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- Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (30 Jul 2020)
“Yesterday, I mentioned a request made to the Deputy Leader to have the Minister with responsibility for culture come here to address the subject of the removal of statues from outside the Shelbourne Hotel. I was slightly disturbed to see the ambivalent remarks made by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, who is in the same party as the Minister, about the statues. There is no slavery at all suggested...”
- Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (29 Jul 2020)
“I echo the comments by Senators Dooley, Buttimer and Craughwell in regard to Aer Lingus. It is hugely important that we do not end up reading in the newspapers that it is all over suddenly for the company as a result of a decision made somewhere else. In case people feel that state aid rules are an issue, I would point out that Ryanair has already got £600 million from the UK...”
- Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (24 Jul 2020)
“I wish to proposed an amendment to the Order of Business that No. 5 be taken before No. 1. I wish to draw the House's attention to the following health matter and I ask the Leader to ask the Minister for Health to make himself available to deal with this issue, as he has other business in this House today. I refer to the need for the HSE and the Department of Health to put in place a...”
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- Has spoken in 55 committee discussions and Dáil debates in the last year — well above 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") 1118 times in debates — well above average among Senators.
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