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- Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (14 Jun 2021)
“Over the weekend we had yet another devastating blow for aviation. When will we see a comprehensive response from the Government? This has not come out of the blue. We have had disgraceful dithering on antigen testing, along with unacceptable uncertainty for a vital sector in this country. We need to see a comprehensive response from the Government. I also want to raise the mica crisis...”
- Seanad: Gender Pay Gap Information Bill 2021: Second Stage (14 Jun 2021)
“The Minister, Deputy O'Gorman, is welcome to the Chamber. I am delighted that we are finally debating Second Stage of this Bill today. It has been a while coming. I pay tribute in particular to my colleague, Senator Bacik, who introduced legislation in this space four years ago. I wish to make two main comments about the Bill. The first is how important it is to understand the enormity...”
- Seanad: Public Service Pay Bill 2020: Second Stage (14 Jun 2021)
“I welcome the Minister of State to the House. I very much welcome the opportunity to speak on this important legislation. As a Senator elected to the labour panel following nomination by the Irish Congress of Trade Unions and as a former SIPTU official, I am conscious of the real impact that the Building Momentum wage agreement will have on workers across the public sector, particularly...”
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- Has spoken in 70 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.
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- Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 63 times in debates — below average among Senators.
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