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All 4 results for cuckoo speaker:Lord Bannside

Northern Ireland Assembly: Dual Currency Status for the Euro/Sterling in Northern Ireland (4 Dec 2001)

Ian Paisley: ...the British public the opportunity to say either yes or no. If the British public vote no, what becomes of the hon Lady’s speech? It is utter nonsense for Ms Morrice to tell us that in the cloud cuckoo land in which she lives, the British Government will pay millions of pounds to bring her stupid little motion into effect. We cannot get enough money from the British Government to deal...

Debate on the Address — [First Day] (20 Jun 2001)

Ian Paisley: ...the supreme control of the IRA high command and enjoy all the immunity that would be given in the Republic to the property of another state--and then reporting that all is well, he is living in cuckoo land. The people of Northern Ireland are not bluffed or fooled by such visits. They are not fooled by the bunkers either. The IRA has no intention of decommissioning at this time. When the...

BSE Crisis (13 Nov 1996)

Ian Paisley: ...and hear an announcement that the ban has been completely lifted. That is not going to happen. If any hon. Member thinks that, by any way we move in this House, that will happen, they are living in cuckoo land.

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland (Firearms) (26 Oct 1976)

Ian Paisley: ...a person who is found guilty? A mandatory sentence may well provide a greater deterrent than a sentence up to a maximum of 10 years. I agree with my hon. Friend that we should be living in cloud-cuckoo land if we thought that this order would be a great deterrent to men who are engaged in murder in Northern Ireland. Nothing will stop those men in their determination to inflict ravages on...

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