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Asks most questions about

  • Subjects (based on headings added by the Dáil record): Ministerial Correspondence, Social Welfare Code, JobPath Implementation, NAMA Portfolio, Social Welfare Benefits

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Written Answers — Department of Health: Vaccination Programme (16 Feb 2017)

“243. To ask the Minister for Health if a vaccination that was introduced into the infant vaccination programme on 1 December 2016 and backdated for infants born after 1 October 2016 will be backdated further (details supplied); and if he will make a statement on the matter. [7945/17]”

Confidence in Government: Motion (15 Feb 2017)

“As they have.”

Confidence in Government: Motion (15 Feb 2017)

“That was his speech for the leadership.”

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  • Has spoken in 63 committee discussions and D√°il 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.
  • Has received answers to 305 written questions 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") 44 times in debates.
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