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Joint Committee on Tourism, Culture, Arts, Sport And Media: Freedom and Security of the Press Operating in Areas of Conflict: Discussion (10 Jul 2024)

“I thank everyone for everything. It has been very interesting but it is very difficult to hear the realities faced by people. I only have one question and maybe it is one of those ones that is possibly up in the ether. In the context of the situation in Gaza, which is at the forefront, as well as Ukraine and other conflicts, what does justice, if that is the right word, look like for those...”

Joint Committee on Tourism, Culture, Arts, Sport And Media: Freedom and Security of the Press Operating in Areas of Conflict: Discussion (10 Jul 2024)

“It is a general question. It is probably in an international context but it is open to anyone. That is my only question.”

Seanad: Migration: Statements (10 Jul 2024)

“I congratulate the Minister on his elevation to the leadership of the Green Party. I wish him the best of luck in everything he does with that in the next couple of months. While I welcome this discussion on migration, I echo Senator Seery Kearney's sentiments that it can, ultimately, make one very nervous. We can see how easy it is for snippets and conversations to become manipulated...”

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  • Has spoken in 40 committee discussions and Dáil debates in the last year — below average among Senators.
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  • Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 205 times in debates — below average among Senators.
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