Results 141–160 of 325 for speaker:Mr David Ginsburg

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...

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.

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

Mr David Ginsburg: asked the Minister of Health what further progress has been made in the provision of facilities for the treatment of chronic renal failure by intermittent dialysis.

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?

Welfare State (23 Feb 1966)

Mr David Ginsburg: Mr. David Ginsburg (Dewsbury) rose—

Orders of the Day — Wool Textile Industry (Levies) (22 Feb 1966)

Mr David Ginsburg: I wish to interpose myself between the hon. Member for Shipley (Mr. Hirst) who has now left, and my hon. Friend the Member for Colne Valley (Mr. Duffy). Much of what my hon. Friend said in criticism of the industry is valid, but it would be wrong to let the order go without the House paying some tribute to this important British industry. In my own constituency, there is still no substitute...

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address (10 Nov 1965)

Mr David Ginsburg: Apart from his comments towards the end of his speech, the hon. Member for Ilford, North (Mr. Iremonger) gave us a fluent but rather mischievous oration. I doubt whether my hon. Friend the Member for Ebbw Vale (Mr. Michael Foot) will fall for any of his embraces. The hon. Member for Ilford, North in the more serious part of his speech, basically ignored the Government's policies and...

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address (10 Nov 1965)

Mr David Ginsburg: If the Government have been so inefficient in the managing of our external economy, can the hon. Member explain why the £ is at a far higher level today, and indeed has been for many months, than it was a year before the Conservatives left office?

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (8 Apr 1965)

Mr David Ginsburg: It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Worcester (Mr. Peter Walker) in his maiden speech from the Opposition Front Bench. I do not know quite what political significance we should attach to his arrival there. It is common knowledge that he was at a certain stage very close to the right hon. and learned Member for Wirral (Mr. Selwyn Lloyd). One wonders whether this means rather more...

Orders of the Day — 5. Tax Rebates for Exports (11 Nov 1964)

Mr David Ginsburg: I listened to the constructive speech of the hon. Member for Twickenham (Mr. Gresham Cooke), as I always do, with very great interest. I listened particularly to his earlier comments about the import situation, with which I fully agree. I only regret that some of his hon. and right hon. Friends did not listen to his advice which, no doubt, he was proffering earlier about the situation,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Missiles (Export) (18 Jun 1964)

Mr David Ginsburg: asked the Prime Minister if he is satisfied with the arrangements for co-ordination between Government Departments in the supply of missiles to foreign Governments, especially so far as prices are concerned; and if he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Missiles (Export) (18 Jun 1964)

Mr David Ginsburg: Has the attention of the Prime Minister been called to questions on the Bloodhound issue in the Swiss Parliament? Have representations been made from the Swedish and Swiss Governments to the British Government? Would he agree that the excessively high profits at home made on missiles have the effect of damaging our trading reputation abroad?

Orders of the Day — Ammendment of the Law (15 Apr 1964)

Mr David Ginsburg: As a practising statistician and economist I listened with growing incredulity to parts of the speech of the hon. Member for Somerset, North (Sir E. Leather). His views on statistics sounded as antediluvian as were the views on economics expressed by the right hon. Member for Wolverhampton, South-West (Mr. Powell) with whom the hon. Member appeared to align himself. I should very much enjoy...

Orders of the Day — Ammendment of the Law (15 Apr 1964)

Mr David Ginsburg: —credulity. These are not statistics about political intentions or opinions. They are statistics produced in connection with an article published about the number of people having two jobs. They show that one-sixth of all workers in this country have to do, or do, two job. They show also, on the question of intention—I acknowledge that one can take these figures with a certain amount of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Regional Development (Ministerial Responsibility) (9 Apr 1964)

Mr David Ginsburg: asked the Prime Minister whether he will appoint a Minister of State to assist the Secretary of State for Industry, Trade and Regional Development in work connected with regional development.

Oral Answers to Questions — Regional Development (Ministerial Responsibility) (9 Apr 1964)

Mr David Ginsburg: Will the Prime Minister look at this again, because did not the former Prime Minister indicate last year that he would keep this matter under review? Is it not a fact that the Secretary of State for Industry, Trade and Regional Development has got too much to do at present and is falling down on his job? In particular, is it not the case that many of the older industrial areas are not getting...

Oral Answers to Questions — Industry, Trade and Regional Development: West Yorkshire (19 Mar 1964)

Mr David Ginsburg: asked the Secretary of State for Industry, Trade and Regional Development if he will make arrangements for improved machinery for co-ordinating the work of Government Departments in the West Yorkshire industrial conurbation with regard to development of the region as a whole; and if he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Industry, Trade and Regional Development: West Yorkshire (19 Mar 1964)

Mr David Ginsburg: Is not the right hon. Gentleman aware that he and his colleagues have been consistently playing down this problem? Is it not a fact that Yorkshire has an ageing industrial structure? Is he also aware that if he came to my constituency he would discover that no effective I.D.C.s have been granted to new industrial undertakings in, for example, the heavy woollen district since the war?


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