Results 1–20 of 1068 for speaker:Mr Raphael Tuck

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Services: Prime Minister (Engagements) (3 Apr 1979)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Is my right hon. Friend aware that he is entitled to the gratitude of the whole country for the valiant and violent solo stand that he made? Will he give an assurance that he will continue to battle for a freeze on common prices until the surpluses are removed? Does he also appreciate that we need him in Europe as a fixture until the CAP is reformed?

Business of the House (29 Mar 1979)

Mr Raphael Tuck: In view of the changed arrangements, will there be discussions this afternoon on the White Paper on broadcasting, or will that be shelved?

Orders of the Day — Independent Broadcasting Authority Bill (29 Mar 1979)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Inevitably, this is my swan song in this House. It is a rather sad day for me. Before coming to the main theme of my speech, I should like to put on record my thanks and appreciation to right hon. and hon. Members for the abiding courtesy and consideration they have shown to me, even when they disagreed with the opinions that I have expressed. My memory of this House is something that I shall...

Orders of the Day — Independent Broadcasting Authority Bill (29 Mar 1979)

Mr Raphael Tuck: The hon. Gentleman forgets that this system operates already in the cinema. There are X-certificate films to which no one under 18 years of age is allowed entry and U-films which those under 18 can see. Surely, a system can be introduced into television whereby films would be prohibited and parents would need to go to the cinema to see them.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Gibraltar (21 Mar 1979)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Has no pressure at all been put on the Spanish Government to modify their attitude towards Gibraltar? Could not a carrot—and a stick, perhaps—be used in regard to Spain's admission to the EEC?

Oral Answers to Questions — Court of Session and High Court of Justiciary (14 Mar 1979)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Is my right hon. Friend aware that he deserves the gratitude not only of this House but of the whole country for the courageous stand that he has taken? More power to his elbow. What prospect does he think there is of making the more myopic members of the European Economic Community see a little further than their noses?

Business of the House (8 Mar 1979)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Some time ago, my right hon. Friend promised to give further consideration to early-day motion No. 187 on violence on television, which has now been signed by 132 hon. Members from both sides of the House. [That this House is strongly of the opinion that films which are categorised as ' X ' films at cinemas and which it is prohibited to show to persons under the age of 18 years should not be...

Business of the House (1 Feb 1979)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Has my right hon. Friend seen early-day motion 187? [That this House is strongly of the opinion that films which are categorised as 'X' films at cinemas and which it is prohibited to show to persons under the age of 18 years should not be shown on television.] The motion seeks to stop the showing on television of films of sex and violence that are regarded as unsuitable for cinema showing...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Situation (22 Jan 1979)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Did not the hon. Gentleman and his party vote against the sanctions? I may be wrong, but I thought they did.

Orders of the Day — Industrial Situation (22 Jan 1979)

Mr Raphael Tuck: I have been impelled to rise by the sentiment expressed by the Opposition that the Prime Minister should bring in legislation restricting picketing or prohibiting secondary picketing, and, in their words, act under it; or, in the words of the right hon. Member for Western Isles (Mr. Stewart), that the Prime Minister should pass the necessary legislation and make it stick. May I remind the...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Situation (22 Jan 1979)

Mr Raphael Tuck: What kind of action?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister (Engagements) (14 Dec 1978)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Will the Prime Minister take time off to try to drum into the heads of the CBI that one cannot raise prices and at the same time hold down wages, and to drum into the heads of the TUC that one cannot raise wages and at the same time hold prices down? The sooner both parties appreciate the realities of the situation, the better off we all shall be. Is that not what the 5 per cent. guideline is...

Business of the House (8 Dec 1978)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Is my right hon. Friend aware that in the press, on radio and on television it was stated that the Opposition were thwarted last night by the Left wing of the Labour Party? Does he realise that, although I am regarded as being Left wing by the Right wing of my party, I am not a member of the Tribune group? Does he realise also that one would have to be cross-eyed to call my hon. Friend the...

Business of the House (8 Dec 1978)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Does not my right hon. Friend think that some correction should be made to these reports?

Business of the House (8 Dec 1978)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Hear, hear.

Oral Answers to Questions — Oral Answers to Questions: Mobility Allowance (5 Dec 1978)

Mr Raphael Tuck: I recognise the great work that my hon. Friend has done for old people, but may I ask him to use his best efforts to ensure that the time will not be far off when the mobility allowance will be available to everyone, irrespective of his or her age, no matter how old he or she may be? I can assure him, now that I am getting towards my seventieth year, that old people need far more than young...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Television (X Certificate Films) (30 Nov 1978)

Mr Raphael Tuck: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will seek to introduce legislation to prohibit the exhibition on television of films certified in the X category as unsuit- able for exhibition to persons under the age of 18 years in cinemas.

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Television (X Certificate Films) (30 Nov 1978)

Mr Raphael Tuck: What is the sense of prohibiting the showing of X films to teenagers under 18 in cinemas yet allowing them to see the same films on television in their homes? Is she aware that it is no answer to say that these films are not screened until 10.30 p.m. because, as she knows, kids of 17 do not go to bed at 10.30 p.m.? If my hon. Friend will not go all the way with me, will she at least adopt the...

Business of the House (30 Nov 1978)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Did my right hon. Friend see the report in The Times on Monday to the effect that the House would be rising on 15th December? How is it that The Times knows this before hon. Members? Or is it a case of guessing again, rather like the General Election of October this year that never was?

" the Times"newspaper (30 Nov 1978)

Mr Raphael Tuck: The unions did say that unless the management removed the suspension they would not talk. It is the management which has caused the suspension.


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