Results 121–128 of 128 for speaker:Mr Peter Trew

Schedule 8: Share Option and Share Incentive Schemes (10 Jul 1973)

Mr Peter Trew: As my right hon. Friend was kind enough to refer to me, may I express my appreciation of the Government's having made it possible to extend share option schemes to shop floor schemes? This, coupled with the ending of the discounting penalty, will increase the flexibility and value of these schemes.

Price and Pay Code (17 Oct 1973)

Mr Peter Trew: The hon. Member for Fife, West (Mr. William Hamilton) was commendably honest in saying that his party failed from 1964 to 1970. I venture to predict that it will fail again if it goes to the country with the banner under which it temporarily achieved unity at Blackpool. If we are, over a period of time, to reduce inflation, quite apart from any monetary or budgetary policy—to which I shall...

Price and Pay Code (17 Oct 1973)

Mr Peter Trew: It has been denied? Nevertheless, on the calculations that one can make for oneself, based on the rate of inflation, I believe that it is not far off the truth. I believe that, by the continuing process" of the buoyancy of the revenue and the tailing off of public expenditure, without further action from the Chancellor the deficit would eventually disappear, and that is an outcome which I...

Channel Tunnel (25 Oct 1973)

Mr Peter Trew: On a point of information. Is the hon. Member the official Liberal Party spokesman on Kent?

Housing and Land (6 Nov 1973)

Mr Peter Trew: Since the hon. Member for Rother Valley (Mr. Hardy) and I will never agree on the Housing Finance Act, perhaps it will be better if I do not comment in detail on his remarks. I wish to say something about mortgages, and I must declare an interest in housing development and construction. We have become accustomed to building societies being flush with funds in some years and being able to...

Orders of the Day — Waste Material (Recycling) (22 Nov 1973)

Mr Peter Trew: I welcome this opportunity of raising the subject of the recycling of waste materials. We are beset on all sides by a shortage of materials. The world's natural resources are limited and are gradually becoming depleted. There is, however, one resource which is not only growing but growing at an alarming rate. That resource is waste material, of all descriptions. Rubbish is the world's only...

Orders of the Day — Waste Material (Recycling) (22 Nov 1973)

Mr Peter Trew: Second, they result in a substantial saving in imports, because many of the materials that they replace we import from abroad. Third, they provide a partial solution to the disposal of refuse, which is potentially such a great blight of the environment. There are two main groups of activities in recycling. The first comprises those well-established recycling activities—the collection and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Road Surfaces (5 Dec 1973)

Mr Peter Trew: Can my hon. Friend say whether any conclusion has yet been reached about the relevant noise generating qualities of concrete roads as opposed to tar roads?

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