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Oral Answers to Questions — Oral Answers to Questions: Job Release Scheme (28 Nov 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: asked the Secretary of State for Employment whether the current job release scheme will be continued beyond its current term; and whether he has decided upon any modifications.

Oral Answers to Questions — Oral Answers to Questions: Job Release Scheme (28 Nov 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: Is my hon. Friend aware that the Question really relates to the job creation scheme? Will he look at the question of capital investment and the involvement of young people in particular in social work and work within their own communities?

House of Commons (Redistribution of Seats) Bill (28 Nov 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: Thank goodness.

House of Commons (Redistribution of Seats) Bill (28 Nov 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: The hon. Member for Antrim, North (Rev. Ian Paisley) talked about reconciling the irreconcilable. How does he reconcile his alleged loyalty to this House with his threats of disloyalty to any decision of the House with which he may disagree? Is he aware that no one in this House wishes to force the majority or any others in Northern Ireland into accepting a status against their will?

House of Commons (Redistribution of Seats) Bill (28 Nov 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: I pay my respects, Mr. Deputy Speaker, to the hon. Member for Epping Forest (Mr. Biggs-Davison), who now speaks from the Back Benches, because at least he is consistent. Through the period that I have spent in this House he has earned my respect for his consistency, although I disagree with him entirely because of his espousal of minority rule in Rhodesia and of similar injustices towards a...

House of Commons (Redistribution of Seats) Bill (28 Nov 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: The hon. Gentleman protesteth too much. Those who have read his book on Ulster, and those who have debated with him and heard him in the past, will form their own judgment with regard to that. But that is not the purpose of my intervention today. My right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland will, I am sure, forgive me for sharing with others who have spoken a rather...

House of Commons (Redistribution of Seats) Bill (28 Nov 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: —who made a particularly unpleasant and chauvinist remark in that maiden speech. She was a lady who was prone on occasion to make unpleasant remarks. She certainly was not noted for charming femininity in her approach to the Northern Ireland question. She said that the Englishman had not yet been born who could understand the problems of Northern Ireland or of Ireland. I objected very...

House of Commons (Redistribution of Seats) Bill (28 Nov 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: Those two counties were brought in because the four counties were not viable as an entity. Was that a fair Boundary Commission? Michael Collins would have turned in his grave had he known what would happen after having signed the treaty. The men of moderation such as Michael Collins, who signed that treaty, actually believed that we in Britain would keep our word. We failed to keep our word...

House of Commons (Redistribution of Seats) Bill (28 Nov 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: The terms of reference of the Ombudsman to whom the hon. Gentleman refers have no connection with the argument that I was putting forward. I do not think he has entirely followed my argument, which was that at each stage in the pathetic history of Northern Ireland, whatever the Government's complexion, everything that was done, was clone two, three or four years too late. Those of us who...

Oral Answers to Questions — Oral Answers to Questions: Police (Recruitment) (6 Jul 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: Will my right hon. Friend accept, notwithstanding the increase in numbers and the difficulties and constraints of the pay guidelines, that there could be a tremendous crisis of morale in the police force, which could be dangerous to a democratic society? Will he recognise that it is vitally important, therefore, that the Edmund-Davies report be implemented as soon as possible? Will he urge...

Oral Answers to Questions — Oral Answers to Questions: Police (Recruitment) (6 Jul 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: Will my right hon. Friend take action to prevent wastage and increase recruitment?

House of Commons (Administration) Bill: Schedule 1 — The Commission (27 Jun 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: If the Opposition welcome my right hon. Friend's assurance, I find it difficult to understand why they do not also welcome the fact that that assurance is actually written into the Bill and given statutory recognition. It seems fitting to me that the right of employees of this House and, therefore, of the new Commission should have the same statutory rights as those employed elsewhere. It ...

House of Commons (Administration) Bill: Schedule 1 — The Commission (27 Jun 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: My follow-up to that is that it is the right of every one of those non-union members to join a trade union and become a member of a recognised trade union. That would immediately give them that statutory right. If they so choose, they can stand or fall by their non-representation, but if they are not organised in a trade union it is very difficult for them to consult my right hon. Friend or...

Clause 2: Playgrounds (Facilities and Safety) (21 Mar 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: In past debates and at Question Time I have frequently expressed a concern, which I know is shared by many hon. Members, on the subject of industrial safety and, indeed, road safety. More recently there has been an upsurge of interest in the dangers associated with the rather over-publicised pastime of skateboarding and the need to provide proper facilities away from traffic and other...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: North-West Region (28 Feb 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: Is my hon. Friend aware that for structural and geographical reasons, the North-West, comparatively, has deteriorated more rapidly than any other region? Will he, therefore, channel a greater concentration and share of Government resources and, indeed, of Common Market grants, and Government contracts and other aid into these older urban areas, upon which the wealth of this nation was...

Belize (25 Jan 1978)

Mr Paul Rose: Does not my right hon. Friend agree that his words leave one with a certain amount of uneasiness, not least after what happened in Cyprus? Will he give an unequivocal undertaking to the people of Belize that there shall be no violation of their wishes and that we shall safeguard their interests? Will he further take this opportunity of discussing the economic viability of the area, in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Public Marches (17 Nov 1977)

Mr Paul Rose: My right hon. Friend is refusing to accept political responsibility, but does he not accept the overriding right of ethnic minorities not to be insulted, harassed and made objects of incitement to violence as against the question of free speech? On the question of the Manchester march, does my right hon. Friend agree that the cost to the public was £250,000, that he kept the march secret,...

MR. Agee and MR. Hosenball (3 May 1977)

Mr Paul Rose: The hon. Member for Mid-Bedfordshire (Mr. Hastings) has demonstrated accurately the iniquity of this procedure. He smeared people and called them agents of the KGB. But the Home Secretary said that these are not people who are alleged to have committed any crime, or to have spied, or to have done anything of the kind. Smears of that kind result from this procedure, and this is one reason why...

Airborne Early Warning (31 Mar 1977)

Mr Paul Rose: I congratulate my right hon. Friend on the earliest possible warning that he has given of what is a correct decision on every possible criterion which will be widely welcomed, not least in the Manchester area. Is there a possibility of future sales to other NATO countries of the maritime reconnaissance Nimrod in addition to the very welcome announcement that he has made today about the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Manchester (29 Mar 1977)

Mr Paul Rose: asked the Secretary of State for Employment whether he will take urgent action to offset the decline of jobs in manufacturing industry in the Greater Manchester area by the allocation of a higher proportion of funds for the Job Creation Programme and general Government policy in relation to contracts and industrial development.


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