Results 17121–17129 of 17129 for speaker:Jack Straw

Finance Bill: Continuation of Regulator Powers (5 Jul 1979)

Jack Straw: The equity concerned was not £5,000 but £60,000. I am pleased to say that the National Enterprise Board and the Industrial and Commercial Finance Corporation are making a healthy return on their money. It was not a question of its being an unprofitable investment. It was and is profitable, but the financial institutions were too blind to invest in it. They were not properly geared...

Finance Bill: Continuation of Regulator Powers (5 Jul 1979)

Jack Straw: How can one reduce public expenditure in a way which is popular and which does not increase unemployment?

Finance Bill: Continuation of Regulator Powers (5 Jul 1979)

Jack Straw: Will the hon. Member give way?

European Community (Agriculture Ministers' Meeting) (22 Jun 1979)

Jack Straw: Does the Minister remember that in the Conservative Party manifesto there was a categorical statement that We will insist on a freeze in CAP prices for products —not just milk— in structural surplus"? Does the right hon. Gentleman further recall that only at the beginning of this week he made a statement in Luxembourg to the effect that he would support wholeheartedly a general...

Members of Parliament and Ministers (Pay) (21 Jun 1979)

Jack Straw: Is the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster aware that, with respect, he was in error in suggesting to the House that the Government have treated the Review Body's proposals on Members' pay consistently with the manner in which the Government have treated other Review Body proposals on pay? Is he aware that in respect of doctors and dentists—the nearest analogue to Members of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Driving Tests (20 Jun 1979)

Jack Straw: When examining the question of recruiting more driving examiners, will the hon. Gentleman pay particular attention to the needs of Blackburn and the North-West, where the waiting times, at 29 weeks and 27½ weeks respectively, compare with an average of 26 weeks in the United Kingdom as a whole?

Orders of the Day — European Community (Aircraft Noise) (19 Jun 1979)

Jack Straw: Will the hon. Gentleman tell the House whether, in accepting the extension of the Community's authority, he is asking us to believe—as the directive does—that the disparity in aircraft noise: may … directly affect the functioning of the Common Market"?

Orders of the Day — European Community (Aircraft Noise) (19 Jun 1979)

Jack Straw: That is not what it says in the directive.

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (13 Jun 1979)

Jack Straw: The hon. Member for Aberdeenshire, East (Mr. McQuarrie) has made an eloquent and compassionate speech, and I offer him my congratulations. When my predecessor, Barbara Castle, made her maiden speech 34 years ago, she made a promise, with suitable apologies to Mrs. Malaprop, that in her career in this House she would be the "pineapple of politeness". As the right hon. Member for Heywood and...


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