Results 81–100 of 395 for speaker:Mr Irvine Patnick

Clause 50: Housing Action Trusts: Constitution (14 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: I apologise to you, Mr. Deputy Speaker. The hon. Gentleman can have two stripes for that one.

Clause 50: Housing Action Trusts: Constitution (14 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: I thank the hon. Gentleman again for his courtesy. How does he explain the fact that Lord Mulley, a former Member of Parliament for Sheffield and Minister in the Labour Government, has been appointed deputy chairman of the Sheffield urban development corporation?

Clause 50: Housing Action Trusts: Constitution (14 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: rose—

Clause 50: Housing Action Trusts: Constitution (14 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: I am extremely grateful to the hon. Gentleman for giving way again. I notice that the hon. Member for Normanton (Mr. O'Brien) is sitting complacently on the Opposition Front Bench. His former leader, Sir Jack Smart, was given the chairmanship of Wakefield health authority. We can carry on trading such things across the Chamber, if that is what the hon. Gentleman wishes—

Clause 50: Housing Action Trusts: Constitution (14 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: With respect to the hon. Gentleman, I am intervening in the speech of his hon. Friend the Member for Bradford, South (Mr. Cryer), who is sitting in the opposite corner. If the hon. Gentleman wishes to intervene in his hon. Friend's speech, I am sure that he can. The hon. Member for Bradford, South changes his ground. He began by saying "no person" but now everything is different.

Clause 50: Housing Action Trusts: Constitution (14 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: rose—

Clause 50: Power to Give Financial Assistance (14 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: Further to that point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. I was listening to my hon. Friend the Whip. He was complimenting my hon. Friend the Member for Harrow, West (Mr. Hughes) on his contribution.

Clause 50: Power to Give Financial Assistance (14 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: The hon. Gentleman is on the Opposition Back Benches now.

Schedule 2: Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield (21 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: During the course of this Adjourment debate I hope to outline to those hon. Members who are still in the Chamber a dilemma facing my constituents, patients, consultants, the Sheffield health authority, the hospital staff, the readers of The Star—the local newspaper which has informed everyone of the situation—and not least myself. The dilemma is that the Royal Hallamshire hospital,...

Opposition Day: Housing and Planning Policies (22 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: rose—

Opposition Day: Housing and Planning Policies (22 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: At one stage in my career I was a builder—

Opposition Day: Housing and Planning Policies (22 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: Far from it, dear boy. A contractor is drawn to an area by the price of land and communications. From London, it takes one hour 38 minutes to Doncaster, two and a half hours to Sheffield, and how many years to Langbaurgh I do not know. So communications is one of the things which determine where people go. We have beautiful green fields around Sheffield. It is a lovely place to live, but it...

Opposition Day: Housing and Planning Policies (22 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Opposition Day: Housing and Planning Policies (22 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: I thank the hon. Member for Newham, North-West (Mr. Banks) for his courteous remarks. As a senior Member, he sets a bad example. I ask the hon. Member for Leeds, West (Mr. Battle) to tell us who supervised the building of those council houses that were badly built? Who paid for them? Who wrote the cheque? The fact remains that they were supervised by councils and by their employees who were...

Furniture (Fire Resistance) (29 Jun 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: Is my hon. Friend aware of the shortage of manufacturers who make the flame-proofing treatment used on fabrics, and that there is a need for more companies to do that work? Is he aware of the difficulties with man-made fabrics, which appear to present a larger problem than the natural materials that are used? What steps is he taking to ensure that firms look into flame-proofing and do...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Yts (5 Jul 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: Is my hon. Friend aware of Sheffield city council's decision not to implement the adult training scheme? What effect will that have on young people, and what can be done to ensure that those who want training obtain it, despite Sheffield city council's inaction?

Bills Presented: Supplemental (20 Jul 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: Where does the hon. Gentleman get his notion of no representation without taxation? It will be possible to vote while at the same time not paying taxes. Will he explain the basis of his argument?

Clause 13: Relief for Students (20 Jul 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: Are those circumstances any different than those that operate at present, whereby councils employ people to find those who have not paid their rates and prosecute them?

Schedule 15: Local Authority Publicity (20 Jul 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: How will the code stop Sheffield issuing a newspaper called the "City of Sheffield News" at a cost of £100,000 to the ratepayers? In effect, it is a broadsheet issued on behalf of the Labour party and consists of articles knocking the Government. How will the code stop that?

Schedule 15: Local Authority Publicity (20 Jul 1988)

Mr Irvine Patnick: Rubbish!


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