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  • Subjects (based on headings added by the Dáil record): Covid-19 Pandemic, Covid-19 Pandemic Supports, Mental Health Services, School Transport, Dental Services

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Private Security Services (Amendment) Bill 2016: Second Stage (Resumed) (12 May 2021)

“We are talking about ensuring that those acting on behalf of the banks, vulture funds and other financial institutions are tightly controlled and cannot do as they please when taking property back from those who find themselves in financial trouble. While this is welcome, I have to point out that we are dealing with ensuring there is control of these private security firm workers and not the...”

Committee on Public Petitions: Update on Direct Provision: The Ombudsman (11 May 2021)

“We have made every effort to negate the risk of the new variants of Covid-19 to members, witnesses and staff. I propose that we approve the minutes of the private meetings of 30 March 2021 and 29 April 2021, already approved in the virtual private meeting earlier. Is that agreed? Agreed. I remind members of the constitutional requirement that members must be physically present within...”

Committee on Public Petitions: Update on Direct Provision: The Ombudsman (11 May 2021)

“This meeting is two hours. I ask members to keep to slots of five or six minutes. We should be able to get all contributors in and have time for a second round of questions, if needs be. Mr. Tyndall spoke of how his outreach programme worked well until the pandemic affected his ability to travel. He noted that the best engagements had been face-to-face engagements with the people in...”

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