Results 941–960 of 1043 for speaker:Lord Goodlad

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Milk Marketing Board (12 Jul 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food when he next expects to meet the chairman of the Milk Marketing Board.

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Milk Marketing Board (12 Jul 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: When my right hon. Friend next meets the chairman, will he discuss the arrangements that were recently agreed in Brussels? Does he accept that the butter subsidy and the arrangements for increased payments to milk producers have acted as a direct stimulus to domestic production and have been much welcomed, for example, in my constituency of Cheshire? Will he discuss with the chairman the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: United Nations High Commission for Refugees (11 Jul 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: asked the Lord Privy Seal when he next proposes to meet the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: United Nations High Commission for Refugees (11 Jul 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: In anticipation of those meetings, can my hon. Friend tell the House whether there has been any response from the Government of Vietnam to the representations that have been made to them to desist from their present policy, which is barely distinguishable from genocide? Can he further say whether recent reports in the press that the Government intend to accept for permanent resettlement into...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Security (5 Jul 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will make a statement on security in the Province.

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Security (5 Jul 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: Will my right hon. Friend tell the House how many people have been charged with terrorist offences in the Province in the past 12 months, how many people have been convicted of terrorist offences, and whether he is optimistic about the trend?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister (Engagements) (5 Jul 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: asked the Prime Minister if she will list her official engagements for 5 July.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister (Engagements) (5 Jul 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: Will my right hon. Friend take time today to read the press reports of the decisions taken yesterday by the Labour Party NEC? Does she believe that the decision that the Leader of the Opposition should not nominate life peers to another place is likely to strengthen or weaken parliamentary democracy? Does she regard this as a sinister step on the road to a unicameral legislature?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade: UNCTAD Conference (2 Jul 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: asked the Secretary of State for Trade what action he proposes to take to follow up the results of the UNCTAD conference in Manila.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade: UNCTAD Conference (2 Jul 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: Will my hon. Friend accept that the conference represented a limited, positive step in the right direction and that we congratulate him upon his important role in it? Will he say whether the Government intend to publish a White Paper on the matter and, if so, could he anticipate its contents to the extent of telling us something about the steps that will be taken to remove non-tariff barriers...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Prime Minister (Engagements) (28 Jun 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: asked the Prime Minister if she will list her official engagements for 28 June.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Prime Minister (Engagements) (28 Jun 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: When my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister returns from Japan, will my right hon. Friend discuss with her the report by the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis on the Southall disturbance? Does she agree that the vast majority of people in the Asian community showed great courage and forbearance by not reacting to the provocation of the National Front, and great shrewdness in not...

Petition: Indo-Chinese Refugees (28 Jun 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I am grateful for the opportunity to raise the question of the Indo-Chinese refugees and the nature and extent of the Government's responsibilities towards them. I am particularly grateful to my hon. Friend the Minister of State, who knows Indo-China and the Far East from firsthand experience as well as anyone in the House, for coming here tonight to answer the debate. The last few months...

Orders of the Day — CHESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL BILL [Lords] (By Order) (21 Jun 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I beg to move, That the Bill be now read a Second time. The Bill is promoted by the Cheshire County Council in consultation with the eight district councils in this non-metropolitan county, namely, the borough councils of Warrington, Halton, Ellesmere Port, Vale Royal, Macclesfield, Crewe and Congleton and Chester city council. The purpose of the Bill is to achieve for Cheshire the...

Orders of the Day — CHESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL BILL [Lords] (By Order) (21 Jun 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I am grateful to my hon. Friend for raising this important point. The wording suggested is "the normal course of business as a funeral director". The circumstances in which a funeral is normal or abnormal should be a matter for consideration in Committee. It may be a matter for close scrutiny or for amendments, or perhaps for amendments of amendments. If my hon. Friend would like to pursue...

Orders of the Day — CHESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL BILL [Lords] (By Order) (21 Jun 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: Indeed, the principal argument in favour of clause 29, as in the case of Merseyside, is that a similar provision is now in force in Cheshire under the Cheshire County Council Act 1953 and in certain other local Acts. In practice, the existing local Act provisions have worked well, with the general acceptance of all concerned. It has been found in Cheshire that the existence of the local Act...

Orders of the Day — CHESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL BILL [Lords] (By Order) (21 Jun 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: The appropriate period is a matter of opinion. The hon. Gentleman has studied the matter, so he will know that there are 115 separate precedents for this power. A number of different periods of notice are involved, many of them shorter than three days, a few longer. Given the additional pressures on the police, the need for consideration, for the cancellation of leave and so on, a period of...

Orders of the Day — CHESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL BILL [Lords] (By Order) (21 Jun 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I hope that the hon. Lady is not suggesting that there is any question of there being a riotous assembly in Cheshire—certainly not in my constituency, or hers, I should have thought. It has been the custom to give a week's notice. There have been street processions which have given rise to unhappy incidents, such as in Ellesmere Port in 1971—

Orders of the Day — CHESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL BILL [Lords] (By Order) (21 Jun 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: —eight years ago, when a mass of flying pickets took off on a march along a busy arterial road. That led to chaos, brought traffic to a standstill, left many drivers and other members of the public generally confused and, even more important, placed some people in danger. The police found it necessary to make a number of arrests—45, I believe—and I am told that they are of the opinion...

Orders of the Day — CHESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL BILL [Lords] (By Order) (21 Jun 1979)

Mr Alastair Goodlad: I regret to say that I cannot tell the hon. Lady the exact number, but my hon. Friend the Member for Wirral will try to do so. On the Ellesmere Port occasion, I understand that the assistant chief constable is of the opinion that the procession could have taken place with no unfortunate incident had notice been given in accordance with the statutory powers. Section 3 of the Public Order Act...


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