Results 1821–1840 of 2037 for speaker:Mr Frank Judd

Oral Answers to Questions — Railways: Waterloo-Portsmouth Line (17 Jan 1968)

Mr Frank Judd: Is my hon. Friend aware that there is considerable feeling that this line has been the Cinderella of recent railway development, notwithstanding the valiant efforts of the staff? In view of the important plans for economic development in South Hampshire, can my hon. Friend assure us that within available funds this line will have priority in future?

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Aid Programme (Effect of Devaluation) (21 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Minister of Overseas Development what estimate he has made of the effect of devaluation on the Government's overseas aid and development programme; and if he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Aid Programme (Effect of Devaluation) (21 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Can my right hon. Friend say what the effect will be on multilateral agencies to which we have obligations such as the I.D.A. and the specialised agencies of the United Nations?

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: United Nations Specialised Agencies (21 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Minister of Overseas Development if he will make a statement on the work of the United Kingdom delegations to the specialised agencies of the United Nations.

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: United Nations Specialised Agencies (21 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: I do not dispute that the delegations do very valuable work, but would not my hon. Friend agree that there is an unfortunate lack of detailed information in the House about the proposals being put forward in the name of Britain? Would it not be sound, for this reason and other reasons, to see the early establishment of a Select Committee on overseas development?

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: President of the World Bank (Speech) (21 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Will not my right hon. Friend agree that the advantage of schemes such as the World Bank and I.D.A. is that we do very well in terms of our exports out of multilateral programmes of this kind?

Bills Presented: South Africa (British Military Equipment) (19 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: I should like to speak on behalf of all those who signed the early day motion on this issue in congratulating the Government on their stand. In doing so, it would be remiss not to say, in particular, how much we admire the consistent stand of our right hon. Friend the Prime Minister on this issue. Four arguments have been deployed against the Government's decision. The first is that there is...

South Africa (Supply of Arms) (14 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Would my right hon. Friend agree that renewed export of arms to South Africa would strike at the roots of freedom and democracy on which our entire political structure is based?

Oral Answers to Questions — T.A. Drill Halls (13 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Secretary of State for Defence what progress is being made in the disposal of surplus Territorial Army drill halls.

Oral Answers to Questions — T.A. Drill Halls (13 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Will my hon. Friend assure the House that priority will be given to considering the possibility of using those premises for social and youth work in cities throughout the country?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Naval Dockyards (13 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Secretary of State for Defence what action he is now taking following devaluation to mobilise surplus capacity in the Royal Naval Dockyards for civilian production relevant to British export and import substitution programmes.

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Naval Dockyards (13 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Does my hon. Friend agree that in the dockyards there are vast resources of skill, craftsmanship and capital equipment which at present are not being fully utilised, and that when the Government are constantly urging the full utilisation of resources for production they could become a focal point for growth in the economy?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health: General Practitioners (11 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Minister of Health what is the proportion of general practitioners in England and Wales in each of the following age groups, 25 to 30 years, 30 to 35 years, 35 to 40 years, 40 to 45 years, 45 to 50 years, 50 to 55 years, 55 to 60 years, 60 to 65 years and over 65 years.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health: General Practitioners (11 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Would not my right hon. Friend agree that the figures indicate a serious danger of a grave shortage of doctors in this important sphere of the Health Service? Will he assure the public and the House that everything possible is being done to overcome this potential shortage?

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Affairs: Rhodesia (5 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Secretary of State for Commonwealth Affairs whether he will make a statement on the latest position in Rhodesia.

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Affairs: Rhodesia (5 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Would not my right hon. Friend agree that in view of the cost of the present sanctions policy in the context of our present economic situation, and in view of the rapidly deteriorating situation in Rhodesia as reflected in the pernicious racialist legislation introduced there now, there is urgent need to make the sanctions policy more effective? And is he aware that he will have all possible...

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Affairs: European Economic Community (5 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Secretary of State for Commonwealth Affairs whether he will make a statement on the latest discussions between Her Majesty's Government and the Governments of developed and developing countries within the Commonwealth on the present position of Great Britain in relationship to the European Economic Community.

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Affairs: European Economic Community (5 Dec 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Would not my hon. Friend agree that, whether it is justified or not, the image is increasingly one of Britain wanting to enter the Common Market at any price and this is giving ground for widespread concern in the Commonwealth, particularly in developing countries? Is there not an urgent need for round-table consultations, particularly on problems of the newer Commonwealth countries?

Oral Answers to Questions — Rhodesia (23 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Prime Minister whether he will now take further naval or military action in support of existing policies designed to secure the removal of the illegal Smith régime in Rhodesia.

Oral Answers to Questions — Rhodesia (23 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Is my right hon. Friend aware that there is widespread support for any policy designed to deal effectively with the Rhodesian crisis but that there is anxiety in the present economic situation lest the sanctions policy proves abortive? Will he, therefore, consider with the United Nations means for policing Rhodesia more effectively, perhaps by extending the blockade to Lourenco Marques?


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