Results 321–324 of 324 for speaker:Mr Rafton Pounder

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Indictable Offences (Commonwealth and Irish Republic Citizens) (27 Feb 1964)

Mr Rafton Pounder: I thank my right hon. Friend for those illuminating but disturbing figures. Does he consider that the time has now come, or is fast approaching, when he should study the possibility of controlling the hitherto unrestricted flow of Irish immigrants into this country?

Orders of the Day — Income Tax Management Bill (12 Feb 1964)

Mr Rafton Pounder: I, too, would like to add my own personal welcome to the Bill. Any legislation which seeks, as the Bill does, to modernise the law relating to the machinery and procedures of Income Tax is assured of a favourable reception not only inside this House, but also among the tax-paving public outside. I will go further and suggest that the Bill, which seeks to simplify the administrative...

Bill Presented: Shipbuilding Credit Bill (15 Jan 1964)

Mr Rafton Pounder: I am very much indebted to have been given this opportunity to say something in this debate, and particularly to follow immediately after the hon. Member for Jarrow (Mr. Fernyhough), because on the last occasion I addressed this House—my maiden speech a month ago—he was kind enough to say some very complimentary things about me immediately after I sat down. Although it is probably too...

Civil Estimates, Supplementary Estimates, 1963–64: Regional Development (4 Dec 1963)

Mr Rafton Pounder: As the new boy in the ranks of the Ulster Unionist Members I noted with more than passing interest the somewhat poetic description used by the right hon. Member for Easington (Mr. Shinwell) to describe my^ colleagues and myself. I also noted that at one stage in his speech the right hon. Gentleman used the words, "I will deliver my own speech". I will do just that myself. In the earlier days...

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