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Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: We have two hours for this piece of work. We welcome the Minister, Deputy Catherine Martin, and the Opposition spokespersons. Amendments Nos. 1, 4 to 9, inclusive, 16, 18 to 27, inclusive, 30 to 33, inclusive, 51, 74, 79, 92 to 103, inclusive, and 127 to 129, inclusive, are related and may be discussed together by agreement. Amendment No. 94 is a physical alternative to No. 93, No. 96 is a...

Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Catherine Martin: I move amendment No. 1: In page 7, line 27, to delete “sound”. Amendments Nos. 1, 92, 94, 95, 97, 100, 101 and 103 collectively provide for the inclusion of providers of community television as bodies that may apply for funding under the scheme for professional journalistic practices. This matter was raised on Dáil Committee Stage and, having examined the issue, I...

Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Imelda Munster: I am glad the Minister has recognised the need to include community television as well as community radio. We submitted amendments in that regard on Committee Stage and I am glad that she has accepted the spirit of those amendments.

Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Aengus Ó Snodaigh: I do not know whether the Minister read amendment No. 102 but the Irish language is not mentioned. It reads "shall have regard to developing impartial journalism in both official languages". It does not pick out Irish or English over the other of the two official languages.

Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Catherine Martin: I thank Deputy Munster for her engagement on Committee Stage with regard to that amendment. On Deputy Ó Snodaigh's point, I am advised that it is not necessary to make reference to any language medium in which journalism would be provided to the public. It is about the journalism.

Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Amendment agreed to.

Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: Amendments Nos. 2 and 3 are related and may be discussed together by agreement.

Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Aengus Ó Snodaigh: Tairgim leasú Uimh. 2: In page 8, line 14, to delete “Commission” and substitute “Coimisiún”. Baineann na leasuithe seo leis an díospóireacht a bhí againn ar Chéim an Choiste mar gheall ar úsáid na bhfocal "Coimisiún" agus "Coimisinéir" in ionad "Commission" agus "Commissioner". Ní gá dom athrá...

Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: An bhfuil éinne eile ag iarraidh labhairt ar an ábhar seo? Níl. An bhfuil freagra ag an Aire ar an leasú seo?

Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Catherine Martin: Gabhaim buíochas leis na Teachtaí Ó Snodaigh, Munster agus Mythen as a gcuid leasuithe. During the course of Committee Stage, I undertook to come back to Deputy Ó Snodaigh on the proposal to substitute "Coimisiún" and "Coimisinéir" for "Commission" and "Commissioner" wherever mentioned in the Bill. As the Deputy referred to, I wrote to him in this regard on 16...

Social Welfare Bill 2022: Committee and Remaining Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Heather Humphreys: I, too, want to say that it has been a tough year for Tracy McGinnis. We think about her and we extend our thoughts and prayers to her as she faces Christmas without her son, Brendan. It cannot be easy for her. I was in touch with her recently about a separate issue. I appreciate where Deputy Kerrane is coming from on this matter. She is coming from a good place and I recognise that,...

Social Welfare Bill 2022: Committee and Remaining Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Claire Kerrane: In that case, I will withdraw the amendment.

Social Welfare Bill 2022: Committee and Remaining Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Social Welfare Bill 2022: Committee and Remaining Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Section 16 agreed to.

Social Welfare Bill 2022: Committee and Remaining Stages (30 Nov 2022)

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Social Welfare Bill 2022: Committee and Remaining Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Claire Kerrane: I move amendment No. 13: "In page 9, between lines 5 and 6, to insert the following: “Report on including apprenticeships as education for social welfare payments 17. The Minister shall prepare and lay a report before the Houses of the Oireachtas reviewing the inclusion of apprenticeships in the definition of “full-time education” and with regard to how this is...

Social Welfare Bill 2022: Committee and Remaining Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Seán Sherlock: I support Deputy Kerrane's amendment. This is a time when the Government, to be fair to it, and the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Deputy Harris, are putting particular emphasis on apprenticeships. There is now a clear Government policy around resourcing apprenticeships. We want to see more apprenticeships coming from right across the...

Social Welfare Bill 2022: Committee and Remaining Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Heather Humphreys: It would not be appropriate for my Department to compile a report, as is requested in the amendment, because policy in respect of apprenticeships does not come within my Department's remit. As the Deputy knows, the overall policy responsibility rests with my colleague, the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science and his Department. This year, the National...

Social Welfare Bill 2022: Committee and Remaining Stages (30 Nov 2022)

Claire Kerrane: I had initially raised this issue with the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science because I had presumed, like the Minister opposite that it was a matter for him. However, the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science redirected me to the Minister, Deputy Humphreys, because of the impact it would have on social welfare...

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