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Orders of the Day — Economic Situation (18 Mar 1974)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I am grateful to you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for allowing me the opportunity to catch your eye so early in my first Parliament, though I am sorry that it should have come in circumstances of some controversy. I wish at the outset to pay tribute to my predecessor, Sir John Foster, who served both the constituency of Northwich and this House for over 28 years. All who knew him will, I am sure,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prices and Consumer Protection: Bakers (Wholesale Discounts) (17 Mar 1975)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: asked the Secretary of State for Prices and Consumer Protection if she will amend the regulations governing discounts granted by bakers to wholesale customers.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prices and Consumer Protection: Bakers (Wholesale Discounts) (17 Mar 1975)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: Is the Minister aware that the distribution costs of dairy companies distributing bread from milk floats is substantially higher than the distribution costs of supermarkets? Will he accept that if dairy companies withdraw from this activity owing to lack of profitability, the result will bear heavily on old people in rural areas who rely on this service for their bread? Will he reconsider...

Orders of the Day — The Economy (22 May 1975)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: Will the hon. Gentleman tell the House why he thinks that a future incomes policy needs necessarily discriminate against the public sector?

European Security and Co-Operation Conference (15 Jul 1975)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I have listened with interest to the hon. Gentleman's exposition of Soviet motives. What is his explanation of the enormous increase in the military might of the Warsaw Pact countries in recent years?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: India (Foreign Minister) (16 Jul 1975)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs when he next proposes to meet the Foreign Minister of India.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: India (Foreign Minister) (16 Jul 1975)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: Is the Minister of State aware that recent events in India have given cause for great concern to the friends of India in all parts of the House? We look to the Government to make clear to the Indian Government, and those responsible, that what happens in India—without our in any way attempting to interfere in the internal affairs of another country—is of great interest to many countries...

Tarporley and Eaton (Road Traffic) (7 Nov 1975)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I am extremely grateful for this opportunity to raise an important matter concerning present and future traffic conditions in Tarporley and Eaton, and I am grateful personally to the Under-Secretary of State for his presence here so late on a Friday to answer the debate, realising, as I do, that there is an aeroplane ready-to warm up on the tarmac and to take him to his constituency....

Oral Answers to Questions — Industry: Post Office (Review) (1 Dec 1975)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: asked the Secretary of State for Industry whether he will publish the terms of reference of the review of the Post Office.

Oral Answers to Questions — Industry: Post Office (Review) (1 Dec 1975)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that the terms of reference which have been published do not allow any review of the activities of the Post Office outside the scope of the Post Office Act 1969? Will he undertake to publish new terms of reference that allow an objective review of the benefits or otherwise of the continuation of the Post Office monopoly in its present form, and the advantages or...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: South Armagh (4 Dec 1975)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland whether he will make a statement on the Government's policy on military ground patrols in South Armagh.

Northwich (Swing Bridges) (17 Feb 1976)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I am grateful for the opportunity to bring to the attention of the House the important matter of the condition of Town Bridge and Hayhurst Bridge in Northwich and the potentially serious consequences for the town of any failure by the British Waterways Board, which is responsible for the bridges, to exercise the utmost diligence in carrying out its responsibility. Hayhurst Bridge and Town...

Northwich (Swing Bridges) (17 Feb 1976)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I used the example of the time when the bridge was out of action for a short period to illustrate the complete chaos that can result when such a thing happens and to show the serious nature of the danger to the town of the bridges being out of action simultaneously.

Orders of the Day — Road Traffic (Seat Belts) Bill (1 Mar 1976)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: During his opening speech the Minister did not deal with the question of accidents that take place when a vehicle is hit from the side. Nor, indeed, has my hon. Friend dealt with this matter. The Minister dealt with head-on collisions and collisions from behind. However, I should like to point out that my mother-in-law was travelling in the front passenger seat of a car going round Hyde Park...

Orders of the Day — Road Traffic (Seat Belts) Bill (1 Mar 1976)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I should like to correct the hon. Gentleman. My mother-in-law was sitting in the front passenger seat of a car which was, in fact, hit by a taxi coming from the other side. She saw the taxi coming and skilfully leapt to one side and thus avoided being seriously injured. Had she been wearing a seat belt, she would not have been able to leap to the other side and therefore would have been...

Orders of the Day — Road Traffic (Seat Belts) Bill (1 Mar 1976)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: If the hon. Gentleman had seen the state of the car after the accident, he would have been in no doubt at all. Whether the taxi would have been more seriously damaged had my mother-in-law remained where she was and not taken evasive action is another matter.

Petrol (Lead Content) (5 Apr 1976)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I am extremely unhappy with the case deployed by the Government on 4th March for accepting the EEC Directives, which we are now discussing, and the amendment in the name of the hon. Member for Wood Green (Mrs. Butler). I should say that a substantial number of my constituents are employed at a factory of the Associated Octel Company Limited in Northwich, which manufactures lead-based...

Petrol (Lead Content) (5 Apr 1976)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I am grateful to my hon. Friend for that useful point. The report states quite categorically that the most common cause of lead poisoning in children is the ingestion of lead-containing paint. The hon. Member for Erdington said quite rightly that the effects of the various sources of lead pollution are cumulative. It seems to me that it is on the most important areas, not the least important...

Ways and Means: Northwich (Bull Ring Sub-Post Office) (29 Apr 1976)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I am grateful to you, Mr. Speaker, for giving me the opportunity to raise before the House the important matter of the proposed closure of the Bull Ring sub-post office in Northwich, following the retirement of the present tenant next month. I am also grateful to the Under-Secretary of State for staying up until this late hour to answer the debate. I should like to take this opportunity to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Numeracy (3 Aug 1976)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will institute an inquiry into the numeracy of children.


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