Mick Wallace Our Minster for Finance did say that Vulture Funds could "provide a very good service in the ecology through cleani… https://t.co/F5tHSeClBZ
Mick Wallace Powerful comeback for Wexford @YouthsWomen .... https://t.co/ULS7VagAYI
Mick Wallace Is this the Labour Party that voted against @lukeming Flanagan's Cannabis Bill? This Labour Party give Politics a b… https://t.co/pbIdDjV0n1
Mick Wallace And Irish Government still happy to trade with #Saudi's - Yet, we refuse to trade with Iran? https://t.co/r78j5z1VkU

PQ - Children

To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs in view of the fact that more than one third of all asylum seekers living in direct provision are children, if she has been in contact with the Department of Justice to re…

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To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs her views on reports that only 11 children have been adopted from abroad under the terms of the Hague Adoption Convention, which Ireland ratified in November 2010, even th…

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To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs her views on reports that at least 200 social work posts are currently vacant even though there have been significant increases in the number of reports of children at ris…

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To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs her views on the very low success rate of the National Contact Preference Register in matching only about 5% of the people who sought their assistance; the action she will…

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namaleaks

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Namaleaks is a project that seeks to uncover possible injustice and poor practice related to NAMA (National Asset Management Agency) and financial institutions in Ireland.

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