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- Seanad: Energy Bill 2016: Second Stage (28 Jan 2016)
“I welcome the Minister to the House and advise him that I may go on a tangent. It is one of the final opportunities I will have to address him on issues pertaining to his portfolio. We are dealing with a miscellaneous Bill that includes provisions for the single electricity market so I will use the opportunity to briefly discuss the North-South interconnector. An argument made for this...”
- Seanad: Flooding: Statements (20 Jan 2016)
“I welcome the Minister of State to the State. Like many other Senators, I start by offering my sympathy to those who were affected by flooding across the country in recent weeks. I commend all those who worked relentlessly to help defend homes, to help bring supplies, to rescue people and animals and all those involved in the clean up as the flood waters recede. The devastation visited...”
- Seanad: Order of Business (13 Jan 2016)
“The House is in its final term and there will be a busy schedule, with a lot of legislation to be considered and debates to be held. Will the Leader arrange a debate on the HSE's programme for progressing disability services for children and young people? If not on that specific topic, perhaps the debate might be on the more broader themes of primary care facilities and disability services...”
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- Has spoken in 47 committee discussions and Dáil debates in the last year — average among Senators.
- People have made 0 comments on this Senator's speeches — average among Senators.
- 13 people are tracking whenever this Senator speaks.
- Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 312 times in debates — average among Senators.
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