Results 141–160 of 1068 for speaker:Mr Raphael Tuck

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Butter (8 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Four weeks ago my right hon. Friend the Minister told me that there was no butter mountain in Britain. Is my hon. Friend aware that a week previously The Times had reported that there was a butter mountain in Britain of 1,000 tons and that it has increased since? What will he do about it?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Pâté de Foie Gras (8 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Does my hon. Friend agree that there is no justification for cruelty to animals in order to satiate the bellies of the rich?

Business of the House (8 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. Every afternoon when we come into the House of Commons at half-past two it is a very cheery House. At four o'clock we are shrouded in darkness. Is that necessary? Can anything be done about it?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Cyprus (7 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Is my right hon. Friend aware that there are still 2,000 Greek Cypriots missing since the Turkish invasion and that United Nations Resolution 3450 of December 1975 reaffirmed the basic need for families to be informed about their missing relatives and requested the Secretary-General of the United Nations to use all his efforts to trace those people? Why has no progress been made on this...

Pay and Prices Policy (6 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. The right hon. and learned Member for Surrey, East (Sir G. Howe) not only did not put his motion where his mouth is—one might tell him where to put it—but did not even move it.

Pay and Prices Policy (6 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Despite any differences between my right hon. Friend the Chancellor of the Exchequer and myself —and there are some differences: for example, I believe in selective import controls, as does my hon. Friend the Member for Penistone (Mr. Mendelson), and I do not believe that the Chancellor does—I feel that he has done a tremendous job this time in cooperating with the trade unions and...

Pay and Prices Policy (6 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: The right hon. Gentleman says "Nonsense", but it has been proved by past events, particularly the events of early 1974. No one can get away from that. The charge has been levelled against my right hon. Friend the Chancellor of the Exchequer that he was pandering to the trade unions by getting their consent. I feel that those who level that charge do not see the whole situation in its...

Pay and Prices Policy (6 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: The right hon. Gentleman is making sedentary grunts. It certainly has something to do with it.

Pay and Prices Policy (6 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: It may have been about the reform of industrial relations, but it certainly had a lot to do with incomes policy. The situation has been reach in which the Government must not issue directives to the trade unions on an incomes policy which the trade unions must accept. The Government are not, thank heaven, in the happy or unhappy position of the EEC Commission, which issues directives to its...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prices and Consumer Protection: Investment (5 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: The hon. Member for Lewes (Mr. Rathbone) suggested the abolition of the Price Code. Can my right hon. Friend give the House any idea of the magnitude of price rises and inflation that would ensue if she abolished the code?

Water Supply (2 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Is my hon. Friend aware that his statement will be welcomed generally? I brought the matter to his attention during Question Time some weeks ago, and he informed me that the matter was local rather than national. Is he aware of the irresponsible attitude by the public in the indiscriminate use of water? For example, a golf course in Sussex was recently excessively watered. Can something be...

Business of the House (1 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Can my right hon. Friend tell the House who is the Secretary of the Services Committee so that we can have a go at him before prices rise any further? I had to pay 25p for one baked apple.

Business of the House (1 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: A few minutes ago my right hon. Friend told me that if I wanted to have a go at anybody on account of the food served in the House, I should have a go at him. Can you inform me, Mr. Speaker, whether that means that my right hon. Friend is responsible for eight hon. Members who had to be nodded through the Division Lobby last week because they had contracted food poisoning from House of...

Business of the House (1 Jul 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Mr. Speaker, I have not had an answer to my question.

Heads of Government (Puerto Rico Meeting) (29 Jun 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: As some of the newspapers appear to give the impression that an attempt has been made to dictate to the Prime Minister what his policy on public expenditure shall be, will he make it clear to the House and to all the other countries concerned that this is a matter for him and his Government alone and that he will not be dictated to by foreign Governments?

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Lorries (Speed Limits) (23 Jun 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Does my hon. Friend realise that it is no use our passing laws unless effective measures are taken for their enforcement? Is he aware that when I travel on the M1 to my constituency there is always the risk of a by-election in Watford because lorries pass me at more than 60 m.p.h. and cars at about 110 m.p.h., and the police are sadly absent? What can the Government do about it?

European Community (New Zealand Butter Supplies) (22 Jun 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Do the Government assume that New Zealand will produce 500,000 tonnes of butter less every year until finally it produces nothing at all?

Orders of the Day — Supply: Young People (Employment) (21 Jun 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: I intend to make a very brief speech indeed—in contradistinction to no fewer than 10 Back Benchers out of 14 who apparently so love the sound of their own voices that, notwithstanding the appeal of the Chair, they have dilated at length, oblivious to and completely inconsiderate of other hon. Members who wish to speak. I hope that they will note what I have said and in future cease to be so...

Orders of the Day — Supply: Young People (Employment) (21 Jun 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: The right hon. Gentleman said it himself.

Orders of the Day — Supply: Young People (Employment) (21 Jun 1976)

Mr Raphael Tuck: Jim did, too.


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