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Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Shane Cassells: Check.

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Timmy Dooley: Did the Deputy come in on Friday in order to be ready?

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Shane Cassells: I am always up early, a Cheann Comhairle. The programme for Government committed the Government to introducing a new national drugs strategy and it was launched by the Taoiseach last summer. He said at the launch that the treatment of abuse as a public health issue rather than as a criminal justice issue "helps communities." I ask him whether the small rural community in Ballivor,...

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Leo Varadkar: I have read a little about this matter in the newspapers, but I do not know all of the details or the facts. I am absolutely of the view that the only people who should provide addiction services are those who are appropriately qualified and licensed to do so. On occasion, these services can be provided by religious groups. I know that a number of Catholic groups provide alcohol...

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Thomas Byrne: It is not a religion but a scam.

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Shane Cassells: Is the programme legally permitted?

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Leo Varadkar: No matter from what background they come, it is essential that such services only be provided by those who are qualified and legally permitted to provide thelm.

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Margaret Murphy O'Mahony: I address my question to the Minister of State at the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government, Deputy Damien English. Under the programme for Government, he committed to enhancing the fishing industry. Why then did he sign off on a licence to allow the mechanical harvesting of 1,806 acres of native kelp in Bantry Bay which will have a detrimental effect on the fishing industry...

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Damien English: The question refers to a condition that was signed off on by a Minister in the Fianna Fáil-Green Party Government back in 2011. It was again signed off on-----

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Eamon Ryan: Not true.

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Margaret Murphy O'Mahony: It was the Minister of State who signed off on it.

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: Order, please.

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Damien English: It was further administered by the then Minister, Deputy Alan Kelly, at a later stage. We upgraded the condition recently. I am happy to meet the Deputy to discuss the issue, but it is a long-standing condition attached to a licence granted a long time ago. My role concerns the conditions attached to the licence in the past couple of months.

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Margaret Murphy O'Mahony: Will the Minister of State meet me to discuss the issue?

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Damien English: It is important that we monitor, control and keep an eye on the licence. I will be happy to discuss the issue with the Deputy at any stage.

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Margaret Murphy O'Mahony: Will the Minister of State meet me?

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: He has said he will.

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

John Brady: Yesterday we received the news that Carillion, the company that had won the tender to construct, maintain and manage six new schools in the State, had gone into voluntary liquidation. This has left huge fear in the schools among the teachers, principals, parents and children. Two of the schools - Coláiste Ráithín and St. Philomena's - happen to be located in my constituency....

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: Deputy Thomas Byrne on the same matter.

Order of Business (16 Jan 2018)

Thomas Byrne: I endorse Deputy Brady's comments because people in Kells are concerned. Five schools are affected. However, an issue has reared its head in the years that these projects have been running, with subcontractors and local businesses in Kells in my constituency left short numerous times by contractors and other subcontractors above them. They are worried that this will become a major problem...

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