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European Presidency: Statements. (20 Jan 2004)

Pat Carey: To be fair, since Ireland took over the Presidency, there has been an ongoing debate on European issues. Thankfully certain elements of the electronic and visual media have engaged with the European issues, which was not always the case. Those of us who are members of the Joint Oireachtas Committees on Foreign Affairs and European Affairs, like Deputy Quinn and I, have met a number of...

European Presidency: Statements. (20 Jan 2004)

Dick Roche: I apologise if I am unable to deal with every issue raised by Deputies. Nobody should be under any illusions about the energy, enthusiasm, drive and commitment of the Presidency on the matter of the Intergovernmental Conference. The Taoiseach, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and I have spent a huge amount of time since Christmas dealing with this area. Most of the main players have already...

European Presidency: Statements. (20 Jan 2004)

Bernard Durkan: The two-speed Europe has taken off already.

European Presidency: Statements. (20 Jan 2004)

Dick Roche: The discussion on a two-tier Europe illustrates the nature of the difficulties and the significance of the work that has to be done. It is hard for those who take a different view to understand precisely what a two-speed Europe actually means. The point is that it is not on the agenda and is not being contemplated. We want to complete the treaty if that can be achieved. It is simply untrue...

(28 Jan 2004)

The Dail Divided: For the motion: 27 (Eddie Bohan, Cyprian Brady, Michael Brennan, Peter Callanan, John Dardis, Timmy Dooley, Geraldine Feeney, Liam Fitzgerald, Camillus Glynn, John Gerard Hanafin, Brendan Kenneally, Tony Kett, Terry Leyden, Don Lydon, Marc MacSharry, Martin Mansergh, John Minihan, Tom Morrissey, Francis O'Brien, Mary O'Rourke, Ann Ormonde, Kieran Phelan, Shane Ross, Eamon...

(30 Jan 2004)

The Dail Divided: For the motion: 19 (Eddie Bohan, Cyprian Brady, Michael Brennan, John Dardis, Geraldine Feeney, Liam Fitzgerald, Camillus Glynn, John Gerard Hanafin, Tony Kett, Terry Leyden, Don Lydon, Martin Mansergh, Paschal Mooney, Tom Morrissey, Pat Moylan, Ann Ormonde, Kieran Phelan, Jim Walsh, Diarmuid Wilson) Against the motion: 7 (Michael Finucane, Mary Henry, David Norris, Joe...

Prelude (3 Feb 2004)

Prelude (3 Feb 2004)

Chuaigh an Ceann Comhairle i gceannas ar 2.30 p.m.

Prelude (3 Feb 2004)

Paidir.

Ceisteanna — Questions. (3 Feb 2004)

Ceisteanna — Questions. (3 Feb 2004)

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings.

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin: Question 1: To ask the Taoiseach if he has raised the report of the Barron inquiry with the British Prime Minister. [30941/03]

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Pat Rabbitte: Question 2: To ask the Taoiseach if he will make a statement on the outcome of his meeting on 10 December 2003 with representatives of the families of the victims of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings. [31159/03]

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Pat Rabbitte: Question 3: To ask the Taoiseach the action he intends to take arising from the publication of the Barron report into the Dublin and Monaghan bombings; if he has raised the contents of the report with the British Prime Minister; if so, the response he has received; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [31160/03]

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Enda Kenny: Question 4: To ask the Taoiseach his plans to contact the British Government regarding the findings of the Barron inquiry; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [1048/04]

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Enda Kenny: Question 5: To ask the Taoiseach the total cost of the Barron inquiry into the 1974 Dublin and Monaghan bombings; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [1049/04]

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Trevor Sargent: Question 6: To ask the Taoiseach the actions the Government proposes to take following the publication of the Barron report; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [1279/04]

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Joe Higgins: Question 7: To ask the Taoiseach if he has raised the contents of the Barron report into the Dublin and Monaghan Bombings with the British Prime Minister; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [1845/04]

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Bertie Ahern: I propose to take Questions Nos. 1 to 7, inclusive, together. The 1974 Dublin and Monaghan bombings were terrible outrages which left 34 people dead and more than 240 injured. Many people never recovered. For many others, the legacy of pain and suffering remains and some still suffer from their injuries to this day. Like everyone else who watched the proceedings of the sub-committee...

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin: The Taoiseach will recall that, in his presence, my Sinn Féin colleagues and I used the opportunity of a meeting in Downing Street to apprise the British Prime Minister of the Barron report and its detail. He will recall that the British Prime Minister undertook to reply to me on the matters I raised with him on that occasion. I received a reply only last week from the Minister of State in...

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