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Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Falkland Islands (25 Apr 1983)

Mr Anthony Fell: Who is "she"?

Orders of the Day — 10TH Allotted Day: East Anglia (19 Apr 1983)

Mr Anthony Fell: Will the right hon. Gentleman give way?

Orders of the Day — 10TH Allotted Day: East Anglia (19 Apr 1983)

Mr Anthony Fell: The right hon. Gentleman's argument is mischievous.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Serpell Report (16 Mar 1983)

Mr Anthony Fell: What does my right hon. Friend mean by "the necessary public debate"?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Victoria and Albert Museum (Grant) (7 Mar 1983)

Mr Anthony Fell: Would it be possible for my right hon. Friend to see that the management runs the Victoria and Albert museum, instead of the staff?

Concessionary Television Licences for Old Age Pensioners (26 Oct 1982)

Mr Anthony Fell: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. In the last 10 minutes, there has been a slightly unsavoury episode in the House. After the Bill was moved and presented, it was quite obvious that the hon. Member for Newham, North-West (Mr. Lewis), an old colleague of mine, was having fun and indulging—

Pensions (Scott Report) (22 Oct 1982)

Mr Anthony Fell: Can my hon. Friend cut all this short by agreeing that the only way to get rid of this problem is to win the battle against inflation, and that the only way to do that is to stop index-linked pensions for all civil servants and for all Members of the House of Commons?

Oral Answers to Questions — House of Commons: Bridge Street Site (28 Jun 1982)

Mr Anthony Fell: Is my right hon. Friend aware that if this proliferation of Committees continues, hon. Members will not need any offices?

Employment Bill (Allocation of Time) (20 Apr 1982)

Mr Anthony Fell: Breathtaking.

Orders of the Day — Supply of Goods and Services Bill: Falkland Islands (2 Apr 1982)

Mr Anthony Fell: Who says that we are not able to defend it?

Oral Answers to Questions — Energy: North Sea Oil (8 Feb 1982)

Mr Anthony Fell: Is the Minister aware that any speeding up of gas exploration in the North Sea would provide at least some assistance for the town of Yarmouth, which is currently very hard pressed by unemployment?

Greater London Council (House of Lords Judgment) (17 Dec 1981)

Mr Anthony Fell: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. I hope that you will forgive me for raising this point with you, Mr. Speaker, but I had always understood that there was no question of arguing, in any respect, about a ruling that you had given on an application under Standing Order No. 9. For about three minutes, the Leader of the Opposition has not only argued, but has made the points that he will raise...

Orders of the Day — Television Licence Fee (Pensioners) (16 Dec 1981)

Mr Anthony Fell: If the hon. Lady is so keen for pensioners to have this wonderful panorama of the world, why does she not wish them to have colour television, which would be the easiest thing in the world? Most of them have black and white television. The hon. Lady has referred to their poverty. I have said that they should pay no licence fee at all.

Orders of the Day — Television Licence Fee (Pensioners) (16 Dec 1981)

Mr Anthony Fell: I did not intend to speak in the debate. I have not spoken in any debate for some time. I am slightly nervous about suggesting that it might be sensible to get rid of the present system of funding the BBC, but I am now emboldened to do so. The present system should be replaced by a television network financed by the sale of advertising time. That approach has been laughed at and not taken...

Orders of the Day — Television Licence Fee (Pensioners) (16 Dec 1981)

Mr Anthony Fell: My right hon. Friend says that it would provide a worse service if the money were all raised by advertising, but that is precisely what we want, is it not? As it is, we have the whole nation glued to the idiot box.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: London (28 Jul 1981)

Mr Anthony Fell: That is racialism.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Medical Insurance and Treatment (14 Jul 1981)

Mr Anthony Fell: Who are "them" and "us"?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Medical Insurance and Treatment (14 Jul 1981)

Mr Anthony Fell: l merely asked the question because the hon. Gentleman used that phrase. What does he mean by it?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Reduction of Lifetime Rates (12 May 1981)

Mr Anthony Fell: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?


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