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Orders of the Day — Immigration (Carriers' Liability) Bill: Liability of Carriers for Passengers without Proper Documents (26 Mar 1987)

Mrs Judith Hart: Will the right hon. and learned Gentleman give way?

Orders of the Day — Immigration (Carriers' Liability) Bill: Liability of Carriers for Passengers without Proper Documents (26 Mar 1987)

Mrs Judith Hart: The right hon. and learned Gentleman is being extraordinarily obtuse, if he will forgive my saying so. I quoted those examples as being the countries apparently subject to reports by the special rapporteur of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. That was the point of the list of countries I gave the right hon. and learned Gentleman. If, indeed, there is no reason to suppose that...

Orders of the Day — Immigration (Carriers' Liability) Bill: Liability of Carriers for Passengers without Proper Documents (26 Mar 1987)

Mrs Judith Hart: Because many of those Chilean refugees were escaping from a military regime, so that they had to get out in whatever way they could, they came with documents that would not have satisfied carriers under the Bill. Therefore, carriers would have been unlikely to accept the liability of bringing them here. That is the essence of my amendment.

Orders of the Day — Immigration (Carriers' Liability) Bill: Liability of Carriers for Passengers without Proper Documents (26 Mar 1987)

Mrs Judith Hart: I want to support the amendment moved by my hon. Friend and to speak to my amendment, No. 1, which is on a separate point. As far as I can see, all the amendments relate to the liability of the carrier when somebody has arrived in this country. My amendment is concerned with how people may acquire the documents specified in clause 1(1)(a)—a valid passport with photograph or some other such...

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Chile (12 Jan 1987)

Mrs Judith Hart: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will make a statement on the votes cast by the representative of Her Majesty's Government concerning recent loans to Chile by the Inter-American Development Bank.

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Chile (12 Jan 1987)

Mrs Judith Hart: First, may I express my appreciation for what the Minister said about the sad death of our friend Guy Barnett, the late hon. Member for Greenwich? Given that Britain was the only country to vote in favour of the recent World Bank loan to Chile—even the United States abstained—and since we provide military training for Chileans and supply ships to Chile, would it not be better if the...

Opposition Day: South Africa (16 Jul 1986)

Mrs Judith Hart: I am sure that the right hon. Gentleman is right about how many British firms have applied principles similar to those of the Rex. Leon Sullivan. However, I am sure that the right hon. Gentleman will appreciate that RTZ is operating illegally in Namibia.

Opposition Day: South Africa (16 Jul 1986)

Mrs Judith Hart: The United Nations resolution makes it clear that the exploitation of minerals in Namibia is illegal unless done under the control of a popularly elected Government.

Opposition Day: South Africa (16 Jul 1986)

Mrs Judith Hart: I begin with the assumption that follows on from the Foreign Secretary's last words that, between now and the next opportunity that the House has to debate the subject, matters will have moved on and the Prime Minister will have had to appreciate the need to take further measures. That is not an unreasonable assumption. The Foreign Secretary went as near as he could to admitting that that...

Opposition Day: South Africa (17 Jun 1986)

Mrs Judith Hart: I would like to tell the House something about another panel of eminent persons. I am sorry that the Prime Minister is leaving the Chamber. because I do not think that she has had an opportunity to read our report. I was a member of a panel of eminent persons appointed by the Secretary General of the United Nations last autumn, which reported the weekend before the Nassau conference and...

Opposition Day: South Africa (17 Jun 1986)

Mrs Judith Hart: I give them credit for believing it.

Opposition Day: South Africa (17 Jun 1986)

Mrs Judith Hart: I give 98 per cent. credit for believing it. Today we are attacking the question of measures. Personally, I hope very much that the Opposition will not vote against the Government amendment to our motion. I am prepared to welcome any study of measures, because it takes us further forward. I believe that our motion is stronger and better, but I hope that we shall not oppose the Government...

Opposition Day: South Africa (17 Jun 1986)

Mrs Judith Hart: What has that got to do with it? The hon. Gentleman is so foolish as to be abysmally unworthy of being in the House.

Opposition Day: South Africa (17 Jun 1986)

Mrs Judith Hart: I am not giving way.

Opposition Day: South Africa (17 Jun 1986)

Mrs Judith Hart: I am not giving way. The hon. Gentleman can attack me later or report me to the Freedom Association. I do not care which. Therefore, certain trans-nationals in some sectors are crucial to the South African economy. The banks are particularly important. I agree with the right hon. Member for Devonport about loans. The activities of the trans-national banks are probably the most critical...

Opposition Day: South Africa (17 Jun 1986)

Mrs Judith Hart: rose——

Opposition Day: South Africa (17 Jun 1986)

Mrs Judith Hart: Will the right hon. and learned Gentleman give way?

New Clause 5: Housing for the Mentally Handicapped ( 4 Mar 1986)

Mrs Judith Hart: I appreciate that the Minister did not want to refer to any specific housing association. I am not asking for an undertaking about New Lanark's tax status, but if the 1965 Act does not consolidate the 1893 Act, will the Minister undertake to remedy that in another place?

New Clause 5: Housing for the Mentally Handicapped ( 4 Mar 1986)

Mrs Judith Hart: I am sorry to press the Minister, but it would be no use if when he examines individual housing associations and wants to take account of the arguments concerning New Lanark, he found that he had precluded himself from covering New Lanark because the Bill was ill drafted. I am merely asking him to ensure that that does not happen.


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