Results 141–160 of 6892 for speaker:Gerald Kaufman

Oral Answers to Questions — Solicitors (Conveyancing Charges) (19 Apr 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: asked the Attorney-General what action he is taking to implement the recommendations in Report No. 164 of the National Board for Prices and Incomes, Command Paper No. 4624, with regard to the reduction of conveyancing charges by solicitors.

Oral Answers to Questions — Solicitors (Conveyancing Charges) (19 Apr 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: Recalling that when the National Board for Prices and Incomes made recommendations for increases in solicitors' charges, those increases were implemented with all due speed, in one case at a considerably higher level than had been suggested, should not the Government ensure that these charges are reduced so that would-be home owners may be helped—apart from enabling the Government on this...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Investment (19 Apr 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: Would not the greatest contribution that the Government could make be to withdraw the Bill abolishing investment grants which was so misguidedly introduced before Parliament and which will reduce investment in those areas where it is most needed?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Northern Ireland (22 Apr 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: Can the hon. Gentleman say what progress has been made in tracking down the murderers of the three young soldiers, as the Catholic community, in particular, in Northern Ireland is anxious that the perpetrators of this filthy crime should be discovered?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Mr. Menachem Beigin (22 Apr 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: While no one of decent sensibilities would have other than contempt and loathing for Mr. Beigin and his record, would not it be as well to allow him here so that he might learn a little democracy, just as members of the El Fatah terrorist organisation who are shortly to come here may also learn a little democracy in this country?

Orders of the Day — Travel Agents and Tour and Charter Operators Regis- Tration Bill (23 Apr 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: On a point of order. If objections are to be made to Bills—objections which are at the instigation of the hon. Member for St. Albans (Mr. Goodhew)—could they be made by him instead of by the hon. Member for Ipswich (Mr. Money)?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Canada (United Kingdom Citizens) (26 Apr 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: If there is to be parity between British and Canadian citizens in these matters, can the hon. Gentleman say what group of citizens he is suggesting the Canadian Government should discriminate against in the same way as French-Canadian citizens will be discriminated against by this Government under the patrial Clause of the Immigration Bill?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: £ Sterling (27 Apr 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what is the purchasing power of the £ sterling now, taking it as 100p on 18th June, 1970.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: £ Sterling (27 Apr 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that the furtiveness of that reply conceals the fact that since the Government came to power and pursued the inflationary policies for which they are responsible a man on average earnings has lost £1·68 from his pay packet and that by the time the old-age pensioners finally get their long-delayed increase next September the value of that £1 increase will be only...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Save-As-You-Rent Schemes (28 Apr 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: Will the Minister intervene to stop the Manchester City Council from going ahead with its disgraceful, gimmicky scheme of council house sales, which it has just announced? As there are in my constituency thousands of people who, as a result of Tory control of Manchester over the past four years, are living in the most abysmal, squalid and filthy slum conditions, will he stop this and...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment (29 Apr 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: Yes, you are.

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Services: Earnings-Related Pension Scheme (4 May 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what further progress has been made since 1st April in the Government's consideration of the reconstruction of the national insurance scheme, particularly as regards the earnings rule for retirement pensioners.

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Services: Earnings-Related Pension Scheme (4 May 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that letters I receive from my constituents urge upon me that the recent relaxation of the earnings rule on retirement pensions is tinkering with the problem, which can only be effectively solved by the abolition of the earnings rule? Can he assure us that the review announced by his right hon. Friend will include the abolition of the earnings rule for pensioners?

Orders of the Day — Investment and Building Grants Bill (5 May 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: A £600 million surplus.

Orders of the Day — Investment and Building Grants Bill (5 May 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: Mr. Kaufman rose—

Orders of the Day — Investment and Building Grants Bill (5 May 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: It is true.

Business of the House (6 May 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: In view of the outrageous occurrence last night when seven Northern Ireland Members voted to take away investment grant from Great Britain which they have made sure of keeping for their own industry in Northern Ireland, will the Leader of the House undertake to bring before the House next week a Bill to take away from Northern Ireland Members the right to vote in this House on matters...

Orders of the Day — Rents and Rates (6 May 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: Give us the figures for Manchester.

Orders of the Day — Rents and Rates (6 May 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: No, we can do without him.

Orders of the Day — Rents and Rates (6 May 1971)

Gerald Kaufman: As the right hon. Gentleman is speaking of council house rents, and because it is important that the people of Manchester know this before next Thursday, will he confirm or deny a statement made by an official spokesman of Manchester City Council that the reorganisation of subsidies which he is proposing will add £1 per week to the average Manchester Corporation dwelling?


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