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Results 4261–4264 of 4264 for speaker:Lord Murphy of Torfaen

Orders of the Day — Urban Development Corporations (Financial Limits) Bill (4 Nov 1987)

Paul Murphy: I am glad to add a Welsh dimension to the debate. I remind the hon. Member for Wyre Forest (Mr. Coombs) that it was Labour, not a Conservative Administration, who introduced urban development corporations. I am glad to see the Under-Secretary of State for Wales on the Government Front Bench because within the next two years the question of urban development corporations will be of concern to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Water Supplies: Rechem International (6 Jul 1987)

Paul Murphy: asked the Secretary of State for Wales whether he will meet the management of Rechem International to discuss the implications for the local environment of the operation of its plant at Pontypool.

Oral Answers to Questions — Water Supplies: Rechem International (6 Jul 1987)

Paul Murphy: I thank the Minister for his useful reply. However, will he investigate reports that large shipments of hazardous waste are being transported secretly from Australia and New Zealand to that plant, causing much anxiety to my constituents? Does he agree that Torfaen is fast becoming the dumping ground for the world's poisons?

Prayers: Tourism (3 Jul 1987)

Paul Murphy: I am grateful to you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for allowing me to speak relatively early in the Session, thus giving me the opportunity to pay tribute at an early stage to my predecessor, Leo Abse. During his 30 years in Parliament, he spent most of his time representing Pontypool and not the new-named constituency of Torfaen. When I talk to hon. Members, they recognise the constituency by the...

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