Results 1861–1880 of 2037 for speaker:Mr Frank Judd

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Defence: Beira (Naval Patrol) (8 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Does my right hon. Friend not agree that the policy of sanctions is little more than an expensive gesture, unless there are adequate means of complete enforcement? When shall we extend the blockade to ports not yet covered?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Defence: Rhodesia (8 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Secretary of State for Defence whether Great Britain is still committed to, and whether forces are still available for, military intervention in Rhodesia following a breakdown of law and order in that territory.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Defence: Rhodesia (8 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Does my right hon. Friend not agree that, with the steady erosion of law and order as we understand them in Britain, that situation is rapidly coming about? At what point would he be prepared to intervene?

Orders of the Day — Southern Rhodesia (8 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: I wish that the hon. Member for Dorset, South (Mr. Evelyn King) had spoken consistently with the wisdom which he evidently believes he offered to the population of Rhodesia during his television interview there. As it is, his speech will be notable in retrospect for its inconsistencies and contradictions. I am convinced that in historical perspective the greatest issue facing the Government...

Orders of the Day — Southern Rhodesia (8 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: I was suggesting that together with the international community as a whole, we must be prepared to take naval action, if necessary to extend the blockade to all ports via which it is at present being evaded. We must also be prepared to take any other necessary action to block transport routes to and from Rhodesia. We must also look to the situation in our own country. The Government have...

Orders of the Day — Southern Rhodesia (8 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: This economic relationship is a two-way affair, and we are in a position to bring a good deal of influence to bear on South Africa.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Power: Gas Industry (7 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Minister of Power whether he will make a statement on the achievements of the gas industry under nationalisation.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Power: Gas Industry (7 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Is my right hon. Friend aware that, in the autumn edition of "Flame", the house magazine of the Southern Gas Board, the retiring chairman, while still chairman, made a totally unwarranted attack on the record and value of the nationalised gas industry? In the interests of staff morale and public confidence, will the Minister refute this in the clearest possible terms?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Power: Gas Industry (7 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Minister of Power whether he is satisfied that the gas industry has the necessary resources to provide uninterrupted supplies of gas during the coming winter; and if he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Power: Gas Industry (7 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Is my right hon. Friend aware that there is a fairly widespread feeling in southern England that the reason for the resignation of the chairman of Southern Gas was a shortage of resources? Could the Minister reassure the people of southern England, in the interests of staff morale and public confidence?

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Foreign Affairs (2 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: I have great pleasure in congratulating the Government on what I regard as increasing evidence of an effective and constructive foreign policy. I believe that this policy and this trend is well evidenced in the current policies in Southern Arabia. During the debate a good deal has been said about direct and outright opposition to the European Economic Community. I believe that more...

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Foreign Affairs (2 Nov 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: For the sake of clarification, could my right hon. Friend give the precise savings on the balance of payments from the £20 million cut-back in the aid programme?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: North Vietnamese Students (Admission) (26 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he will make a statement on the request for visas for visiting students from North Vietnam.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: North Vietnamese Students (Admission) (26 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Can my right hon. Friend assure me that the letters sent to me on 3rd and 27th July do not represent a categorical decision of principle against such visits? In what circumstances can such visits take place?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: The Child, the Family and the Young Offender (26 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department when he will implement the proposals contained in the White Paper on The Child, the Family and the Young Offender.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: The Child, the Family and the Young Offender (26 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: I thank my right hon. Friend for that reply. Does he agree that many people in relevant professions and many local authorities are very anxious to know soon what plans they should be making for the future, particularly for the provision of residential accommodation?

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Affairs: Rhodesia (24 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Secretary of State for Commonwealth Affairs whether he will make a statement on recent evidence concerning trade between British firms and Rhodesia.

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Affairs: Rhodesia (24 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Does my right hon. Friend agree that effective means of enforcement are essential to a successful sanctions policy, and can he assure the House that there will be no hesitation on the part of the Government in bringing to justice any British business men involved in transactions of this kind?

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Affairs: Rhodesia (24 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Prime Minister whether, since the return of Lord Alport from Rhodesia, the Government are still committed to a solution of the Rhodesian problem on the basis of Nibmar and not on the basis of the six principles.

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Affairs: Rhodesia (24 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Does the Prime Minister agree that there can be no confidence in securing full rights for the people of Rhodesia as a whole short of Nibmar? Does he realise that he will have the maximum support, from this side of the House at least, in any action necessary to achieve that objective?


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