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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.

Foreign Affairs (18 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: rose—

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

Jeremy Corbyn: The hon. Gentleman condemns the persecution that is taking place in Bulgaria, but will he condemn the Turkish Government for their denial of the liberty and identity of Kurdish people within the national boundaries of Turkey?

Lord Chancellor (Salary) (23 Jun 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Is my hon. Friend aware that the amount that the Lord Chancellor is due to be paid in one week is more than a YTS worker receives in an entire year? Could that, by any stretch of the imagination, be fair?

Education and Training (2 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Further to that point of order, Mr. Speaker. Just to clarify the matter, I said that I thought that the hon. Member for Leicester, East, (Mr. Bruinvels) had started his career in a circus, and ended up in a pantomine.

Customs Consolidation (Amendment) (2 Jul 1986)

Bill ordered to be brought in by Mr. Chris Smith, Mr. Andrew F. Bennett, Mr. Alex Carlile, Mrs. Ann Clwyd, Mr. Jeremy Corbyn, Mr. Alfred Dubs, Miss Janet Fookes, Ms. Harriet Harman, Mr. Michael Meadowcroft, Mr. Peter Pike, Ms. Jo Richardson and Mr. Clive Soley.

Business of the House (3 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: The right hon. Gentleman is being patronising.

Private Members' Bills: Standing Charges (Abolition) Bill (4 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: With the permission of the hon. Member for Hove (Mr. Sainsbury), who I understand is objecting to the Bill—he can disagree with me if that is not so—Monday next.

Private Members' Bills: Indecent Displays (Newspapers) Bill (4 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: With the permission of the hon. Member for Hove (Mr. Sainsbury) and The Sun newspaper, we would like to have the Bill debated on Monday next.

Private Members' Bills: Pensioners' Right to Heat, Light and Communications Bill (4 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. Several hon. Members are competing to object to the Bill—

Policing (London) (11 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that there is a further problem that more police are now being trained in the use of firearms, even if the issue of firearms is being reduced? Taken with the Commissioner's call for preparedness to use firearms, a dangerous precedent is being set.

Policing (London) (11 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Was there a helicopter as well?

Poverty (Elderly Persons) (16 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Perhaps the hon. Gentleman will tell us on which local authority he served and the cuts that it has been instructed to make by the Conservative Government since 1979 in the form of reduced rate support grant and reduced block grant.

Rate Support Grant (22 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker.

Orders of the Day — Education Bill [Lords]: School Meals (22 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Have you ever been to a school kitchen?

Social Security Bill (Allocation of Time) (23 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: I hope that he does not—

Orders of the Day — Social Security Bill: Amount etc. (23 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Property votes.

Orders of the Day — Social Security Bill: The Social Fund and Social Fund Officers (23 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: Does my hon. Friend accept that, as the terms of reference for the social fund commissioners are so vague, the only thing that can logically happen is that, as the many discrepancies on decisions of social fund officers arise, cases will end up in the court as a matter of natural justice?


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