Results 321–340 of 13444 for speaker:Mr Selwyn Lloyd

Oral Answers to Questions — State of the Nation (30 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Order. Will hon. Members please keep quiet? It is for me to decide whether the hon. Member is out of order.

Oral Answers to Questions — State of the Nation (30 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Order. There are still one or two hon. Members with Questions linked to this one.

British Rail (Services) (30 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: I am grateful to the hon. Member for giving me notice of the application and for sending me a copy of what he intended to say. I have considered the matter carefully, and also listened to the exchanges which took place today. Without doubt, this is an important matter, but the hon. Member must find other ways of pursuing it in the House. I am sorry, I cannot grant the application under...

Orders of the Day — POLICYHOLDERS PROTECTION BILL [Lords]: New Clause 1 (30 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: With this we may take Government Amendments Nos. 19 to 22.

LOCAL LAND CHARGES BILL [Lords]: Local Land Charges (30 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: With this we are to take Amendment No. 20, in Clause 14, page 10, line 30, after 'power', insert— '(a) to make rules defining the acts which shall constitute the exercise of a power of compulsory acquisition and which shall accordingly bring a local land charge into existence for the purpose of paragraph (dd) of section 1(1) of this Act; and (b)'.

Questions to Ministers (29 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Order. I do not think that I want to hear any more points of order.

Questions to Ministers (29 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: First, the transfer of Questions is not a matter for me. It is solely a ministerial responsibility. Concerning the point whether the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster should answer Questions, although it is not a matter for me—the roster is arranged through the usual channels by those in charge of the business of the House—my own view is that the system should be rearranged so that...

Questions to Ministers (29 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Order. This really is becoming an abuse. With regard to what the right hon. Gentleman has just said, he has only to ask my permission and he will readily be given it.

Questions to Ministers (29 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: That is very interesting. With regard to the hon. Member's suggestion, if the House were to decide to entrust me with this responsibility I would willingly accept it.

Questions to Ministers (29 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: That is not a point of order.

European Community (Council of Ministers) (29 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Order. We have a great deal to do today. We must get on.

Early-Day Motions (29 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: I am sure that the correction will be made.

Orders of the Day — Employment Protection Bill: Conciliation (29 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: With this amendment we shall discuss Lords Amendment No. 231.

Orders of the Day — Employment Protection Bill: Codes of Practice (29 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: With this amendment we shall discuss Lords Amendments Nos. 5 and 6.

Orders of the Day — Employment Protection Bill: Maternity Pay Fund (29 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: With this we may discuss the following Lords amendments: No. 35, in page 31, line 28, insert the following Clause B:

Orders of the Day — Employment Protection Bill: Maternity Pay Rebate (29 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: It will be convenient to consider at the same time the two other Government amendments to this Lords amendment, and also Lords Amendment No. 200 and the Government amendments thereto.

Orders of the Day — Employment Protection Bill: Trade Union Membership and Activities (29 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: We shall consider at the same time the Opposition amendment to the Lords amendment, to leave out "conscience" and insert "deeply held personal conviction", and also the Government motion, That this House doth disagree with the Lords in the said amendment.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Unemployed Persons (28 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: There are some difficulties today, but we are trying to remedy them. It would help if Ministers would speak a little more loudly.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Job Creation Programme (28 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Order. May I tell the Prime Minister that the amplifying arrangements are not working very well, and will be therefore kindly speak up?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scottish Assembly (28 Oct 1975)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Mr. Taylor.


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