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All 15 results for speaker:Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government: Control of Advertisements (Draft Regulations) (20 May 1958)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: asked the Minister of Housing and Local Government and Minister for Welsh Affairs whether he has yet considered all the comments and criticisms sent to him regarding the draft Regulations for the control of outdoor advertisements which he circulated last year to a number of organisations; and whether he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government: Control of Advertisements (Draft Regulations) (20 May 1958)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: Is my right hon. Friend aware that his efforts to reconcile normal business interests with the desire of many of us to prevent the display of unsightly and misplaced advertisements will be very much welcomed?

Orders of the Day — Local Government Bill: Clause 1. — (General Grants.) (5 May 1958)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: As one who represents one of the seaside resorts most closely affected by this Amendment. I should like to say, first, that my local authority wholly subscribes to the view that the burden should rest where it can most easily be borne, but we think that the thing has been pushed too far. The disparity is too great. My hon. Friend the Member for East Bournemouth and Christchurch (Mr. N....

Orders of the Day — Food Hygiene (Shrimp Picking) (18 Apr 1956)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: I, too, should like to support my hon. Friend the Member for Morecambe and Lonsdale (Sir Ian Fraser). Southport, like Morecambe and Lytham, is famous for shrimps, and, equally, the industry there has been established for a very long time, longer indeed than the town itself. The method of catching and shelling is exactly the same as that described by my hon. Friend in dealing with Morecambe....

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Imperial Institute (15 Mar 1956)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: asked the Secretary to the Treasury how many architects or firms of architects were consulted as to the feasibility of retaining intact the southern façade and campanile of the Imperial Institute in the proposed rebuilding of the site.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Imperial Institute (15 Mar 1956)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: Is my right hon. Friend aware that public opinion would be better reassured that the claims of science and amenity were reconciled to the greatest possible extent if a second opinion could be obtained?

Admiralty Citadel (27 Oct 1955)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: I wish to detain the House for a few moments only, but I should like to glance just a little further ahead than my hon. Friend the Member for Wavertree (Mr. Tilney). I entirely agree with and support what he has just said. I appreciate that there are two views about the Citadel. There is the view of the functionalists who think that it very adequately expresses the purpose for which it was...

Orders of the Day — FOOD AND DRUGS AMENDMENT BILL [Lords] (23 Jul 1954)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: I shall not detain the House for more than a few minutes. I want to confine my remarks to the educational aspect of food hygiene. Many previous speakers have already alluded to the fact that while the cleanliness of premises and utensils is important the most important thing is the training of the food handlers. They have also pointed out that more can be achieved in this regard by...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Requisitioned Houses (13 Jul 1954)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: Is the Parliamentary Secretary aware that as the Member for this constituency I have been in constant touch with the Minister for nearly three weeks on this matter—and he has done his best to help me? Is my hon. Friend also aware that in consequence of the Minister's last letter to me I have again been in touch with the council which is doing all in its power actively to pursue certain...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (12 Jul 1954)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: I had hoped to say a few words in Committee when Clause 25—it has now become Clause 28—was being discussed. It deals with Estate Duty on family businesses. I refrained from entering into the discussion then because there was a general desire to push on to the other important Clauses in the Bill. Nevertheless I am grateful that I have the opportunity of saying a word now, for this Clause...

Orders of the Day — Landlord and Tenant Bill (27 Jan 1954)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: May I be permitted to say that I represent a town which was laid out between 1820 and 1840, and is still regarded as one of the best examples of town planning in England?

Historic Buildings and Ancient Monuments Bill (3 Jul 1953)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: I am grateful for the opportunity of saying a few words on this Bill. If I offer anything at all in the nature of criticism I hope that no one will suppose for a moment that I do not feel extremely grateful to the Minister for having done something, at least, to preserve the architectural treasures of this country. I should like to approach this subject simply as a student of architecture,...

Orders of the Day — Navy and Marines (Wills) Bill (8 May 1953)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: I beg to move, "That the Bill be now read the Third time."

Orders of the Day — Navy and Marines (Wills) Bill (8 May 1953)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: Perhaps I might be allowed to thank my hon. Friend the Member for Tonbridge (Mr. G. Williams) for what he has said and also to express my appreciation for the support which I have received from all parts of the House during the passage of the Bill. I should also like to thank the legal advisers at the Admiralty for the great assistance which they have given me during the proceedings. I hope...

Germany (31 Jul 1952)

Mr Roger Fleetwood-Hesketh: In rising to address this House for the first time, I hope hon. Members will forgive a comparative newcomer for joining in a debate of such immense importance. I know that it is the custom of this House to show indulgence to maiden speakers, and I trust that I shall not abuse the kindness of hon. Members by pressing arguments beyond the point that is necessary to make my meaning clear. Of...


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