Results 21–40 of 367 for speaker:Mr Ken Lomas

Orders of the Day — Education Bill: The Comprehensive Principle (9 Nov 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. I have three children. May I ask how many children the hon. Member for Staffordshire. South-West (Mr. Cormack) has?

Orders of the Day — Education Bill: The Comprehensive Principle (9 Nov 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: I said that I have three children.

Clause 5: Amendment of the Deed of Union (18 Oct 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: It seems to me that this is something of a takeover bid by the Liberal Party in respect of the Methodist Church. I am a Methodist as much as anyone, but this issue is not doctrinal. There are many Methodist churches in my constituency of Huddersfield and, indeed, in Colne Valley, which is represented by the hon. Gentleman's hon. Friend, and I hope the hon. Gentleman will not consider this...

Orders of the Day — Health Services Bill: Complete Withdrawal of N.H.S. Beds from Resident Private Patients and Transfer of Board's Functions to Secretary of State (12 Oct 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: On a point of order. Will the right hon. Member for Wanstead and Woodford (Mr. Jenkin) address his remarks to New Clause 2. He is making a Second Reading speech, which is out of order. It would be acceptable to the House if he referred to the remarks made by my hon. Friend the Member for Brent, South (Mr. Pavitt).

Orders of the Day — Health Services Bill: Complete Withdrawal of N.H.S. Beds from Resident Private Patients and Transfer of Board's Functions to Secretary of State (12 Oct 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: I have not entered the debate with any prepared notes. I have always assumed in the time that I have been in the House that the right hon. Member for Wanstead and Woodford (Mr. Jenkin) has been a rational and reasonable human being, but what we heard from him today seemed to be touched by the winds of Brighton. Indeed, even his Leader got mixed up between Blackpool and Brighton, and I am not...

Orders of the Day — Health Services Bill: Complete Withdrawal of N.H.S. Beds from Resident Private Patients and Transfer of Board's Functions to Secretary of State (12 Oct 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: I need no interruption from the hon. Lady, because we see that the Conservative Party has now come round to the point. However, I give way.

Orders of the Day — Health Services Bill: Complete Withdrawal of N.H.S. Beds from Resident Private Patients and Transfer of Board's Functions to Secretary of State (12 Oct 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: The hon. Lady may be described by Andrew Roth as a "cuddly toy", but in my opinion she is totally misleading the House. When Nye Bevan introduced the National Health Service Bill, he made perfectly clear at that time —one has only to look back at the various volumes of Hansard—that in order to get the co-operation of the doctors working inside the health service he made a compromise and...

Health Services Bill (12 Oct 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Health Services Bill (12 Oct 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: I am trying to help the hon. Gentleman. Will he give way?

Health Services Bill (12 Oct 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: In my speech, which the hon. Gentleman did not hear because he was not present—which was most regrettable—I was arguing in the nation's interests for the good of people who go into hospital. New Clause 2, so eloquently moved by my hon. Friend the Member for Brent, South (Mr. Pavitt) proposes that we should continue with the existing system but that by 1980 we should phase out private beds...

Health Services Bill (12 Oct 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: Will my right hon. Friend stop trying to convince the Opposition because we know they will not accept the proposals? The hon. Member for Reading, South (Dr. Vaughan) made a terrible speech. Will my right hon. Friend try instead to convince us why the Government should not accept New Clause 2?

Clause 5: General (5 Aug 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: Surely it is possible for the Opposition, if they wish to debate an Order, to do it on a Supply Day and put their problem to the House then. It need not necessarily be done by the Government.

Clause 5: General (5 Aug 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: The Opposition could find a Supply Day.

Clause 5: General (5 Aug 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: I do not envisage the day when the Labour Party will be in Opposition, but if we were we would have the right to pray against an Order or to table amendments.

Schedule 2: Compensation (5 Aug 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: Come on!

Schedule 2: Compensation (5 Aug 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: Before my right hon. Friend replies, I should like to put one point to the right hon. Member for Crosby (Mr. Page). There is not another soul on the Opposition Benches who defends the point that he is making. This is a filibustering exercise. It is not using the time of the Committee in any useful way whatsoever.

Invalid Vehicles and Mobility Allowance (5 Aug 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: After the mundane arguments we have just heard from both sides of the House it is as well that we should refer to people and the problems with which they are faced. During the last few months, Mr. Speaker and his Deputies have had a fairly hectic time, and this is the last evening Adjournment debate before the House rises for the Summer Recess. On behalf of hon. Members on both sides of the...

Invalid Vehicles and Mobility Allowance (5 Aug 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: The mobility allowance cannot be a replacement for a tricycle. The allowance of £5 a week cannot compensate for a tricycle. My hon. Friend knows that.

Invalid Vehicles and Mobility Allowance (5 Aug 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: From what to what?

NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE (VOCATIONAL TRAINING) BILL [Lords] (28 Jul 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: I appreciate that my hon. Friend is to have consultations with the EEC, but what consultation has been taking place with junior doctors, consultants, other people inside the health service and the trade unions on this matter? Perhaps my hon. Friend would like to elucidate that. He may have had two hours' sleep. I have had only one hour. He may be better for it.


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