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Oral Answers to Questions — Oral Answers to Questions: Solid Fuel (27 Apr 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: Will the hon. Gentleman now advise local authorities on the installation of certain types of double glazing, in council and other dwellings so that tragedies such as we suffered in Nuneaton yesterday, and that occur elsewhere, can be avoided?

Domestic Content (26 Apr 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to make provision for a minimum domestic content or certain specified components to be included in motor vehicles made or imported into the United Kingdom. The Bill emanates from a shop stewards' conference which I attended in Coventry on 6 February, which was convened by the Ford Transport and General Workers Union branch at Dagenham. I...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade: Motor Industry (25 Apr 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: asked the Minister for Trade if he will make a statement on the overall balance of trade for the motor vehicle industry, including the component sector.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade: Motor Industry (25 Apr 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: I thank the hon. and learned Gentleman for that information. Is he not concerned about the fact that the deficit on the complete unit side used to be far more than compensated for by a surplus on the component side and the component surplus is now in danger of diminishing? Does he accept that legislation will be necessary in this country, as has already been introduced in other countries, to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Energy: Opencast Mining (28 Mar 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: asked the Secretary of State for Energy what estimates he has made of the percentage of future coal supplies to be derived from opencast mining.

Oral Answers to Questions — Energy: Opencast Mining (28 Mar 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: Does the Minister think that, with some 52 million tonnes of coal stocks on the ground, the time has come to reject all opencast applications? In particular, will he seriously consider rejecting the application in respect of Sudeley in Warwickshire, to which there is now growing local opposition from neighbouring residents, and which will delay industrial development and seriously affect...

Orders of the Day — 9TH Allotted Day: Railway Workshops (22 Mar 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: rose—

Orders of the Day — 9TH Allotted Day: Railway Workshops (22 Mar 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: rose—

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade: Car Exports (Spain) (21 Mar 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: asked the Minister for Trade whether he will make a statement on the current position on negotiations on Spanish car imports.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade: Car Exports (Spain) (21 Mar 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: Is the Minister aware that although his announcement is welcome, it deals with only one part of the problem? It does not deal with completely assembled Spanish units coming here. Does the hon. and learned Gentleman accept that since the Government took office, although there has been a certain amount of stability in Japanese, West German and French completely assembled units coming here, the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Charities (Administration Schemes) ( 3 Mar 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many times he has given effect to schemes for the administration of charities.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Charities (Administration Schemes) ( 3 Mar 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: Does the hon. Gentleman accept that the allegations that I have referred to his right hon. Friend about internal matters in the RSPCA now relate to large sums of money and make many damaging remarks about the individuals concerned? If his Department and the Charity Commission refuse to intervene, and my constituents Dr. and Mrs. House now face expulsion from the society for trying to act...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade: Motor Vehicles (Imports) (21 Feb 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: asked the Minister for Trade whether, in order that assemble-only operations shawl not take place, he will now introduce legislation requiring a minimum domestic content for imported motor vehicles sold in the United Kingdom, either based on numbers of units sold, or with provision that such units must have specific United Kingdom manufactured components or parts.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade: Motor Vehicles (Imports) (21 Feb 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: Does the hon. and learned Gentleman accept that the recent decision of British Leyland to import Rover gear boxes from France merely epitomises the problem that now faces all motor car assemblers in this country in that they are increasingly importing engineering and other advanced components? Does the Minister further accept that at least 31 countries already have some minimum domestic...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: British Railways Board (16 Feb 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: We recognise that the right hon. Gentleman is doing his best to bury the Serpell report before the general election. Does he recognise that it would be much better if he cremated it? Will he condemn the more ludicrous recommendations in the report, including the one that states that one of the ways in which railway management can save money is to cut railway safety standards?

Water Industry (Dispute) (14 Feb 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: I shall be brief, so I hope that the hon. Member for Bedfordshire, South (Mr. Madel) will understand if I do not take up any of his arguments. I speak as an hon. Member who is sponsored by the Transport and General Workers Union, which has between 4,000 and 5,000 members working for the various water authorities, and I am sure that the Secretary of State for the Environment is rather remiss...

Water Industry (Dispute) (14 Feb 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: The chairman of the National Water Council is Sir William Dugdale, who was leader of the Tories on the Warwickshire county council. He flies his own aeroplane. When the chairman of the Severn-Trent water authority, Sir William Dugdale, buys land in Warwickshire he is usually buying it from himself as a private person. Is the right hon. Gentleman claiming that the chairman of the National...

Water Industry (Dispute) (14 Feb 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: rose—

Orders of the Day — West Midlands (Unemployment) ( 7 Feb 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: Big deal.

Orders of the Day — West Midlands (Unemployment) ( 7 Feb 1983)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: Who is this?


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