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  • Subjects (based on headings added by the Dáil record): Brexit Issues, Institutes of Technology, Brexit Supports, Ministerial Functions, Defence Forces Personnel Data

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Recent Developments on Brexit: Statements (13 Mar 2019)

“These statements were sought - I believe our party was the only one to seek them - on foot of the publication of three additional Brexit documents negotiated by the UK and the EU last Monday night: a joint statement, an instrument relating to the agreement and a unilateral declaration from the United Kingdom. With 16 days to go, we had all hoped for a breakthrough in the negotiations and a...”

Business Insurance: Motion [Private Members] (13 Mar 2019)

“I commend my colleague, Deputy Michael McGrath, on his work to try to tackle what is essentially the robbery of our citizens through excessive business and car insurance premiums. The cost of public and employer liability insurance is out of control and closing down businesses. The Government has paid this issue a lot of lip service but failed to address it, while ignoring businesses time...”

Committee on Budgetary Oversight: Scrutiny of European Commission Country Report Ireland 2019 and European Semester (13 Mar 2019)

“I thank the Commission team for being here to take questions from us. My first question is on the attempts to reform EU tax policy and the suggestion that we would move towards a qualified voting majority in respect of EU tax policy. Can Mr. Martínez Mongay outline to the committee the justification for that? How does he reconcile that proposal with the subsidiarity rule?”

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