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Business of the House (1 July 1976)

...annum Lord Feather of the City of Bradford (part-time) Lord Greenhill of Harrow (part-time) Community Relations Commission Lord Pitt, Deputy Chairman (part-time) 1,500 per annum Lord Campbell of Eskan (part-time) 16 per day Baroness Serota (part-time) Women's Royal Voluntary Service Baroness Pike, Chairman (part-time) 6,000 per annum Port of London Authority...

Housing and Land (6 November 1973)

Mr Arthur Jones: ...to consider other institutions? We see the tremendous successes of the new town development corporations, for both new and expanded towns. Two examples are Milton Keynes under the guidance of Lord Campbell of Eskan, and the expansion of Northampton under Sir William Hart. For a specific pur- pose the capabilities of these organisations are far beyond those found in the general housing...

Sugar (24 October 1973)

Mr Alf Morris: ...to participate in the debate. Thus I shall now conclude. In doing so, I recall what Dr. Eric Williams said, speaking as Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, when he referred to the "Wars of the Two Sugars". As Lord Campbell of Eskan, who was referred to earlier in the debate, said in his letter to The Times:Beet industries are struggling to get richer. Cane industries, and the peoples...

Orders of the Day — Sound Broadcasting Bill: Clause 2 (12 April 1972)

Mr Phillip Whitehead: ...month in and month out no criticism appeared of the failures of London Weekend Television in the New Statesman because, as we all know, the managing director of the New Statesman is Lord Campbell of Eskan who has a considerable influence in London Weekend Television. I am not saying that he stopped it, but there is an adverse climate and this is not the kind of subject that one wants to...

Orders of the Day — European Communities (28 October 1971)

Mr Harold Wilson: ...think, afford me some sentiment in this matter. I regard the Government's deal over sugar as a betrayal. Yes, I know they will quote in aid the acquiescence of Commonwealth representatives, to say nothing of my noble Friend Lord Campbell of Eskan in this context. With whatever shamelessness this Government can muster, this is what they will argue. I would not have accepted, and no...

Orders of the Day — European Communities (25 October 1971)

Mr Gilbert Longden: ...concession to New Zealand and, a result which is "highly satisfactory". As to the Commonwealth sugar producers, the Chairman of the West Indian Sugar Association, the High Commissioner for Fiji, and Lord Campbell of Eskan have all expressed themselves as entirely satisfied with the terms which my right hon. and learned Friend has negotiated. One of them has even used the words "bankable...

Orders of the Day — United Kingdom and European Communities (22 July 1971)

Mr Harold Wilson: ...I owe to him and the House, I would like to withdraw. The words I used were based on my understanding, incorrect as I now realise, of a message received in my office yesterday from Lord Campbell of Eskan. The noble Lord had, in fact, felt it right to inform me that he had given his permission to the right hon. and learned Gentleman to quote a passage from a letter which he had written....

United Kingdom and European Communities (21 July 1971) See 1 other result from this debate

Mr Geoffrey Rippon: ...be out of place for hon. Members to be over-zealous in the pursuit of the sugar producers' interests by pretending that they know better than the sovereign Governments concerned. Lord Campbell of Eskan, the Chairman of the Commonwealth Sugar Exporters, wrote to me the day after our conference with the developing countries at Lancaster House about the settlement that we had then reached...

Mauritius Independence BDLL (14 December 1967)

Mr Alf Morris: ...Mauritius and that its removal would cause disruptions "too disastrous even to be worth detailed analysis". Other statements, no less alarming, have also been made. The noble Lord, Lord Campbell of Eskan, who has a most distinguished record in helping the poorer Commonwealth countries, has spoken of the disaster, economically, socially and politically, which would ensue were we to cancel...

Clause 2. — (the Corporation's Functions.) (22 November 1966)

Sir Henry Legge-Bourke: ...by one of the most fascinating series of articles in the Financial Times, not least that of Mr. Harold Wincott on 1st November and then the joint rejoinder on 8th November from Lord Campbell of Eskan and the retort to that by Mr. Wincott. It is perfectly obvious that as a result of this we now see that there is a considerable variation in the approach to profitability exhibited, first, by...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Housing, Dunbartonshire (Nissen Huts) (28 February 1956) See 1 other result from this debate

Mr Thomas Steele: asked the Secretary of State for Scotland (1) how many families are still living in ex-Army Nissen huts in Dunbartonshire; (2) when the remaining families, now living at Camis Eskan Camp, Helens-burgh, will be rehoused.

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