measure is of huge and positive assistance. It will encourage people to save and will reward responsible saving by first-time buyers. Where I agree with Deputy Timmins is that first-time buyers have a right to have the dream of owning their own...
- Financial Resolutions 2015 - Financial Resolution No. 1: Tobacco Products Tax (14 Oct 2014) See 1 other result from this debate
Jerry Buttimer: It has been announced in the budget.
- Financial Resolutions 2015 - Budget Statement 2015 (14 Oct 2014) See 2 other results from this debate
Jerry Buttimer: Charlie McCreevy never told anybody about his budgets.
- Order of Business (8 Oct 2014) See 1 other result from this debate
Jerry Buttimer: In light of the forthcoming Finance Bill and the tax appeal commission establishment Bill, I am sure Deputy Martin will join with me in asking the Taoiseach to raise the importance of our corporation tax rate with other EU leaders-----
- Sport Ireland Bill 2014: Second Stage (Resumed) (25 Sep 2014)
Jerry Buttimer: I welcome the Minister of State and compliment him on his outstanding stewardship in the Department. If we consider sport under the regime of this Minister of State, we can see that every key performance indicator has increased, with positivity and leadership shown in the Department. This goes from the elite sporting athlete to people who are less active. As Deputy Eoghan Murphy rightly...
- Health (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2014: Second Stage (Resumed) (24 Sep 2014)
Clare Daly: I listened before lunch to Deputy Buttimer berate the Opposition for the fact that there were no Opposition Members present when he was giving us his deliberations and it is somewhat striking that there are no Government representatives here now either. It is a ridiculous point to make, given that what is happening in the health service and the future of that service is being dictated...
- Order of Business (24 Sep 2014)
Jerry Buttimer: The Constitutional Convention, of which I was a member, successfully concluded its deliberations. There are a number of outstanding reports to be debated in the House and to which the Government must respond. Will the Chief Whip, on behalf of the Government, give us a date for a debate because it is important we bring the work of the Constitutional Convention to finality in this House?