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Déar, 17 Aib 2008

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Northern Ireland Issues.

Dr Martin Mansergh

323 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Foreign Affairs the present legal status of the Good Friday Agreement and its relationship to the St. Andrews Agreement. [13979/08]

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Déar, 17 Aib 2008

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Garda Stations.

Dr Martin Mansergh

556 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform the Garda stations in south Tipperary which are manned on a 24 hour basis. [13980/08]

Amharc

Máirt, 11 Márta 2008

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Employment Rights.

Dr Martin Mansergh

302 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment the implications for Ireland of the outcome of the Laval case in the European Court of Justice and of the Viking line case now settled; and if Ireland intervened in either case, both of which raised issues of labour and employer rights. [10252/08]

Amharc

Máirt, 12 Feabh 2008

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Garda Stations.

Dr Martin Mansergh

149 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Finance if a site has been selected for a new Garda station in Clonmel, County Tipperary. [5153/08]

Amharc

Máirt, 12 Feabh 2008

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Tax Code.

Dr Martin Mansergh

180 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Finance the number of personal taxpayers who claimed mortgage interest relief in the most recent year for which figures are available. [5154/08]

Amharc

Máirt, 12 Feabh 2008

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Medical Cards.

Dr Martin Mansergh

267 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Health and Children her views on the case for supplying all cystic fibrosis suffers with medical cards; and the estimated cost of doing so. [5208/08]

Amharc

Máirt, 12 Feabh 2008

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Rendering Industry.

Dr Martin Mansergh

406 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food the names and number of rendering plants in operation within the State; the categories of material they are licensed to process; the volumes of materials in both categories handled in the most recent years for which statistics are available; the retrospective proportions of fallen animals and animal by-products treated; the volumes handled by each plant under the destruct scheme; and the amount of materials exported and imported for rendering in recent years. [4492/08]

Amharc

Máirt, 12 Feabh 2008

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Departmental Records.

Dr Martin Mansergh

518 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Defence his views on authorising the release of pension application files by those who participated in the Easter Rising and War of Independence, in view of the historical value of these papers and the fact that practically all the applicants have at this stage passed on. [5206/08]

Amharc

Máirt, 12 Feabh 2008

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Adult Entertainment Venues.

Dr Martin Mansergh

565 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform the procedures that exist for licensing lap-dancing clubs; and his views on policy changes in order to avoid the high risk of illegal exploitation of women. [5062/08]

Amharc

Máirt, 12 Feabh 2008

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Closed Circuit Television Systems.

Dr Martin Mansergh

575 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform when the installation of closed circuit television in the centre of Clonmel is expected to proceed; and his estimate of when it will become operational. [5151/08]

Amharc

Máirt, 12 Feabh 2008

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Housing Grants.

Dr Martin Mansergh

631 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government his views on a motion passed by Carrick-on-Suir town council on 14 January 2008 and sent to him on 15 January calling on him to ensure that all borough and town council authorities receive their annual housing capital allocation directly based on needs as identified by those authorities and retaining control over all matters pertaining to public housing in their areas. [5207/08]

Amharc

Céad, 30 Ean 2008

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Legislative Programme.

Dr Martin Mansergh

163 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Taoiseach the number of Acts passed by the Houses of the Oireachtas sponsored by his Department in each year from 2003 to 2007; the Acts which were legislation wholly or mainly required by Ireland’s EU obligations, which were partly so required, and which had no significant or minimal reference to EU legislation; and if in the first two cases Ireland had significant discretion, as to the manner in which EU obligations were translated into domestic law. [1203/08]

Amharc

Céad, 30 Ean 2008

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Statutory Instruments.

Dr Martin Mansergh

181 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Finance the number of statutory instruments issued by the Government in 2007; and the number of same that were issued in order to implement EU legislation or decisions. [1296/08]

Amharc

Céad, 30 Ean 2008

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Legislative Programme.

Dr Martin Mansergh

212 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Finance the number of Acts passed by the Houses of the Oireachtas sponsored by his Department in each year from 2003 to 2007; the Acts which were legislation wholly or mainly required by Ireland’s EU obligations, which were partly so required, and which had no significant or minimal reference to EU legislation; and if in the first two cases Ireland had significant discretion, as to the manner in which EU obligations were translated into domestic law. [1198/08]

Amharc

Céad, 30 Ean 2008

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Legislative Programme.

Dr Martin Mansergh

307 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Health and Children the number of Acts passed by the Houses of the Oireachtas sponsored by her Department in each year from 2003 to 2007; the Acts which were legislation wholly or mainly required by Ireland’s EU obligations, which were partly so required, and which had no significant or minimal reference to EU legislation; and if in the first two cases Ireland had significant discretion, as to the manner in which EU obligations were translated into domestic law. [1200/08]

Amharc

Céad, 30 Ean 2008

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Legislative Programme.

Dr Martin Mansergh

533 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Transport the number of Acts passed by the Houses of the Oireachtas sponsored by his Department in each year from 2003 to 2007; the Acts which were legislation wholly or mainly required by Ireland’s EU obligations, which were partly so required, and which had no significant or minimal reference to EU legislation; and if in the first two cases Ireland had significant discretion, as to the manner in which EU obligations were translated into domestic law. [1204/08]

Amharc

Céad, 30 Ean 2008

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Legislative Programme.

Dr Martin Mansergh

585 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Foreign Affairs the number of Acts passed by the Houses of the Oireachtas sponsored by his Department in each year from 2003 to 2007; the Acts which were legislation wholly or mainly required by Ireland’s EU obligations, which were partly so required, and which had no significant or minimal reference to EU legislation; and if in the first two cases Ireland had significant discretion, as to the manner in which EU obligations were translated into domestic law. [1199/08]

Amharc

Céad, 30 Ean 2008

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National Minimum Wage.

Dr Martin Mansergh

631 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment the month and year that the national minimum wage was first introduced; the numbers in employment at that time; and the numbers employed now. [1189/08]

Amharc

Céad, 30 Ean 2008

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Legislative Programme.

Dr Martin Mansergh

632 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment the number of Acts passed by the Houses of the Oireachtas sponsored by his Department in each year from 2003 to 2007; the Acts which were legislation wholly or mainly required by Ireland’s EU obligations, which were partly so required, and which had no significant or minimal reference to EU legislation; and if in the first two cases Ireland had significant discretion, as to the manner in which EU obligations were translated into domestic law. [1196/08]

Amharc

Céad, 30 Ean 2008

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Legislative Programme.

Dr Martin Mansergh

703 Deputy Martin Mansergh asked the Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism the number of Acts passed by the Houses of the Oireachtas sponsored by his Department in each year from 2003 to 2007; the Acts which were legislation wholly or mainly required by Ireland’s EU obligations, which were partly so required, and which had no significant or minimal reference to EU legislation; and if in the first two cases Ireland had significant discretion, as to the manner in which EU obligations were translated into domestic law. [1191/08]

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