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All 2 results for cuckoo speaker:Mr Stephen Day

Orders of the Day — Social Security Bill (30 Nov 1992)

Mr Stephen Day: ...pensions in the foreseeable future, for the public to believe that they can rely on the state to provide a basic pension that will meet all their needs is, in the modern age, living in cloud cuckoo land. One may be able to make a theoretical moral case for making such a provision, but it comes down to the practicalities—and of not only the present but potential economic performance of...

Opposition Day: Recession and Unemployment (19 Feb 1992)

Mr Stephen Day: ...recession and the market is in decline. Yet the right hon. and learned Gentleman says that there is no world recession and that our problems are all caused by the Government. He is living in cloud-cuckoo-land. One aspect of his accusation is particularly offensive. When there is a total reluctance to accept what is manifestly the case and people are suffering from it, how on earth can the...

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