Results 61–80 of 6033 for speaker:Mr Paul Dean

Orders of the Day — Transport and Works Bill: Town and Country Planning (20 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: With this, it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 69, in page 9, line 33, at end insert— '(1A) Part 11 of Schedule 2 to the Town and Country Planning General Development Order 1988 shall apply to an order made under section 1 above as if it were an order made under section 14 or 16 of the Harbours Act 1964.'.

Orders of the Day — Transport and Works Bill: Exclusion of Hackney Carriage Legislation (20 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: With this it will be convenient to consider Government amendments Nos. 88 to 92.

Orders of the Day — Transport and Works Bill: Procedure Where Secretary of State Overrule's Result of Inquiry (20 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: With this we may consider the following amendments: No. 101, in clause 1, page I, line 17, at end insert 'provided that no such order may be made unless a draft thereof has been laid before and approved by resolution of both Houses of Parliament.'. No. 102, in page 1, line 17. at end insert 'which shall be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.'. No....

Orders of the Day — Transport and Works Bill: Maintenance of Footpaths and Bridleways (20 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: With this, it will be convenient to consider Government amendments Nos. 43 and 52.

Orders of the Day — Transport and Works Bill: Footpaths and Bridleways over Railways (20 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: With this, it will be convenient to consider the following: Government new clause 6— Amendment of Level Crossings Act 1983. Government new clause 7—Orders under Transport Act 1968. Government amendments Nos. 96 and 97.

Opposition Day: Recession and Unemployment (19 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. The hon. Gentleman who has the floor has made it clear that he is not giving way at present. I call Mr. Gould.

Opposition Day: Recession and Unemployment (19 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: It is a matter for the hon. Member who has the floor. I remind the House that this has been a relatively quiet debate—[Laughter]—for the past two or three hours and I hope that it will continue that way.

Army Bill [Money] (18 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I realise that the hon. Gentleman is still on his preamble, but I must remind him that the money resolution is very narrow, and directly concerns expenditure related to the Ulster Defence Regiment. It would not be in order to introduce wider issues about intelligence.

Army Bill [Money] (18 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I am sorry to interrupt the hon. Gentleman, again, but I am finding it difficult to relate what he is saying to the narrow money order before the House.

Army Bill [Money] (18 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. It is not quite that. It only relates to the amalgamation to which the Bill applies.

Army Bill [Money] (18 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I am sorry to interrupt the hon. Gentleman again, but money resolutions, by the nature of things, are extremely narrow. He is now raising a much wider issue and, rather than having me keep interrupting him, it would be much more in his interests if he were to find another opportunity to raise this issue.

Army Bill [Money] (18 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. You see, this is the trouble: we are now about to start a debate that is a long way from the money resolution. I know that the hon. Member for Torbay (Mr. Allason) feels strongly about this issue, but he must find another opportunity on which to raise it. It is not at all in order to do so on this money resolution.

Industrial Relations (18 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: The position is that visual aids have been deprecated by Mr. Speaker, but in this case, if I understand correctly, the hon. Gentleman is quoting from a newspaper cutting. That is in order.

Orders of the Day — Local Government Finance (Wales) (12 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: It is quite in order to compare policies. It is happening in the House all the time.

Orders of the Day — Local Government Finance (Wales) (12 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. Before I put the Question, I should inform the House that some hon. Members may find it a little difficult to get to the Lobbies. Access is available, but in view of the difficulties, I propose to add five minutes to the Division.

Orders of the Day — Interpretation etc. (11 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order.

Opposition Day: Sub-postmasters (6 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. Does the hon. Gentleman have the agreement of the hon. Member for Cambridgeshire, South-West (Sir A. Grant) and of the Minister to speak?

Opposition Day: Industry (Government Policies) (6 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. It is very distracting to have a second debate going on below the gangway.

Orders of the Day — Further and Higher Education (Scotland) Bill: Scottish Further Education Funding Council (5 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. The hon. Gentleman has spoken. He needs the leave of the House to speak a second time.

Orders of the Day — Further and Higher Education (Scotland) Bill: Scottish Further Education Funding Council (5 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: The Question is, That the clause be read a Second time.


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