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Daily Archives: June 15, 2009
Róisín Shortall (Dublin North West, Labour) No one knew it was an indemnity up to June 2002. Michael Woods (Dublin North East, Fianna Fail) On 20 February 2002, the Final Stages of the Residential Institutions Redress Bill were taken in … Continue reading
Catherine Byrne (Dublin South Central, Fine Gael) We have all heard the land of saints and scholars being mentioned during this debate. I want to know where the saints were while the little children threaded wire until their fingers bled … Continue reading
Martin Mansergh (Minister of State with special responsibility for the Arts, Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism; Tipperary South, Fianna Fail) What is documented in the Ryan report was a catastrophe, above all for the inmates of industrial schools and … Continue reading
Dáil debate Inquire into Child Abuse (1) Dáil debates Friday, 12 June 2009 Ryan Report on the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse: Motion (Resumed) 10:30 am Pat Rabbitte (Dublin South West, Labour) I wish to … Continue reading
Dear Mr Clarke, Thank you for your email to the Tánaiste which shall be brought to her attention at the earliest opportunity. Anne Holliday Tánaiste’s Office Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment 23 Kildare Street Dublin 2
firstname.lastname@example.org to me Dear Thomas, Thanks for your email and comments which I read with great interest. I will bring your comments to the attention of my colleagues in the Parliamentary Labour Party. I have also attached some Labour Party … Continue reading
As previously warned the Bankers and politicians are falling over themselves trying to get the lucrative jobs at the newly established NAMA Here are some candidate proposals!sticki dicki he pops up all the time and can be counted on to … Continue reading
Want a laugh! S&P lowers Anglo credit rating Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s has lowered its ratings on Anglo Irish Bank. But S&P has removed the bank from CreditWatch, which means it is no longer considering further downgrades. Well … Continue reading
A priest in Co Offaly has apologised after describing children who were sent to the Daingean reformatory as unwanted ‘ruffians’. Monsignor Tom Coonan, who made the remarks yesterday at a ceremony in St Joseph’s church, has admitted saying that … Continue reading