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Private Members' Bills: Indecent Displays (Newspapers) Bill (4 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: With the permission of the hon. Member for Hove (Mr. Sainsbury) and The Sun newspaper, we would like to have the Bill debated on Monday next.

Private Members' Bills: Pensioners' Right to Heat, Light and Communications Bill (4 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. Several hon. Members are competing to object to the Bill—

Private Members' Bills: Customs Consolidation (Amendment) Bill (4 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. Many hon. Members have nominated next Monday as an appropriate day for Second Reading debates on Bills. Will you now call upon the Leader of the House to make time available on Monday so that these important matters can be debated? At least two of the Bills have a significant bearing on 9 million pensioners because of the proposed abolition of standing...

Business of the House (3 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: The right hon. Gentleman is being patronising.

Orders of the Day — Housing (Scotland) Bill: Increased Discount Where Dwelling-House Purchased is a Flat (2 Jul 1986)

...Fergus Gower, Sir Raymond Moore, Rt Hon John Hamilton, Neil (Tatton) Morris, M. (N'hampton S) Hampson, Dr Keith Morrison, Hon C. (Devizes) Hancock, Michael Morrison, Hon P. (Chester) Hanley, Jeremy Moynihan, Hon C. Harris, David Mudd, David Harvey, Robert Nicholls, Patrick Hawkins, C. (High Peak) Normanton, Tom Hawksley, Warren Norris, Steven Hayes, J. Onslow, Cranley Hayward,...

Housing Benefit (2 Jul 1986)

...; Kilsyth) Bennett, A. (Dent'n & Red'sh) Holland, Stuart (Vauxhall) Bermingham, Gerald Home Robertson, John Bidwell, Sydney Howells, Geraint Boyes, Roland Hughes, Dr Mark (Durham) Bray, Dr Jeremy Hughes, Robert (Aberdeen N) Brown, Gordon (D'f'mline E) Hughes, Roy (Newport East) Brown, Hugh D. (Provan) Hughes, Simon (Southwark) Brown, N. (N'c'tle-u-Tyne E) Jenkins, Rt Hon Roy...

Customs Consolidation (Amendment) (2 Jul 1986)

Bill ordered to be brought in by Mr. Chris Smith, Mr. Andrew F. Bennett, Mr. Alex Carlile, Mrs. Ann Clwyd, Mr. Jeremy Corbyn, Mr. Alfred Dubs, Miss Janet Fookes, Ms. Harriet Harman, Mr. Michael Meadowcroft, Mr. Peter Pike, Ms. Jo Richardson and Mr. Clive Soley.

Education and Training (2 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Further to that point of order, Mr. Speaker. Just to clarify the matter, I said that I thought that the hon. Member for Leicester, East, (Mr. Bruinvels) had started his career in a circus, and ended up in a pantomine.

Orders of the Day — Defence: Second Day's Debate (1 Jul 1986)

... Beckett, Mrs Margaret Conlan, Bernard Bell, Stuart Cook, Frank (Stockton North) Bennett, A. (Dent'n & Red'sh) Cook, Robin F. (Livingston) Bermingham, Gerald Corbett, Robin Bidwell, Sydney Corbyn, Jeremy Blair, Anthony Craigen, J. M. Boothroyd, Miss Betty Crowther, Stan Boyes, Roland Dalyell, Tam Bray, Dr Jeremy Davies, Rt Hon Denzil (L'lli) Brown, Gordon (D'f'mline E) Davies,...

European Council (1 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: At the Council meeting, did the Prime Minister take the opportunity to contrast her approval of the South African regime by not imposing sanctions against it, with her refusal to condemn the United States for its act of war against the people of Nicaragua? Are not the utmost double standards at work if she is prepared to support apartheid but not to do anything to prevent the democratic...

European Communities (Amendment) Bill (Allocation of Time) (1 Jul 1986)

..., Michael Budgen, Nick Gummer, Rt Hon John S Bulmer, Esmond Hamilton, Hon A. (Epsom) Burt, Alistair Hamilton, Neil (Tatton) Butcher, John Hampson, Dr Keith Butler, Rt Hon Sir Adam Hanley, Jeremy Butterfill, John Hannam, John Carlisle, Kenneth (Lincoln) Hargreaves, Kenneth Carlisle, Rt Hon M. (W'ton S) Harris, David Cash, William Harvey, Robert Chalker, Mrs Lynda Hawkins, C. (High...

Higher and Continuing Education (25 Jun 1986)

...Paddy Bermingham, Gerald Ashley, Rt Hon Jack Bidwell, Sydney Ashton, Joe Blair, Anthony Atkinson, N. (Tottenham) Boothroyd, Miss Betty Bagier, Gordon A. T. Boyes, Roland Barnett, Guy Bray, Dr Jeremy Barron, Kevin Brown, Gordon (D'f'mline E) Beckett, Mrs Margaret Brown, Hugh D. (Provan) Beith, A. J. Brown, N. (N'c'tle-u-Tyne E) Brown, Ron (E'burgh, Leith) Kirkwood, Archy Bruce,...

Opposition Day: Unemployed People (Mortgage Interest) (25 Jun 1986)

...'pool Broad Gn) Bermingham, Gerald Fisher, Mark Bidwell, Sydney Flannery, Martin Blair, Anthony Foot, Rt Hon Michael Boothroyd, Miss Betty Forrester, John Boyes, Roland Foster, Derek Bray, Dr Jeremy Foulkes, George Brown, Gordon (D'f'mline E) Fraser, J. (Norwood) Brown, Hugh D. (Provan) Freeson, Rt Hon Reginald Brown, N. (N'c'tle-u-Tyne E) Freud, Clement Brown, Ron (E'burgh,...

Lord Chancellor (Salary) (23 Jun 1986)

..., Sir Brandon Gower, Sir Raymond Rowe, Andrew Griffiths, Sir Eldon Sackville, Hon Thomas Gummer, Rt Hon John S Sainsbury, Hon Timothy Hamilton, Hon A. (Epsom) Shaw, Giles (Pudsey) Hanley, Jeremy Soames, Hon Nicholas Heddle, John Spencer, Derek Hind, Kenneth Spicer, Jim (Dorset W) Howarth, Gerald (Cannock) Stanbrook, Ivor Jackson, Robert Stern, Michael Key, Robert Stewart, Allan...

Rate Support Grant Bill (23 Jun 1986)

...Percival, Rt Hon Sir Ian Greenway, Harry Porter, Barry Griffiths, Sir Eldon Portillo, Michael Gummer, Rt Hon John S Powell, William (Corby) Hamilton, Hon A. (Epsom) Powley, John Hanley, Jeremy Price, Sir David Hawkins, Sir Paul (N'folk SW) Proctor, K. Harvey Heddle, John Raffan, Keith Heseltine, Rt Hon Michael Rathbone, Tim Higgins, Rt Hon Terence L. Rees, Rt Hon Peter (Dover)...

Bill Presented: Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) (19 Jun 1986)

...Nicholas (Dorset N) Griffiths, Peter (Portsm'th N) Bellingham, Henry Gummer, Rt Hon John S Benyon, William Hamilton, Hon A. (Epsom) Best, Keith Hampson, Dr Keith Biggs-Davison, Sir John Hanley, Jeremy Blaker, Rt Hon Sir Peter Harris, David Bonsor, Sir Nicholas Harvey, Robert Boscawen, Hon Robert Hawkins, C. (High Peak) Bottomley, Peter Hawksley, Warren Bottomley, Mrs Virginia...

Business of the House: Foreign Affairs (18 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: I, too, welcome this debate on foreign affairs, although it is difficult to concentrate on a particular part of the world when other hon. Members understandably wish to cover other issues. I welcome the fact that there is now far greater public interest in foreign affairs debates than there has been for many years. I believe that that interest is occasioned partly by the actions of the...

Business of the House: Foreign Affairs (18 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: I thank my hon. Friend for giving way on this important point. Will he confirm that under the 1953 war plan made by the then United States President Eisenhower, when the United States considers itself to be in a state of war or readiness for war, it does not necessarily consult any of its western European allies before attacking a third country?

Foreign Affairs (18 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Does the hon. and learned Gentleman not deeply regret President Reagan's decision to abandon the latest SALT negotiations? Will he confirm that, in recent years, there has been no occasion on which the Soviet Union has walked away from negotiations? The Gorbachev plan is to enhance negotiations rather than to walk away from them. Would the hon. and learned Gentleman not do better addressing...

Child Benefit (Upratings) (18 Jun 1986)

Division No. 227] [5.26 pm AYES Abse, Leo Cohen, Harry Alexander, Richard Cook, Frank (Stockton North) Alton, David Cook, Robin F. (Livingston) Anderson, Donald Corbyn, Jeremy Archer, Rt Hon Peter Cormack, Patrick Ashdown, Paddy Craigen, J. M. Aspinwall, Jack Critchley, Julian Bagier, Gordon A. T. Crouch, David Banks, Tony (Newham NW) Cunningham, Dr John Barnett, Guy Dalyell, Tam...

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