Results 21–40 of 310 for speaker:Mr Andy King

Opposition Day: Public Services (17 Nov 1997)

Mr Andy King: I am amazed by some of the comments from Liberal Democrat Members: they clearly do not speak to hospital staff in their constituencies. Staff have thanked me for the extra allocation to the health service. They have said, "Thank you for helping us this winter. This is the first time in our memory that there has been proper planning for a winter crisis before it happens instead of everyone...

Opposition Day: Public Services (17 Nov 1997)

Mr Andy King: We like it.

Opposition Day: Public Services (17 Nov 1997)

Mr Andy King: She likes beards.

Opposition Day: Public Services (17 Nov 1997)

Mr Andy King: I hope that we shall soon put right the matter of Tory placepeople, who are still in the health service, doing a great disservice to the health service.

Opposition Day: Public Services (17 Nov 1997)

Mr Andy King: I do wish that the right hon. Lady would come to Rugby, where I live, because it was rife with Tory placepeople. When the trust was established, every single person who was not a Tory placeperson was immediately dismissed from the trust—or proposed trust. The fiasco ended with the trust crumbling, just before the general election. The chairman, chief executive and everyone else resigned,...

Opposition Day: Public Services (17 Nov 1997)

Mr Andy King: Shall I continue?

Opposition Day: Welfare, Pensions and Disabled People (1 Dec 1997)

Mr Andy King: I have never heard so much rubbish in all my life as I have listened to for the past three hours from those hypocrites opposite me—

Opposition Day: Welfare, Pensions and Disabled People (1 Dec 1997)

Mr Andy King: I hope, Mr. Deputy Speaker, that that is not unparliamentary language. Indeed, I am only quoting a previous Conservative Prime Minister, who referred to you as "organised hypocrisy". That is what we have witnessed this afternoon again. It is what we witnessed time and again when you were in power during the past 18 years. You did nothing for disabled people or for lone parents; you certainly...

Opposition Day: Welfare, Pensions and Disabled People (1 Dec 1997)

Mr Andy King: I do apologise, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for not addressing you directly. I was of course referring to Conservative Members. I shall try not to fall into that trap again. Let us look at what we inherited from the Conservatives. We said from the start that we would operate within the constrictions of the Budget bequeathed to us by the Conservatives for the first two years—a Budget that included...

Opposition Day: Welfare, Pensions and Disabled People (1 Dec 1997)

Mr Andy King: I do apologise, Mr. Deputy Speaker, if I fell asleep while Opposition Members were speaking. They certainly tried the patience of all of us this afternoon, but I tried to stay awake, and yes I do agree with my hon. Friend on this side, thank you very much. [Interruption.] I agree on this side, that we are going to make these proposals work. [Interruption.] I am sorry, but we have been in...

Opposition Day: Welfare, Pensions and Disabled People (1 Dec 1997)

Mr Andy King: No; I am sorry. We are running out of time. We are actually going to assist lone parents with child care after school. A million places will be available, not just during term time, but during the holiday period, when those parents need that sort of assistance. The system will be flexible. At the moment, there are slightly more than 3,000 such schemes. We shall provide 30,000 such schemes,...

Opposition Day: Welfare, Pensions and Disabled People (1 Dec 1997)

Mr Andy King: The hon. Lady is scaremongering.

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Professional Training (9 Dec 1997)

Mr Andy King: Can my hon. Friend assure me that, in the light of the small trusts that collapsed and were clearly a disaster under the Conservatives, such as Rugby national health service trust, which left us with rubble in place of a robust local health service, there will be clear criteria and guidance to protect local services that should be delivered locally and should not be taken away by predatory,...

Anne Bullen (4 Feb 1998)

Mr Andy King: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker.

Anne Bullen (4 Feb 1998)

Mr Andy King: I believe that I have a point of order. I am a new Member too, Mr. Deputy Speaker, so I seek some clarification from you. The right hon. and learned Gentleman is making unsubstantiated allegations and is not willing to answer one question—

New clause 21: Corporal Punishment (24 Mar 1998)

Mr Andy King: He lost. He was beaten badly.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Algeria (12 May 1998)

Mr Andy King: If he will make a statement on UK relations with Algeria. [40514]

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Algeria (12 May 1998)

Mr Andy King: I thank my hon. Friend for that reply. Does he agree that the price of victory and the power struggle in Algeria is being paid for with the bodies of innocent women and children?

Opposition Day: Hospital Waiting Lists (16 Jun 1998)

Mr Andy King: The hon. Gentleman should be supporting us.


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