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Covid-19 (Education and Skills): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Covid-19 (Education and Skills): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Aengus Ó Snodaigh: Iarraim ar an Aire a ráiteas oscailte a thabhairt dúinn ar dtús. Tá deich nóiméad aige.

Covid-19 (Education and Skills): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Joe McHugh: Déanaim comhghairdeas leis an Chathaoirleach Gníomhach as a cheapachán úr.

Covid-19 (Education and Skills): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Aengus Ó Snodaigh: Níl mé sa phost ach ar feadh tamaillín beag.

Covid-19 (Education and Skills): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Joe McHugh: Níl an gown air go fóill.

Covid-19 (Education and Skills): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

David Cullinane: Deputy Ó Snodaigh is getting ready for the big job.

Covid-19 (Education and Skills): Statements (4 Jun 2020)

Joe McHugh: Gabhaim buíochas le Baill an Tí as ucht a dtiomantais maidir leis na rudaí a bhí ar chroílár na díospóireachta ó thaobh an oideachais thar na míonna agus na laethanta a chuaigh thart. Tá na rudaí sin iontach tábhachtach. Bhí stádas a dtodhchaí neamhchinnte ach ba é sin an bealach a bhí romhainn....

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

Leo Varadkar: I thank the Deputy. There is the reopening grant of up to €10,000 which is available to small businesses to help them reopen. Rates are waived for three months. There is the wage subsidy scheme, which pays a lot of the salaries and wages of people who work in small businesses. In terms of utilities, one only pays for the utilities one pays for, but the companies have agreed a...

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

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

Leo Varadkar: My thanks to Deputy Pringle. As I mentioned earlier, direct provision is very often substandard. The kind of accommodation we want is at the McMahon standard level, where it is self-catering and where people have their own door. Much of direct provision is substandard and that needs to change. We have brought in good examples of accommodation in recent years, but obviously the whole...

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

Marian Harkin: I want to raise two issues with the Taoiseach this morning. Earlier, the Taoiseach spoke about the €1.57 trillion EU budget that is to front-load our response to Covid-19 and the €540 billion to support both the social and economic recovery. We need to do the same in this country. We need to support a social and economic recovery. The Government has put several programmes in...

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

Thomas Pringle: Black lives matter, and it is good to hear that spoken about in the House today. There is no doubt but that the type of racism we have seen in America does not apply here, and that is very welcome, but racism is here, as the Taoiseach acknowledged earlier. We have heard racist talk from Deputies in this House but also during election periods, when candidates get elected using the race card...

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

Leo Varadkar: I will have to check out the Deputy's question about trotting racing. I am not familiar with the case the IHRA is making so I will check that out later today or tomorrow and come back to the Deputy. On greyhound racing, we would hope to get it back some time this month. That is not confirmed yet but that is the intention. It will be without spectators but it will all be done outdoors...

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

Michael Collins: It costs €50 in west Cork with same-day results.

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

Danny Healy-Rae: Today we hear travel agents and airlines advertising that Spain will be opening up on 1 July. In that same vein, I call on the Taoiseach to open hotels and pubs on the same day as restaurants and cafés on 29 June and to give the tourism industry in Kerry in places such as Killarney, Dingle, Cahersiveen and right around the Ring of Kerry the chance to avail of a few weeks of tourism. We...

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

Michael Collins: At his press conference on Friday, 15 May 2020, the Taoiseach announced that horse racing was to return on 8 June. Horse racing worldwide is known as having two codes, thoroughbred and trotting racing. Trotting is the largest form of horse racing within Europe, and where both codes exist, the relevant governments allowed both to recommence at the same time. These countries include France,...

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

Leo Varadkar: I have answered questions on the pandemic unemployment payment already so perhaps I will answer some of the Deputy's other questions. I am totally opposed to reintroducing austerity or austerity measures in Ireland. There is nothing I would hate more to see happen to our country than having to experience more austerity budgets. Let us not forget why we had austerity in Ireland ten or 12...

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

Leo Varadkar: I have no knowledge or information on that incident. It is one on which I would have to seek a report from the Garda and I shall. There are a lot of restrictions in place as a consequence of this pandemic but there are not restrictions on protests or industrial action. Pickets and protests can happen provided people behave in a way consistent with the regulations, which are maintaining a...

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

Peter Fitzpatrick: As the country now enters phase two of the lockdown I once more pay tribute to the many heroes working on the front line, helping to keep us all safe during this period. I also offer my condolences to the family and friends of those who passed away in the last week as a result of this horrible disease. The people of Ireland are putting in a truly great effort in keeping this virus at bay. ...

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

Leo Varadkar: The former Debenhams workers should get the redundancy payments they were promised, in my view, but, as I understand it, most of these issues are now matters for the courts and none of us can interfere in that. It is dishonest to tell people that politicians can interfere in a court process when they cannot. Let me restate what I said earlier about the pandemic unemployment payment. The...

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