Results 1–20 of 405 for speaker:Mr Denys Bullard

Vestures of Ministers Measure (30 Jul 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy-Speaker. I am listening to my hon. and gallant Friend the Member for Down, South (Captain Orr) with great interest, and with much of his argument I am in broad sympathy, but shall we ever get to the Vestures of Ministers Measure if we are to discuss the constitution of the Church Assembly? Ought we not to confine ourselves more to this Measure? Otherwise, we...

Common Seal (Protection) (29 Jul 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: There is another possible method of dealing with this matter which we did not discuss yesterday although we should have done. Because of the value of seal skins when the common seals are shot in the water, people are shooting the animals from boats and skinning them in the boats and then tossing the carcasses into the sea from where they are washed up on the coasts of Norfolk. I do not know...

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (29 Jun 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: It sounds a mess.

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (29 Jun 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: Would the right hon. Gentleman say—this is a genuine inquiry—how that would have helped in the recent meat situation? Whatever arrangement we had with the Argentine, it could not have helped. A commodity commission could not deal with that sort of situation.

Orders of the Day — Cereals (Guarantee Payments) (29 Jun 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: I have always had misgivings about the principle of standard quantities. The hon. Member for Workington (Mr. Peart) has just said that they were accepted by the farmers—and I think that that is broadly the case—in return for undertakings about importations. I have studied the Order very carefully to see whether my misgivings have been overcome by the regulations now to be made. I think...

Orders of the Day — Cereals (Guarantee Payments) (29 Jun 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: The hon. Gentleman must hear me out. He cannot reply to me, because I have not said yet what I propose to say.

Orders of the Day — Cereals (Guarantee Payments) (29 Jun 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: If the hon. Gentleman waits a moment, I will put it in the clearest possible language. This is a method of regulating the importation of cereals, and it is to be done by international agreement, of which the hon. Member for Workington and his colleagues say they approve. It is a method which will fit in those importations with our home-grown acreage. It has the great virtue, in my opinion,...

Orders of the Day — Cereals (Guarantee Payments) (29 Jun 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: I was not giving way. I had finished.

Orders of the Day — Horticulture (15 Jun 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: There is no need for the hon. Member to intervene. He might have been a little more generous to the Government for these proposals though I must say, in fairness, that he welcomed them in broad terms. Like other hon. Members, I was surprised when reading the Schedules to see how comprehensively they cover the horticultural industry. I do not know who did all the thinking, but every possible...

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (Fertilisers) (15 Jun 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: Is the hon. Gentleman quite sure about the monopolistic position in manufacturing as opposed to the manufacture of basic commodities like nitrogen? Quite a large range of firms are involved in the manufacture of fertilisers. I have one in my constituency, a large amount of whose capital is owned by the Co-operative Wholesale Society. My experience of purchasing fertilisers is that the prices...

Business of the House (11 Jun 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: Could my right hon. and learned Friend say when we are likely to have a debate on agriculture? In case he should give me the reply that this is generally a matter for a Supply Day, will he say what approaches he has had from the Opposition through the usual channels in order that we might have the debate about which we heard so much during the Recess?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Beef (11 May 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: In laying his long-term plans for future arrangements with other countries, will my right hon. Friend be a little careful not to take too much notice of these forecasts, because when countries forecast that supplies will dry up it very often leads to events which prove to be in exactly the opposite direction?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Factory Farming (11 May 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: I recognise that there may be dangers and cruelty involved in keeping animals in too close quarters, but will my right hon. Friend discourage the use of the term "factory farm", because, so far as I know, there is no definition of it and often an animal kept in a small, warm, well-bedded quarters can be a lot more healthy and health-giving than one kept out on an open moor?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Live Animal Exports (11 May 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food if he will now make a statement on the welfare of livestock exported for slaughter.

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Live Animal Exports (11 May 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: Will my right hon. Friend accept my grateful thanks for this great move forward to ensure the welfare of livestock destined for slaughter? Will he also make it quite clear that this procedure will absolutely prevent any further export of sheep that might eventually find their way to Algeria for ritual slaughter, which was the original cause of the outcry over the whole of this business? In...

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (Ploughing Grants) (11 May 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: I give my hon. Friend the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Agriculture full support on this Scheme. I think that I have been fairly consistent on this question. When there was a great deal of criticism of the principle of the Part I ploughing grants I always maintained that it was a good principle. I should like to tell the House why I think that the grant is soundly based. The...

Finance Bill ( 7 May 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: I cannot follow the hon. Member for Dudley (Mr. Wigg) into the question of betting and the effects of Clause 7. I want to deal with what at any rate those who are engaged in it believe to be another form of gambling, namely, growing fruit—which is a long way from the subject raised by the hon. Member. I am sure that my right hon. Friend will not be surprised that I should want to take...

Export of Livestock (22 Apr 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to prohibit the export for slaughter of live horses, cattle, sheep, goats and pigs. At the hour when there is often a general exodus of hon. Members, I ask the House to consider again for a few moments the question of the export of live animals for slaughter abroad. I am asking the House for leave to bring in a Bill that would make it...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Aviation: Airfield, Sculthorpe (25 Mar 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: asked the Minister of Aviation if he will make a statement on the possibilities of using the now disused American air base at Sculthorpe, Norfolk, for purposes in connection with civil aviation.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Aviation: Airfield, Sculthorpe (25 Mar 1964)

Mr Denys Bullard: While I appreciate all the difficulties of using this base for civil aviation purposes, may I ask whether my hon. Friend is aware that the potential closing of the base is likely to have an enormous effect on the area and that the size and scope of the installations are vast and that it seems a great pity that some future profitable use cannot be found for them?


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