Results 161–180 of 3146 for speaker:Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse

Cyprus (11 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. The hon. Gentleman must not refer to people in the Gallery.

Prison Estate (Isle of Wight) (11 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: As far as I am aware, there has been no change. This is a 1 o'clock debate. If the hon. Member and the Minister are present and the previous debate ends early, it has been the practice that the next debate can begin. But there is no obligation on a Member or a Minister to be here before the allocated time. This debate was scheduled for 1 o'clock. The Minister was not present, so it could not...

World Trade and the Environment (11 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. We must move to the next debate.

Orders of the Day — Channel Tunnel Rail Link Bill: Protective Provisions (10 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: With this, it will be convenient to discuss Lords amendments Nos. 101 to 139 and 183 to 185.

Orders of the Day — Channel Tunnel Rail Link Bill: Fees for Planning Applications (10 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: With this, it will be convenient to discuss Lords amendments Nos. 2, 82 to 84 and 86 to 88.

Orders of the Day — Channel Tunnel Rail Link Bill: Fees for Planning Applications (10 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. Before I call the next speaker, let me say that, although I have been tolerant so far, I do not intend to continue to be tolerant. We are discussing a group of amendments, and we must stick to the subject of those amendments.

Orders of the Day — Channel Tunnel Rail Link Bill: New clause (10 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: With this, it will be convenient to take Lords amendments Nos. 89 to 95.

Orders of the Day — Channel Tunnel Rail Link Bill: Railway Administration Orders (10 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: With this, it will be convenient to discuss Lords amendments Nos. 16 and 22.

Orders of the Day — Channel Tunnel Rail Link Bill: Railway Administration Orders (10 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: With this, it will be convenient to discuss Lords amendments Nos. 7, 9, 14, 15 and 17.

Orders of the Day — Firearms (Amendment) Bill (4 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. Was the hon. Member for Stockton, North (Mr. Cook) seeking to intervene?

New clause 4: Payments in Respect of Firearms Rendered Unlawful (4 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: With this, it will be convenient to discuss also the following: Government amendment No. 73. Amendment No. 1, in clause 11, page 5, line 31, leave out from 'persons' to end of line 41 and insert— 'who— (a) surrender or forfeit property under this Act; or(b) incur any other loss as a result of this Act; and such loss shall be calculated by reference to the value of assets on 15th October...

New clause 4: Payments in Respect of Firearms Rendered Unlawful (4 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. Has the hon. Member for Banff and Buchan (Mr. Salmond) given way?

New clause 4: Payments in Respect of Firearms Rendered Unlawful (4 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: I call Sir Patrick Cormack.

New clause 4: Payments in Respect of Firearms Rendered Unlawful (4 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. The hon. Gentleman could have fooled me. He has now given me some comfort.

New clause 4: Payments in Respect of Firearms Rendered Unlawful (4 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. Do I understand that the hon. Gentleman is giving way?

Electricity Generation (East Lothian) (4 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: I am sure that that is true, but it is not a point of order for the Chair.

Uniform Business Rate (Dorset) (4 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. We must move to the next debate.

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (3 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. The hon. Gentleman must settle down and not get too excited.

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (3 Dec 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: I must tell the House that Madam Speaker has selected amendment (d) in the name of the Leader of the Opposition to the first Ways and Means motion. It may be convenient if at this stage I also announce that Madam Speaker has selected the amendment in the name of Leader of the Opposition to motion number 2 on public expenditure which is being debated with the Budget resolutions. I call Mr....

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (28 Nov 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. The Secretary of State had a reasonable hearing and I would suggest, especially to the hon. Member for Dover (Mr. Shaw), that the hon. Member for Peckham (Ms Harman), who speaks for the Opposition, should have the same.


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