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Orders of the Day — Supply: Select Committees (26 Nov 1979)

...Mr. Carol Mather Waller, Gary Young, Sir George (Acton) NOES Beith, A. J. Leighton, Ronald Thomas, Dafydd (Merioneth) Bennett, Andrew (Stockport N) Parry, Robert Wigley, Dafydd Canavan, Dennis Penhaligon, David Wilson, Gordon (Dundee East) Cryer, Bob Rooker, J. W. Ellis, Raymond (NE Derbyshire) Ross, Stephen (Isle of Wight) TELLERS FOR THE NOES: Howells, Geraint Skinner, Dennis...

Points of Order: Registration of Commercial Lobbying Interests (16 Jan 1990)

Mr. Bob Cryer, supported by Mrs. Alice Mahon, Mr. Tony Banks, Mr. Andrew F. Bennett, Mr. Dennis Canavan, Mr. Terry Lewis, Mr. Pat Wall, Mr. Dennis Skinner, Mr. Max Madden, Mr. Dave Nellist, Mr. Eric S. Heffer and Mr. John Hughes, presented a Bill to provide a public register of organisations who carry out the lobbying of Parliament for commercial gain and the disclosure of expenditure by such...

Bills Presented: Minimum Wages etc. (5 Dec 1984)

Mr. Dave Nellist, supported by Mr. Terry Fields, Mr. Eddie Loyden, Mr. Dennis Skinner, Mr. Dennis Canavan, Mr. David Winnick, Mr. Gerald Bermingham, Mr. Terry Lewis, Mr. Brian Sedgemore, Mr. Max Madden, Mr. Roland Boyes and Mr. Robert Litherland, presented a Bill to provide for the setting and enforcement of statutory minimums below which wages and allowances shall not fall with respect to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (26 Jun 1984)

Dennis Skinner: ...the Labour party parliamentary candidate for the Sherwood constituency. That constituency is currently held by a Tory—[HON. MEMBERS: "Hear, hear."]—and after the next election there will be two Skinners here instead of one.

National Health Service (Charges) (11 Mar 1985)

Dennis Skinner: ..., who is crippled with emphysema and who has to go into hospital three times a year? When he manages to get his breath and ring me, he says, "Can you get me a prescription for that nebuliser, Dennis?", and I write to the Secretary of State, and he says no. Is he saying no again?

Business of the House (19 Jun 2008)

Dennis Skinner: ...in Bolsover is now 10 per cent. below the national average. We have been investing in the good times to provide for the bad times. That is why on Friday I will be opening what is commonly known as Skinner's junction on the M1 to provide another 5,000 jobs: investment in the good times producing jobs in the bad times.

Clause 1: Teachers' Pay and Conditions Bill (10 Dec 1986)

Dennis Skinner: He is probably practising for his next radio programme. The essence of the low pay argument is good in itself. Today, I heard the views of some teachers. They said, "Whatever you do, Dennis, you tell Harold Walker this, if he gets into the Chair." I said "He will, because he is always there. He will be there. He is the sort of Chairman who understands the issues — not that he can be...

Schedule: Cromarty Petroleum (25 Oct 1976)

Division No. 342.] AYES [2.09 a.m. Canavan, Dennis Skinner, Dennis TELLERS FOR THE AYES: Mr. J. W. Rooker and Mr. John Wells. NOES Bain, Mrs Margaret Cocks, Rt Hon Michael Doig, Peter Biffen, John Cook, Robin F. (Edin C) Douglas-Hamilton, Lord James Brown, Hugh D. (Provan) Craigen, J. M. (Maryhill) English, Michael Buchan, Norman Crawford, Douglas Faulds, Andrew Buchanan,...

NHS Dentistry (12 Jun 1996)

Dennis Skinner: .... Are we going back to the 1930s, when my father was down the pit, and, if somebody wanted a tooth out and they had no money, there was no national health service and people would say, "Go to Tony Skinner, he has a good pair of pliers"? What a fine state of affairs we have reached.

Bill Presented: Farmworkers' Collective Bargaining (10 May 1976)

Miss Joan Maynard, supported by Mrs. Audrey Wise, Mr. John Prescott, Mr. Stan Thorne, Mr. Dennis Canavan, Mr Frank Allaun, Mr. Bob Cryer, Mr. Dennis Skinner, Mr. Robin Corbett, Mr. Robert Kilroy-Silk, Mr. Ron Thomas, and Mr. Neil Carmichael, presented a Bill to amend the Employment Protection Act to the extent that is necessary to provide for the conversion of the Agricultural Wages Board to...

Junior Doctors Contracts (18 Apr 2016)

Dennis Skinner: ...of reprehensible conduct. I think he ought to be looking at withdrawing that. I am an expert on this subject. Somebody said to me on the picket line, “Do you know what sums up this Government, Dennis? ‘When first they practise to deceive’”—I had better not finish it. [Interruption.] “Oh what a magic web they weave, when first they practise to deceive.” That is what they are.

Orders of the Day — Supply: Welsh Affairs (26 Nov 1979)

...TELLERS FOR THE AYES Thompson, Donald Walker, Bill (Perth & E Perthshire) Mr. Carol Mather and Thornton, Malcolm Waller, Gary Lord James Douglas-Hamilton NOES Beith, A. J. Howella, Geraint Skinner, Dennis Bennett, Andrew (Stockport N) McDonald, Dr Oonagh Soley, Clive Canavan, Dennis Parry, Robert Thomas, Dafydd (Merioneth) Cryer, Bob Penhaligon, David Dobson, Frank Rooker, J....

Opposition Day: Seamen's Dispute (11 May 1988)

Rogers, Allan Taylor, Matthew (Truro) Rooker, Jeff Thomas, Dr Dafydd Elis Ross, Ernie (Dundee W) Thompson, Jack (Wansbeck) Rowlands, Ted Turner, Dennis Ruddock, Joan Wall, Pat Salmond, Alex Wallace, James Sedgemore, Brian Walley, Joan Sheerman, Barry Warden, Gareth (Gower) Sheldon, Rt Hon Robert Wareing, Robert N. Shore, Rt Hon Peter Welsh, Andrew (Angus E) Skinner, Dennis Welsh,...

Orders of the Day — Dioxin (Bolsover) (13 Feb 1992)

Dennis Skinner: ...Ministry promise the farmers that the matter would be cleared up by Christmas? One of the farmers, Mr. Murphy, wrote to me on 4 February, and I have sent his letter to the Ministry. He said, "Mr. Skinner, they promised that the matter would be cleared up by Christmas. The Ministry then told us it would be January. The Ministry then told us it would be February. It has still not been...

GCHQ (Trade Union Membership): WORKING CONDITIONS OF GOVERNMENT TRAINEES (No. 2) (25 Jan 1984)

Mr. Dave Nellist, supported by Mr. Terry Fields, Mr. Tom Clarke, Mr. Gerald Bermingham, Mr. Eddie Loyden, Mr. Dennis Skinner, Mr. Roland Boyes, Mr. Tam Dalyell, Mr. John Evans, Ms. Jo Richardson and Mr. Dennis Canavan, presented a Bill to amend the law relating to health, safety and other working conditions of the trainees on Government training schemes; to make further provision with regard...

Unborn Children (Protection) Bill (Committee Proceedings): Working Conditions of Government Trainees (28 Feb 1985)

Mr. Dave Nellist, supported by Mr. Terry Fields, Mr. Tom Clarke, Mr. Gerald Bermingham, Mr. Eddie Loyden, Mr. Dennis Skinner, Mr. Roland Boyes, Mr. Tam Dalyell, Mr. John Evans, Ms. Jo Richardson, and Mr. Dennis Canavan, presented a Bill to amend the law relating to health, safety and other working conditions of the trainees on Government training schemes; to make further provision with regard...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (21 Jan 2009)

Dennis Skinner: Can the Prime Minister tell us what action will be taken again those bankers who have run their banks into the ground? Those Tory fat cats cannot blame— [Interruption.]

Prayers: Statutory Redundancy Pay (Amendment) Bill (13 Mar 2009)

Dennis Skinner: The hon. Gentleman should chair the Committee for the Bill.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Waste Disposal (26 Mar 2009)

Dennis Skinner: Is the Minister aware that there is a new waste disposal unit in Bolsover, on the old Coalite site? It is doing exceptionally well; there were queues there on Sunday. I propose that the shadow Business Secretary get hold of the Tories' inheritance tax plan and dump it in the waste disposal unit at Bolsover.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Capital Gains Tax (24 Jan 2008)

Dennis Skinner: Like Chris Huhne?


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