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  • Subjects (based on headings added by the Dáil record): Covid-19 Pandemic, Departmental Transport, An Garda Síochána, State Examinations, Health Services Staff

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Personal Injuries Resolution Board Bill 2022: Second Stage (5 Oct 2022)

“The Government has prioritised reform of the insurance sector to reduce the cost of litigation and ultimately premiums. The PIAB was set up in 2003 to deal with motor liability, employer liability and public liability. It has been successful in reducing both the costs associated with claims and the time taken to resolve claims at no cost to the Exchequer. The PIAB process annually saves...”

Regulated Professions (Health and Social Care) (Amendment) Bill 2022: Second Stage (Resumed) (5 Oct 2022)

“I thank the Acting Chairman and welcome the people in the Gallery. Public protection can only happen when correct standards and education are put in place. I understand the main purpose of this Bill is to apply statutory regulation to 18 health groups so as to protect the public. The Bill will provide a structure for the assessment and approval of training courses, examinations and...”

Public Transport: Motion [Private Members] (5 Oct 2022)

“Transport for Ireland, TFI, has set up Local Link services as a link to national bus services. Lack of housing and student accommodation is forcing many of our young people to stay at home rather than renting, and this is resulting in a huge demand for bus links among those going to work and universities and colleges. I was delighted that Bus Éireann this morning announced six new...”

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