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Business of the House (5 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Is the Leader of the House aware that many hon. Members wish to take part in the debate on foreign affairs which he hinted at a few moments ago? In those circumstances, does he agree that it would be appropriate for it to be a two-day debate so that all recent world events could be fully debated?

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

..., Harry McKelvey, William Conlan, Bernard MacKenzie, Rt Hon Gregor Cook, Frank (Stockton North) McNamara, Kevin Cook, Robin F. (Livingston) McTaggart, Robert Corbett, Robin McWilliam, John Corbyn, Jeremy Madden, Max Cox, Thomas (Tooting) Marek, Dr John Craigen, J. M. Martin, Michael Crowther, Stan Maxton, John Cunningham, Dr John Maynard, Miss Joan Dalyell, Tam Meacher, Michael...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Amendment) Bill: Pharmaceutical Services (9 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: I support my hon. Friend the Member for Holborn and St. Pancras (Mr. Dobson). When the National Health Service was set up, controls on pharmacies were exercised through family practitioner committees. Later, those controls were made more powerful, and now the Government wish to introduce more requirements for the opening of pharmacies. Amendment No. 25 places a requirement on the Health...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Amendment) Bill: Short Title, etc. (9 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: This amendment is an important long-stop. During this rather short Report stage we have found time and time again that the provisions of the Bill are subject to a later decision by the Minister. This is a feature of so much of this Government's legislation. The House votes and then finds that all that it has done has been to give a pen to the Minister. He can decide how the Bill will operate,...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Amendment) Bill: Lifting of All Crown Immunity (9 Jun 1986)

...Cohen, Harry McDonald, Dr Oonagh Coleman, Donald MacKenzie, Rt Hon Gregor Cook, Frank (Stockton North) Maclennan, Robert Cook, Robin F. (Livingston) McWilliam, John Corbett, Robin Madden, Max Corbyn, Jeremy Marek, Dr John Cox, Thomas (Tooting) Maxton, John Crowther, Stan Maynard, Miss Joan Cunliffe, Lawrence Meacher, Michael Davis, Terry (B'ham, H'ge H'l) Michie, William Deakins,...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Amendment) Bill: Application of Health and Safety Legislation to Health Authorities (9 Jun 1986)

..., Terry Cohen, Harry Pendry, Tom Coleman, Donald Powell, Raymond (Ogmore) Cook, Frank (Stockton North) Radice, Giles Cook, Robin F. (Livingston) Raynsford, Nick Corbett, Robin Redmond, Martin Corbyn, Jeremy Richardson, Ms Jo Cox, Thomas (Tooting) Roberts, Ernest (Hackney N) Crowther, Stan Robertson, George Cunliffe, Lawrence Rogers, Allan Davis, Terry (B'ham, H'ge H'l) Rooker, J....

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Amendment) Bill: Adjudicating Panel (9 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Read the whole judgment.

Orders of the Day — Education Bill [Lords] (10 Jun 1986)

...Michael Cohen, Harry Mason, Rt Hon Roy Coleman, Donald Maxton, John Cook, Frank (Stockton North) Maynard, Miss Joan Cook, Robin F. (Livingston) Meacher, Michael Corbett, Robin Michie, William Corbyn, Jeremy Mikardo, Ian Cox, Thomas (Tooting) Millan, Rt Hon Bruce Craigen, J. M. Miller, Dr M. S. (E Kilbride) Crowther, Stan Morris, Rt Hon A. (W'shawe) Cunliffe, Lawrence Morris, Rt...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Sri Lanka (11 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Does the Minister accept that the origin of many of Sri Lanka's problems lies in the continual exclusion of the Tamil people from Government and other constitutional processes? Does he further accept that his concern to achieve peace in Sri Lanka would be far more credible if the British Government stopped supplying the Sri Lankan Government with arms, which have been used to kill Tamil...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: South Africa (11 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Further to that point of order, Mr. Speaker. Is it in order for a Minister, when answering a question in the House, to suggest that Members of Parliament who take part in demonstrations outside the House on matters about which they feel strongly are acting in an undemocratic manner? Is it not the case that democracy means that people have a right to speak freely in the House and also a right...

Crossbows (Restrictions): Crossbows (Restrictions) Bill (11 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. Is it in order for the manufacturers of offensive weapons to send misleading information to hon. Members the day before my hon. Friend the Member for Jarrow (Mr. Dixon) introduced his ten-minute Bill? They sought to influence the debate without giving hon. Members a chance to check the information in a report sponsored by the manufacturers.

Social Security: Housing Benefits (11 Jun 1986)

Division No. 219] [7 pm AYES Adams, Allen (Paisley N) Cook, Frank (Stockton North) Alton, David Cook, Robin F. (Livingston) Anderson, Donald Corbett, Robin Archer, Rt Hon Peter Corbyn, Jeremy Ashdown, Paddy Cox, Thomas (Tooting) Ashton, Joe Craigen, J. M. Atkinson, N. (Tottenham) Crowther, Stan Banks, Tony (Newham NW) Dalyell, Tam Barnett, Guy Davies, Rt Hon Denzil (L'lli) Barron,...

Orders of the Day — Financial Services Bill: Takeover Panel (12 Jun 1986)

...Hon M. (Bristol S) Prescott, John Cohen, Harry Radice, Giles Coleman, Donald Randall, Stuart Cook, Frank (Stockton North) Redmond, Martin Cook, Robin F. (Livingston) Rees, Rt Hon M. (Leeds S) Corbyn, Jeremy Roberts, Allan (Bootle) Crowther, Stan Roberts, Ernest (Hackney N) Cunningham, Dr John Robertson, George Davies, Ronald (Caerphilly) Robinson, G. (Coventry NW) Davis, Terry...

Prayers: Enterprise and Deregulation (13 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: I heartily endorse my hon Friend's remarks about the Tory attitude to health and safety. Does he accept that one problem is the inadequate number of health and safety inspectors and the many loopholes in the regulations? Many serious health hazards and accidents at work could be prevented if the health and safety inspectorate were strengthened.

Orders of the Day — Opposition Day: Hospitals (16 Jun 1986)

..., Gerald Ashley, Rt Hon Jack Bidwell, Sydney Ashton, Joe Blair, Anthony Atkinson, N. (Tottenham) Boothroyd, Miss Betty Bagier, Gordon A. T. Boyes, Roland Banks, Tony (Newham NW) Bray, Dr Jeremy Barnett, Guy Brown, Hugh D. (Provan) Barron, Kevin Brown, N. (N'c'tle-u-Tyne E) Beckett, Mrs Margaret Brown, R. (N'c'tle-u-Tyne N) Bruce, Malcolm Lambie, David Buchan, Norman Lamond,...

Opposition Day: South Africa (17 Jun 1986)

..., Gerald Hardy, Peter Bidwell, Sydney Harman, Ms Harriet Blair, Anthony Harrison, Rt Hon Walter Boothroyd, Miss Betty Hart, Rt Hon Dame Judith Boyes, Roland Hattersley, Rt Hon Roy Bray, Dr Jeremy Haynes, Frank Brown, Hugh D. (Provan) Healey, Rt Hon Denis Brown, N. (N'c'tle-u-Tyne E) Heffer, Eric S. Brown, R. (N'c'tle-u-Tyne N) Hogg, N. (C'nauld & Kilsyth) Brown, Ron (E'burgh,...

Child Benefit (Upratings) (18 Jun 1986)

Division No. 227] [5.26 pm AYES Abse, Leo Cohen, Harry Alexander, Richard Cook, Frank (Stockton North) Alton, David Cook, Robin F. (Livingston) Anderson, Donald Corbyn, Jeremy Archer, Rt Hon Peter Cormack, Patrick Ashdown, Paddy Craigen, J. M. Aspinwall, Jack Critchley, Julian Bagier, Gordon A. T. Crouch, David Banks, Tony (Newham NW) Cunningham, Dr John Barnett, Guy Dalyell, Tam...

Foreign Affairs (18 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: rose—

Business of the House: Foreign Affairs (18 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: I thank my hon. Friend for giving way on this important point. Will he confirm that under the 1953 war plan made by the then United States President Eisenhower, when the United States considers itself to be in a state of war or readiness for war, it does not necessarily consult any of its western European allies before attacking a third country?

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