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Mr James Daly

Former MP for Monaghan South (13 Jul 1895 – 7 Feb 1902)

Mr James Daly

Former MP for County Galway (29 Jun 1805 – 29 Dec 1834)

James Daly

Conservative MP for Bury North (13 Dec 2019 – current)

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Orders of the Day — Infant Mortality, Scotland (16 Feb 1944)

Mr Thomas Johnston: ...? First of all, the composition of the Scientific Advisory Committee, who co-opted the Boyd Orr Committee, is Sir John Boyd Orr himself, Professor Carl Hamilton Browning, Professor Crew, Professor Daly, Sir John Fraser—the most eminent surgeon we have—Professor David Murray Lyon, Sir Alexander MacGregor—Medical Officer of Health for the largest city in Scotland—Professor MacKie,...

Orders of the Day — Weights and Measures Bill: Clause 48. — (General Powers of Inspection and Entry.) (13 Mar 1963)

Division No. 75.] AYES [8.52 p.m. Abse, Leo Brockway, A. Fenner Davies, S. O. (Merthyr) Ainsley, William Broughton, Dr. A. D. D. Dempsey, James Allaun, Frank (Salford, E.) Butler, Herbert (Hackney, C.) Diamond, John Bacon, Mlss Alice Carmichael, Nell Dodds, Norman Baxter, William (Stirlingshire, W.) Castle, Mrs. Barbara Ede, Rt. Hon. C. Bancs, Cyril Cllffe, Michael Edward, Rt. Hon. Ness...

Orders of the Day — Prices and Incomes Bill: New Clause 7 (25 Jun 1968)

Peel, John Sandys, Rt. Hn. D. Wainwright, Richard (Coine Valley) Percival, Ian Scott, Nicholas Walker-Smith, Rt. Hn. Sir Derek Peyton, John Scott-Hopkins, James Wall, Patrick Pike, Miss Mervvn Sharples, Richard Walters, Dennis Pink, R. Bonner Shaw, Michael (Sc'b'gh A Whitby) Ward, Dame Irene Pounder, Rafton Silvester, Frederick Weatherill, Bernard Powell, Rt. Hn. J. Enoch Smith, Dudley...

Clause 2: Provision of Goods, Facilities and Services (9 Jul 1968)

..., Anthony Bullus, Sir Eric Iremonger, T. L. Russell, Sir Ronald Burden, F. A. Irvine, Bryant Godman (Rye) Sandys, Rt. Hn. D. Campbell, B. (Oldham, West) Jenkin, Patrick (Woodford) Scott-Hopkins, James Campbell, Gordon (Moray & Nairn) Jennings, J. C. (Burton) Sharpies, Richard Carlisle, Mark Jones, Arthur (Northants, S.) Silvester, Frederick Chichester-Clark, R. Joseph, Rt. Hn....

Orders of the Day — Defence (Army) Estimates, 1969–70, Vote A (12 Mar 1969)

Mr James Boyden: ...We hope that, having tried it, they will stay. I wish to say something about military aid to the civil community. This will deal with the point of my hon. Friend the Member for West Lothian (Mr. Daly-ell). During this year, we published a pamphlet setting out the rules for the guidance of civil organisations. This is not new. The Army has always had a good reputation for assisting the...

Orders of the Day — HOUSE OF COMMONS (REDISTRI BUTION OF SEATS) (No. 2) BILL (2 Jul 1969)

Division No. 304.] AYES [10.0 p.m. Alison, Michael (Barkston Ash) Dalkeith, Earl of Hill, J. E. B. Allason, James (Hemed Hempstead) Dance, James Hirst, Geoffrey Amery, Rt. Hn. Julian d'Avigdor-Goldsmid, Sir Henry Hogg, Rt. Hn. Quintin Astor, John Dean, Paul Holland, Philip Atkins, Humphrey (M't'n & M'd'n) Deedes, Rt. Hn. W. F. (Ashford) Hordern, Peter Awdry, Daniel Digby, Simon...

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (26 Jan 1970)

...Booth, Albert Cronin, John Allaun, Frank (Salford, E.) Boston, Terence Crosland, Rt. Hn. Anthony Alldritt, Walter Bottomley, Rt. Hn. Arthur Crossman, Rt. Hn. Richard Allen, Scholefield Boyden, James Daly ell, Tam Anderson, Donald Bradley, Tom Davidson, Arthur (Accrington) Archer, Peter (R'wley Regis & Tipt'n) Bray, Dr. Jeremy Davies, E. Hudson (Conway) Ashley, Jack Brooks, Edwin...

Orders of the Day — Fuel and Electricity (Control) Bill (26 Nov 1973)

Mr Tam Dalyell: ...taking the risks of going down a coal mine. All that I would bring to the attention of the Minister is the chord which that particular remark struck among the miners who were present. When Lawrence Daly asked : Why should a man with a dictaphone working in an office with a secretary get by tradition far more than a man who risks his life going down a coal mine?", the same chord was struck....

Fuel Situation (9 Jan 1974)

Mr James Prior: ...spoke so eloquently and who have spoken out bravely in favour of accepting the offer? The Leader of the Opposition earned the cheers of his party by dissociating the mass of mineworkers from Mr. Daly and Mr. Scargill. He might have earned the cheers of the whole House if he had shown still greater courage and urged the mineworkers to accept the offer and resume normal production. Or is it...

Orders of the Day — Rates of Basic Scheme Benefits (12 Mar 1975)

...Smith, John (N Lanarkshire) Canavan, Dennis McMillan, Tom (Glasgow C) Spriggs, Leslie Clemilson, Ivor McNamara Kevin Stewart, Rt Hon M. (Fulham) Coleman, Donald Madden, Max Stoddart, David Daly-ell, Tarn Magee Bryan Swain, Thomas Deakins, Eric Maguire, Frank (Fermanagh) Taylor, Mrs Ann (Bolton W) Dempsey, James Marks, Kenneth Thomas. Ron (Bristol NW) Doig, Peter Marshall, Dr Edmund...

Orders of the Day — Supply: Young People (Employment) (21 Jun 1976)

Mr James Prior: ...for ourselves if we do not get to the roots of this problem. These are not only industrial problems. They are social problems too. Another speech at the TUC conference last week by Lawrence Daly made this point quite clearly. The article written by my right hon. Friend the Member for Worcester (Mr. Walker) last week did the same. Racial tensions will mount among the parents of unemployed...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Security (26 Apr 1984)

Mr James Prior: Yes. I would find any excuse for terrorism utterly regrettable. I remind the House of the extraordinarily powerful comments of Bishop Cahal Daly at the recent funeral of a murdered girl. His condemnation of all those who support violence in Northern Ireland was the most powerful that I have heard in three years.

Security (Northern Ireland) (25 Oct 1993)

Mr James Kilfedder: ...should be no retaliation against any Roman Catholic? I trust that there will be no tit-for-tat murders. Did the Secretary of State note the very strong words of denunciation uttered by Cardinal Daly about this crime against humanity? Has he read the full-page editorial in the Irish News? Perhaps the terrorists would like Northern Ireland to degenerate into civil war, as has happened in...

Opposition Day: Fisheries (18 Jan 1995)

... Aitken, Rt Hon Jonathan Conway, Derek Alexander, Richard Coombs, Anthony (Wyre For'st) Alison, Rt Hon Michael (Selby) Coombs, Simon (Swindon) Ancram, Michael Cope, Rt Hon Sir John Arbuthnot, James Cormack, Sir Patrick Arnold, Jacques (Gravesham) Couchman, James Arnold, Sir Thomas (Hazel Grv) Cran, James Ashby, David Currie, Mrs Edwina (S D'by'ire) Aspinwall, Jack Curry, David...

Northern Ireland Assembly: No Confidence in Minister of Education (8 May 2001)

Peter Robinson: .... The headquarters staff are as follows: the quartermaster is Kevin Agnew; the adjutant general is Martin Lynch; Bernard Fox is in charge of the engineering department; the director of education is James Monaghan; the director of finances is Patrick Thompson; the operations officer is Sean Hughes; the director of intelligence is Robert Storey; and Patrick Murphy and Kevin McBride are in...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Paramilitary Activity (18 Sep 2001)

Peter Robinson: ...excuse of drug dealing to justify murdering Christopher O’Kane in Londonderry. In May 2001, the IRA again murdered someone who, it claimed, was a drug dealer. The victim, that time, was Paul Daly from Belfast. He was shot in front of his family. In April 2001, Londonderry man, Gerald McFadden, from Rathlin Gardens in the Creggan estate was charged after he was found to have personal...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Ambassadors (1 Sep 2003)

Mike O'Brien: ...1997) China Sir Christopher Hum KCMG (March 2001) Sir Anthony Galsworthy (May 1997) Colombia Thomas Duggin (August 2001) Jeremy Thorp (May 1998) Congo (Democratic Republic) James Atkinson (May 2000) Doug Scrafton (June 1998) Costa Rica Georgina Butler (March 2002) Peter Spicely (January 1999) Alan Green (September 1997) Cote d'Ivoire Francois...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Documents (1 Mar 2004)

Mr Paul Marsden: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs which documents are held by his Department written by (a) P. H. Pearse, (b) Thomas J. Clarke, (c) Thomas Macdonagh, (d) Edward Daly, (e) William Pearse, (f) Michael O'Hanrahan, (g) Joseph Mary Plunkett, (h) John MacBride, (i) Sean Heuston, (j) Michael Mallin, (k) Eamonn Ceannt, (l) Con Colbert, (m) Thomas Kent, (n) Sean...

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Public Record Office (Irish Historical Documents) (4 Mar 2004)

Mr Paul Marsden: ...Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs which documents are held by the Public Record Office written by (a) P. H. Pearse, (b) Thomas J. Clarke, (c) Thomas Macdonagh, (d) Edward Daly, (e) William Pearse, (f) Michael O'Hanrahan, (g) Joseph Mary Plunkett, (h) John MacBride, (i) Sean Heuston, (j) Michael Mallin, (k) Eamonn Ceannt, (l) Con Colbert, (m) Thomas Kent, (n) Sean...

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Government Records (8 Mar 2004)

Mr Paul Marsden: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland which documents are held by his office written by (a) P. H. Pearse, (b) Thomas J. Clarke, (c) Thomas Macdonagh, (d) Edward Daly, (e) William Pearse, (f) Michael O'Hanrahan, (g) Joseph Mary Plunkett, (h) John MacBride, (i) Sean Heuston, (j) Michael Mallin, (k) Eamonn Ceannt, (l) Con Colbert, (m) Thomas Kent, (n) Sean MacDiarmada, (o) James...

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