Results 1–20 of 1368 for speaker:Mr Stephen Davies

Orders of the Day — School Milk and Meals (29 Nov 1971)

Mr Stephen Davies: The hon. Gentleman ought to be ashamed of himself.

Orders of the Day — School Milk and Meals (29 Nov 1971)

Mr Stephen Davies: Yes.

Orders of the Day — Social Security Bill: Amendment of Provisions for Determining Amount of Supplementary Benefit ( 8 Jul 1971)

Mr Stephen Davies: It is no use the Minister's pretending that all employers are prepared to make advances to those who have been on strike, or not at work. Comparatively recently cases have come to my notice in which employers employing many men will not give any help until pay day arrives.

Welsh Affairs (10 Jun 1971)

Mr Stephen Davies: Does not the right hon. and learned Gentleman consider that the whole problem of local government in Wales is important enough to be debated on the Floor of the House and not in a remote Committee Room somewhere up on the next floor?

Orders of the Day — Industrial Relations Bill: General Principles (19 Jan 1971)

Mr Stephen Davies: Has not the hon. Gentleman overlooked the dominant fact in the Bill, that the Government are obtruding into the relationship between organised employers and organised workers by laying down certain financial limitations? What is the use of talking about freedom between organised employers and organised workers when we have a Bill of this kind before us?

Orders of the Day — Industrial Relations Bill (15 Dec 1970)

Mr Stephen Davies: It is not a trade union.

Post Office Affairs (30 Nov 1970)

Mr Stephen Davies: Hear, hear.

Oral Answers to Questions — Wales: A470, Cardiff-North Wales Trunk Road (20 Apr 1970)

Mr Stephen Davies: asked the Secretary of State for Wales when he estimates that the Cardiff-Merthyr trunk road will reach Merthyr Tydfil.

Oral Answers to Questions — Wales: A470, Cardiff-North Wales Trunk Road (20 Apr 1970)

Mr Stephen Davies: asked the Secretary of State for Wales, in view of the high unemployment in Merthyr Tydfil, if he will ensure that the trunk road Cardiff-North Wales via Merthyr Tydfil and Brecon be constructed from Merthyr to Cardiff and Merthyr to Brecon.

Oral Answers to Questions — Wales: A470, Cardiff-North Wales Trunk Road (20 Apr 1970)

Mr Stephen Davies: Is my right hon. Friend aware that this trunk road via Merthyr Tydfil and Brecon has been on the stocks for 24 years? Is it not essential that the Welsh Office should think a little more about the old industrial valleys and the rural agricultural areas?

Reorganisation of Local Government in Glamorgan and Monmouthshire and Health Service in Wales (17 Mar 1970)

Mr Stephen Davies: Will my right hon. Friend tell the House what experience, if any, those in his office who have advised him have had as elected representative of local government? Is he not absolutely aware by now that the opposition to this scheme of his is the opposition of the overwhelming majority of the electors in South Wales? May I ask him to consider whether now is the time for him to indulge in such...

Orders of the Day — Education Bill (12 Feb 1970)

Mr Stephen Davies: What a local authority!

Nursing Profession (27 Jan 1970)

Mr Stephen Davies: I shall be as brief as my hon. Friends have been. I thank my hon. Friend the Member for Fife, West (Mr. William Hamilton) for raising this extremely important matter, and for supporting his case with such overwhelming facts. Last year, though the reason for it was not very serious, I had to spend a little time in one of our local hospitals. In my own life and in the experience of my family...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Diseases (19 May 1969)

Mr Stephen Davies: On a point of order. I have been here a long time waiting for this to come on. The Explanatory Memoranda which were circulated through the Vote Office are utterly impossible for anyone to understand and questions must be put to my hon. Friend in our efforts to understand what on earth he is talking about.

Orders of the Day — Post Office Bill: The Post Office Users' Councils (12 May 1969)

Mr Stephen Davies: Can my right hon. Friend assure me that the council for Wales will have on it a considerable proportion of people who will be able to speak and read the Welsh language?

Wales (22 Apr 1969)

Mr Stephen Davies: Is my right hon. Friend not also aware—I think that he should be—of the other bottlenecks in some of the valleys of South Wales, particularly since the Heads of the Valleys Road was opened? Does he know of a worse bottleneck than Merthyr Tydfil and Merthyr Tydfil Valley? The trunk road Cardiff to Merthyr Tydfil-Brecon, Builth, Wells and Pentrefoelas in North Wales has been on the Statute...

Wales (22 Apr 1969)

Mr Stephen Davies: I apologise, Mr. Speaker.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Purchase Tax (Band Instruments) ( 1 Apr 1969)

Mr Stephen Davies: On a point of order. Can you Mr. Speaker, or any of my right hon. Friends, explain why a very important Question that I put down eight to 10 days ago to my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister—

Questions to Ministers ( 1 Apr 1969)

Mr Stephen Davies: May I apologise, Mr. Speaker, for attempting to raise my point of order at the wrong moment. My point of order is to ask whether a Member can get any explanation why a Question put down to the Prime Minister—one of the very first Questions on the Order Paper eight to ten days ago—should be shifted into the mêlée of Questions to most Ministers? I find that it was on the Order Paper today...

Orders of the Day — South Wales Police (Amalgamation) (26 Mar 1969)

Mr Stephen Davies: I beg to move, That the South Wales Police (Amalgamation) Order 1969, a draft of which was laid before this House on 6th February, be withdrawn. I must confess to a profound constituency interest in this Motion. I tried to discover when the draft appeared what had inspired the Home Office to agree to such a great change in the organisation of the police force in South Wales. I failed to...


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