Results 10141–10142 of 10142 for speaker:Damian Green

Orders of the Day — The Economy and European Affairs (20 May 1997)

Damian Green: Thank you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for allowing me to join the throng of those making their maiden speeches this evening. I congratulate the hon. Member for Welwyn Hatfield (Miss Johnson) on jumping that particular hurdle shortly before me. Unlike the makers of some of the previous maiden speeches, I am in the happy position of being able to pay a warm tribute to my predecessor with no ambiguity...

Bank of England and Financial Regulation (20 May 1997)

Damian Green: Will the Chancellor acknowledge that Opposition Members are genuinely afraid that the Government are prepared to ride roughshod over the interests of Parliament? In light of that, will he consider giving the House some say in appointing the members of the Monetary Policy Committee and the two deputy Governors? For instance, will he consider allowing the Treasury Select Committee to interview...

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