Results 1–20 of 2291 for speaker:Mr William Molloy

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Rates (4 Apr 1979)

Mr William Molloy: Is my right hon. Friend aware that the Tories in temporary control of the London borough of Ealing have adhered strictly to the guidelines of Conservative Central Office and have achieved the ideals of that office by increasing rents and rates and running down services?

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Services: Hospital Waiting Lists (3 Apr 1979)

Mr William Molloy: asked the Secretary of State for Social Services if he will make a statement on progress concerning negotiations with National Health Service unions on nurses' pay.

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Services: Hospital Waiting Lists (3 Apr 1979)

Mr William Molloy: Does my right hon. Friend realise that he is bound to be condemned by the Conservative Party for making this award to the nurses, but will he bear in mind the crocodile tears shed by the Tory Party at the fact that the nurses wanted more money, and set them against the demand by the Tory Party for cuts in public spending? After the interval of the election, will my right hon. Friend when he...

Private Business: Manufacturing Industry (2 Apr 1979)

Mr William Molloy: Does my right hon. Friend agree that the supplementary question by the hon. Member for Leek (Mr. Knox) puts beyond doubt the belief that the Tory Party has an obsession with industrial disputes? The hon. Gentleman referred to the industrial disputes which took place under the Tory Government, and he then referred to the industrial disputes of this winter, for which the Tories were primarily...

Business of the House (29 Mar 1979)

Mr William Molloy: Would my right hon. Friend be prepared to consider making arrangements for the Secretary of State for the Environment to make a statement on whether it is permissible and possible for the London borough of Ealing to make ex gratia payments to the victims of floods that have taken place at Green-ford, in my constituency, particularly as in the past month an independent report has been issued...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Industrial Disputes (27 Mar 1979)

Mr William Molloy: Does my hon. Friend understand that all the questions coming from the Tory Party have no sincerity? If the Tory Party can see anything that it can use to fan the flames of any industrial dispute, it will take that opportunity. If it can cause any form of confrontation between the Government, employers and workers, it will do it. When it has achieved that industrial unrest, it talks about the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister (Engagements) (27 Mar 1979)

Mr William Molloy: Is my hon. Friend aware of the strong feelings in Brussels that the Conservative Party would acquiesce in all forms of price increases for food and services and would consider increasing taxation to aid the ailing EEC and its almost stupid Commissioners, who inflict terrible burdens on this country? Will he make it clear that this Government's policy over the past three or four years in...

Oral Answers to Questions — TUC (15 Mar 1979)

Mr William Molloy: When my right hon. Friend meets the TUC, will he make clear how the Leader of the Opposition disapproved of his endeavours to defend the British people, especially on prices? If, by some tragedy, she came to power, recent industrial skirmishes would appear trivial. The attitude of the Leader of the Opposition on issues that affect ordinary working people would cause the most serious crisis...

Oral Answers to Questions — Court of Session and High Court of Justiciary (14 Mar 1979)

Mr William Molloy: What a waste of money that will be.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Houses (Construction and Improvement) (7 Mar 1979)

Mr William Molloy: Is my right hon. Friend prepared to cause an investigation to be made into the manner in which the London borough of Ealing is maladministering the conversion of a sector of homes in the Hanwell district of my constituency, which is causing grave distress to the tenants?

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Planning Inquiries (Aid to Objectors) (7 Mar 1979)

Mr William Molloy: asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what progress he has made in preparing legislation to enable persons appearing at a local planning inquiry to receive financial aid to engage professional advice.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Planning Inquiries (Aid to Objectors) (7 Mar 1979)

Mr William Molloy: Is my hon. Friend aware that when his right hon. Friend agrees to a local inquiry, usually at the behest of the ordinary people of the area, and he appoints an inspector, the local authority has present its legal officers and chief planning officers, and that if a big organisation is involved it has its lawyers and planning experts there? Ordinary people have nothing comparable to that. They...

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Services: Nurses (Pay) (6 Mar 1979)

Mr William Molloy: asked the Secretary of State for Social Services if he will make a statement regarding nurses' pay.

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Services: Nurses (Pay) (6 Mar 1979)

Mr William Molloy: Does my right hon. Friend agree that nurses, like other low-paid workers in the National Health Service, can hardly be accused of fanning the flames of inflation? However, it appears that some the adjustments that may be made for them will not be as good as adjustments that have been made for those in the industrial sector. Does my right hon. Friend agree that the role of the nurses in our...

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Services: TUC and Cbi (6 Mar 1979)

Mr William Molloy: asked the Prime Minister when last he met the Trades Union Congress and the Confederation of British Industry.

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Services: TUC and Cbi (6 Mar 1979)

Mr William Molloy: Does my right hon. Friend agree, notwithstanding the recent industrial disputes which involved only 1 per cent. of the entire industrial working force, that the working people, via their trade unions, have made a massive contribution to the fight against inflation? Does he agree that this is still the primary threat to the country on which the Government must concentrate? Will the Prime...

Oral Answers to Questions — TUC and Cbi (22 Feb 1979)

Mr William Molloy: asked the Prime Minister when last he met the Trades Union Congress and the Confederation of British Industry.

Oral Answers to Questions — TUC and Cbi (22 Feb 1979)

Mr William Molloy: With reference to the dispute of local authority manual workers and the trade unions recommending acceptance of a settlement, what was the role of the TUC? Will he enlarge on the terms of the comparability studies?

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Service (Industrial Dispute) (22 Feb 1979)

Mr William Molloy: Is my right hon. Friend aware that many Civil Service unions which are not yet involved in this form of action have some real problems? Will he use his influence and assist his right hon. Friend the Home Secretary to meet the leaders of these unions, who are on the lip of an agreement, to try to seal that agreement before they are compelled to take similar action?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ambulance Service (Industrial Dispute) (21 Feb 1979)

Mr William Molloy: Is my right hon. Friend aware that what has been said from the Opposition Front Bench is patently not true? The four general secretaries of the unions involved have instructed their members that the stage of negotiations so far is, they believe, a basis for an ultimate solution over a number of months. This information in detail has been sent to every branch of the Confederation of Health...


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