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Orders of the Day — Local Government Bill: Strategic Highway Functions in Metropolitan Counties (8 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: Do I understand that the Liberal party is now in favour of quangos rather than directly elected authorities to look after planning in London, or is the hon. Gentleman in favour of centralising power? I think that the country needs to know, and the SDP needs to be told.

Orders of the Day — Local Government Bill: Strategic Highway Functions in Metropolitan Counties (8 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: Will the hon. Gentleman give way.?

Orders of the Day — Local Government Bill: Strategic Highway Functions in Metropolitan Counties (8 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: Does my hon. Friend agree that it is significant that the Minister seeks to rush through the proposal to trunk 65 miles of London's roads without any public inquiry precisely because she has no answers to the type of objections that hon. Members have been raising on constituency grounds because of the obvious implications of trunking, widening those roads and further taking control of...

Orders of the Day — Reform of the House of Lords Bill (5 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: I welcome the fact that my hon. Friend the Member for Wrexham (Dr. Marek) has introduced this Bill. The House should promote a public debate on the existence of the House of Lords. I am surprised that Conservative Members oppose the Bill. However, when the Leader of the House informed the House of the Queen's consent to the Bill, I detected some note of resignation in his voice, because the...

Orders of the Day — Reform of the House of Lords Bill (5 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: The hon. Gentleman has only just come into the Chamber, but he obviously has not had a chance to hear the results of the Brecon and Radnor by-election. I think that his party understands that there is enormous opposition both inside and outside Parliament to the Government. When I show guests and people from overseas around the Houses of Parliament and explain to them how the House of Lords...

Orders of the Day — Miners' Amnesty (General Pardon) Bill (5 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: Friday 25 October.

Orders of the Day — Miners' Amnesty (General Pardon) Bill (5 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: Yes, Sir.

Orders of the Day — Reform of the House of Lords Bill (5 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: What a dreadful thing to say of my hon. Friend.

Orders of the Day — Reform of the House of Lords Bill (5 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: Divine retribution.

Business of the House (4 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that last Friday a High Court judge directed that the Home Secretary should reconsider the case of a Tamil asylum-seeker whom the right hon. and learned Gentleman has tried to remove from this country? In his judgment, the judge described as inhuman the Government's policy towards Tamil asylum-seekers. At the very least, should not the Leader of the House...

Opposition Day: National Health Service (2 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: rose——

Opposition Day: National Health Service (2 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: I shall be brief because this is a short debate. It is regrettably short and I should say at the outset that my interests in the debate are the interests of someone who represents an inner city constituency suffering badly from cuts in the National Health Service expenditure and also as someone sponsored in this House by the National Union of Public Employees. I make no apology for that and...

Opposition Day: National Health Service (2 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: Is my hon. Friend aware that many NHS workers, despite being the lowest paid workers in the public service, have sought first and foremost in every dispute that they have had with their employers to defend the NHS and its service, despite the Government's efforts to split health workers from the NHS and from the patients that they are there to look after?

Tamil Asylum Seekers (1 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: Are you aware, Mr. Speaker, that on Friday the High Court found against the Home Office and directed it to reconsider the case of a Tamil asylum seeker who had been refused leave by the Home Office to remain in Britain? This is a serious matter. Has there been any intimation from the Home Office that it intends to make a statement on its view of the High Court decision and the fate of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Dial-a-Ride (London) (1 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: Will the hon. Lady take this opportunity to assure the House that users of dial-a-ride schemes throughout London will be able to continue to use those schemes and that there will be no cost to existing borough councils in London greater than those which they already pay towards dial-a-ride schemes? Will she ensure that the disabled of London are not forced to pay for her proposals for taking...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: M3 Motorway (Extension) (1 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: When does the Minister expect the road assessment studies to be completed and published?

Policing (London) (28 Jun 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: Will the Minister give way?

Policing (London) (28 Jun 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: What about non-uniformed staff?

Policing (London) (28 Jun 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: The debate is a travesty of the way in which we should discuss the organisation, control and operation of the police force in London. No one can pretend that it is satisfactory, when an organisation spends £800 million a year, to debate it once a year in the House on a Friday morning, with few hon. Members present and with the Home Secretary present for only part of the time, although he is...


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