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Orders of the Day — Industry Bill: Clause 1 (4 Feb 1981)

Mr James Hill: during the negotiations there was a strong rumour that Sir Michael Edwardes was threatening to resign unless my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State gave way throughout. We on the Back Benches suspect that Sir Michael was giving my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State the same treatment as he is giving to his labour force.

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Lyons Review (23 Jan 2007)

Caroline Spelman: In his report of last May, Sir Michael Lyons clearly stated his views about political boundaries being redrawn. That has nothing to do with finance, but everything to do with form and function. In the interests of common sense, will the Government now give an assurance that Sir Michael will be asked to give evidence to the Bill Committee, as requested?

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Michael Hintze (15 Nov 2011)

Ed Vaizey: My meeting with Mr Michael Hintze on 21 July 2011 was a private meeting and no civil servants were present. The meeting took place in the Department and was arranged by my ministerial office and Michael Hintze’s office. Michael Hintze is a philanthropist who gives generously to a range of arts bodies, including an exceptional gift of £2 million from the Hintze Family Charitable Foundation...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Members' Statements: Neurology Recall Scandal (4 Oct 2021)

Carál Ní Chuilín: ...scandal and the subsequent recall. The neurology recall patient support group made a statement to the neurology inquiry in which it thanked the team for the opportunity to submit questionnaires and give oral evidence. It has also requested a briefing from the inquiry team prior to the inquiry making a report public. Those people have suffered enough, and they continue to suffer....

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Housing Benefit (Welfare Supplementary Payment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2017 (16 Jan 2017)

Alex Maskey: For the benefit of the House, would the Member like to recall that, when the Social Development Committee was considering many of these matters, I had to go to him as the leader on behalf of Michael Copeland? Michael Copeland was fighting the good fight in the Committee, but your party, under your leadership, did not support him. I had to go and ask you, on behalf of the Ulster Unionist...

Bills Presented: Community Charge (Landlord and Tenant) (27 Mar 1990)

Mr. John Greenway, supported by Mr. Dudley Fishburn, Sir Rhodes Boyson, Sir Hal Miller, Sir Michael Shaw, Mr. Michael Shersby, Sir John Wheeler, Sir Fergus Montgomery, Sir Hugh Rossi and Mr. Michael Alison, presented a Bill to require landlords to reduce the rent of a tenant by the proportion of rent previously contributed by the tenant towards the payment of domestic rates; to give rent...

Criminal Justice and Public Order Bill: Secure Training Orders (19 Oct 1994)

Michael Howard: I am happy to give way to the Opposition Front-Bench spokesman, the hon. Member for Cardiff, South and Penarth (Mr. Michael). There are serious and insuperable difficulties in the amendments—difficulties of both practice and principle. For that reason, I urge the House to reject them.

Opposition Day — [Un-allotted day]: Home Information Packs (19 Jul 2006)

Michael Gove: Now, the embarrassment of choices is slightly smaller. I give way to the hon. Member for Hastings and Rye (Michael Jabez Foster).

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Topical Questions (17 Mar 2009)

Louise Ellman: Will my right hon. Friend assure me that he is giving full and urgent consideration to new information in favour of Michael Shields? Does he recognise the strength of support for Michael, in Liverpool and across the country?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members’ Business: Office of the Police Ombudsman (19 Sep 2011)

Raymond McCartney: No, I am not giving way. You had your chance. Michael Maguire articulated that to the Committee. He was in no doubt — I have not heard a dissenting view today contradicting him — that the independence of the office was lowered. I have not heard a dissenting voice. Not one person contradicted Michael Maguire when he said that.

Scottish Parliament: Landfill Tax (Scotland) Bill: Stage 3 (17 Dec 2013)

Kenneth Gibson: I thank Michael McMahon for giving us an amendment to debate. As Michael pointed out, he met the cabinet secretary—

Opposition Day — [19th Allotted Day] — UNHCR Syrian Refugees Programme: Teaching Quality (29 Jan 2014)

Michael Gove: The right hon. Gentleman is giving an outstanding speech and I agree with almost every word that he has said. He has given me the opportunity to place on record my admiration for the work that Sir Michael Wilshaw has led to ensure that HMIS—

Scottish Parliament: UK Referendum on EU Membership: Justice and Security (1 Nov 2016)

Douglas Ross: If Michael Russell wants to intervene again, he can stand up rather than speak from a sedentary position. Michael Russell rose— Okay—I will give way.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Spain (Detained British Citizens) (30 Jan 1974)

Mr. Mitchell: Is the Minister aware that one of my constituents, a 19-year-old seaman by the name of Michael Murray, has been held in prison awaiting trial for six months in Spain? Can the Minister confirm that the date of the trial has now been fixed and, secondly, can he give me the dates of the consular visits to Michael Murray since his imprisonment?

Orders of the Day — Betting and Gaming Duties Bill [Lords] (23 Oct 1981)

Mr Michael Jopling: The Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (Mr. Michael Jopling): I am extremely grateful to the right hon. and learned Member for Warley, West (Mr. Archer) for his remarks. We are all extremely grateful for the work of the Law Commission, which comes to the House on frequent occasions. I hope that the House will be able to give the Bill a Second Reading.

Scottish Parliament: Waste Management (15 Sep 2011)

Richard Lochhead: I welcome the opportunity to debate this important topic and thank Michael McMahon and his colleagues for giving Parliament this opportunity. I listened carefully to Michael McMahon’s opening speech and I agree with many of his comments. However, I cannot agree with his assertion that we should scrap Scotland’s planning system and scrap the appeals process unless we reject every appeal...

Orders of the Day — Licensing (Young Persons) Bill: Amendment of Part Xii of the Licensing Act 1964 (12 May 2000)

Michael Fabricant: In a moment. It is depressing that when I am occasionally invited to give prizes at a school speech day, the 18-year-olds to whom I am giving the prizes seem considerably taller and much more mature than I. I shall now give way to the hon. Lady. [Interruption.] I shall first give way to my right hon. Friend the Member for Penrith and The Border.

International Monetary Fund {standby Credit) (30 Nov 1967)

Mr Michael English: I was mistaken. The matter upon which I was mistaken is precisely the difficulty. What I thought was the case and still believe ought to be the case is that we neither required Mr. Speaker to give reasons, nor directed that he should not give reasons. The reason for the former was that by giving reasons in every possible case successive Speakers might again narrow and restrict the...

Orders of the Day: Rating (Empty Properties) Bill (7 Jun 2007)

Michael Gove: Michael Lyons argued that what is required is a balanced change to how the business rate operated. The removal of this relief was justifiable in the context of a balanced package of reforms. Instead of introducing such a balanced package, the Chancellor has chosen the quickest, dirtiest and most effective way of raising £1 billion. Talking of quick, dirty and effective, I am happy to give...

Opposition Day — [3rd allotted day]: Political Parties (Funding) (4 Dec 2007)

Clive Efford: I have listened carefully to the hon. Gentleman's speech, but he really cannot get away with the answer that he gave earlier about the Michael Brown money. Has he been approached by any of the people who have suffered from the fraud by Michael Brown, and has the Liberal party given any consideration to how he came by that money and whether it is morally obliged to give it back?

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