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Education Bill (22 Apr 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: I wish to raise with you, Mr. Speaker, a point of order arising out of your Ruling. You ruled that " the Education Bill, so far as amended ", would be debated by the House this afternoon. I take it that the vast majority of right hon. and hon. Members were not members of the Standing Committee. I was not on the Committee. The only Bill which we can obtain from the Vote Office is the Bill, not...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Troops, Northern Ireland (8 Apr 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: First, as regards the number of applicants for the Ulster Defence Regiment which assists the military, can the hon. Gentleman say how many have been refused? Second, can he confirm that there will be no withdrawal of troops from Northern Ireland so long as there is any danger of violence from Republican rebels?

Oral Answers to Questions — Board of Trade: Turnhouse Airport (8 Apr 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: On a point of order. Mr. Speaker. Owing to the unsatisfactory nature of those replies, I beg to give notice that I shall seek to raise the matter again.

Northern Ireland (7 Apr 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: rose——

Northern Ireland (7 Apr 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: The hon. Member said, I think that, in the Ballymurphy estate, there was a number of Republicans. He said this in reply to his hon. Friend. Would he confirm that there is also a number of I.R.A. men in the Ballymurphy estate?

Northern Ireland (7 Apr 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: That is quite untrue!

Northern Ireland (7 Apr 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: On a point of order. I hope that you are aware, Mr. Deputy Speaker, that this is a serious question. Surely the Chair must give some protection when, a court of law having given a complete acquittal to people who stood trial, they are then attacked and smeared in this House. Surely the Chair must, and does on other occasions, give protection to people outside. Is not this one of the...

Northern Ireland (7 Apr 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: Will the right hon. Gentleman give way?

Northern Ireland (7 Apr 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: Are you afraid?

Northern Ireland (7 Apr 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: What about bombing Rhodesia?

Rhodesia (Security Council Resolution) (19 Mar 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. With reference to your Ruling on that, surely this remark was with particular reference to an individual, to the right hon. Gentleman the Leader of the Opposition, and should not he have your protection?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Northern Ireland (Remoteness Grant) (11 Mar 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: While we are grateful to the Minister for reviewing this matter, may I ask him to pay careful consideration to the difficulties which arise because of the sea between this part of the United Kingdom and the other and the disparities which farmers very genuinely suffer as a result?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Ulster Defence Regiment and Special Constabulary (4 Mar 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: Has the Minister's attention been drawn to two persons who have been accepted for the new Ulster Defence Regiment who are not "B" Specials and who, when asked on television whether they would fight if the South invaded the North, said that they would have to think about it? Does the hon. Gentleman think that this makes for a good Ulster Defence Regiment?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: European Economic Community (24 Feb 1970)

Sir Knox Cunningham: Is the right hon. Gentleman preparing to fight the next General Election on a policy of not going into the Common Market?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing and Local Government: House Construction (16 Dec 1969)

Sir Knox Cunningham: Just answer the question.

Murder (Abolition of Death Penalty) (16 Dec 1969)

Sir Knox Cunningham: Is it not possible, if Parliament so desires and if the Government introduce it for the House to pass another Homicide Act before this Measure expires?

British Road Services (Unofficial Strike) (2 Dec 1969)

Sir Knox Cunningham: Too late.

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Tanzania (Development Assistance) (27 Nov 1969)

Sir Knox Cunningham: On a point of Order. The Minister said that this was her personal view. Is it possible for a Minister at the Dispatch Box to give a personal view and not a Ministerial view?


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