Results 1601–1620 of 1668 for speaker:Lord Kilclooney

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: (Clauses 2, 15, 26 and 80) (7 May 1986)

John Taylor: Will the hon. Gentleman explain to me, a mere Ulster Unionist Member excluded from the main stream of British politics, why Conservative Members seem to want to avoid this issue?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: (Clauses 2, 15, 26 and 80) (7 May 1986)

John Taylor: And Ulster Unionists.

Northern Ireland (4 Mar 1986)

John Taylor: Has the Secretary of State read the excellent analysis in The Irish Times today of the serious position developing in Northern Ireland by the former Cabinet colleague of the Taoiseach, Dr. Conor Cruise O'Brien? Does he agree with Dr. O'Brien's analysis that the Government rule in Northern Ireland without consent? Does he also agree that the Anglo-Irish agreement can be maintained only by...

Clause 1: Increase of Limit (4 Dec 1985)

John Taylor: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Clause 1: Increase of Limit (4 Dec 1985)

John Taylor: The hon. Gentleman made a tremendously important point, which is beginning to dawn on all the people of Northern Ireland. During the period to which he referred, we had majority rule in Northern Ireland, as the term is generally understood throughout the free nations in western Europe. From 1972 onwards we then had what was called direct rule. Since last week we now have minority rule, and...

Orders of the Day — Anglo-Irish Agreement (27 Nov 1985)

John Taylor: When?

Ethiopia (Famine Relief) (22 Jul 1985)

John Taylor: What was the response of the Ethiopian authorities to the Minister's complaint about the scandalous increases in port charges for food aid from the United Kingdom? As the right hon. Gentleman underlined in his statement that the advantages of the rain had not extended to Eritrea and Tigré, what additional proposals have our Government to assist those two provinces?

Schedule 9: Hospital and Welfare Services (North Down) (17 Jul 1985)

John Taylor: Will the hon. Gentleman give way on that point?

Schedule 9: Hospital and Welfare Services (North Down) (17 Jul 1985)

John Taylor: It is on that very point.

Schedule 9: Hospital and Welfare Services (North Down) (17 Jul 1985)

John Taylor: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Birmingham City Council Bill (By Order): Nephrops Fishing Industry (Portavogie) (4 Jul 1985)

John Taylor: The Minister has emphasised that the scheme will be optional and it is interesting to have that confirmed. He also underlined the fact that there is strong opposition to the scheme by the Portavogie fishermen. If the scheme is optional and one opts out of it, does that mean that one does not have to comply with the grading sizes of nephrops?

Birmingham City Council Bill (By Order): Nephrops Fishing Industry (Portavogie) (4 Jul 1985)

John Taylor: I wish to raise on the Adjournment the problems of the Northern Ireland nephrops industry at Portavogie, County Down, which also relate to the fishing port at Kilkeel, in the constituency of my right hon. Friend the Member for South Down (Mr. Powell). This afternoon we had a debate about improving stability in Northern Ireland. This is the third debate today on Northern Ireland affairs,...

Northern Ireland (4 Jul 1985)

John Taylor: The Dublin Government meets the SDLP after each meeting of the two Prime Ministers.

Orders of the Day — Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol etc.) Bill: Offences in Connection with Alcohol on Coaches and Trains (3 Jul 1985)

John Taylor: The Bill applies only to England and Wales, and I had not thought that it would be necessary for a member from Northern Ireland to speak at this stage. The amendment extends the issue to ferry boats. I was thinking simply in terms of ships sailing from the southern English coast to the continent, but the hon. Member for Bury St. Edmunds (Sir E. Griffiths) mentioned ships going from England...

European Council (Milan) (2 Jul 1985)

John Taylor: In view of the unanimity requirement of the inter-governmental conference and the advance notice given by several member nations that they are opposed to the items on the agenda, what decisions does the Prime Minister anticipate from that conference that were not already available at Milan, if the opportunity had been taken?

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) Act 1978 (26 Jun 1985)

John Taylor: As the right hon. Gentleman quite properly states, the routeing of parades is a matter for the Chief Constable and not the Executive. That being so — and as the right hon. Gentleman in a written reply to me after St. Patrick's day confirmed that the Irish Republic Government had made representations about the routeing of parades in Northern Ireland — will he reject the right of the Dublin...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Act 1974 (26 Jun 1985)

John Taylor: The Minister might resign.

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Act 1974 (26 Jun 1985)

John Taylor: rose—

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Act 1974 (26 Jun 1985)

John Taylor: On that point—

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Act 1974 (26 Jun 1985)

John Taylor: There is a great danger—it often happens in the press and the media in England—of confusing the term "Catholic" with the term "Republican". Thirty eight per cent. of the voters in Northern Ireland adhere to the Catholic religion, but only 30 per cent. are Irish Republicans. I object to the way in which the hon. Gentleman implies that all Catholics are Republicans. The Alliance party has...


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