Results 221–240 of 882 for speaker:Mr Edward Milne

European Free Trade Association and European Economic Community (11 Nov 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. In view of the unsatisfactory nature of the statement that we have received, may I give notice that I intend to raise the matter at the earliest possible moment on the Adjournment?

Oral Answers to Questions — European Economic Community (9 Nov 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: When the Prime Minister talks about arrangements for entry having been completed, is he aware that only as recently as today we are told that there has been a breakdown in the fisheries talks? When the right hon. Gentleman talks about 1972 and a meeting of the Heads of Government in Europe, does he not realise that that gives him an opportunity to discuss with the British people the question...

Orders of the Day — European Communities (25 Oct 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: Why has the right hon. and learned Gentleman already agreed to reduce the 12-mile limit to six miles, as a negotiating point, if negotiations are still to continue on the question of the status quo?

Orders of the Day — European Communities (25 Oct 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: Mr. Edward Milne (Blyth) rose—

Orders of the Day — European Communities (25 Oct 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: Mr. Milne rose—

Orders of the Day — European Communities (25 Oct 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: Mr. Milne rose—

Orders of the Day — European Communities (25 Oct 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: Mr. Milne rose—

Orders of the Day — European Communities (25 Oct 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: In the right hon. Gentleman's illustration of the regional policies of the Six, he gave the House some figures for Italy. Is he aware that if the same ratio prevailed in the northern region of England the unemployment figure there would be 30,000 higher than it is even under the Tories at the moment?

Package Holidays (21 Oct 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: The Financial Times of 2nd October said that 23 million package tour brochures would be delivered to British households in the coming weeks. An increasing number of people will take holidays abroad. We are prompted to ask whether the travel industry has taken heed of the difficulties encountered by holiday makers and what they are going to do about it. During last summer conditions prompted...

Package Holidays (21 Oct 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: It is my Adjournment debate.

Package Holidays (21 Oct 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: On a point of order. I did not ask the hon. Gentleman to come. He said that he intended to come, and I said that I should—

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Development of Tourism Act, 1969 (18 Oct 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: When will the Government stop dragging their feet on this matter? Surely there is already sufficient information available on which to press the case for the registration of hotel and tourist accommodation, without waiting for the English Tourist Board. Tourist boards are waiting for a lead, and spring is far too late for a decision of this kind.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Transport Assets (Disposal) (28 Jul 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: Does not the right hon. Gentleman realise that the British travel trade has troubles enough of its own at the moment without his adding to them, and will this not make him and his Department look again at the policy of hiving off publicly-owned travel agents at this stage, realising that they have already put the clock back enough, without making matters even worse?

STANDING ORDER No. 9 (28 Jul 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. I had intended to ask leave to move the Adjournment of the House under Standing Order No. 9, but in view of the urgent and important business that is about to come before the House, and as I may have the opportunity to raise the subject of the plight of British holiday-makers on a Private Notice Question at a later stage, I withdraw my application.

Orders of the Day — United Kingdom and European Communities (26 Jul 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: I trust that the hon. Member for Esher (Mr. Mather) will forgive me if I do not comment on the various points he made, though [shall be touching on some of his arguments because he voiced some of the uncertainty that has spread through this four-day debate. The Government have a responsibility, between now and October, to fill in the gaps in this inadequate White Paper. A common thread...

Business of the House (15 Jul 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: On a point of order. In view of the attitude and answers of the Leader of the House on this subject of the dissemination of propaganda by the Government over entry of the Common Market, may we seek your guidance, Mr. Speaker, on what protection the House has, since this propaganda is being spread despite the fact that neither the House nor the Government will have come to a decision on the...

Business of the House (15 Jul 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: May I refer again to Motion No. 648 and your observations, Mr. Speaker, on the question of Government expenditure in the dissemination of propaganda about Government policy? Will the Leader of the House give an assurance, in view of the widespread anxiety in the House, that he will make a statement on this matter next week giving a clear lead on where Parliament's responsibility lies over...

President Pompidou (Speech) (28 Jun 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: My hon. Friend the Member for West Ham, North (Mr. Arthur Lewis) is to be congratulated on raising this important subject at this stage in the Common Market negotiations. Although we are being told that Britain will join if the terms are right, I agree with my hon. Friend that we must find out not just whether the terms are right but what the terms are. It all depends on the interpretation...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Mineworkers (South Yorkshire) (17 Jun 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: Will the Under-Secretary bear in mind, and advise his right hon. Friend and Ministers in other Departments, that it is essential in advertising jobs to stop limiting jobs to men under 55? Discrimination against those who accepted redundancy payments should be terminated forthwith.

European Economic Community (9 Jun 1971)

Mr Edward Milne: Is Britain's chief negotiator aware that from his travels to Luxembourg and Brussels he has probably brought back less than he would have done by staying at home? Two points need to be clarified. They are the question of Commonwealth sugar and the question of the agreement with the Community negotiators on this matter. Did negotiations take place, or did he report that he had got the...


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