Results 8501–8520 of 8531 for speaker:Bill Cash

Education (Corporal Punishment) Bill: Punishment Policy (15 Apr 1985)

Bill Cash: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Education (Corporal Punishment) Bill: Punishment Policy (15 Apr 1985)

Bill Cash: Will the hon. Gentleman explain why the Labour party, when in government, did not abolish corporal punishment in schools? The European convention on human rights has been with us for a long time. Furthermore, will he explain why the Labour chairman of Mid-Glamorgan education committee described the campaigners for abolition as just not living in the real world. That quotation comes from The...

Supplementary Benefit (Board and Lodging Payments) (21 Mar 1985)

Bill Cash: Does my hon. Friend agree that it is essential to prevent the abuses in the system that have been developing during the past few years and at the same time ensure that those who will be affected by the announcement will suffer no unnecessary or unreasonable hardship?

Orders of the Day — Interception of Communications Bill (12 Mar 1985)

Bill Cash: Will the right hon. Gentleman give way.

Opposition Day: Unemployment and Industrial Policies (11 Mar 1985)

Bill Cash: What does the Opposition motion really say? It alleges that we have the highest unemployment level this century. It affirms that we should expand the economy, reduce unemployment and develop youth and adult training. It calls for an ending of the decline of manufacturing industry and economic recovery based on investment in British industry, the improvement of infrastructure and a...

Opposition Day: Unemployment and Industrial Policies (11 Mar 1985)

Bill Cash: rose——

Agriculture Council (28 Feb 1985)

Bill Cash: Will my right hon. Friend accept the congratulations of my constituents in Stafford who had certain difficulties about the milk quotas during the by-election? He has achieved considerable success in the recent negotiations. In practical terms, how will policing measures be pursued in the European Commission to ensure that the level of production—for example, in France—has fallen...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Small Businesses (27 Feb 1985)

Bill Cash: Will my hon. Friend confirm that when he continues with his exercise of assistance to small businesses he will produce in due course a legislative framework which will ensure that there is a coherent policy for small businesses?

Orders of the Day — Unborn Children (Protection) Bill (15 Feb 1985)

Bill Cash: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that there should be a presumption in favour of human life?

Orders of the Day — Unborn Children (Protection) Bill (15 Feb 1985)

Bill Cash: Does my hon. Friend agree that it is extremely difficult for anybody to make an assessment of congenital defects that may be observed in an embryo that is less than 14 days old?

Orders of the Day — Unborn Children (Protection) Bill (15 Feb 1985)

Bill Cash: Does the hon. Lady admit that the research that has so far been conducted on the removal of abnormalities and congenital defects is not sufficiently proved and that the entire matter is covered with ifs, buts and maybes?

Oral Answers to Questions — Attorney-General: Coal Industry Dispute (4 Feb 1985)

Bill Cash: Will my right hon. and learned Friend assure the House that, as the strike peters to an end, if and when violence increases in certain areas within the coal mining areas, the most vigorous action will be taken to ensure that the public are protected and that the cases that are brought before the courts are dealt with as quickly as possible?

Orders of the Day — Small Business Bill (18 Jan 1985)

Bill Cash: The first words in the Bill are For the purpose of promoting enterprise and employment". That is the object to which the Bill is directed and to which the Government are committed. Rapidly changing technology is bringing with it a significant change in the nature of employment. As in other countries in the industrialised world, including Socialist countries such as France and Spain, the...

Orders of the Day — Small Business Bill (18 Jan 1985)

Bill Cash: In those days, the economic and fiscal environment for enterprise enabled small businesses—they were all small businesses then — to grow and flourish. Of course, there were problems. The social conditions of those working in many of the new businesses were often appalling. That had to be put right, and our generation will not allow such problems to recur. However, we must continue...

Ethiopia Refugees (18 Dec 1984)

Bill Cash: Will my right hon. Friend explain why only 1·2 million tonnes are being released from the European intervention stocks, n view of the cost of keeping it there, when I was told by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food the other day that 10 million tonnes are currently in surplus in intervention stocks?

Petitions: Human Embryos (14 Dec 1984)

Bill Cash: I beg to ask leave to present a petition signed by residents of the Stafford constituency in response to the Government's request for comments on the Warnock report. I totally agree with the contents of the petition, as I said in the debate on the Warnock report. The petition prays that the House of Commons will take immediate steps to enact legislation which forbids any proceeding which...

Autumn Statement (6 Dec 1984)

Bill Cash: rose—

Autumn Statement (6 Dec 1984)

Bill Cash: rose—

Autumn Statement (6 Dec 1984)

Bill Cash: Has the right hon. Gentleman accurately described what Lord Young said the other day? Did he not in fact say that it was only when young people refuse to take jobs or training that they would perhaps not get supplementary benefit? Will he please answer that question?


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