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Scottish Parliament: Safe Drive, Stay Alive Project (1 Mar 2017)

Alexander Stewart: ...who are involved with the project have been able to join us in the public gallery. I acknowledge the attendance of Melanie Mitchell, who is the local community champion for Tesco in Alloa, and Alan Faulds, who is the local area liaison officer for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service. In addition, I thank in particular my Mid Scotland and Fife colleagues Mark Ruskell and Alex Rowley; the...

Business without Debate: Faulty Tumble Dryers (Fire Risk) (13 Sep 2016)

Andrew Slaughter: My hon. Friend has hit the nail on the head; the two companies are adopting completely opposite strategies. No doubt they both have commercial motivations, but one has been benevolent and one has not. Samsung thinks, “Right, we will take the hit now, because we believe in the long-term reputation of our company.” Whirlpool is trying to go below the radar. There will have been many reports...

Scottish Parliament: Chirnsyde Community Initiative (4 Oct 2007)

Bob Doris: .... Court proceedings with regard to that shocking crime are pending and, for obvious reasons, I will be very careful what I say. The MOT garage was beside the local primary school and, had the hit on the garage been carried out earlier, or had it gone badly wrong, who knows how many innocent young people or parents arriving to collect their children might have been caught up in the mayhem...

Arts Council (Review) (21 Jul 1993)

Ann Clwyd: ...judge to make the decision for it? Can he also tell us why regional theatres appear to have been singled out to be the sacrificial victims of Arts Council cuts? Will he confirm that there is a hit list of 10 regional theatres from which the Arts Council is intent on withdrawing funding with a real threat of closures? Is it by coincidence or design that almost all those theatres are...

Children and Young Persons (Protection from Tobacco) Bill (18 Jan 1991)

Mr Trevor Skeet: I congratulate the hon. Member for Warley, East (Mr. Faulds) on his opportunity to introduce the Bill. I accept his argument in principle, although I believe that there is such an abundance of legislation at present that the Bill is not really necessary. I do not consider it appropriate that children under 16 should smoke. When I was at college we got six of the best if we were discovered...

Orders of the Day — Procedure (30 Nov 1988)

Mr Tony Banks: ...Alexander Mackintosh entitled, "Echoes of Big Ben." It says: I trembled for the fame and fate of Parliament as I witnessed the extremely violent, disgraceful scene, in July, 1893, of hon. Members hitting each other. The hon. Member for Havant (Sir I. Lloyd) has been in the House for a long time. Can he tell us when hon. Members last hit each other? That certainly puts into perspective the...

Business of the House (23 Jun 1988)

Mr Andrew Faulds: ...convenience and to their conduct in the proceedings of the House? Does he not agree that it is quite disgraceful that on the majority of the Members of the House, who do not know what is going to hit them, there should be imposed this range of inconveniences without their knowing what is going to happen?

Televising of Proceedings (29 Mar 1988)

Mr Andrew Faulds: ...because this loquacious windbag at my side, my hon. Friend the Member for Newham, North-West (Mr. Banks), never stops talking, so I cannot reply. I am sorry, my hand slipped and my Order Paper has hit him on the head. Oh, sorry, I have done it again. Instead of choosing even a tired old warhorse like the hon. Member for Warley, East (Mr. Faulds) who does have some knowledge of the...

Orders of the Day — Channel Tunnel Bill (5 Jun 1986)

Mr Andrew Faulds: ...the damaging implications of Government policies and because of neglect over many years by different Governments, we have a massively decaying infrastructure. We all know that is true, because it hits every one of our constituencies. And yet we are prepared to see massive amounts of private money going into a totally unnecessary enterprise, such as the tunnel project. Why cannot the...

Orders of the Day — The Arts (22 Feb 1982)

Mr Chris Price: ...left to her round the museums before the estate could be wound up. That is one example of the way that individual civil servants pursue people. As my hon. Friend the Member for Warley, East (Mr. Faulds) rightly said, they work to principles that have no force of law. I am pleased to hear that the Minister is well on his way to issuing clear guidance on such matters. We shall be pleased to...

Prayers: West Midlands (4 Dec 1981)

Mr Peter Snape: I hope that my hon. Friend the Member for Warley, East (Mr. Faulds) will forgive me if I do not take up many of the points that he has made. Like him, and like hon. Members on both sides of the House, I pay tribute to my hon. Friend the Member for Walsall, North (Mr. Winnick), who initiated the debate. It has been a valuable experience. In their absence, I hesitate to refer to some hon....

Orders of the Day — Public Lending Right Bill (10 Nov 1978)

Mr John Smith: ...can cover by a practical scheme. My hon. Friend the Member for Putney (Mr. Jenkins), who, in his period both in office and out of office, has pursued a public lending right with real dedication, hit the nail absolutely on the head when he said that it was an idea which seemed totally impractical until we had modern sampling techniques and an international standard book number. From what I...

Orders of the Day — Rhodesia (8 Nov 1978)

Mr Andrew Faulds: It is disgusting. That is the sort of target that the Smith regime has been hitting in Zambia. If Opposition Members bothered to ascertain the facts, they would not make such fools of themselves by making the comments that we have been hearing. What despicable sort of civil and military leadership in the corrupt and sick society that Smith represents could possibly decide that those were...

Medicines (Fees) Regulations (7 Apr 1976)

Mrs Lynda Chalker: ...remarkable since, in 1974, the Government stated clearly their philosophy was about the recovery of fees. In fact, only this week in answer to a Question by the hon. Member for Warley, East (Mr. Faulds), the Paymaster-General said: Government fees and charges are generally set at a level which is designed to recover full costs and no more. The Paymaster-General also said: The aim is to...

Orders of the Day — Schedule 4: Zero-Rating (11 May 1972)

Mr Jeffrey Archer: ...imposes this tax on theatres, he will not close the leading West End theatres but the repertory theatres throughout the country. The big ones will remain. It is the little theatres which will be hit the hardest. There is an exemption of £5,000 for the amateur theatre, and it is a joke. It is of no consequence. I give an example which the hon. Member for Smethwick (Mr. Faulds) and the hon....

Orders of the Day — Industrial Relations Bill: Ballot as to Agency Shop Agreement (29 Jul 1971)

... Dean, Paul Langford-Holt, Sir John Scott-Hopkins, James Deedes, Rt. Hn. W. F. Legge-Bourke, Sir Harry Sharples, Richard Digby, Simon Wingfield Le Marchant, Spencer Shaw, Michael (Sc'b'gh & Whitby) Dixon, Piers Lewis, Kenneth (RutLand) Shelton, William (Clapham) Douglas-Home, Rt. Hn. Sir Alec Lloyd, Lan (P'tsm'th, Langstone) Simeons, Charles du Cann, Rt. Hn. Edward Longden, Gilbert...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Relations Bill: Effect of Ballot Under Section 11 (29 Jul 1971)

...Ellis, Tom Boyden, James (Bishop Auckland) Davidson, Arthur English, Michael Bradley, Tom Davits, Denzil (Llanelly) Evans, Fred Brown, Bob (N'c'tle-upon-Tyne, W.) Davies, G. Elfed (Rhondda, E.) Faulds, Andrew Brown, Hugh D. (G'gow, Provan) Davies, Ifor (Gower) Fernyhough, Rt. Hn. E. Fitch, Alan (Wigan) Lawson, George Probert, Arthur Fletcher, Ted (Darlington) Leadbitter, Ted Reed, D....

Parliamentary Constituencies (Orders) (12 Nov 1969)

...Hn. Harold (Cheetham) Ashley, Jack Evans, Albert (Islington, S.W.) Lewis, Arthur (W. Ham, N.) Ashton, Joe (Bassetlaw) Evans, Fred (Caerphilly) Lewis, Ron (Carlisle) Atkins, Ronald (Preston, N.) Faulds, Andrew Lipton, Marcus Atkinson, Norman (Tottenham) Fernyhough, E. Loughlin, Charles Bacon, Rt. Hn. Alice Finch, Harold Lyon, Alexander W. (York) Bagier, Gordon A. T. Fitch, Alan...

Clause 3.: Public Expenditure and Receipts Bill (26 Feb 1968)

...Foot and Hooley, Frank Osborne, Sir Cyril (Louth) Mr. Ian Mikardo. Hooson, Emlyn Pardoe, John NOES Albu, Austen Evans, Ioan L. (Birm'h'm, Yardley) Lyon, Alexander W. (York) Alldritt, Walter Faulds, Andrew MacColl, James Allen, Scholefield Finch, Harold MacDermott, Niall Anderson, Donald Foley, Maurice Macdonald, A. H. Bacon, Rt. Hn. Alice Ford, Ben McGuire, Michael Bagier, Gordon...

Economic Situation (21 Nov 1967)

Sir Arthur Harvey: ...years trying to sell British aircraft in foreign countries. It is a difficult task and not very enjoyable—[Interruption.] I sold 100 in the Far East long before the hon. Member for Smethwick (Mr. Faulds) was a Member of the House. Why make a set at industry by raising Corporation Tax another 2½ per cent.? I should like to see the Government abolish the Selective Employment Tax and not...


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