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The Labour Party 14m
Thanks to and for joining us for our debate on carers tonight. For too long the State has been getting care on the cheap, it’s time to change that.
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John Curran TD 5h
Today in the I raised the issue of the serious delays effecting some of our local schools in the area. and
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The Labour Party 9h
Ahead of the debate on carers later today Willie Penrose has said for too long the State has been exploiting carers. It's time we faced up to the fact that carers need more support.
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David Lane Jun 21
Who is the lowest profile TD in Eireann? Aindrias Moynihan? Pat Casey? Joe Carey? Pat Buckley? Tony McLoughlin?
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Oireachtas News 1h
Debate on CervicalCheck Tribunal Bill 2019 has begun in the watch proceedings live here
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Councillor NualaKilleen Feb 20
37 TD's Turned up to work today to abstain from a vote
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Martin Heydon Jun 25
Positive engagement in the today on delivering a new school for Colaiste Isoagain Portarlington. Thanks to my colleague, Joe McHugh, Minister for Education for taking on the points of view of Principal Seamus Bennett and Vice Chairman Justin Browne.
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Mick Barry TD Jun 13
I've just seen Dara Murphy TD in the Dáil.
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Oireachtas News 9h
Expressions of sympathy on the death of former member, Jackie Healy-Rae, have begun in the watch proceedings live here
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Oireachtas News 6h
Statements post European Council meeting of 20th – 21st June, pursuant to Standing Order 111 have begun in the watch live here
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The Labour Party Jun 25
Carers are unsung heroes in our communities. For too long the State has been getting care on the cheap, we want to see more investment in care in this year’s budget. That’s why we are using our time in the this week to support carers.
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Mick Barry TD 6h
Looks like the Govt, FF and possibly others are trying to get tomorrow's Dáil debate on the Health Strike cancelled. Solidarity/PBP will oppose this.
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Connolly for Kids Feb 20
Simon Harris refusing to 'walk away' from St James's site - even if it's for the betterment of the sick kids of Ireland? There is no shame in admitting you are wrong or facing up to your mistakes. A little humility is needed for our kids' sake.
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Oliver Callan Mar 5
Today's Supreme Court ruling is a timely reminder that the State's Siteserv inquiry continues on, in secret, and is now a 5-year probe into an IBRC transaction that took just 3 months. It involves 30 lawyers and a cost range of €30m to €100m. Ghastly.
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Electroboy Jun 12
This is not an easy watch. Can you think of another in the history of the state who would reply to colleague in this manner?
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Louise O’Reilly TD Feb 20
Listening to FFers now doing their best chicken licken impression in the
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Gavan Reilly Jun 25
Leaders' Questions, FF raising tomorrow's health strike – Varadkar says the dispute is NOT the government trying to run away from a pay recommendation which has already been made, but rather the timing of the payout; Govt thinks it's 2021 - Varadkar still wants Lab Court
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dpetns Feb 13
School strike outside the Dáil for Climate Action! 🌍
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Catherine Martin TD Mar 13
This evening female members of the will unite in supporting the Oireachtas Women's Caucus motion on period poverty which includes a call for provision of free sanitary products in all public buildings.This is both an issue of dignity&equality. We need to
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Breandán Ó Luaois 5h
Subsidised booze in the work place while we have health misdiagnosis, record waiting lists, trolley waits, homelessness, overspending on public works etc. Banana republic or pint republic.
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