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Taispeáin: 50 in aghaidh an leathanaigh

Déar, 27 Meith 2019

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Parental Leave

Clare Daly

78. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if employers are permitted to require parents to take parental leave in a single 18-week block rather than as a few days per week over successive weeks; his views on whether such a requirement from an employer will push some parents out of work in view of the fact some parents will not be in a position to take 18 consecutive weeks of unpaid leave; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [27284/19]

Amharc

Déar, 27 Meith 2019

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Childcare Services

Clare Daly

231. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs if childcare providers are entitled to apply a cap on the number of children in their services under the community childcare subvention scheme and request that parents whose children qualify for the scheme pay full fees for those children. [27283/19]

Amharc

Céad, 26 Meith 2019

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Wind Energy Generation

Clare Daly

281. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht her views on the effects on important habitats in the proposed Shannon wilderness park in County Longford of a plan to install a 24-turbine windfarm at the location; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [26931/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Air Corps Strength

Clare Daly

104. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Taoiseach and Minister for Defence the number of aircraft technicians in the helicopter wing of the Air Corps in 2017, 2018 and to date in 2019; and the number that left during same period. [26706/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Defence Forces Equipment

Clare Daly

105. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Taoiseach and Minister for Defence if funding will be provided for the purchase of two additional water tender ladder fire appliances for the Curragh camp fire station; and the frequency with which fire appliances are replaced in military barracks. [26707/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Defence Forces Recruitment

Clare Daly

106. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Taoiseach and Minister for Defence his plans for a recruitment campaign in the UK to recruit a military psychiatrist for the Permanent Defence Force. [26708/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Diplomatic Representation

Clare Daly

121. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade the foreign ambassadors that have an embassy here who he has met formally to date in 2019. [26713/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Consular Services

Clare Daly

122. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade his plans to open a new Consulate General office in Darwin, Australia. [26714/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Garda Transport Data

Clare Daly

283. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the number of unmarked cars and vans attached to the Garda National Immigration Bureau in 2018 and to date in 2019, in tabular form. [26709/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Garda Transport Data

Clare Daly

284. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the number of marked cars, Jeeps and motorcycles attached to the DMR roads policing escort unit in 2018 and to date in 2019. [26710/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Garda Resources

Clare Daly

285. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Justice and Equality when the report from the Garda Commissioner regarding the issuing of body-worn cameras to front-line gardaí will be received. [26711/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Criminal Assets Bureau

Clare Daly

286. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the estimated amount it would cost to recruit five additional forensic digital specialists for the Criminal Assets Bureau. [26712/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Medical Aids and Appliances Provision

Clare Daly

391. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Health his plans to ensure that survey findings by an organisation (details supplied) and the views of persons self-funding its use are considered as part of the HSE review when making his final decision on the issue of the FreeStyle Libre device being made available to all persons with type 1 diabetes; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [26328/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Aquaculture Regulation

Clare Daly

550. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine his views on whether the system operated by his Department for the award of organic status to Irish food production is not fit for purpose in view of the fact that organic status was awarded to a major salmon product that was under investigation by his Department for three years; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [26673/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Aquaculture Regulation

Clare Daly

551. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine the meaningful assurance that can be given to consumers that salmon from farms under investigation by his Department is actually being produced organically. [26674/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Aquaculture Licence Applications

Clare Daly

552. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine his views on whether his recent decision to revoke a salmon farm licence for breach of licence conditions demonstrates that the award of organic status for farmed salmon is just a marketing exercise designed to achieve premium prices. [26675/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Aquaculture Regulation

Clare Daly

553. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine the reason his Department relies on voluntary reporting by salmon farmers of chemical treatments used for disease control meaning that attention is not being drawn to the type of chemicals being applied to the fish stocks. [26676/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Aquaculture Regulation

Clare Daly

554. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine the way in which organic status can be awarded to salmon farms in view of the fact that his attention has not been drawn to the type of chemicals being used by the operators to control disease. [26677/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Aquaculture Licence Data

Clare Daly

555. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine the density of fish per cage necessary to qualify for organic status; and the evidence provided that this is complied with by salmon farmers before organic status is granted. [26678/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Aquaculture Licences

Clare Daly

556. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine if in view of a recent television programme (details supplied) that showed breaches of licence conditions in some salmon farmers in Scotland, he is satisfied that the situation is different here. [26679/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Aquaculture Regulation

Clare Daly

557. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine if, in view of the complaints in Scotland that the Government there has been too close to the salmon industry, he will cease perceived conflicts of interest in his Department by which responsibility for the development of the industry and its regulation reside with the marine division. [26680/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Regional Assemblies

Clare Daly

733. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government the date on which the finalised regional spatial and economic strategy for the eastern and midlands region will be published. [26191/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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County Development Plans

Clare Daly

734. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government if he will request Fingal County Council to provide him with a comprehensive briefing on the substance of all postal and online submissions made through the public consultation phase of the draft Castlelands, Balbriggan, development master plan (details supplied); if the council will be instructed to defer further action on the plan pending a review by him of the substantive briefing; if his views on the briefing will be made available before the plan is progressed by the council; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [26192/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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County Development Plans

Clare Daly

735. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government if Fingal County Council will be instructed that if as the Castlelands, Balbriggan, development draft master plan (details supplied) is to be progressed, it must be amended as necessary in order that it is fully aligned with the new eastern and midlands regional spatial and economic strategy as developed within the national planning framework under Project Ireland 2040 and specifically to ensure that the plan is aligned comprehensively with the designation of Balbriggan by the regional spatial and economic strategy, RSES, as a small hinterland town that is not suitable for and is not to receive high-density and-or high-rise development. [26193/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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County Development Plans

Clare Daly

736. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government if he will request Fingal County Council to provide a copy of all internal correspondence and relevant planning written and email documentation between the planning division and the Our Balbriggan project of the council from the inception of the project to date in respect of the draft Castlelands, Balbriggan, development master plan published on 7 May 2019 (details supplied). [26194/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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EU Directives

Clare Daly

773. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht if she will provide a copy of the briefing notes provided to her in respect of the wild birds derogation declaration for the period May 2019 to April 2020 under regulation 3(1)(a) of the European Communities (Wildlife Act 1976) (Amendment) Regulations 1986. [26153/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Wildlife Control

Clare Daly

774. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht if she will provide copies of all licence applications under the birds directive, under section 42 of the Wildlife Act 1976 or under other legal means allowable, received to date in 2019 in which the applicants were seeking to exercise controls on seagull species and-or their nests and or eggs; the outcome for all such applications with regard to licences granted and licences denied; and the reason in each case. [26154/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Wildlife Control

Clare Daly

775. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht the damage being caused in respect of the eight licences granted by her Department to Dublin City Council to scare seagulls off the treated public water reservoirs at Stillorgan and Ballyboden, each of which cited the serious damage criterion of the section 42 provisions in the Wildlife Act 1976; the characteristics of the damage such that it was claimed to be serious by the applicant and accepted as being serious by her Department; and if the interests of public health and safety as catered for in the EU birds directive was a determining factor in the granting of the licences. [26155/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Wildlife Control

Clare Daly

776. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht if she will provide copies of all correspondence since 2016 between her Department and the European Commission and-or the EU Directorate-General for Environment in respect of controls on seagull species, compliance with the birds directive and compliance with reporting requirements, including quantitative data. [26156/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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Wildlife Control

Clare Daly

777. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht if her Department is monitoring the serious harm being caused by seagull colonies to fauna in urban settings, for example, in St. Stephen's Green and Marley Park; if her Department is directly responsible under Article 9.1(c) for the protection of the fauna being harmed; and if not, if her Department relies on other agencies and organisations to seek protection of at risk fauna. [26157/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 25 Meith 2019

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EU Directives

Clare Daly

780. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht the reason a recommendation (details supplied) was not accepted and implemented in time for the 2019-20 derogation declarations published on 1 May 2019; and if the recommendation will be implemented in time for the 2020-2021 and future derogation declarations. [26797/19]

Amharc

Déar, 20 Meith 2019

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Public Service Pay Commission Reports

Clare Daly

36. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform when the Public Service Pay Commission report on recruitment and retention in the Defence Forces will be published in full; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [25619/19]

Amharc

Déar, 20 Meith 2019

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Public Service Pay Commission Reports

Clare Daly

41. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform the reason excerpts from the Public Service Pay Commission report on recruitment and retention in the Defence Forces were leaked following the delivery of the report to him in May 2019; and the reason the report was not immediately published in full further to these leaks in view of the effect of the leaks on Defence Forces morale. [25620/19]

Amharc

Déar, 20 Meith 2019

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Health Services Staff

Clare Daly

136. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Health if his attention has been drawn to concerns involving allegations of assault by staff working for an organisation (details supplied) and the apparent failure of the HSE to investigate and deal with same; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [25865/19]

Amharc

Déar, 20 Meith 2019

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Health Services Staff

Clare Daly

137. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Health his views on concerns regarding an organisation (details supplied); and if he will make a statement on the matter. [25866/19]

Amharc

Céad, 19 Meith 2019

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Children in Care

Clare Daly

248. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs if her attention has been drawn to concerns raised by the inspectors from the Care Quality Commission in the United Kingdom regarding a secure mental health facility (details supplied) which cares for six Irish children; the cost of the facility for Irish children over the past ten years; her views on whether this service should and could be provided here; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [25681/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

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Foreign Conflicts

Clare Daly

61. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade if his attention has been drawn to a recent report which estimated that US sanctions imposed on Venezuela in August 2017 caused around 40,000 deaths in 2017 and 2018 (details supplied); his views on whether additional US sanctions in January 2019 will have exacerbated the effects of the sanctions; and the representations he has made or will make to the authorities in the United States of America with a view to bringing an end to punitive sanctions on the people of Venezuela. [24935/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

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Pension Provisions

Clare Daly

160. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform the measures he plans to take to address the pension entitlements of female civil servants who left the workforce in job-share arrangements to care for their children and have lost out on full pension entitlements even though many women that stayed at home full-time have had their pension paid as a result of the homemakers credit system; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [25345/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

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Special Educational Needs

Clare Daly

214. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Education and Skills the financial assistance available to fund assessments for children who have been identified as potentially requiring additional learning supports in view of the substantial cost of same for parents and the negative impact of delays in diagnosis and supports on the development of the child. [25498/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

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Wards of Court

Clare Daly

271. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the reason fees charged for a ward of court in circumstances in which the General Solicitor is committee for the person and estate and the family or persons other than the General Solicitor is committee for the person and estate, with particular reference to the income included in calculating the amount and the rate; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [25497/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

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Hospital Charges

Clare Daly

300. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Health his plans to introduce exemptions and cap registration fees in relation to the number of times a child visits the emergency department regarding a life long illness which could be twice or three times a month with fees of €100 per visit; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [24868/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

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Health and Social Care Professionals Regulation

Clare Daly

331. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Health if a person (details supplied) has taken responsibility for a doctor on the supervised section of the Irish Medical Council register to work as an ENT consultant at University Hospital Limerick without restriction for the best part of a year. [24951/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

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Health and Social Care Professionals Regulation

Clare Daly

332. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Health if the attention of a person (details supplied) was drawn either verbally or in writing to the fact that a supervising consultant breached the Irish Medical Council regulations on appropriate supervision by being overseen for much of their tenure including emergency duties. [24952/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

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Health and Social Care Professionals Regulation

Clare Daly

333. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Health if concerns were expressed by a senior clinician to the senior management and directorate of University Hospital Limerick in regard to a physician or clinical and professional performance of a surgeon with a demand from their colleague for a review of their cases; and if the relevant Q-Pulse submissions have been ignored to date. [24953/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

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Hospital Staff

Clare Daly

334. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Health if a person (details supplied) has been informed verbally and in writing that a consultant ENT surgeon left the region before finishing their on-call duties while both their absence and refusal to return placed a seriously ill child at risk; and the reason this alleged wrongdoing has not been investigated by the management or directorate of University Hospital Limerick regarding the departure, absence and behaviour of the on-call consultant ENT surgeon, which presented a risk in clinical situations and which has also been submitted onto Q-Pulse. [24954/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

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Hospital Investigations

Clare Daly

335. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Health the reason a person (details supplied) failed to investigate or have investigated the disclosure that over 15 patients had a delayed head and neck cancer diagnosis despite the fact that the clinical incidents had been placed on Q-Pulse by a senior clinician; and the reason the person has failed, neglected or omitted to investigate or have investigated over 30 other serious incident submissions by a consultant ENT surgeon. [24955/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

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Hospital Complaints Procedures

Clare Daly

336. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Health the reason a person (details supplied) determined that serious reportable incidents are not investigated but having opted instead to request a chart review by RCSEng of non-Q-Pulse complaints based on email correspondence and thereby failed to investigate the historical non-defunct NIRF-04 forms despite being informed that more serious cases exist on the Q-Pulse and are lying dormant without meaningful action. [24956/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

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Hospital Deaths

Clare Daly

337. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Health if a person (details supplied) will take accountability and responsibility for their acts and omissions or failures to prevent a death from incompetence with gross mismanagement of a head and neck cancer patient reported to the University Hospital Limerick administration verbally, by email and on formal Q-Pulse. [24957/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

written

Hospital Deaths

Clare Daly

338. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Health the reason the death of a head and neck cancer patient which is reported on the Q Pulse system relating to University Hospital Limerick as a serious incident has not been adequately investigated; and the reason the HSE and the hospital have not provided open disclosure to the family of the deceased cancer patient despite the fact that the CEO and directorate had been informed of the circumstances of the preventable death well over a year ago. [24958/19]

Amharc

Máirt, 18 Meith 2019

written

Hospital Procedures

Clare Daly

339. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Health if a person (details supplied) or their subordinates gave direction to members of administration staff at the University Hospital Limerick Group to cancel an operating theatre list of at least 15 patients, many of them children but also involving two cancer cases, within 37 hours before planned surgery in May 2018. [24959/19]

Amharc