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Orders of the Day — Shops Bill (4 Feb 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: In the years that I have been privileged to be a Member of this House I have never spoken with greater emphasis and pride than I do today. I support the right hon. Member for Western Isles (Mr. Stewart), who spoke about his Christian experiences We face a period as crucial as any in recent years. Failure to recognise this fact could involve the nation in harsh commitments. I wish, if...

Orders of the Day — Shops Bill (4 Feb 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: Hear, hear.

Orders of the Day — Shops Bill (4 Feb 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: Again, hear, hear.

Orders of the Day — Shops Bill (4 Feb 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that this very institution is based upon Christianity? [Interruption.] If hon. Members laugh, they laugh at their own ignorance.

Orders of the Day — Shops Bill (4 Feb 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. I could not be in my place at the beginning of this morning's sitting as I had to visit my doctor. I have tried to catch the eye of the occupant of the Chair since taking my place, I am burning with indignation at some of the observations—

Orders of the Day — Shops Bill (4 Feb 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Orders of the Day — Shops Bill (4 Feb 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: rose—

Orders of the Day — Shops Bill (4 Feb 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: rose—

Trade (2 Feb 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: rose—

Trade (2 Feb 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: The hon. Gentleman is missing a treat.

Trade (2 Feb 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: I think what has been recited so far is accurate, but has it been selective enough? Places which were predominant in the textile industry at one time have not got even a rag to manufacture. That is my point about being selective.

Youth Training Scheme (2 Feb 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: rose—

Youth Training Scheme (2 Feb 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: Whatever might be said about the lions and the lambs, this is a constructive document. I am very pleased to tell the House that about two and a half years ago in Nelson, a neighbouring constituency to my own, I was asked to address a meeting of apprentices. I did so and found it a great pleasure because, having been in engineering for many years, I know that apprentices are the very basis of...

Falkland Islands (Franks Report) (25 Jan 1983)

Mr Daniel Jones: rose—

Orders of the Day — Pneumoconiosis etc. (Workers' Compensation) (20 Dec 1982)

Mr Daniel Jones: I enjoyed the Minister's contribution very much, because it brought me confirmation and a great deal of joy. One Saturday morning a man came to my so-called surgery and collapsed there. Not being a medical man, I did not know what to do for the best, but with the aid of cold water I brought him round. When I asked him "What is the matter with you?" he said "I suffer from pneumoconiosis."...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Nationality (16 Dec 1982)

Mr Daniel Jones: Among the aspirations of the countries mentioned, one can reasonably assume that their economies are the chief concern. I rise to speak today—

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Nationality (16 Dec 1982)

Mr Daniel Jones: I want to say quite definitely—[Interruption.] Hon. Members might give me a chance to speak. I have had meetings in that area with the Home Secretary about the economy and the discussions have always been constructive. As a result, I am complaining, or asking the Minister—[HON. MEMBERS: "Hear, hear."] Well, Conservative Members are really sticking to a minor point, are they not? I ask the...

Orders of the Day — Opposition Day: The Economy (Impact on Women) (8 Dec 1982)

Mr Daniel Jones: When I spoke about unemployment I said that I had been unemployed for five years. The response from Tory Party Members was nothing but unconcealed merriment. We know that unemployment is becoming even worse. I was angered by the reaction of Tory Members to my unemployment and I ask my hon. Friend to comment on their attitude.

Orders of the Day — Opposition Day: The Economy (Impact on Women) (8 Dec 1982)

Mr Daniel Jones: The hon. Gentleman is taking a superficial view of unemployment. I have been unemployed. Will the hon. Gentleman say that he, too, has had experience of unemployment? I shall give the House an example from my personal experience of how to combat unemployment. For years Hong Kong has been a textile area. It is now suffering severely from the recession. [Interruption.] What is wrong with saying...


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