Results 1–20 of 656 for speaker:Mr Richard Winterbottom

Orders of the Day — National Airport Policy (29 Jun 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: Is my right hon. Friend aware that we could get three international airports for that price on Humberside and in the South Yorkshire area which would possibly be of greater value to the economy?

Local Government Boundaries (Sheffield) (27 Feb 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: Is it not also a fact that the recommendations in the Report have also been taken into consideration by the Minister when the year 1981 was fixed as the time at which provision had to be made for Sheffield's overspill?

Local Government Boundaries (Sheffield) (27 Feb 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: There is not the slightest hope of that.

Local Government Boundaries (Sheffield) (27 Feb 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: Is my hon. Friend aware that before an Order is issued by the Minister of Housing and Local Government an indication has to be given by the Home Secretary and the indication that the Order would be issued by the Minister was given before Christmas?

Local Government Boundaries (Sheffield) (27 Feb 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: I have only two minutes in which to speak and I have many things to say which I shall not be able to cover in that time. I will therefore confine my remarks to the Wortley case, with which I have some sympathy, especially about the timetable, as this has all been a matter of squeezing as much as possible into a limited time. In discussing the Wortley case, we have to consider the offer which...

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill (26 Jan 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: The right hon. Gentleman was dealing largely with the finance of the steel companies. I suggest that that problem would have been there whether or not we had had a nationalisation Bill. The British steel industry has already been the subject of a review under the very able chairmanship of Sir Henry Benson. It has published its First Report. It has made suggestions about the reorganisation of...

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill (26 Jan 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: The right hon. Gentleman is still living in the past. He has not seen the wind of change and has not had given to him the advice which was given to me when I was sailing before the mast, namely, "Never throw your slops to windward". It is coming back to him at this stage because he has to face the problem of what to do from now on rather than what has been done up to now. I think that I...

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill: Clause 33. — (Location of Offices of Corporation.) (24 Jan 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: Before the hon. Member for Barry (Mr. Gower) sits down, can he tell us whether there is anything at the moment which prevents the offices of the Steel Corporation being located in any part of the country, after due consideration? Secondly, may I ask him if he would transfer Steel House in part or wholly, at one fell swoop?

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill: New Clause No. 7. — (Consultation on Matters Concerning the European Coai. and Steel Community.) (19 Jan 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: —as to the point at which in our negotiations for entry into the Community there will be discussions about anything in the Bill before us, or how the hon. Member arrives at the conclusion that the prices difficulty will affect negotiations for entry into that body, when most of these things are unknown at present. Is not it a figment of his imagination?

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill: New Clause No. 7. — (Consultation on Matters Concerning the European Coai. and Steel Community.) (19 Jan 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: I heard what was said then, but that was a different matter.

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill: New Clause No. 7. — (Consultation on Matters Concerning the European Coai. and Steel Community.) (19 Jan 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: In respect of the article from which the hon. Gentleman quoted, I respectfully point out that it was by a contributor and did not express either the official or the unofficial opinion of the High Authority. It is not only an opinion of the contributor, but also an opinion largely shared in steel circles on the Continent by the authors of Le Plan Professionel, which has dominated the French...

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill: New Clause No. 7. — (Consultation on Matters Concerning the European Coai. and Steel Community.) (19 Jan 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: The French steel industry has recently completed the first part of a reorganisation which gives a much bigger output in many of the French steel factories—in fact, it has been subsidised by the French Government—yet this has not been challenged by the High Authority. I suggest that the hon. Gentleman is speaking from hopeful imagination rather than from full knowledge of the facts.

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill: New Clause No. 1. — (Publication by Corporation of Lists of Prices and Conditions of Sale.) (18 Jan 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: When I went to Sunday school, I used to sing a hymn, "Yield not to temptation for to yield is to sin". By Jove! I do not think that it is a sin any longer tonight. During the whole of my experience in this House I have never heard such a wealth of claptrap and irrelevant observation as I have heard today. The hon. Member for Worcestershire, South (Sir G. Nabarro) started by talking about the...

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill: New Clause No. 1. — (Publication by Corporation of Lists of Prices and Conditions of Sale.) (18 Jan 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: Publish the prices. That is all we are dealing with in the Clause, the publication of prices. According to the Clause it will be the duty of the Corporation to publish, with suitable variations, the prices of steel. It has been explained to hon. Gentlemen opposite that the duty of the Corporation—a duty which it has to undertake because somebody must publish these prices—will not in any...

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill: New Clause No. 1. — (Publication by Corporation of Lists of Prices and Conditions of Sale.) (18 Jan 1967)

Mr Richard Winterbottom: —and the hon. Gentleman as he says, and others, which, as we used to say in Lancashire, is like a bung hole without a barrel—it means nothing. Someone has to publish the prices of steel, and to publish them in such a way that the world and the country know what prices are being charged. There is no restriction on private companies to publish their prices when they so desire, or to please...


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