Adjournment Debate Matters.

I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given to me under Standing Order 20 (3) (A) and the name of the Member in each case:

Deputy Stagg — the refusal of the Minister for Education to assist three third level VTOS students from Kildare with the cost of travel and books required to take part in their selected courses, the effect of which is that all three must leave college by 28th October, 1992; Deputy Rabbitte — the subject matter of Question No. 71 of October 21st to the Minister for Health regarding the construction of Tallaght Hospital; Deputy Connaughton — the subject matter of the unfair imposition by Telecom Éireann on its telephone subscribers where a third party guarantor or other guarantees are sought to offset the possibility of default of payment; Deputy Garland — the failure of the Minister for the Environment to introduce the appropriate legislation to provide that the Office of Public Works must comply with planning laws in any further plans for interpretative centres; Deputy Taylor-Quinn — the critical situation that has developed in Ennis General Hospital following the closure of the female medical ward and the laying off of temporary wholetime staff and the action the Minister for Health intends to take in that regard.

I have selected for discussion the matters raised by the following Deputies:— (1) Deputy Stagg; (2) Deputy Rabbitte; (3) Deputy Taylor-Quinn.