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Fianna Fail: Private Members: Health Service Executive

Vote from 29/01/2014, Dail

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Debate resumed on amendment No. 1:


To delete all words after "Dáil Éireann" and substitute the following:"agrees that the 2014 national service plan provides a comprehensive basis for the Health Service Executive, HSE, to continue to deliver safe and high...

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Censorship of Publications Board Repeal Bill 2013

Vote from 28/01/2014, Dail

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Bill entitled an Act to abolish the Censorship of Publications Board and to provide for related matters

Bill Number 104 of 2013
Sponsored by Deputy Niall Collins
Source: Private Member
Method: Introduced 
Status:...

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Charities (Amendment) Bill 2014

Vote from 22/01/2014

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Bill entitled an Act to provide for the full implementation of the unenacted provisions of the Charities Act 2009; to include the advancement of human rights as a charitable purpose and to provide for related matters - 

Bill Number 3 of 2014
Sponsored by Deputy...

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Fianna Fail: Private Members: Motion re Irish Water

Vote from 16/01/2014, Dail

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The following motion was moved by Deputy Barry Cowen on Wednesday, 15 January 2014. On Thursday, 16 January 2014 the debate resumed and the Minister of State at the Department of the Environment, Community and Local...

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Local Government Reform Bill 2013: Report Stage and Final Stage

Vote from 11/12/2013

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Local Government Reform Bill

The main provisions of the Bill set out the structural reform of local government.


The major structural reforms set out in the Bill will be the most...

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PMB: Sinn Fein: motion re Bethany Home

Vote from 11/12/2013, Dail

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That Dáil Éireann:

  • accepts that Bethany Home, Rathgar (1922 – 1972) was a maternity home, a children’s home 1959 and a place of detention for women on remand or convicted of crimes referred by the...

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PMB: Fianna Fail: Motion re Electricity Infrastructure

Vote from 04/12/2013, Dail

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The following motion was moved by Deputy Michael Moynihan on Tuesday, 03 December 2013:

That Dáil Éireann:

agrees that Ireland’s electricity infrastructure and transmission capability be modernised, as well as...

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Technical Group PMB: Bond Repayments Motion

Vote from 27/11/2013, Dail

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A Technical Group motion was moved by Deputy Joan Collins on Tuesday, 26 November 2013:

The Minister of State at the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government, Deputy Fergus O'Dowd tabled a counter motion the following evening.

Government Amendment carried - 76:41

Full...

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Sinn Fein PMB: Youth Employment Motion

Vote from 20/11/2013, Dail

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Dail Eireann notes that:

- the number of people in employment grew by 34,000 in the year ending June 2013, compared with a reduction of employment of more than 300,000 in the three year period ending March 2011;

- the rate of unemployment in Ireland has fallen to 13.2 per cent at the end of October...

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Government Decision on Exiting Programme of Financial Support: Motion

Vote from 20/11/2013, Dail

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The following motion was moved by the Minister for Finance, Deputy Michael Noonan.

That Dáil Éireann endorses the Government’s decision to exit the EU/IMF programme of financial support in December without applying for a precautionary credit line

Video of motion

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Business of Dáil - Statements

Vote from 14/11/2013, Dail

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Minister of State at the Department of the Taoiseach (Deputy Paul Kehoe) moved that notwithstanding in Standing Orders the proceedings on No. 21 shall be interrupted at 11.30 a.m. to allow statements from the Taoiseach and the Tánaiste and statements in reply from the main spokespersons for Fianna Fáil, Sinn Féin...

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