Results 1–20 of 225 for speaker:Sir Henry Studholme

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Dairy Farmers ( 2 Mar 1966)

Sir Henry Studholme: asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, in view of the facts that about two-thirds of British beef comes from the dairy herd, and that substantial expansion of beef is called for by the National Plan, which would be accompanied by expansion in milk production with consequent erosion of the guaranteed milk price, what inducements he will offer to dairy farmers to undertake the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Dairy Farmers ( 2 Mar 1966)

Sir Henry Studholme: Would the right hon. Gentleman agree with the opinion expressed by experts at the farming conference at Oxford this year that the erosion in the guaranteed price of milk, as a consequence of increased beef production, might amount to as much as 2½d. a gallon?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Livestock Farmers (Assistance) ( 2 Mar 1966)

Sir Henry Studholme: asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food whether he will seek to extend to marginal farms, which, owing to their nature and locality, do not qualify for hill cow subsidy and cannot grow crops for sale, an extended type of farm improvement scheme, coupled with a subsidy for suckling herds, in order to help them play their part in the required expansion of Great Britain's national...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Livestock Farmers (Assistance) ( 2 Mar 1966)

Sir Henry Studholme: Does not the Minister agree that there would be considerable advantage in such a policy as I have suggested in that the erosion of the guaranteed milk price would be reduced?

Local Government Boundaries (South Western Counties) (15 Feb 1966)

Sir Henry Studholme: I want to refer to the Broadwoodwidger Order, No. 2087. I am very glad that my hon. Friend the Member for Cornwall, North (Mr. Scott-Hopkins) put down this Motion, because this is the only way in which we can discuss an Order of this nature. I do not oppose the Order. No representations have been made to me in opposition to it. It seems to be an Order which is generally dictated by common...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Defence: H.M.S. "Cambridge" (22 Dec 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: asked the Secretary of State for Defence what has been the cost to date of the buildings and installations at H.M.S. "Cambridge"; what effect the construction of a civil airport at Gnaton Cross would have on the proper functioning of the gunnery school; and what would be the estimated cost of moving the gunnery school elsewhere.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Defence: H.M.S. "Cambridge" (22 Dec 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: I thank the hon. Gentleman for that reply, which will give considerable satisfaction in the Plympton rural district. Do I take it that the proposed inquiry into the airport in February will not now take place?

Rhodesia (10 Dec 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: I am quite certain that every right hon. and hon. Member believes that the U.D.I. was wrong and that anyone who thinks, in 1965, that minority rule can continue indefinitely in Rhodesia must be living in a dream world, but I should like the right hon. Gentleman to answer this question. When he said in Rhodesia that majority rule could not come tomorrow or next week, what did he really mean,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Roads: A.38 Road (Improvements) ( 1 Dec 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: asked the Minister of Transport if he will reconsider his decision to defer the agreed improvements to the A.38 in Devon, in particular on the dangerous stretch between Chaddlewood and Lyneham Inn.

Oral Answers to Questions — Roads: A.38 Road (Improvements) ( 1 Dec 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that in the last three years there have been no less than 134 accidents on this sector of the Chaddlewood Line, six of them fatal? Will he please do something at once, because improvements were due to be carried out there this year, and we cannot afford to wait until the Plympton by-pass is completed, perhaps in three years' time.

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill (30 Nov 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: I hope that the hon. Member for Sheffield, Brightside (Mr. Winterbottom) will not think it churlish of me if I do not refer to his remarks about slaughterhouses and meat. That is quite clearly a subject on which he feels keenly. What I want to talk about for a few minutes concerns Part III. My right hon. Friend the Member for Grantham (Mr. Godber) put the Bill in its right perspective when...

Southern Rhodesia (Constitution Order) (24 Nov 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: The hon. Gentleman referred to the American Constitution and made reference to all men being created equal. He cited that as part of his argument for saying that there is no similarity with the situation in Salisbury. Would he not agree that the Americans have been slow since those days in implementing that part of their Constitution?

Orders of the Day — Pensions (Increase) Bill (18 Nov 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: Is the hon. and learned Gentleman aware that I have in my possession a copy of a letter which the hon. and learned Member for Northampton (Mr. Paget) wrote to one of my constituents saying, "If, as I hope, I am the next Secretary of State for War, I shall see to it that parity is given to cases like yours."?

Small Farms (Business Records) (30 Jul 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: I would always welcome any measure which succeeded in helping the small farmer, and particularly the small livestock farmer. I was interested in the remarks of my hon. Friend the Member for Torrington (Mr. Peter Mills), and particularly in what he said about milk production with which I entirely agree. I hope that the Joint Parliamentary Secretary will take heed of the very helpful...

Orders of the Day — COMMONS REGISTRATION BILL [Lords]: New Clause. — (Registration of Grazing Rights Limited by Number and of Rights Not So Limited.) (27 Jul 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: There is one point with regard to the horrible word "quantification", registering the number of animals that any commoner is allowed to pasture. I am not a lawyer. I would like the Minister to repeat something which I understood him to say. I hope that he will repeat it in simple language so that farmers and others concerned can understand it. I understood him to say that the number of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Economic Affairs: South-West Regional Headquarters ( 3 Jun 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: asked the First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Economic Affairs if he will now state the estimated cost of the proposed new Regional Headquarters for the South-West at Bristol, the estimated annual cost of running it, and the number of extra civil servants required.

Oral Answers to Questions — Economic Affairs: South-West Regional Headquarters ( 3 Jun 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: Is not the First Secretary's Answer rather extraordinary? Would not one have thought that he, like any private organisation or industry not bolstered up by the taxpayer, would have gone into all these things most carefully before embarking on this scheme?

Oral Answers to Questions — Gibraltar: Situation (27 May 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: When the Secretary of State entertained the members of the United Nations Special Committee on Colonialism here last week, was the question of Gibraltar discussed? Is the hon. Lady aware that there is great resentment in the country that these people, most of whom are bitter enemies of Britain and advocate the immediate handing over of Gibraltar to Spain, should have been entertained by the...

COMMONS REGISTRATION BILL [Lords] (28 Apr 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: I am very glad to welcome the Bill. To all intents and purposes, I think that it must be pretty well the same Bill which the Conservative Government had on the stocks and which my right hon. Friend the Member for Bedford (Mr. Soames), the then Minister of Agriculture, assured me, contrary to what the hon. Member for Lewisham, South (Mr. Carol Johnson) said, a Conservative Government would...

Oral Answers to Questions — Economic Affairs: South-West Regional Headquarters ( 8 Apr 1965)

Sir Henry Studholme: asked the First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Economic Affairs if he will state the estimated cost of the proposed regional headquarters for the South-West at Bristol, the estimated annual cost of running it, the number of extra civil servants required, and the cost of their salaries; and how the cost of this regional organisation will be met as between central and local...


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