Results 121–140 of 2542 for speaker:Mr Andrew Faulds

Rhodesia (24 Apr 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Will my right hon. Friend take cognisance of the fact that a committee of the U.N. has recommended that moral and material support should be given to the Zimbabwe Freedom Fighters? Will he take action along those lines?

Immigration Officers (Public Statement) (25 Apr 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: What a sad decline.

Immigration Officers (Public Statement) (25 Apr 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: On a point of order. I should be very grateful, Mr. Speaker, if you could enlighten me on a certain matter. I need a much lesser degree of enlightenment that most of the hon. Gentlemen opposite. I have always understood from older Members of the House that if an hon. Member put in a Private Notice Question and—unfortunately, from his point of view—someone else had done so before him, he...

Immigration Officers (Public Statement) (25 Apr 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Mr. Speaker, you restore both my faith and my spirit. In view of the fact that the claim of these men to impartiality has been invalidated by their actions, is it not quite inconceivable that they can possibly be allowed to continue in their present duties?

Sir Frederick Crawford (Withdrawal of Passport) (14 May 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Are you frightened?

Sir Frederick Crawford (Withdrawal of Passport) (14 May 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: And all those behind you, as well.

Sir Frederick Crawford (Withdrawal of Passport) (14 May 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Why call Sandys if it is a serious debate?

Sir Frederick Crawford (Withdrawal of Passport) (14 May 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: rose—

Sir Frederick Crawford (Withdrawal of Passport) (14 May 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: To back it.

Sir Frederick Crawford (Withdrawal of Passport) (14 May 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: By not recognising the Queen's representative?

Sir Frederick Crawford (Withdrawal of Passport) (14 May 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. We have been forced to listen to the right hon. Gentleman's speech. Would it not now be honourable of him to tell us what convictions forced him, however reluctantly, to attend the anniversary celebrations in Southern Rhodesia House last November?

Sir Frederick Crawford (Withdrawal of Passport) (14 May 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Perhaps he can tell us that.

Sir Frederick Crawford (Withdrawal of Passport) (14 May 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Tell us now.

Sir Frederick Crawford (Withdrawal of Passport) (14 May 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Shoddy little man!

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (Allocation of Time) (21 May 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: On a point of order. I do not wish to spy strangers, but when was this right hon. Gentleman last here?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (Allocation of Time) (21 May 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: A very good maiden speech.

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Charges) (30 May 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: You are going to lose some more votes.

Oral Answers to Questions — Rhodesia (13 Jun 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Hon. Members opposite are a shifty lot.

MR. Cohn-Bendit (Entry into United Kingdom) (13 Jun 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Will my right hon. Friend continue resolutely to resist the blandishments of the Opposition—the sirens were a load of old women too—when they counsel illiberalities alien to the Bitish way of life?

Southern Rhodesia (United Nations Sanctions) Order (17 Jun 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: A rebel's consent?


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