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- Seanad: Economic Situation: Statements (20 Apr 2011)
“I join in that welcome. The Minister of State has intersected in terms of my sojourns in the other House and this House. I am not sure whether his current position in the other House might mean that I will return to this House next week, but we will see what the Seanad electorate has to say about that. I was struck by the tone of the Minister of State's helpful contribution. There were...”
- Seanad: Order of Business. (20 Apr 2011)
“I agree with much of what Senator O'Toole said in regard to where we should go in further debates on that issue. However, we need some time limited parliamentary oversight. Some of it should have occurred already. I ask the Leader of the House, with the convening of the 24th Seanad, to ensure that there is a Seanad input to that, that it is the Joint Committee on Finance and the Public...”
- Seanad: EU Regulation on Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters: Motion (24 Mar 2011)
“I support the motion and I support the Government's attempt to exercise the option prior to 4 April. It is important to enter the necessary negotiations to ensure the instrument is as effective as possible. There are two areas in particular where we need to take care that what is eventually agreed is in our national interest and works in the interest of all members of the European Union....”
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- Has spoken in 125 committee discussions and Dáil debates in the last year — well above average among Senators.
- People have made 2 comments on this Senator's speeches — well above average among Senators.
- 11 people are tracking whenever this Senator speaks.
- Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 481 times in debates — well above average among Senators.
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