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- Seanad: Order of Business. (20 Apr 2011)
“I wish the Cathaoirleach well on his impending retirement from the Seanad. As I recall from my county council days, when first elected, one will always have a great fondness for one's first Cathaoirleach. I also thank the Clerk and Clerk Assistant of the Seanad for the courtesy and respect they showed to me and other Members. I wish retiring Members well in their future and the best of...”
- Seanad: Order of Business (26 Jan 2011)
“I ask that the Minister for Transport would with urgency come to the House for two reasons. The first and primary reason concerns the crisis that is developing at Aer Lingus. I have received numerous representations from people in mid-Louth, south Louth and east Meath who are staff or customers of Aer Lingus and who have been caught in the middle of this row. Ultimately, this problem will...”
- Seanad: Order of Business (20 Jan 2011)
“I reiterate the call for an urgent debate on Aer Lingus. Senator Quinn said he does not want us to interfere directly but a number of constituents of mine - some passengers and one or two staff - who reside in the east Meath and Drogheda area have contacted me because they are seriously concerned. Senator Leyden said the Labour Court needs to get involved as a matter of urgency. There is...”
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- Has spoken in 35 committee discussions and Dáil debates in the last year — below average among Senators.
- People have made 1 comment on this Senator's speeches — average among Senators.
- 10 people are tracking whenever this Senator speaks.
- Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 39 times in debates — well below average among Senators.
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