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- Seanad: Traveller Culture and History in Education Bill 2018: Second Stage (Resumed) (11 Jul 2018)
“I welcome the Minister yet again to the House. I particularly welcome all those in the Gallery. I will start by reading a poem Checking Out Me Historyby John Agard, which might be appropriate for a number of reasons. It reads: Dem tell me Dem tell me Wha dem want to tell me Bandage up me eye with me own history Blind me to me own identity Dem tell me bout 1066 and all dat Dem tell me bout...”
- Seanad: Health (General Practitioner Service) Bill 2018: Second Stage (5 Jul 2018)
“I welcome the Minister of State, Deputy Finian McGrath, and his officials. This is a good day in terms of giving much needed support and respite to people and families. It also has great benefit for the person who is being cared for, because the burden that is on their loved one weighs heavily on the person who is being cared for. That is also to be acknowledged today. I want to go back to...”
- Seanad: Health (General Practitioner Service) Bill 2018: Committee and Remaining Stages (5 Jul 2018)
“I wish to make a couple of comments. It is great to have this piece of work done today. While still acknowledging the caring role we have, we must have a trajectory that brings us from care into independence. It is important that it becomes more about supporting people from the home and out into the local community and into employment. I thank the Minister of State for his remarks about...”
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- Has spoken in 50 committee discussions and Dáil debates in the last year — below average among Senators.
- People have made 0 comments on this Senator's speeches — average among Senators.
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- Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 73 times in debates — below average among Senators.
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