Results 281–300 of 2000 for john bercow

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Territorial Army (22 Jun 1998)

John Bercow: If he will make a statement on the future role of the Territorial Army. [45223]

Orders of the Day — Crime and Disorder Bill [Lords]: Football Behaviour Order (22 Jun 1998)

John Bercow: (Buckingham): I recognise that subsections (5) and (7) of new clause 10 refer to the order applying for not less than five years. Does my right hon. Friend agree that there are circumstances in which it might be appropriate at the outset, on the strength of an appalling track record of behaviour, to impose an order lasting longer than that—potentially for life?

Orders of the Day — Crime and Disorder Bill [Lords]: Reduction in Age at Which Certain Sexual Acts are Lawful (22 Jun 1998)

Division No. 311] [10.19pm AYES Abbott, Ms Diane Crausby, David Adams, Mrs Irene (Paisley N) Cryer, John (Hornchurch) Ainger, Nick Cummings, John Ainsworth, Robert (Cov'try NE) Cunningham, Jim (Cov'try S) Alexander, Douglas Cunningham, Ms Roseanna Allan, Richard (Perth) Allen, Graham Curry, Rt Hon David Anderson, Janet (Rossendale) Darling, Rt Hon Alistair Armstrong, Ms Hilary...

Orders of the Day — Crime and Disorder Bill [Lords]: Welsh Affairs Committee (22 Jun 1998)

Ordered,That Mr. John Bercow be discharged from the Welsh Affairs Committee and Dr. Julian Lewis be added to the Committee.—[Mr. George Mudie, on behalf of the Committee of Selection.]

Orders of the Day — Crime and Disorder Bill [Lords]: Racially-Aggravated Offences: England and Wales (23 Jun 1998)

...Rt Hon Michael Breed, Colin Arbuthnot, James Brooke, Rt Hon Peter Atkinson, Peter (Hexham) Browning, Mrs Angela Ballard, Jackie Bruce, Ian (S Dorset) Beith, Rt Hon A J Bruce, Malcolm (Gordon) Bercow, John Burns, Simon Beresford, Sir Paul Campbell, Menzies (NE Fife) Blunt, Crispin Chope, Christopher Body, Sir Richard Clappison, James Boswell, Tim Clifton-Brown, Geoffrey Bottomley,...

Orders of the Day — Human Rights Bill rds: Proceedings (24 Jun 1998)

John Bercow: For the avoidance of doubt, will my hon. and learned Friend confirm that there is a substantial difference between a requirement to "take account of' and a requirement to be "guided by"? I do not wish to quibble with my hon. and learned Friend's use of language, which is always exemplary, but I should be grateful for that clarification on this occasion.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Charities Taxation (25 Jun 1998)

John Bercow: What representations he has received regarding the taxation of charities. [46158]

Energy Review (25 Jun 1998)

John Bercow: Does the President accept industry estimates that about £3 billion of investment in new gas-fired power stations is at risk from an extended moratorium? If she does not accept those estimates, will she tell the House what hers are, and on what they are based?

Opposition Day: The Economy (29 Jun 1998)

...Ainsworth, Peter (E Surrey) Gill, Christopher Amess, David Goodlad, Rt Hon Sir Alastair Ancram, Rt Hon Michael Gray, James Arbuthnot, James Green, Damian Atkinson, David (Bour'mth E) Greenway, John Baldry, Tony Grieve, Dominic Bercow, John Gummer, Rt Hon John Beresford, Sir Paul Hamilton, Rt Hon Sir Archie Blunt, Crispin Hammond, Philip Body, Sir Richard Hawkins, Nick Boswell,...

Opposition Day: Class Sizes (29 Jun 1998)

... Ainsworth, Peter (E Surrey) Duncan, Alan Amess, David Duncan Smith, Iain Ancram, Rt Hon Michael Emery, Rt Hon Sir Peter Atkinson, David (Bour'mth E) Evans, Nigel Baldry, Tony Faber, David Bercow, John Fabricant, Michael Beresford, Sir Paul Fallon, Michael Blunt, Crispin Flight, Howard Body, Sir Richard Forth, Rt Hon Eric Boswell, Tim Fowler, Rt Hon Sir Norman Bottomley, Peter...

Orders of the Day — Finance (No. 2) Bill: Depositary Receipts and Clearance Services: Exchanges of Shares (30 Jun 1998)

John Bercow: Does my right hon. Friend agree that irritation at the Government's hurried presentation of the new clause is compounded by the fact that the Paymaster General has not thought it proper to give the House any assurance that none of his own business interests is affected either way by the proposed new clause?

Orders of the Day — Finance (No. 2) Bill: Repayment of Dividend Tax Credit to Non-Taxpayers (30 Jun 1998)

John Bercow: I am grateful to my hon. Friend for his characteristic courtesy in giving way. I hope that he will understand if I momentarily turn from praise, justified though it is, to blame. Our hon. Friend the Member for Bognor Regis and Littlehampton referred to a callous letter from the Inland Revenue, dated 11 February, which defended current Government policy. Although the Paymaster General is...

Orders of the Day — Finance (No. 2) Bill: Special Regard to Trading Patterns of the Retail Industry (30 Jun 1998)

Division No. 319] [7.2 pm AYES Allan, Richard Gummer, Rt Hon John Amess, David Hamilton, Rt Hon Sir Archie Ancram, Rt Hon Michael Hammond, Philip Arbuthnot, James Hancock, Mike Ashdown, Rt Hon Paddy Harris, Dr Evan Atkinson, David (Bour'mth E) Harvey, Nick Atkinson, Peter (Hexham) Hawkins, Nick Baker, Norman Hayes, John Ballard, Jackie Heald, Oliver Bercow, John Heath, David...

Orders of the Day — Finance (No. 2) Bill: Tax Credit Compensation for Charities with Investments in Mixed Funds (30 Jun 1998)

Division No. 320] [10.42 pm AYES Ainsworth, Peter (E Surrey) Baker, Norman Allan, Richard Ballard, Jackie Amess, David Beggs, Roy Ancram, Rt Hon Michael Bercow, John Arbuthnot, James Beresford, Sir Paul Atkinson, David (Bour'mth E) Body, Sir Richard Atkinson, Peter (Hexham) Boswell, Tim Bottomley, Peter (Worthing W) Kirkwood, Archy Brady, Graham Laing, Mrs Eleanor Brake, Tom Lait,...

Oral Answers to Questions — International Development: Sanction (1 Jul 1998)

John Bercow: Further to the hon. Gentleman's question, does the Secretary of State agree that, if a country's human rights record is bad, there is often a compelling case for shifting aid previously given to it to a neighbouring country in a similar income category in order conclusively to demonstrate that aid is linked to governance, respect for human rights and the concept of an ethical foreign policy?

Orders of the Day — Finance (No. 2) Bill: Repeals (1 Jul 1998)

... Anderson, Janet (Rossendale) Clark, Rt Hon Dr David (S Shields) Armstrong, Ms Hilary Clark, Dr Lynda (Edinburgh Pentlands) Ashton, Joe Atkins. Charlotte Clark, Paul (Gillingham) Austin, John Clarke, Charles (Norwich S) Banks, Tony Clarke. Tony (Northampton S) Battle, John Clelland, David Bayley, Hugh Clwyd, Ann Beard, Nigel Coffey, Ms Ann Beckett, Rt Hon Mrs Margaret Cohen,...

Orders of the Day — Teaching and Higher Education Bill [Lords]: New Arrangements for Giving Financial Support to Students (1 Jul 1998)

Division No. 323] [11.3 pm AYES Adams, Mrs Irene (Paisley N) Cunningham, Rt Hon Dr John (Copeland) Ainger, Nick Alexander, Douglas Cunningham, Jim (Cov'try S) Allen, Graham Dalyell, Tam Anderson, Donald (Swansea E) Darling, Rt Hon Alistair Anderson, Janet (Rossendale) Darvill, Keith Armstrong, Ms Hilary Davey, Valerie (Bristol W) Ashton, Joe Davidson, Ian Atkins, Charlotte Davies,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Farm Incomes (2 Jul 1998)

John Bercow: If he will make a statement on farm incomes in the year to 1 May 1998. [47158]

Business of the House (2 Jul 1998)

John Bercow: Will the Leader of the House find time for an early debate on the expenditure policies of North Lanarkshire council? That would give the House a chance to consider the specific and worrying case of a lollipop man who was paid at a rate equivalent to £17,500 a year for working 10 hours a week. Given the right hon. Lady's prodigious reading of the daily newspapers, does she recall that that...

Oral Answers to Questions — Minimum Sentences (Burglary) (13 Jul 1998)

John Bercow: When resources will be available to implement mandatory minimum sentences for burglars convicted of a third offence as set out in section 4 of the Crime (Sentences) Act 1997. [48402]

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