Results 1541–1560 of 1671 for speaker:Lord Kilclooney

Northern Ireland (Appropriation) (12 Mar 1990)

John Taylor: The hon. Member obviously does not know that the term "North of Ireland" is distasteful and offensive to most people in Northern Ireland.

Northern Ireland (Appropriation) (12 Mar 1990)

John Taylor: That is nonsense.

Northern Ireland (Appropriation) (12 Mar 1990)

John Taylor: Northern Ireland.

Northern Ireland (Appropriation) (12 Mar 1990)

John Taylor: I fully support the hon. Gentleman's theme about the IDB. However, does he support the separate existence of LEDU? There are proposals that LEDU should be abolished and incorporated into the IDB. Many of us involved in business in Northern Ireland would resent that.

Northern Ireland (Appropriation) (12 Mar 1990)

John Taylor: Yes.

Northern Ireland (Appropriation) (12 Mar 1990)

John Taylor: Northern Ireland.

Northern Ireland (Terrorism) (12 Mar 1990)

John Taylor: I have a simple question: how could a Secretary of State for Northern Ireland campaign for a Conservative candidate in East Belfast when the Conservative association there wants integration and the Secretary of State says that he is against it?

Northern Ireland (Terrorism) (12 Mar 1990)

John Taylor: Does the Secretary of State recall his predecessor's statement the day after the Anglo-Irish Agreement was signed on 15 November 1985 that article 1 confirmed that the Republic of Ireland accepted the status of Northern Ireland within the United Kingdom? Following last week's judgment in Dublin, will the Secretary of State repeat word for word what his predecessor said in presenting the...

Northern Ireland (Terrorism) (12 Mar 1990)

John Taylor: I am afraid that the Secretary of State does not grasp my point. I am talking not about the future status of Northern Ireland, nor about the attitude of the Dublin Government towards the future status of Northern Ireland, but about the present status of Northern Ireland, which in United Kingdom terms is exactly the same today as it was in 1985, subject to the introduction of the Anglo-Irish...

Motor Trade (Consumer Protection) Bill: Agriculture (6 Feb 1990)

John Taylor: This is a debate on United Kingdom agriculture and the Minister is responsible in Brussels for the whole of the United Kingdom, even though in the Northern Ireland Office we have a Minister and an Under-Secretary responsible for Northern Ireland agriculture. We never have the opportunity of debating Ulster agriculture here, so that Under-Secretary is not answerable either to the people of...

Motor Trade (Consumer Protection) Bill: Agriculture (6 Feb 1990)

John Taylor: And the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.

Business of the House (1 Feb 1990)

John Taylor: It is becoming increasingly obvious that there is division within the Government on devolution, as borne out by the recent speech by the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland in favour of it and another speech by the hon. Member for Stirling (Mr. Forsyth) which dismissed devolution as constitutional nonsense. Will the Leader of the House bring forward a motion as soon as possible to...

Hill Farming (30 Jan 1990)

John Taylor: While one welcomes any statement by Her Majesty's Government that support for hill farmers will be increased, we require clarification. The statement given to us says: incomes of livestock producers in our hill and upland areas are forecast to fall in 1989-1990, following an increase in Great Britain in the previous year … my colleagues and I are proposing to increase the rate of hill...

Hill Farming (30 Jan 1990)

John Taylor: The Minister said that that represented a significant commitment to the hill and upland areas of the United Kingdom. In my experience during the past 10 years, the European Community recognises the difference between Great Britain and the United Kingdom. As the Minister referred to Great Britain and the United Kingdom in the same sentence, will he tell the House whether his increase applies...

Fisheries Council (20 Dec 1989)

John Taylor: It would be churlish not to congratulate the Secretary of State on the general success of the talks in Brussels. He said that there were four members in the United Kingdom ministerial team. Which Minister represented the interests of the Northern Ireland fishing industry in the discussions? The matter of decommissioning is for another day, but I should like answers to one or two questions...

Hong Kong (20 Dec 1989)

John Taylor: The Secretary of State may not be aware of the close relationship that has developed between Northern Ireland and many families in Hong Kong in the past decade. Many thousands of Hong Kong citizens now live in Northern Ireland, and they have turned out to be first-class and welcome people in the Province. They provide employment in the catering industry and electronics, and many Hong Kong...

Education Reform (Northern Ireland) (13 Dec 1989)

John Taylor: Does the hon. Gentleman understand why the Government introduced the fair employment legislation in the form of a Bill, but introduced this much more important piece of legislation on education reform in the form of an order?

Education Reform (Northern Ireland) (13 Dec 1989)

John Taylor: If a school opted to become an integrated school and was accepted as such, but after a time failed to comply with the conditions and criteria which the Minister has just described, what kind of school would it be? Could it convert back to being some other form of school?

County Down Fishermen (13 Dec 1989)

John Taylor: If such an event took place and a court hearing was held in which a United Kingdom skipper was involved, would he be restricted to employing an Isle of Man legal representative?

County Down Fishermen (13 Dec 1989)

John Taylor: Last week, when the decision was made to have an Adjournment debate on the fishing industry in County Down in Northern Ireland, I was overjoyed because there has been a problem for our fishermen in Portavogie, Kilkeel—I am glad to see the hon. Member for South Down (Mr. McGrady) here—and Ardglass. Little did I know that by this time tonight I would have the flu. My temperature is somewhat...


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