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- Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (22 Jun 2021)
“Perhaps we need to have a proper debate in the House about people-centred design in our villages and towns. As I cycled to the convention centre from the Liberties, something I have done since last July, I noticed how much the city has changed from full lockdown to opening up again. I had to cycle around a couple of trucks and vans. Things have changed a lot. I noticed that the quality of...”
- Seanad: Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Bill 2021: Second Stage (21 Jun 2021)
“Cuirim fáilte roimh an Aire. Is fear gnóthach é lena lán rudaí le déanamh, go háirithe leis an by-election, agus aviation agus gach rud eile. Níl mé ag cur moille air. This Bill is something I have dreamt of for 30 years. It is a time to thank people. The people I want to thank most are the children. It is the children who inspire us. When I...”
- Seanad: Aviation Sector: Statements (21 Jun 2021)
“I welcome the Minister of State to the House. I do not envy her role as Minister of State with responsibility for aviation. I can only imagine how stressful it must be. Covid hit the country and aviation went wallop. All of a sudden it became the new Government's fault entirely. I hope the Minister of State gets to sleep at night sometimes and that she is not getting too much grief over...”
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- Has spoken in 84 committee discussions and Dáil debates since entering the Oireachtas. No comparison to other members is shown here because this member has been in office for less than a year.
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- Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 73 times in debates.
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