Results 1881–1900 of 2037 for speaker:Mr Frank Judd

Vietnamese Students (Admission) (23 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Would not my hon. Friend agree that before we went into Recess for the summer I was in correspondence with him about the possibility of these students coming to Britain and was informed by his Department in categorical terms that there could be no question of visas being issued?

Vietnamese Students (Admission) (23 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Does my hon. Friend suggest that, notwithstanding the categorical answers given to my correspondence before the Recess, the Home Office would have been prepared to look at the issue anew?

Vietnamese Students (Admission) (23 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Will my hon. Friend give way?

Vietnamese Students (Admission) (23 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: I am grateful to you for giving way. May I ask for clarification on one point? You have said that you had no knowledge—

Vietnamese Students (Admission) (23 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: I beg your pardon, Mr. Deputy Speaker. My hon. Friend has said that the Department had no knowledge of the specific delegation until a few days before it was due. Yet when I inquired last summer about the possibility of a delegation visiting I was told in categorical terms that there was no question of a delegation of students from Vietnam, if envisaged, being admitted. Could my hon. Friend...

Vietnamese Students (Admission) (23 Oct 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: I am deeply grateful to my hon. Friend for giving way. I think he is putting up a valiant defence for a case which, I am sure, in his heart he does not really like. The point I was putting to him was that a decision had been made last summer in principle against admitting any student delegation whatsoever.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: International Education (27 Jul 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science what is the total expenditure by his Department on practical programmes for international education; and what official advice he has given to local education authorities in this respect.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: International Education (27 Jul 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: In view of the Government's express commitment to the United Nations, the Commonwealth and now to entry into the Common Market, would not my hon. Friend agree that it is sad that in the past 15 years we have fallen so badly behind the rest of Western Europe in this respect? Will her Department give every possible encouragement to increasing these programmes in every possible way?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Coloured Teachers (27 Jul 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science what is the estimated number of coloured teachers at present serving in schools throughout England and Wales.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Coloured Teachers (27 Jul 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Would not my hon. Friend agree that the employment of these people is one of the best ways of promoting interracial understanding and that the opportunities should be increased in every possible way? Will the Department do everything possible to encourage recruitment in this respect?

Foreign Affairs (20 Jul 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Would not my hon. and learned Friend agree that one of the tragedies of the recent situation was that the trouble on the Israeli-Syrian Border was discussed as long ago as last autumn in the Security Council and, because it was not discussed seriously enough, somehow the Security Council lost its grip of the problem in the intervening period?

Foreign Affairs (20 Jul 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: I join those who have congratulated the Foreign Secretary on what I thought was a most imaginative introductory speech. Anyone looking in retrospect at the recent Middle East crisis can see that, once again, the United Nations has demonstrated its indispensability. The fact that we have recognised this only at the eleventh hour is another factor of international crises too frequently...

Oral Answers to Questions — United Nations Special Committee on Peace-Keeping (17 Jul 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what initiative he now intends to take to ensure the creation of an effective United Nations peace-keeping organisation.

Oral Answers to Questions — Rhodesia (Oil) (17 Jul 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs how much oil has now reached RhodesiaviaLaurenço Marques since the imposition of mandatory sanctions against Rhodesia.

Oral Answers to Questions — Rhodesia (Oil) (17 Jul 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Will my hon. Friend not agree that this wilful sabotage of internationally agreed action to secure an acceptable solution of the Rhodesia problem is intolerable, and does he realise that he will receive the warm support of this side of the House for any action he regards as necessary to bring effective pressure to bear on the Portuguese Government?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Rhodesia (6 Jul 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Prime Minister whether, following the visit by Lord Alport to Rhodesia he will give an undertaking that the Government are still committed to No Independence Before Majority Rule.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Rhodesia (6 Jul 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Would not my right hon. Friend agree that this is precisely the time at which the British public and the Rhodesian Government should be told firmly by the British Government that there are certain fundamental points of political morality at stake in the situation on which we are not prepared to compromise and that N.I.B.M.A.R. is one?

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Jordan (29 Jun 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Minister of Overseas Development on what aid development criteria the Government grant of £500,000 to the Jordanian Government following the recent Arab/ Israeli conflict was based.

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Jordan (29 Jun 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: Does my right hon. Friend agree that, however urgently needed and important this grant was, it was motivated by political factors and had very little to do with overseas aid and development, and therefore should not have been offered through his Ministry?

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Malta, Gibraltar and India (29 Jun 1967)

Mr Frank Judd: asked the Minister of Overseas Development what is the current value of United Kingdom aid and development programmes in Malta, Gibraltar and Indiaper capitaof their respective populations.


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