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Covid-19 (Taoiseach): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Covid-19 (Taoiseach): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Leo Varadkar: Every day there is some good news with the declining number of new cases, but it is tempered by sadness and grief at the loss of more lives. Although the numbers are small, every single one is heartbreaking, and our condolences go to all of the families and friends affected. While we may be adjusting our lives to a new normal, we will never get used to the deaths caused by Covid-19, and we...

Covid-19 (Justice and Equality): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Catherine Connolly: It is running down the walls.

Covid-19 (Justice and Equality): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Michael McNamara: If it is running down the wall, that would be unique.

Covid-19 (Justice and Equality): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Charles Flanagan: The Deputy should wait to see the report. I welcome what he has said actually.

Covid-19 (Justice and Equality): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Michael McNamara: I ask the Minister to look into this issue as a matter of urgency and report back because the people of Miltown Malbay deserve better than to be spoken of in the way that they have been in the Chamber tonight.

Covid-19 (Justice and Equality): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Charles Flanagan: It is not a direct provision centre. It is emergency accommodation and there was an inspection in February of this year.

Covid-19 (Justice and Equality): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

John Lahart: That concludes the statement by the Minister for Justice and Equality, questions to the Minister and answers from the Minister on Covid-19 as it relates to community policing.

Covid-19 (Justice and Equality): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

The Dáil adjourned at 9 p.m. until 9.30 a.m. on Wednesday, 10 June 2020.

Covid-19 (Justice and Equality): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Michael McNamara: I very much endorse what Deputy Connolly has just said with regard to An Garda Síochána, both the good and the bad. One of the things all of these tribunals have taught us is that nobody is above reproach and accountability. A historical incident in Bunratty, County Clare, involves the Nugent family who deserve justice and to know what happened to their brother. Their father went...

Covid-19 (Transport, Tourism and Sport): Statements (3 Jun 2020)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: We will conclude. The Minister might correspond with the two Deputies.

Covid-19 (Transport, Tourism and Sport): Statements (3 Jun 2020)

Michael McNamara: On a point of order, the Minister, Mr. Ross, raised an allegation that I had somehow misled the House in a previous debate, which I had not. Is this an appropriate time to deal with it?

Covid-19 (Transport, Tourism and Sport): Statements (3 Jun 2020)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: It is not.

Covid-19 (Transport, Tourism and Sport): Statements (3 Jun 2020)

Michael McNamara: Thank you. I would, of course, say that I did not.

Covid-19 (Transport, Tourism and Sport): Statements (3 Jun 2020)

Written Answers are published on the Oireachtas website.

Covid-19 (Transport, Tourism and Sport): Statements (3 Jun 2020)

The Dáil adjourned at at 9.20 p.m. until 12 noon on Thursday, 4 June 2020.

Covid-19 (Transport, Tourism and Sport): Statements (3 Jun 2020)

Michael McNamara: I echo what has been stated in respect of the necessity of balanced regional development. The lack of balanced regional development was very much a theme that emerged under the previous Government of which the Minister was a member. Before the entire economy went into a tailspin we saw significant inequality develop between the eastern seaboard and the rest of the country. There was an...

Covid-19 (Transport, Tourism and Sport): Statements (3 Jun 2020)

Shane Ross: I will pass on the Deputy's message. I have not considered that yet, but I will pass on the message and get a consideration of that issue. There was no particular reason those operators were not on the task force and we were not in any way trying to exclude them. The task force is very small and includes people who will represent them extraordinarily well. It includes representatives from...

Covid-19 (Transport, Tourism and Sport): Statements (3 Jun 2020)

Catherine Connolly: Deputy McNamara and I are sharing cúig nóiméad agus cúig nóiméad. While the Minister is writing love notes on his departure, he might include one for the 24,000 people in Galway who asked him to carry out a feasibility study on light rail. I am still awaiting an answer, so perhaps he will just do an extra little love note on that, and on reflection given the...

Covid-19 (Transport, Tourism and Sport): Statements (3 Jun 2020)

Shane Ross: 9 o’clock I thank the Deputy for his contribution. He has a brass neck. The Ceann Comhairle was very generous to him also. I am very happy to answer the question on driving tests. I answered it the last time and I think I answered it when Deputy Michael Healy-Rae was in the House, but he is entitled to-----

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