Results 2361–2380 of 2542 for speaker:Mr Andrew Faulds

Business of the House (7 Nov 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Will my right hon. Friend draw the attention of those responsible to the fact that the new television annunciators scattered about the House are neither as efficient nor as arresting as the old ticker machines, which were also cheaper? May we have the old ones returned?

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address (4 Nov 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Cheap. Shoddy.

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address (4 Nov 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: I am a good judge of character—shoddy little man.

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address (4 Nov 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Excellent speech.

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address (4 Nov 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Give way.

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address (4 Nov 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Give way.

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address (4 Nov 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Answer.

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address (4 Nov 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Answer.

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address (4 Nov 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: What about the police?

Rhodesia (Minister's Visit) (1 Nov 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: As the hon. Member is.

Rhodesia (Minister's Visit) (1 Nov 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Why was it not made a condition of the visit to Salisbury of the Minister without Portfolio that he should be free to see whomsoever he wished to see? Moreover, if he is free to do so when he gets there, will some regard be paid to the African majority point of view?

Rhodesia (Minister's Visit) (1 Nov 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: I asked about it being a condition.

Business of the House (31 Oct 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: As the Official Opposition are in the process yet again, under their present leadership, of making a fool of themselves on Monday—[Interruption.]—is it not a relief to find that hon. Gentlemen opposite are not quite as moribund as they look?

Business of the House (31 Oct 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: As the Official Opposition are in the process, once again, under their- present leadership, of making a fool of themselves about Monday's business—

Business of the House (31 Oct 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: I have given my preface. Perhaps I might now ask my question. Will my right hon. Friend consider approaching the Tory Chief Whip, who is more sensible and responsible in these matters than his leader, about the possibility of new arrangements for Monday?

Southern Rhodesia (22 Oct 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Can my right hon. Friend tell me whether the Africans have been consulted as to their attitude on this matter?

Southern Rhodesia (22 Oct 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: It would increase the area.

Southern Rhodesia (22 Oct 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Why unknowingly?

Southern Rhodesia (22 Oct 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Less credit to you.

Southern Rhodesia (22 Oct 1968)

Mr Andrew Faulds: The hon. and learned Member for Darwen (Mr. Fletcher-Cooke) was good enough to mention my attitude towards the use of force. He was quite wrong when he said that it was a question of force or a compromise. We could let the whole affair grind on until the white Southern Rhodesians are sensible of their sufferings, as they will be, and of their total international unacceptability, or, better...


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