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Committees and topics of interest
Asks most questions about
- Subjects (based on headings added by the Dáil record): Mother and Baby Homes Inquiries, Hospitals Data, Obesity Strategy, Stardust Fire, Tax Code
(based on written questions asked by Denise Mitchell and answered by departments)
- Period Poverty: Motion (13 Mar 2019)
“I welcome this motion and, in particular, recent moves by Dublin City Council and South Dublin County Council to roll out free sanitary products in their buildings. I wish to highlight the issue of period poverty among those in direct provision centres. In November, the Minister for Justice and Equality told my colleague, Deputy Adams, in a response to a parliamentary question that the...”
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Children and Youth Affairs: Governance and Child Safeguarding Issues in Scouting Ireland: Tusla and Scouting Ireland (13 Mar 2019)
“I thank the witnesses for coming before us today and for the opening statement. I have a few questions about the letter. We are getting conflicting stories in the media. This letter refers to cases A and B. Are they recent cases? By recent, I mean whether are we talking-----”
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- Has spoken in 64 committee discussions and Dáil debates in the last year — below average among TDs.
- Has received answers to 119 written questions in the last year — average among TDs.
- People have made 0 comments on this TD's speeches — average among TDs.
- This TD's speeches, in the printed record, are readable by an average 15–16 year old, going by the Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level score.
- 6 people are tracking whenever this TD speaks — email me whenever Denise Mitchell speaks.
- Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 55 times in debates — well below average among TDs.
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