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Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Pergau Dam (21 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what consideration has been given to withdrawing from the Pergau dam project.

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Pergau Dam (21 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: Given that it is now clear that the ODA contribution to the Pergau dam project has been used to facilitate the accumulation of massive profits from privatisation for a few rich Malaysian individuals, will the Minister consider asking the Malaysian Government whether they believe that overseas aid is being abused?

Oral Answers to Questions — Dogs (16 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: Will the Minister explain how the Government could possibly help the nation to clean up its dog mess when they cannot even clear up their own mess?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (15 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: To ask the Prime Minister if he will list his official engagements for Tuesday 15 March.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (15 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: On top of all the tax increases that he will impose in April, how can the Prime Minister justify the new insurance premium tax, which will hit hardest those who live in areas of high crime, such as my constituency? Is not the truth that, while Labour is tough on crime and on the causes of crime, the right hon. Gentleman's Government are tough just on the victims of crime?

Orders of the Day — Opposition Day: Sex Discrimination (10 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: Does my hon. Friend agree that a similar position exists in cricket? This year, the British women's cricket team enjoyed the spectacular success of winning the world cup, but they had to be presented with the trophy on the pitch, because women are not allowed in the long room at Lord's.

Orders of the Day — Opposition Day: Sex Discrimination (10 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: Does the hon. Lady agree that there is still a long way to go? Four per cent. of the judiciary are women; 3 per cent. of university professors are women; 4 per cent. of the current Government are women. A very low percentage of women seem to be rising to the top of their professions.

Orders of the Day — Opposition Day: Sex Discrimination (10 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: Will the hon. Lady give way?

Orders of the Day — Opposition Day: Sex Discrimination (10 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: rose—

Orders of the Day — Opposition Day: Sex Discrimination (10 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: Will the hon. Lady give way?

Orders of the Day — Opposition Day: Sex Discrimination (10 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: rose—

Orders of the Day — Opposition Day: Sex Discrimination (10 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: The hon. Gentleman raises an important issue in women's equality. I certainly agree with him that women have had a terrible time attempting to break into sport. Does he agree that the current practice of sex testing for female athletes—which gives the impression that, if a female athlete has competed and won, she might be a man so she must be tested to check that she is not—is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Crime, London (10 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many representations he has received from the London SW1 postal district about the relationship between law enforcement and rising crime.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Crime, London (10 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: Does the Minister agree with the gracious Queen of Belize, who is normally resident in SW1, who recently said that increasing levels of crime—

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Crime, London (10 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: Does the Minister agree with the comments made by a well-known resident of SW1 that increased crime prevention will not solve rising crime levels unless it is accompanied by a look at the root causes of the disease?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Taxation (3 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what assessment he has made of the impact of the Government's tax policies on the economic well-being of the poorest 10 per cent. of wage earners.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Taxation (3 Mar 1994)

Angela Eagle: Will the Chancellor confirm that after his massive tax hikes of the next two years, the bottom 10 per cent. of people will pay 25 per cent. of their gross income in taxation? After the tax cuts of the 1980s, one third of which went to the top 1 per cent. of super-rich, with the bottom 10 per cent. receiving little or nothing, how can the Chancellor justify making the poorer taxpayers carry...

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Security: Family Credit (28 Feb 1994)

Angela Eagle: How can the Minister justify subsidising very low-paying, exploitative employers by using a benefit in that way? Should not we be trying to increase the wages paid by such employers, rather than subsidising them with taxpayers' money?

New Clause 1: Loading and Unloading at Large Shops on Sunday Morning (23 Feb 1994)

Angela Eagle: Some hon. Members—including me—voted on the options before us after saying, in points of order, that the way in which we were being asked to vote was wrong, and that employment protection should have been debated first. We voted conditionally, on the basis of what that employee protection—

New clause 3: Amendment of Law Relating to (21 Feb 1994)

Angela Eagle: I have been listening to what the Home Secretary has said about the maturity of 16-year-old boys and I do not understand why he is making a distinction between those who are homosexual and those who are heterosexual. Is he not arguing that there should be a difference in the ages of consent for men and for women and that the age of consent for all boys should be 18 rather than 16? I do not...


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