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Merchant Shipping and Maritime Security Bill [Lords]: Church of England (General Synod) (Measures) (17 Mar 1997)

Mr Stuart Randall: I am pleased that the Measure has been accepted, and that the Committee is content with it. The link between the commissioners and the Synod through the House has been maintained in a most gracious way by the right hon. Member for Selby (Mr. Alison) during his term as Second Church Estates Commissioner. I have often thought that the right hon. Gentleman, with his red book, was like a Minister...

European Union (29 Jan 1997)

Mr Stuart Randall: Did not the heads of state refer in that preamble to the ever closer union of their peoples?

European Union (29 Jan 1997)

Mr Stuart Randall: But the Single European Act went way beyond trade. It was about co-operation as well as trade.

European Union (29 Jan 1997)

Mr Stuart Randall: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that such talk is certainly not reflected in the opinion polls? The Gallup poll in The Daily Telegraph in December showed that there had been a 37 per cent. swing from the Conservative position in 1992, when we had the general election. Labour has a positive approach to Europe compared with such talk. According to the poll, the British people want us to be in...

Opposition Day: National Health Service (21 Jan 1997)

Mr Stuart Randall: Is my hon. Friend aware that at Hull royal infirmary the unit which deals with coronary cases is no longer making forward appointments? I am advised that that is because the beds are being used for orthopaedic and medical cases.

European Union (11 Dec 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: I endorse the point made by the hon. Member for South Derbyshire (Mrs. Currie) about the two-day debate. A debate on the pros and cons of EMU, the stability pact and such matters is welcome and long overdue. I support the point made by my hon. Friend the Member for North Durham (Mr. Radice) about the way in which the debate on Europe has been conducted so far. The xenophobia and nationalism...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (29 Oct 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: To ask the Prime Minister if he will list his official engagements for Tuesday 29 October. [381]

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (29 Oct 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: Is the Prime Minister aware that 20 years ago the fishing trawler Gaul, which was based in my constituency, mysteriously disappeared with the loss of more than 30 fishermen? At that time, the vessel was near the coast of the old Soviet Union. In addition to fishing, the Gaul actually carried out military intelligence surveillance. Is the Prime Minister also aware that some two or three weeks...

Bills Presented: European Union (20 Jun 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: The relationship between the UK and the rest of the European Union faces a serious crisis, and there is a desperate need for confidence building. I hope and pray that the Florence summit will result in the relationship between our country and other EU member states being rebuilt. Serious national interests are at stake. Britain's future lies firmly in the European Union. The case for that is...

Bills Presented: European Union (20 Jun 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: That is a fair intervention. A constructive relationship between this country and the EU will lead to a single currency—that is as inevitable as night follows day. Some opinion polls on the single market are confusing and conflicting, but it is regarded by business interests that generate this county's wealth and fund its social policy as a terrific success. It has brought a huge increase...

New clause 5: Incidental benefits for holders of certain offices etc (27 Mar 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: The Financial Secretary's explanation of the new clause was clear and I thank him for that. His argument, however, hinged on the Inland Revenue's investigation of the matter and on the fact that it was unable to guarantee that Ministers' cars could be regarded as pool cars because of incidental use—personal use—as opposed to official use. I would be grateful if the Financial Secretary...

Intergovernmental Conference (21 Mar 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: I have a feeling that tonight's debate and this period in our parliamentary history will be remembered as a dark age of nationalism. We have heard many speeches tonight, and it is frightening that there is still such strong nationalistic feeling in the country. The people of this country are not as Euro-sceptic as the press—certainly this Parliament—suggests. Last week, when I spoke at a...

Intergovernmental Conference (21 Mar 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Intergovernmental Conference (13 Mar 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: rose—

Intergovernmental Conference (13 Mar 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: Will the Minister give way?

Intergovernmental Conference (13 Mar 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: Will the Minister give way?

Intergovernmental Conference (13 Mar 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: rose—

Intergovernmental Conference (13 Mar 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: rose—

Intergovernmental Conference (13 Mar 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: Did I hear the hon. Gentleman clearly? Did he say that the British Government should walk out of the IGC?

Intergovernmental Conference (White Paper) (12 Mar 1996)

Mr Stuart Randall: Is not it the case that the Foreign Secretary said that British national interest would be the starting point in negotiations at the IGC? Why will he therefore not support the idea of extending majority voting in areas where there is a clear national interest, as in research and development?


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