Results 61–80 of 13831 for speaker:Mr Anthony Eden

Oral Answers to Questions — Questions to Ministers (15 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: I did write to the right hon. Member for West Bromwich (Mr. Dugdale). This is a matter of fact and information to which I thought the Foreign Office was perfectly capable of replying and not a matter personally for the Prime Minister.

Business of the House (15 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: I think that, in principle, I agree. There are discussions going on, of which the right hon. Member for Blyth (Mr. Robens) is aware, not only between us and the French but between other people, also. I do not think that we help much by saying anything just now, but in the earlier part of next week I certainly hope to be able to do so.

Oral Answers to Questions — Egypt (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: I would refer the hon. Gentleman to the explanation of the Government's views made in the course of the debate on the Amendment to the Gracious Speech on 8th November.

Oral Answers to Questions — Egypt (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: For which relief, much thanks.

Oral Answers to Questions — Egypt (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: No, Sir.

Oral Answers to Questions — Egypt (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: It does not mean anything of the kind. The hon. Member ought by now to know that negotiation implies some willingness of both sides to meet.

Oral Answers to Questions — Egypt (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: That is not the Question on the Paper. I was asked what my attitude to direct negotiations with Egypt was. I replied, "No, Sir." The right hon. Gentleman knows that the future of the Canal is one of the matters at present being handled by the United Nations and one of the matters which my right hon. and learned Friend the Foreign Secretary has been discussing in Washington.

Oral Answers to Questions — Egypt (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: That goes far beyond the Question on the Paper. I should like to see that written down.

Oral Answers to Questions — War Disabled Pensioners (Departmental Responsibilities) (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: Local liaison is carried out by the War Pensioners' Welfare Service. There is central coordination on rehabilitation and resettlement questions through the Standing Committee on the Rehabilitation and Resettlement of Disabled Persons; and I am informed that the normal machinery of consultation works effectively over the whole field.

Oral Answers to Questions — War Disabled Pensioners (Departmental Responsibilities) (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: If the hon. Gentleman has some evidence or would like to discuss this matter with me, I shall, of course, be available to him.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister (Public Relations Adviser) (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: A notice was issued from 10, Downing Street on 7th November. I have nothing to add to it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister (Public Relations Adviser) (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: May I comfort the hon. Gentleman with the assurance that in the recent fortnight there have been no "excitements of the moment" in 10, Downing Street?

Oral Answers to Questions — Operations, Eastern Mediterranean (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: I have studied the remarks on this subject made by the hon. Gentleman in his speech last Thursday. The answer is "No, Sir."

Oral Answers to Questions — Operations, Eastern Mediterranean (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: In reply to the last part of the hon. Member's supplementary question, I cannot for one moment accept that so far as the Army is concerned the operations reveal almost complete and utter chaos. The action of one parachute brigade, without preliminary bombardment, in fulfilling its task was a military achievement, whatever else one may think of it, almost unsurpassed in the annals of any Army....

Oral Answers to Questions — Operations, Eastern Mediterranean (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: Upon the last part of that question, it must be left to others than myself to pronounce. As regards the first part, I have no comment to make about slowness, except that the hon. and learned Member can measure distances on the map as well as I can.

Oral Answers to Questions — Middle East (Prime Minister's Broadcast) (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: The hon. Gentleman sent me some letters from his constituents about the situation in the Middle East and asked me if I would send him an individual reply to each constituent which he could forward to them. In reply the hon. Gentleman was sent the necessary number of copies of the text of my Ministerial broadcast of 3rd November, which afforded a statement in convenient form of the policy of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Middle East (Prime Minister's Broadcast) (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: I imagine that the hon. Member would be pleased that that would save Government expenditure. In any event that affords no foundation for the suggestion made by the hon. Member in his Question.

Oral Answers to Questions — Middle East (Prime Minister's Broadcast) (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: Quite clearly it was only a transcript of what I said on the B.B.C. but I will ensure that in future it is done at Government expense, on B.B.C. paper.

Oral Answers to Questions — Middle East (Prime Minister's Broadcast) (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: Yes, Sir, I stand by the broadcast, and the right hon. Gentleman and anybody else can read it when they like.

Oral Answers to Questions — United Nations (Government Policy) (13 Nov 1956)

Mr Anthony Eden: It remains the policy of Her Majesty's Government to build up the United Nations as a force for peace and as an effective instrument for the enforcement of the rule of law. It is their hope that the present Middle East crisis will result in a stronger United Nations capable of enforcing the resolutions which it adopts.


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