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European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill: Rights related to residence: application deadline and temporary protection (22 Jan 2020)

Bill Cash: I simply want to say that I concur entirely with what the Secretary of State has said, and to refer very briefly to Lords amendments 2, 3 and 5. Let me say first that the Government’s arguments about the question of the lower courts in relation to the Supreme Court are completely valid. I think that an enormous number of complicated problems will emerge from Lord Mackay’s amendment. The...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Gambling Review Body:Appointment of Chairman (16 Feb 2000)

Lord Bassam of Brighton: ...Home Secretary in another place (House of Commons Official Report, col. 534W on 8 December), he has today appointed Sir Alan Budd as chairman of the Gambling Review Body. Sir Alan is Provost of The Queen's College, Oxford, and a former Chief Economic Adviser to the Treasury. The position is unpaid. We will make a further announcement on the membership of the review body in the next few...

Estimates Day: Falkland Islands (Foreign Affairs Committee Report) (14 Mar 1985)

Mr Tam Dalyell: ...time to answer the debate. Therefore, in three minutes I shall ask three questions. The first is of the past. Is it true that the distinguished Conservative historian, Lord Blake, the Provost of Queen's college, Oxford has any grounds for referring in his most recent book to a Cabinet discussion in which it was decided that up to 1,000 British deaths would be acceptable during the conflict?

Orders of the Day — Education ( 7 Nov 1960)

Mr William Yates: The hon. Member for Southampton. Itchen (Dr. King) said that pupils from grammar schools were de-barred from sitting. How does he account for the closed scholarship between Appleby Grammar School and Queen's College, Oxford?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Service (Personal Cases) (12 Jun 1952)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: asked the Minister of Labour whether, in view of the fact that Mr. P. J. Gardiner, of Queen's College, Oxford, served for two years as a miner at Hucknall Colliery, he may be exempted from liability to military service.

Persia (Anglo-Iranian Oil Company) (21 Jun 1951)

Mr George Wigg: ...of getting rich in a hurry. There is another thing about George C. McGhee which the House might be interested to know. He was a Rhodes Scholar and got the best kind of tuition because his tutor at Queen's College, Oxford, was the present British Ambassador in Washington, Sir Oliver Franks. Mr. McGhee is certainly some wanderer. I read the columns of the Press and traced step by step where...

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