Results 181–200 of 325 for speaker:Mr David Ginsburg

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health: Kidney Machines (7 Mar 1966)

Mr David Ginsburg: I thank my right hon. Friend for his encouraging reply. Will he press on with developments in this respect? How does this country compare with other countries in this field of medicine?

Oral Answers to Questions — Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp (Prisoners) (7 Nov 1966)

Mr David Ginsburg: May I reinforce what my right hon. Friend has said and ask the Foreign Secretary whether this concentration camp was inspected by the International Red Cross as a proper prisoner-of-war camp should be? May I plead with him to use his humanity and even go to the extent of personally interviewing the people concerned?

Oral Answers to Questions — Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp (Prisoners) (7 Nov 1966)

Mr David Ginsburg: I asked my right hon. Friend whether this camp was inspected by the International Red Cross or the Swiss Government, and he did not answer. It has a bearing on the matter, and I should be grateful if he will answer this point.

Europe (16 Nov 1966)

Mr David Ginsburg: We have listened to the studiously thoughtful and moderate speech of the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Kinross and West Perthshire (Sir Alec Douglas-Home). He asked the Government some very pertinent questions, and I think that he and I, as supporters of Britain's entry into the Common Market, were very relieved that no answers were forthcoming to those questions. He also promised the...

Europe (16 Nov 1966)

Mr David Ginsburg: One could also look at the question of invisibles. No estimate is possible here. Britain has important invisible trade earnings, and there is no doubt that there are great possibilities, particularly in insurance, for British earnings should we go into Europe. One of the things that is argued in relation to the problem of the balance of payments, and the weakness of the economy, is the...

Europe (16 Nov 1966)

Mr David Ginsburg: I am glad of that good-hearted interruption. I thought that my right hon. Friend the Foreign Secretary spoke of this as being a two-way affair and also of the Six joining us. It is sometimes thought that a deficit on the balance of payments is something from which only this country suffers, and therefore again we have to be very careful before we go into the Common Market. If one looks at...

Europe (17 Nov 1966)

Mr David Ginsburg: Mr. David Ginsburg (Dewsbury) indicated assent.

Monetary and Credit Policies (International Co-Ordination) (17 Jan 1967)

Mr David Ginsburg: Would my right hon. Friend be a little less dogmatic on the question of the price of gold? Will he read the Labour Party's policy statement for 1953, in which he will find that this was considered to be one possible way of dealing with the problem of international liquidity?

Business of the House (2 Mar 1967)

Mr David Ginsburg: As there was a debate on the principle of decimal currency in another place, will my right hon. Friend give serious thought to his present view, and also consider the point of view of our constituents in this matter?

Orders of the Day — Decimal Currency Bill (22 Mar 1967)

Mr David Ginsburg: Could my right hon. Friend say something about the life of the new halfpenny under the new system? How long does he envisage it going on? Secondly, although this may anticipate something that he is to say later, could he comment on whether his mind is absolutely closed to having a yet smaller unit than the new halfpenny?

Orders of the Day — Decimal Currency Bill (22 Mar 1967)

Mr David Ginsburg: rose—

Orders of the Day — Decimal Currency Bill (22 Mar 1967)

Mr David Ginsburg: Is it not a fact that 40 per cent. of transactions will include this lowest denomination and that, therefore, if this coin were to disappear we would be in some difficulty?

Orders of the Day — Decimal Currency Bill (22 Mar 1967)

Mr David Ginsburg: It is a strange experience for me to be aligned with the right hon. Member for Enfield, West (Mr. lain Macleod) in opposition to the hon. Member for Wanstead a ad Woodford (Mr. Patrick Jenkin) and my right hon. Friend the Chancellor. Listening to the speech of the right hon. Member for Enfield, West, it occurred to me to say to my right hon. Friend what a marvellous Chairman of the Decimal...

Business of the House (4 May 1967)

Mr David Ginsburg: I refer the Leader of the House once again to Motion No. 518, about Sachsenshausen Concentration Camp. Is not he aware of the very strong feelings on this question shared by hon. Members of all parties? Should there not be an early debate? The Leader of the House has made a suggestion concerning the Parliamentary Commissioner. May I make another suggestion to him, namely, that he asks the...

European Communities (Membership) (9 May 1967)

Mr David Ginsburg: Is my hon. Friend arguing that the Common Market is moving too fast or too slowly in these matters?

Prime Minister (Visit to Canada and U.S.a.) (6 Jun 1967)

Mr David Ginsburg: Notwithstanding what my right hon. Friend has said about arms supplies, would he be prepared to give the House an assurance that there will be no holding up over the next 24 hours of any request by the Israeli Government for essential medical supplies?

Business of the House (8 Jun 1967)

Mr David Ginsburg: Reverting to Motion No. 518, does my right hon. Friend confirm, first, that it would be open to the Parliamentary Commissioner to interview the men concerned—which is one of the problems in this matter—and, secondly, that it would be open to the House to debate the Parliamentary Commissioner's report in the widest sense, on the whole question of the Foreign Office's behaviour in this matter?

Economic Affairs (24 Jul 1967)

Mr David Ginsburg: We have had an interesting debate so far, but listening to the hon. Member for Colne Valley (Mr. Richard Wainwright) and the right hon. Member for Enfield, West (Mr. Iain Macleod) I found it very difficult to believe that I was listening to a Motion of censure. The best argument against the fact that we were debating a Motion of censure was a letter that I read yesterday in the Observer by...

Economic Affairs (24 Jul 1967)

Mr David Ginsburg: Yes. But I have also seen the figures of recent cost changes in the prices of our exports, and our exports are competitive in the world as a whole.

Economic Affairs (24 Jul 1967)

Mr David Ginsburg: It depends on which countries one is comparing with. If one compares our exports with those of Germany and other E.E.C. countries, we are not unfavourably placed. At this stage, it is far from proven that we face a runaway import bill which only import controls or devaluation would stem, failing, of course, a savage deflation, which would be unthinkable. If, therefore, there is no need for...


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