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Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: National Savings (21 Apr 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: Can I have a straight answer to this question please? Is it not a fact that when these bogus National Savings Certificates mature in seven years' time they are worth less than the original investment due to the fall in the value of money? Can I have a straight answer?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing and Local Government: Housing, Wandsworth (7 Apr 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: On a point of order——

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing and Local Government: Housing, Wandsworth (7 Apr 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: Further to that point of order, which was not a point of order, may I now rise on a point of order? It will be within the recollection of this House that the last Speaker said that anyone who raised a bogus point of order was cheating. What sanction have you, Mr. Speaker? Can you debar that human gargoyle from asking any questions?

Oral Answers to Questions — Criminal Law (Law Commission's Recommendations) (7 Apr 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: rose——

Oral Answers to Questions — Criminal Law (Law Commission's Recommendations) (7 Apr 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: Just look at them over there!

Oral Answers to Questions — Criminal Law (Law Commission's Recommendations) (7 Apr 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: On a point of order. We continue in the House to get this cheating on the other side. [Interruption.] When have I raised a point of order that was not a point of order, you great, ugly brute?

Oral Answers to Questions — Criminal Law (Law Commission's Recommendations) (7 Apr 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: I apologise, Mr. Speaker, if that was thought to be a reflection on the Chair. But we look at these animals on the other side of the House day in and day out. We cannot particularise. My point of order is quite simple, short and fair. Within the last 20 minutes we have had one moron, the right hon. Gentleman—if I may say so; he is not right and he is not honourable. [HON. MEMBERS: "Which...

Oral Answers to Questions — Criminal Law (Law Commission's Recommendations) (7 Apr 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: Mr. Speaker, I will withdraw that. Within the space of 10 minutes we had another one, with spectacles on his kisser to try to make himself look intelligent, who raised another point of order which was not a point of order. When, Mr. Speaker, will you regard this as cheating? [Interruption.] I am not raising a point of order. I am raising a point of order on points of order which are not...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: National Economic Development Council (24 Mar 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: rose—[Interruption.]

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Blackpool (Unemployment) (24 Mar 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: Cogent.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Persian Gulf (4 Mar 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: I am sorry that the Secretary of State himself is not answering my supplementary question—[Interruption.]—and you will laugh on the other side of your faces when you hear what I have to say—

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Persian Gulf (4 Mar 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: I am sorry, Mr. Speaker. I was only—

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Persian Gulf (4 Mar 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: Do Her Majesty's Government intend to take any steps to discount the lies outside this House of ex-Communists and fellow travellers—like the hon. Member who has just laughed—to the effect that a Conservative Government intend to maintain a presence in the Far East by conscription when we govern this country?

Oral Answers to Questions — Board of Trade: Companies (Donations to Political Funds) (25 Feb 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: If he does not already do so, could the right hon. Gentleman supply the same information with regard to the political levy on trade union funds and subscriptions from the co-operative societies?

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Housing (19 Feb 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: It was a very good programme.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Merseyside Development Area (Visit) (17 Feb 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: Get on with it.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Merseyside Development Area (Visit) (17 Feb 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: Oh dear.

Oral Answers to Questions — Questions to the Prime Minister (10 Feb 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: On a point of order. With great respect, Mr. Speaker, I would point out that once again we have got only as far as Question No. Q4 to the Prime Minister. This question was originally raised by my hon. Friend the Member for Macclesfield (Sir A. V. Harvey), who has consistently pressed the matter. With great respect—always with respect—is it not a fact that today the Prime Minister spent...

Oral Answers to Questions — Questions to the Prime Minister (10 Feb 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: The Prime Minister spent at least 75 per cent. of his time attacking Conservative Party policy instead of answering Questions. Can we do nothing about this?

Oral Answers to Questions — Questions to the Prime Minister (10 Feb 1970)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Walter Bromley-Davenport: Further to that point of order. Personally, I thoroughly enjoy the Prime Minister's Answers. It is not that I mind what he says, because there is little of any value in it, but we do mind that we cannot have more Questions answered.


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