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Armed Forces Bill (10 Jan 2011)

Thomas Docherty: ...of having aircraft carriers with no aircraft. Even if the French get their aircraft carrier to work, we will go a decade without any fast jets because of the folly of Treasury decisions. That has led to communities facing a great deal of uncertainty regarding base closures. Having attended some of last year's debates in the House-as did the hon. Member for North Wiltshire (Mr Gray)-I have...

Royal Commission (London): Clause 1 — Referendum on the alternative vote system (12 Oct 2010)

Thomas Docherty: ...papers were spoilt. I would, however, like to draw the Committee's attention to some of the representations made by a number of individuals and organisations to the Scottish Affairs Committee-led by my hon. Friend the Member for Glasgow South West (Mr Davidson)-which, unlike the Deputy Prime Minister, actually bothered to ask for input on the date of the referendum from the people of...

Adjournment (Whitsun): Foreign Affairs and Defence (26 May 2010)

Bob Ainsworth: ...service can. He can bring something to the House in doing that, and I hope that he never loses the ability to do so. I can see that my hon. Friend the Member for Dunfermline and West Fife (Thomas Docherty) is going to be a real champion of the dockyard and our defence industrial base. The hon. Member for Stone (Mr Cash) continues to be a rock and make the same speeches as he has for a...

Scottish Parliament: Abolition of Bridge Tolls (Scotland) Bill: Stage 1 (15 Nov 2007)

Alex Johnstone: ...a Government grant, I am worried that the confidence may not exist to allow the boards to borrow, should there be a crisis that requires to be dealt with. One of the key parts of the process that led to the decision to abolish the tolls being taken was the toll impact study. It might have been the position of someone such as me to try to rubbish the toll impact study, but I have no...

Barwick in Elmet Hill Fort (10 Jul 2007)

Colin Burgon: ...she cannot believe her luck in pulling the plum subject of the hill fort in Barwick in Elmet. If she can restrain herself, I will explain a few things about it. I know the Minister to be well travelled and knowledgeable, and although I am not usually a betting man, I am willing to bet in this case that she has never been to Elmet and that before today she had no knowledge whatsoever of the...

Opposition Day: Financial Markets (5 Nov 1987)

Mr Pat Wall: ...with the events of 1929. It is true that the 1929 collapse was preceded by a drop in investment and production, and the recent collapse occurred during a relative boom—a boom which has been labelled by some economists in their peculiar jargon as a growth recession. Perhaps Chancellors of the Exhequer, economists and I might find that term better explained by Tommy Docherty. When he was...

Orders of the Day — Clause 1: Age of Retirement of Teachers (3 Nov 1976)

Mr Hector Monro: go. Our first demand must be for a clear statement on what went wrong with the computer in the Scottish Office which resulted in the House and no doubt Ministers themselves being completely misled. I cannot imagine that they would have introduced the Bill if they had known what they were talking about. When we have a great economic crisis and many other problems to deal with, it is...

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