Results 181–200 of 2542 for speaker:Mr Andrew Faulds

Orders of the Day — Tobacco Advertising Bill (11 Feb 1994)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Will the hon. Gentleman give way? It was my Bill—

Bosnia (7 Feb 1994)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that there is increasing concern and anger throughout all the Muslim communities in the world at the appalling lack of decision of the European Union Governments and that, more particularly, there is considerable dismay at Britain's craven conduct in these matters—this country is the leader of the "don't let's do anythings"—under a Christian Foreign...

Business of the House (3 Feb 1994)

Mr Andrew Faulds: When are the Government likely to make a statement about the apology that they should be extending to the Council of Europe, the Western European Union, NATO, foreign visits by CPA and IPU delegations—[Interruption.]—let me finish, If you would—[Interruption.]—I have a much more attractive voice than you silly beggars—because of the non-attendance of British delegations, a Luddite...

Points of Order (31 Jan 1994)

Mr Andrew Faulds: On a point of order, Madam Speaker. May I revert to the matter of the portcullis? Is it not somewhat unfortunate that some years ago the relevant Committee took the decision that the shop downstairs, and I think other outlets as well, were allowed to use the portcullis in their commercial transactions for various bits and pieces of various sorts of commodities? Should that policy not be...

Points of Order (31 Jan 1994)

Mr Andrew Faulds: I am so grateful to my hon. Friend the Member for Bolsover (Mr. Skinner). Should not the hon. Member who misappropriates the portcullis be subject to some sort of penalty?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (25 Jan 1994)

Mr Andrew Faulds: On a point of order, Madam Speaker. I think that you would endorse my view, and the view of many hon. Members who are present, that it is most unusual for a senior Minister, having given us this prepared gibberish, not to yield to hon. Member after hon. Member when there are valid points to be made. Would you occasionally reprimand the Chief Secretary, Madam Speaker, or ask him kindly to...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (25 Jan 1994)

Mr Andrew Faulds: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. Is there, in "Erskine May", any restraint of solo recitation?

Channel Tunnel Rail Link (24 Jan 1994)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Perhaps the right hon. Gentleman will not recall that I was one of the very few Members who totally opposed the channel tunnel project on Second Reading. Is he aware that there is still a small number of us who see nothing in this ill-starred project but financial, ecological and, finally, physical disaster? But, in the interim, what archaeological investigations will be made into the effect...

Channel Tunnel Rail Link (24 Jan 1994)

Mr Andrew Faulds: And I am invariably right.

Opposition Day: National Health Service (20 Jan 1994)

Mr Andrew Faulds: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. Is it not rather inadvisable of this young woman—she supposedly is a Minister—to question the right of hon. Members to table questions, regardless of cost, when she is the most incompetent Minister in an incompetent Government?

NATO Summit (12 Jan 1994)

Mr Andrew Faulds: The Prime Minister reiterates yet again the readiness to use air strikes. Can he explain how, over these many months, no action whatsoever has been taken where it has been desperately necessary, and all we have had have been the mumblings and the bumblings of the Foreign Secretary of this country, and of other western countries in Europe? How has he—or has he—the will to ensure that...

Orders of the Day — Criminal Justice and Public Order Bill (11 Jan 1994)

Mr Andrew Faulds: On a point of order, Madam Speaker. When a Minister says, "Sit down", he is talking to you, Madam Speaker. Will you ask him to withdraw that command?

European Communities (9 Dec 1993)

Mr Andrew Faulds: The right hon. Gentleman made no mention of Macedonia and recognition of that name. Would he care to do so?

Business of the House (9 Dec 1993)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Will the right hon. Gentleman raise with the Prime Minister the conduct of certain of his Ministers? Is he aware that there is a long-standing tradition in the House that any Minister, or Member, who reveals any aspect of the Budget before the Chancellor has spoken had to resign? That was in the good old days when conduct of government was more honest. More recently, such people have had to...

Business of the House (9 Dec 1993)

Mr Andrew Faulds: I am glad that you are listening, Madam Speaker. I wish others would join in. In view of the reprimand, instead of slinking away—undistinguished gentleman that he is—the right hon. Gentleman should have had the courtesy to come to the Dispatch Box and apologise to the House. Will the Leader of the House try to resurrect some form of proper conduct towards the House in Ministers?

Points of Order (1 Dec 1993)

Mr Andrew Faulds: On a point of order, Madam Speaker. I should like to apologise to the House and to you in particular for my rudeness yesterday in using a somewhat inappropriate term when I raised the need for an apology from the Secretary of State for Education for his discourtesy to the House in breaching the Budget deadline, for which you reprimanded him. I regret my verbal misdemeanour—it does not...

Points of Order (30 Nov 1993)

Mr Andrew Faulds: On a point of order, Madam Speaker. [Interruption.] Listen, you berks. [Interruption.]

Points of Order (30 Nov 1993)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Thank you, Madam Speaker. In view of the comments that you have just made, that the House should be properly treated, is it not now incumbent upon the Secretary of State whom you have commented upon to make an apology to the House of Commons?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (28 Oct 1993)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Does the Prime Minister recall that he gained considerable international kudos when he mounted the initiative to safeguard or to try to safeguard the Kurds in northern Iraq? Now that his Government and other European Governments have so abysmally failed the Bosnian Muslims, would he perhaps restore his credibility, even only fractionally, were he to launch an initiative to try to safeguard...

Business of the House (21 Oct 1993)

Mr Andrew Faulds: As conditions in Bosnia can only deteriorate as winter approaches, when can the House have an opportunity to debate these matters and urge on the Government the need for both humanitarian and military measures to ease the plight of the Bosnian Muslims?


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