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Most recent annotations on things by Albert Owen

  • Arthur Roberts: Dear Albert, In the house you said ........... May I probe the Leader of the House once more for a debate in Government time, or indeed a statement by the Secretary of State for Energy and... (10 September 2011)
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  • John Bakewell: I think Mr Owen well knows that a substantial rise in our energy bills is caused by a high percentage going to manufacturing, erecting and running those wind turbines which desecrate our... (7 September 2011)
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  • John Bakewell: The price of electricity would be massively reduced if we didn't have to pay these green taxes. To continue to build wind farms is nothing more than wickedness now that the effects of wind... (13 July 2011)
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  • John Bakewell: Far from being gutless, if Mr Owen had looked in Hansard, he would have found that Darling had said that the allowance was a temporart measure. No doubt the Chancellor would not have needed to... (30 March 2011)
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  • Arthur Roberts: I say to you, Why do the Irish people (each man, woman & child)deserve £17,000 each of other people's money The bail out is £77 billion for a population of 4.5 million and where exactly will... (24 November 2010)
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  • John Bakewell: Mr Owen is correct in saying that the Chancellor is right. However he surely knows that one of the reasons why Ireland is in such dire straits is because they took on the euro, so were unable to... (23 November 2010)
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  • John Bakewell: Rather than this government being centre-right, I thank it is more centre-left, what with shutting down the Yarl's Wood detention centre, when more need to be built, and our Prime Minister doing... (23 July 2010)
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  • amber burrows: John - obviously gas prices are increasing at terrible rates, but Albert Owen is talking specifically about the prices of electricity. Many places are not connected to mains gas and are... (24 June 2010)
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  • John Bakewell: Mr Owen is right in showing how these gas companies continually put prices up. They make a great show when prices come down, which generally last very briefly before increasing them again ... (4 June 2010)
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  • John Bakewell: Maybe unemployment is down but the real question should be how many people are employed now and how many were employed in 1992? I think you will find that more people were employed in 1992. (18 March 2010)
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  • John Bakewell: The huge price of petrol in this country, far higher than most EU countries, is caused mainly by our government with their horrendous taxes. Unleaded at about 115 per litre and all the petrol... (8 March 2010)
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  • Chris Beazer: If there is to be secure supply for nuclear power, where are the uranium mines that we have in the UK? (1 April 2009)
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  • John Bakewell: This is the only thing we can do. Unfortunately the government has been too long making up its mind as to whethrt to build nuclear stations or not. I feel it is all too late but we have to try... (14 November 2008)
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  • Arthur Roberts: I have just received my Road Tax renewal notices for several vehicles (2 of 3 are on SORNS)all strongly advise using the internet renewal facility. I prefer to use the post office and combine the... (11 November 2008)
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  • Arthur Roberts: I have just received my Road Tax renewal notices for several vehicles (2 of 3 are on SORNS)all strongly advise using the internet renewal facility. I prefer to use the post office and combine the... (11 November 2008)
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  • Arthur Roberts: Mr Owen, in our recent discussion by letter you stated that attendance at the house was less important than your other (constituency) work. May I suggest that it may sadly be true bearing in mind... (24 October 2008)
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  • John Bakewell: Mr Owen is righr. It is scandalous that so many councils have been caught out by banking with Icelandic banks when they were warned weeks ago about the state of these banks. (23 October 2008)
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  • John Bakewell: I fully agree with Mr Owen. Unfortunately we have to rely on nuclear power for our electricity. I feel that wind turbines are very much a waste of time and money, as back up is needed when... (16 October 2008)
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  • John Bakewell: Will any of the things in the green paper ever happen? People just want the police to catch criminals. Although there are far more police officers so many are using their time on paper work. ... (18 July 2008)
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  • Arthur Roberts: Mr Owen, it's the same story and the same arguments apply. The Council tax rebate or whatever is another subsidy and your/Labour's answer is even MORE bureaucracy, another form or letter, another... (5 June 2008)
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  • Arthur Roberts: Mr Owen, I am a pensioner, have a bus pass and I live in your constituency in North wales. We have discussed such issues before. All these free services are not free they are paid for by all of... (5 June 2008)
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  • Arthur Roberts: This debate is unbusiness like(with the usual strong hint of Nationalism/tribalism!from SOME quarters)and point scoring by a bunch of very expensive politicians. When will you ever analyse the... (3 April 2008)
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  • John Bakewell: It was great to see Wales winning the Grand Slam. Welsh rugby always used to be great in the past and it is getting that way again. My New Zealand friends put it down to having a Kiwi coach!! ... (20 March 2008)
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  • Arthur Roberts: I commend the Member for Anglesey for putting the case for a fair increase for Anglesey. What I cannot understand, which is the core of this debate, is how such an unacceptable increase of 1% was... (17 January 2008)
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  • John Bakewell: Agree with all your points Mr Owen. However, one thing that irritates me on this line is the connection at Chester for Liverpool. Many people from Anglesey go to Liverpool for various reasons... (9 January 2008)
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