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Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (15 Jul 2024)

“I will start by thanking the Chair and the Leader of the House for their support over the last term. I thank the staff of the Seanad for their ability to work with this House in such a wonderful way. This afternoon, we heard significant debate on whether or not we should have the Minister for Justice, Deputy McEntee, brought before the House to discuss issues of law and order and the...”

Seanad: Planning and Development Bill 2023: Committee Stage (15 Jul 2024)

“I will add to what my colleagues have already said. My experience in dealing with county development plans and councillors tells me that they regularly find that despite their intimate knowledge of communities and various growth patterns, they are restricted because the national development plan sets out certain strategic development criteria that talk about numbers based on censuses....”

Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (11 Jul 2024)

“I acknowledge our new Senator and I wish her the very best of luck. I acknowledge her family. It is a wonderful day and a wonderful occasion. I hope she enjoys the experience. It is wonderful to be here. Senator Bradley will do very well. It is great to have a new colleague on these benches. I raise the issue of school transportation. Two school transportation pilot schemes have...”

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  • Has spoken in 70 committee discussions and Dáil debates in the last year — above average among Senators.
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  • Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 438 times in debates — above average among Senators.
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