Results 101–120 of 2542 for speaker:Mr Andrew Faulds

Millennium Exhibition (28 Feb 1996)

Mr Andrew Faulds: A brief answer, please.

Scott Report (26 Feb 1996)

Mr Andrew Faulds: The dissertation of the right hon. Member for North Wiltshire (Mr. Needham) might be more relevant on another occasion, when the House is discussing business ethics. Tonight, we are debating the Scott report—the hon. Gentleman occasionally alluded to it. Both law officers, the Solicitor-General and the Attorney-General, according to the definition in the "Oxford Companion to Law"—I...

Scott Report (26 Feb 1996)

Mr Andrew Faulds: I make better speeches than pretend parliamentarians with their dishonourable records. He is an Attorney-General, incidentally, who has never questioned the fact that the Tory party is funded in large part by a crowd of crooks and fraudsters. Any denials? There seem to be none, despite my prompting. Then there is the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, a man born to the purple who practises...

Scott Report (15 Feb 1996)

Mr Andrew Faulds: On a point of order, Madam Speaker.

Scott Report (15 Feb 1996)

Mr Andrew Faulds: No. This is a new practice.

Scott Report (15 Feb 1996)

Mr Andrew Faulds: rose—

Scott Report (15 Feb 1996)

Mr Andrew Faulds: I have done so, under protest.

Scott Report (15 Feb 1996)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Is it not the case that the report makes clear that the guidelines were changed, that certain named Ministers changed them, however much they have forgotten the significance of the change in the words, and in that case, why was the House lied to?

Points of Order (16 Jan 1996)

Mr Andrew Faulds: On a point of order, Madam Speaker. Could the House divide on the use of the word "odious" by my hon. Friend the Member for Halifax (Mrs. Mahon) as regards the Home Secretary?

Madrid Summit (18 Dec 1995)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Thank you, Madam Speaker. Was there any discussion in Madrid that because of the plasticity of European purpose, or perhaps lack of policy, America had to step in to sort out the Bosnian imbroglio and bring just the possibility of peace?

Business of the House (14 Dec 1995)

Mr Andrew Faulds: No quoting.

Business of the House (14 Dec 1995)

Mr Andrew Faulds: He is.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (5 Dec 1995)

Mr Andrew Faulds: On a point of order, Madam Speaker. May I draw to your attention the happy fact that, after 15 months, I am back in service?

Orders of the Day — Bosnia (19 Jul 1995)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Will the Secretary of State give way?

Orders of the Day — Bosnia (19 Jul 1995)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Will the Secretary of State give way?

Orders of the Day — Bosnia (19 Jul 1995)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Will the Secretary of State give way on Gorazde?

Orders of the Day — Bosnia (19 Jul 1995)

Mr Andrew Faulds: This is very important.

Orders of the Day — Bosnia (19 Jul 1995)

Mr Andrew Faulds: I am most grateful for that reconsideration. Very courteous. The right hon. Gentleman—[Interruption.] If you will be quiet, you will hear what I have got to say. I do not mean you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, but the others. The right hon. Gentleman made the assertion a little earlier that the British troops in Yugoslavia had done a magnificent job. None of us disputes that. He said that there had...

Business of the House (18 Jul 1995)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that his assurance about a recall of the House was perhaps not quite as categoric as it should have been? May we have an absolute assurance that, if this Government of supine gentlemen plan a retreat from Bosnia, in the scuttle they intend, the House has a chance to debate the matter before it is done?

Business of the House (18 Jul 1995)

Mr Andrew Faulds: Bloody disgrace.


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