Results 41–60 of 367 for speaker:Mr Ken Lomas

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

Mr Ken Lomas: With whom?

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

Mr Ken Lomas: I take the Minister's point, but what about the trade unions? Are they not being consulted? Members of NUPE and NALGO are employed in the NHS and individuals are represented in various professions in the service.

New Clause 1: Enforcement by Police (16 Jul 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: The hon. and learned Member has only just come in.

New Clause 1: Enforcement by Police (16 Jul 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. In the 35 minutes for which he has been speaking, I think that the hon. Member for Romford (Mr. Neubert) has bored us sufficiently. I put it to you that the Question be now put.

New Clause 1: Enforcement by Police (16 Jul 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: Yes.

New Clause 5: Industrial Common Ownership [Money] (22 Jun 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: May we have it quite clearly understood whether there will be a vote or not? Tedious repetition and boring comments are not doing the House any good. If the Opposition have decided to vote against this Money Resolution, will they say so now, so that we can go home?

Orders of the Day — METHODIST CHURCH BILL [Lords] (15 Jun 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: Is the hon. Member aware that the Huddersfield Methodist Church has said that it is in favour of the Bill? Would the hon. Member care to comment on that?

Orders of the Day — METHODIST CHURCH BILL [Lords] (15 Jun 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: I am very interested in what the hon. Gentleman is saying, but when he says that his constituents were not consulted is he referring to lay preachers or to the ordained members of the Methodist Church?

Council and New Town Houses (Sale) (18 May 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: All that we are hearing from the hon. Member for Wokingham (Mr. van Straubenzee) is a load of codswallop. We in the Labour Party believe that council houses should be sold where there is a surplus of council houses. But, inevitably, council houses are built for those who need them. The hon. Gentleman is wrong, and I regret that he is taking this line.

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (12 Apr 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: This is the first opportunity that I have had, Mr. Speaker, to speak under your guidance. I offer you my sincere congratulations on your appointment and my thanks for the valuable work that you performed before it. I have been away from the House for some time because of illness, but I have read the debates which have taken place here. All that I can find from the speeches of Opposition...

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (12 Apr 1976)

Mr Ken Lomas: I accept some of the hon. Member's points but he should remember that the right hon. Member for Sidcup (Mr. Heath) was responsible for the 1974 election because he decided on confrontation with the trade union movement. We have decided on consultation rather than confrontation. The important thing is not the size of the wage packet but what the wage packet will buy. There is no point in...

Clause 3: Referendum Bill (23 Apr 1975)

Mr Ken Lomas: There is present only one representative of the Liberal Party, which is supposed to represent between 5 million and 6 million people. There is no Welsh Nationalist or SNP representative present. There is only one member of the Ulster Unionist Party present. The Government have made their case, and we should get on with the Bill.

European Community (Membership) (7 Apr 1975)

Mr Ken Lomas: Does my hon. Friend agree that if he is arguing for a referendum in Denmark to take that country out, he should also argue for a referendum in Norway leading to a reconsideration which would take Norway in?

European Community (Membership) (7 Apr 1975)

Mr Ken Lomas: I am very glad to be called immediately following the speech of the hon. Member for Glasgow, Cathcart (Mr. Taylor), because it was a pleasure to hear him speaking about oil without once mentioning "Scottish oil", because the oil off our shores belongs to the whole of Britain. On Wednesday I shall vote for Britain to stay in Europe, and I have already advised my constituents to do the same...

European Community (Membership) (7 Apr 1975)

Mr Ken Lomas: Under conditions, of course. But we have obtained a refund of £125 million. What is more, for all practical purposes the idea of economic and monetary union has been abandoned. Therefore, we have moved in that direction in line with our February 1974 manifesto. I do not know how many of my hon. Friends came to this House only recently and perhaps did not hear the 1971 debates. But I wonder...

European Community (Membership) (7 Apr 1975)

Mr Ken Lomas: No, I do not think that that is right. I believe that our contribution to the Community is something that is to be negotiated and settled in that way.

European Community (Membership) (7 Apr 1975)

Mr Ken Lomas: No, I shall not give way because I have given Mr. Speaker an assurance that I should take only 10 minutes. In our renegotiations—this has come from the Council of Ministers, and it has been endorsed by the Prime Minister—we have been successful in ensuring the retention by the British Parliament of those powers over the British economy which are needed for the pursuit of effective...

Vaccine-Damaged Children (3 Dec 1974)

Mr Ken Lomas: This will be the second occasion this year that the subject of vaccine-damaged children has been raised. The first occasion was on 31st January by my hon. Friend the Member for Stoke-on-Trent, South (Mr. Ashley) who opened his debate by saying: The purpose of this debate is to tear aside the veil of obscurity which has shrouded the fate of thousands of children, to suggest urgent action...

Orders of the Day — Social Security Benefits Bill (21 Nov 1974)

Mr Ken Lomas: I am sure that the hon. Gentleman is aware of the number of children who have suffered vaccine damage in the United Kingdom, and of the fact that Governments of whatever party have not been able to estimate the exact numbers of these children. Does he not agree that those children and their families are just as deserving of compensation as are the thalidomide children? Is not this a subject...

Orders of the Day — Social Security Benefits Bill (21 Nov 1974)

Mr Ken Lomas: Vaccine.


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