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  • Former Independent Senator (National University of Ireland)
  • Left the Seanad on 25 April 2011 — General election

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Seanad: Economic Situation: Statements (20 Apr 2011)

“We will ask that individual the question at some stage.”

Seanad: Economic Situation: Statements (20 Apr 2011)

“It is my great pleasure to welcome the Minister of State, Deputy Brian Hayes, to the House and congratulate him on his elevation to office. I wish him well, not just in his career but also in his ministry, in these difficult times. Last week, there was a classic example of which economic expert should we believe. Various international and domestic experts were asked to give their prediction...”

Seanad: European Directives: Motion (20 Apr 2011)

“I welcome the Minister back to the Seanad. He is adorning the House with his presence and he could be the reason for its retention. I would like to hear his response on two issues. First, Senator Leyden raised a question in respect of the Data Protection Commissioner. Has the directive crossed the Commissioner's desk? He is inclined to raise issues where one least expects them. Second, I...”

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  • Has spoken in 123 committee discussions and Dáil debates in the last year — well above average among Senators.
  • People have made 3 comments on this Senator's speeches — well above average among Senators.
  • 5 people are tracking whenever this Senator speaks.
  • Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 1393 times in debates — well above average among Senators.
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