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Committees and topics of interest
Asks most questions about
- Subjects (based on headings added by the Dáil record): Departmental Expenditure, Medical Cards, Single Payment Scheme Payments, Grant Payments, Tax Code
(based on written questions asked by Patrick O'Donovan and answered by departments)
- Leaders' Questions (17 Apr 2018)
“The Deputy will get front page headlines tomorrow.”
- Written Answers — Department of Education and Skills: DEIS Status (17 Apr 2018)
“328. To ask the Minister for Education and Skills the way in which a school (details supplied) can apply for DEIS status; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [15062/18]”
- Written Answers — Department of Education and Skills: Schools Building Contractors (28 Mar 2018)
“170. To ask the Minister for Education and Skills the status of an appointment for a main contractor for a school (details supplied) in County Limerick; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [14480/18]”
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- Has spoken in 40 committee discussions and Dáil debates in the last year — well below average among TDs.
- Has received answers to 55 written questions in the last year — below average among TDs.
- People have made 3 comments on this TD's speeches — above average among TDs.
- This TD's speeches, in the printed record, are readable by an average 16–17 year old, going by the Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level score.
- 40 people are tracking whenever this TD speaks — email me whenever Patrick O'Donovan speaks.
- Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 286 times in debates — average among TDs.
(Yes, this is a silly statistic. We include it to draw your attention to why you should read more than just these numbers when forming opinions.)
Register of Members' Interests
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