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Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister (Engagements): Inland Revenue (Discretion) (27 Mar 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: Few things are certain in politics, but there is one thing that never changes—the feet of radicals are always planted firmly in mid-air. This is my last defence debate in the House of Commons. Looking back over the past 15 years that I have been in the House, I find it horrifying to see the way in which Britain's power and influence for good in the world have been diminished. In this...

House of Commons (Refreshment Facilities) (26 Mar 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: Is the Minister implying that he, as the Minister responsible, is satisfied with the pay and allowances that the men in the Army, for instance, are getting?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Royal Navy (Defence Capability) (20 Mar 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: What assessment has the Minister made of why the Russians are building these large aircraft carriers?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister (Engagements) (15 Mar 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: In view of the silent and dignified vigil by the nurses outside Parliament, should not we pay heed and have an early debate, so that we can be assured that the nurses will not be less well treated than the more loud-mouthed sections of society?

National Health Service (15 Mar 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: I wish to raise, under Supplementary Estimates—class 1: Defence—the question of the pay and allowances of the Royal Navy and the Royal Marines. I start by apologising to you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, and the staff of the House for keeping people up at this late hour. I also apologise to the Minister. But, since he bears overall responsibility for the welfare of the Royal Navy and the Royal...

National Health Service (15 Mar 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: Is £1 a day extra pay a fair reward for undertaking a 90- or 100-hour week in Northern Ireland? The Minister will not have to squint for much longer as I turn to example No. 4. On 25 April 1978, the Prime Minister announced pay increases for the forces for the next 12 months. It amounted to a 10 per cent. increase plus 3 per cent. on the"X factor ". That was a total increase of a shade over...

National Health Service (15 Mar 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: I see your problem, Mr. Deputy Speaker. My wife has no such problem. What must now be done? I have not used the words"What must be done to restore morale?"It is to the eternal credit of the men of all three Services that their morale remains as good as it is despite the fact so many of them feel that the Government have given them a dud cheque, or"green rub"as they say. What I am asking is...

National Health Service (15 Mar 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: I am grateful to the Minister for what he is saying and for replying in a full way to the points made from the Opposition Benches. However, does he really take the point—I have tried to make it clear; I hoped that I had done so—that these deferred steps towards comparability are permanently depriving the men of the money which they should have had year by year, which will now never be...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: National Defences (13 Feb 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: Will the Secretary of State confirm that from 1 April the Forces will he paid not only the first instalment that he mentioned but the full comparability element for the rise in civilian earnings which occurred in the current year?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Officers (Retired Pay) (13 Feb 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: Surely the Minister is responsible for the Armed Forces. Does he realise that there are glaring anomalies for which he is responsible? Will he please take an early opportunity to make a statement to the House on this admittedly complicated subject?

Public Services (Hampshire) (12 Feb 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: I beg to ask leave to move the Adjournment of the House, under Standing Order No. 9, for the purpose of discussing a specific and important matter that should have urgent consideration, namely, the total paralysis of local government services in the Winchester area. The words "total paralysis" are not mine; they are those of Mr. Shaun Hilliard, the area organiser for NUPE, in a press...

Public Services (Hampshire) (12 Feb 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: Thank you, Mr. Speaker; I shall take a short cut. Above all, the National Federation of Self-Employed and the volunteers who yesterday joined them ask whether there is any reason why their action should be considered provocative, and whether there is any obligation on private citizens to seek the approval of NUPE before clearing the streets of their city. Yesterday's events have had wide...

Orders of the Day — Rhodesia (Oil Sanctions) (1 Feb 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: The hon. Gentleman is making an interesting point, but will he take it from me that, had a Labour Government been in power at the time of Suez, the troops would not have been stabbed in the back by the Opposition as they went over the beaches?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Roads (Improvement) (24 Jan 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: Does the Minister realize that the Winchester bypass is extremely dangerous and extremely outmoded, and that the two protracted public inquiries will have enormously increased the cost of any scheme that is decided? Will he ask his right hon. Friend the Secretary of State to do his best to make an early decision, so that work can start as soon as possible?

Orders of the Day — Coastguard Service (22 Jan 1979)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: Will the Minister clear up two points? In the reorganisation, will he recognise the importance of continuing co-ordination and co-operation between the Coastguard as reorganised and the RNLI, as evidenced in the new combined operations room at Poole? Will he confirm that the Government in no way intend to diminish the role of the all-volunteer RNLI? Secondly, does he agree that there is an...

Oral Answers to Questions — Industry: Citizens Advice Bureaux (11 Dec 1978)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: asked the Secretary of State for Prices and Consumer Protection when he intends to make his decision concerning future development grants to assist citizens advice bureaux ; and whether he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Industry: Citizens Advice Bureaux (11 Dec 1978)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: Can the Minister say how far ahead the bureaux can look to be assured of their support from the Government? After all, they have a very important job to do.

South Africa (8 Dec 1978)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: The hon. Member is not being as logical as she usually is. If there is increasing unemployment both here and in South Africa, surely the position in both countries would be far worse if sanctions were applied, which is what we are discussing today.

South Africa (8 Dec 1978)

Rear-Admiral Morgan Morgan-Giles: I think the hon. Gentleman misunderstood me. I was taking up the point in the sentence he had just uttered about what was best for the non-white people of South Africa. It was that narrow point with which I was concerned.


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