Results 1–20 of 1459 for speaker:Mr Tom Iremonger

Girls' Schools, Ilford (29 Apr 1974)

Mr Tom Iremonger: My purpose tonight is to obtain from the Minister a statement of his intention in dealing with the objections made by parents to the London borough of Redbridge's proposal to abolish the Ilford County High School for Girls and the Gearies County Secondary School for Girls.

Girls' Schools, Ilford (29 Apr 1974)

Mr Tom Iremonger: I shall give HANSARD all of what I have here. Further, I ask the Minister to deal with the proposal to establish a 1,000-plus mixed school instead. The objections were submitted to the Minister pursuant to a notice of 1st August 1973 which was published by the town clerk under Section 13(3) of the Education Act 1944. I want to ensure, on behalf of my constituents who object to the scheme,...

Business of the House (4 Apr 1974)

Mr Tom Iremonger: Will the right hon. Gentleman find time to debate the following early-day motions:

Business of the House (6 Dec 1973)

Mr Tom Iremonger: As it looks as if we shall not have any taxis on the streets of London next week unless we can get some satisfactory solution of the taxi-men's problems, will it be possible to fit in a short debate on my Motion No. 93 next week?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Spain (Detained British Subjects) (7 Nov 1973)

Mr Tom Iremonger: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what action he is taking in the matter of Mr. Frank Rutman, who has been held in Gerona Detention Centre, Spain, since 31st August without being charged and without bail.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Spain (Detained British Subjects) (7 Nov 1973)

Mr Tom Iremonger: Cannot we persuade the Spanish Government to cut out the intolerable delays in their criminal processes and make decent arrangements for bail?

Orders of the Day — Middle East (18 Oct 1973)

Mr Tom Iremonger: The hon. Member for Liverpool, Walton (Mr. Heffer) observed that it is safe to be a Communist in Israel. He might have added that it is not safe to be a Jew in Communist Russia, as many have reason to know. My right hon. Friend the Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary and the Leader of the Opposition both referred to Members who take sides, and expressed disapproval of taking sides. I can...

Middle East (16 Oct 1973)

Mr Tom Iremonger: On a point of order. May I ask you, Mr. Speaker, how I, as the Member elected to represent the largest Jewish community in the country, can possibly express to my right hon. Friend the Foreign Secretary the deep anxiety—

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Arts Council Grants (24 Jul 1973)

Mr Tom Iremonger: asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science if she will introduce legislation to enable grants made by the Arts Council to be subject to parliamentary approval and control.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Arts Council Grants (24 Jul 1973)

Mr Tom Iremonger: How am I to get some money for the Redbridge Youth Brass Band?

Rent Act 1968 (Amendment) (Young Marrieds' Homes and Retired Persons' Annuities) Bill (17 Jul 1973)

Mr Tom Iremonger: I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to make provision for retired persons to purchase annuities for themselves and their surviving spouses in respect of premises partly leased to lessees and partly occupied by themselves during their lifetimes. The Rent Act 1968, which the Bill seeks to amend, provides in Section 10(1) that a court shall not make an order for a house owner...

Private Business: Diabetic Children (4 Jul 1973)

Mr Tom Iremonger: The matter I have to raise tonight is the special needs of diabetic children and their parents. I have in the borough of Redbridge, of which my constituency is a part, a very active and energetic group of members of the British Diabetics Association, who form the Ilford and District Club Parents' Group, now known as the Young Diabetics. The group consists of parents of children who suffer...

Business of the House (3 May 1973)

Mr Tom Iremonger: Will my right hon. Friend try to find time before Whitsun for a short debate on Early Day Motion No. 321 so that the matter be considered by the House before the delegation leaves? [That this House takes note of the fact that a delegation of hon. Members is shortly to visit the Soviet Union, is hopeful that this country's traditional championship of oppressed minorities and individuals will...

Orders of the Day — Furnished Lettings (Rent Allowances) Bill (23 Jan 1973)

Mr Tom Iremonger: Surely Part VI contracts are referable to the tribunal, and not to the rent officer?

African Asians (22 Jan 1973)

Mr Tom Iremonger: I beg to ask leave to move the Adjournment of the House, under Standing Order No. 9, for the purpose of discussing a specific and important matter that should have urgent consideration, namely, the imminent advent into this country of further numbers of Asian British passport holders from African nations. In determining whether the matter is proper to be so discussed, Mr. Speaker, the...

Secondary Education, Ilford (1 Aug 1972)

Mr Tom Iremonger: The people I represent in this House would like me to say first of all to the Under-Secretary of State that they are most appreciative of his attendance tonight to answer to them, through me, on this matter—a matter which is so important to them, especially to those who are parents. There are two things I must make clear at the outset. One is that I am unique among Members of Parliament in...

Secondary Education, Ilford (1 Aug 1972)

Mr Tom Iremonger: Will my hon. Friend say something about the difficulties of parents and children who are not getting the school of their choice? What is it best for us to try to do for them?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Official Visits) (3 Jul 1972)

Mr Tom Iremonger: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs when he next proposes to seek to pay an official visit to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; and when Her Majesty's Government next expect to receive an official visit from a representative of the Soviet Government.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Official Visits) (3 Jul 1972)

Mr Tom Iremonger: Does my right hon. Friend realise that what we are getting at is the fact that it is quite impossible for British subjects to get letters delivered to Jewish Soviet citizens? Is he aware that the Soviet postal authorities tear up the letters? Does he realise that the Soviet Ambassador will not answer personally letters addressed to him on this subject? Is not the only way to get these letters...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Official Visits) (3 Jul 1972)

Mr Tom Iremonger: Does my right hon. Friend not realise that for the Soviet authorities to tear up registered letters is not a breach of the Universal Postal Convention?


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