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Orders of the Day — The Economy (13 May 1992)

Brian H Donohoe: I congratulate you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, on your appointment to your elevated position. I am grateful to you for the chance to make my first speech so early in the new Parliament, particularly in a debate on the economy. I begin by paying tribute to my predecessor, David Lambie. I know that, had he been here, he would have wished to contribute to the debate in his normal pleasant style. He...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Brain Tumours (20 May 1992)

Brian H Donohoe: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland how many brain tumours have been detected in children between the ages of five and seven years in the Ayrshire and Arran health board area in the past two years.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Brain Tumours (20 May 1992)

Brian H Donohoe: Is the Minister aware that the figure for 1991–92 stands at eight? If that information is correct and if the figure is based on clusters, as I am informed it is, will he initiate an inquiry?

Opposition Day: Mr. James McColm (16 Jun 1992)

Brian H Donohoe: Thank you for calling me this evening, Madam Speaker—[Interruption.]

Opposition Day: Mr. James McColm (16 Jun 1992)

Brian H Donohoe: I am grateful to you for allowing me this Adjournment debate, Madam Speaker. The case before you is that of Mr. James McColm. I am also indebted for the assistance of the hon. Member for Moray (Mrs. Ewing) and of my hon. Friend the Member for Livingston (Mr. Cook). At 12.30 pm on Sunday, 9 July, 1989, Mr. James McColm who was 69 years old and a war veteran, having been injured in the famous...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Scottish Enterprise (21 Oct 1992)

Brian H Donohoe: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland when he last met the chief executive of Scottish Enterprise to discuss the Scottish economy.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Scottish Enterprise (21 Oct 1992)

Brian H Donohoe: When the right hon. Gentleman met the chairman, did he discuss the Government's intention to cut the training budget of Scottish Enterprise by up to 10 per cent? That cut will mean the loss of £2 million to £3 million from the Ayrshire economy, although it is a part of the country which has already been devastated by high unemployment, not least in south Ayrshire where the mines have...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Scottish Enterprise (21 Oct 1992)

Brian H Donohoe: Yes, Madam Speaker. Will the right hon. Gentleman ensure that the intended training cuts do not go ahead?

Water and Sewerage (Scotland) (17 Nov 1992)

Brian H Donohoe: Will the Secretary of State give us a categorical assurance that, if the vast majority of people say no, he will respect that response—something that he did not do in connection with the consultation on the South Ayrshire general hospital trust and no doubt will not do in connection with the North Ayrshire trust?

Public Expenditure (Scotland) (2 Dec 1992)

Brian H Donohoe: Can the Secretary of State be more specific about the training budget? He referred to statements in the Scottish press about a 10 per cent. reduction, but, when asked, he avoided answering our question regarding the training budget for 1992–93.

MV Braer (Oil Pollution) (11 Jan 1993)

Brian H Donohoe: Why is it that in the past week I received a letter from the Royal National Institute for the Blind and from other voluntary organisations asking for money and why, in this instance, have the Government not given an undertaking that all the costs of those voluntary organisations will be met by the Government? After all, after the fire at Windsor castle, the Government were quick enough to...

Shetlands (MV Braer Incident) (11 Jan 1993)

Brian H Donohoe: Why have I received an appealing letter in the past week from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds on the disaster in the Shetland islands if what the Secretary of State says about compensation being made available to the voluntary organisations is right? Why does not he give a commitment to the House, as the Secretary of State for National Heritage did on Windsor castle, and say...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: WE177 Nuclear Bomb (9 Feb 1993)

Brian H Donohoe: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if he will make a statement on the replacement of the WE177 free-fall nuclear bomb.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: WE177 Nuclear Bomb (9 Feb 1993)

Brian H Donohoe: Will the Secretary of State confirm that the WEI77 replacement will cost £3 billion? Will he accept the advice of the former hon. Member for Beckenham, who, on 22 November 1991, asked the Government to halt the replacement of that most expensive and unnecessary system?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Economy and Employment (3 Mar 1993)

Brian H Donohoe: What progress has the Secretary of State made in pursuing companies that came to Irvine, were given massive grants and have now left without repaying any money to Scottish Enterprise? What progress has been made towards recovering this money?

Scottish Government (White Paper) (9 Mar 1993)

Brian H Donohoe: The Secretary of State made reference in his statement to the fact that no nominations had been received from any Labour representative for the health boards or NHS trusts. That is wrong, and the right hon. Gentleman seriously misled the House.

Scottish Government (White Paper) (9 Mar 1993)

Brian H Donohoe: Inadvertently, Madam Speaker.

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill [Lords] (23 Mar 1993)

Brian H Donohoe: At several meetings with the Scottish Dairy Trade Federation and farmers' organisations, I have heard great concern expressed about what will happen to the boards' assets on their dissolution. Can the Minister give some information or a sign of what he intends to do with their assets?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: French Fishermen (Attacks) (25 Mar 1993)

Brian H Donohoe: To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food what discussions he has had with the French authorities to protect consignments of British fish from attacks by French fishermen; and if he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: French Fishermen (Attacks) (25 Mar 1993)

Brian H Donohoe: Given the obvious frustration among both the French and British fishing communities, not least because of the massive downturn in fish prices at the quayside which they are having to put up with, why do prices in the shops remain at a high level? Given that fact, will the Minister instigate an inquiry?


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