Results 141–160 of 900 for (in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates') speaker:Lord Bradley

Orders of the Day — Standard Spending Assessment (Cumbria) (31 Jan 1990)

Mr Keith Bradley: For a standstill budget, Manchester would require £449·8 million. The SSA for Manchester is £366·5 million, a shortfall of £83·3 million. On top of that, each poll tax payer in Manchester will have to pay £71 to fund the safety net, or, in other words, the Tory marginals in the north-west.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: West Germany (14 Feb 1990)

Mr Keith Bradley: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what is the current balance of trade in manufactured goods with West Germany.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: West Germany (14 Feb 1990)

Mr Keith Bradley: As the deficit with West Germany has grown by over £6 billion since 1979 and now accounts for about half the total deficit, will the Minister acknowledge that he has a problem? Does he recognise that it is his responsibility and will he do something about it? When he acts to close the gap, will he develop an industrial strategy based on British rather than foreign industry?

Orders of the Day — National Health Service and Community Care Bill: Consultation on National Health Service Trusts (13 Mar 1990)

Mr Keith Bradley: I am grateful to be called after 16 hours of detailed debate of the Bill to look at new clause 4 in the light of a hospital in my constituency, Christie hospital, a famous national centre of excellence. I wish to show by this case study the process that has been going on over the past 12 months and why the clause is so important. I shall concentrate on subsection (2)(a) of the new clause,...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service and Community Care Bill: Consultation on National Health Service Trusts (13 Mar 1990)

Mr Keith Bradley: I have noticed the enthusiasm of the Secretary of State for joining in the debate. Accepting that Mr. Gordan Legat of South Manchester health authority asked not to be reappointed, will the right hon. and learned Gentleman explain to the people of South Manchester exactly what connection Mr. Peter Hadfield has with the local communities of Withington and Wythenshawe? What is that gentleman's...

Opposition Day: Eye Tests (6 Jun 1990)

Mr Keith Bradley: I earned out a similar survey in my constituency and it produced exactly the same results. It showed a reduction of up to 30 per cent. in the number of people going for eye tests. The Secretary of State does not accept the evidence of opticians, but one optician referred to me the case of an 83-year-old woman who thought that she was not entitled to a free eye test. When she realised that she...

Clause 5: NHS Trusts (27 Jun 1990)

Mr Keith Bradley: What about ballots?

Clause 5: NHS Trusts (27 Jun 1990)

Mr Keith Bradley: I will try to bring the debate back to the issue of opt-out. I will also be brief, because we have suffered long rambling speeches from Conservative Members. The Conservative party has tried to get as many of its Members as possible to speak to talk about specific issues that affect their constituencies. Like my hon. Friend the Member for Wakefield (Mr. Hinchliffe), I have received hundreds...

Clause 5: NHS Trusts (27 Jun 1990)

Mr Keith Bradley: No, I shall not give way.

Clause 5: NHS Trusts (27 Jun 1990)

Mr Keith Bradley: I shall not give way to the hon. Gentleman, because he has only just walked into the Chamber. The management has produced a glossy new magazine to try to justify its opting out, which states: we would still be required to treat a similar number of patients, but we would have no guaranteed funding because the service contracts would be held by South Manchester Health Authority. That is what...

Points of Order (4 Dec 1990)

Mr Keith Bradley: Further to the point of order raised by my hon. Friend the Member for Manchester, Central (Mr. Litherland), Mr. Speaker. May I inform you that the only hospitals in the whole of the north-west region that are opting out are in Manchester—in central Manchester and, in my constituency, the Christie hospital? May I suggest that in any future debate on this issue you recognise hon. Members who...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: General Practitioners (5 Feb 1991)

Mr Keith Bradley: Is the Secretary of State aware that the denial of interleukin-2 to a patient at Christie hospital shows the problem of fixed budgets? In a written answer to me the Department of Health said that that drug could be used on a named patient. The drug and therapeutics committee said that the drug was not being prescribed not because it did not agree with it in principle but because this could...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Manchester Council (Capital Allocations) (12 Feb 1991)

Mr Keith Bradley: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Science what representations he received from Manchester city council during 1990 regarding the 1990–91 and the 1991–92 capital allocations.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Manchester Council (Capital Allocations) (12 Feb 1991)

Mr Keith Bradley: In view of the detailed representations that he has received, how does the Minister justify making a paltry capital allocation to Manchester of £5 million, compared with its realistic bid of £33 million? That decision was described by the chief education officer as a disaster for the education service in Manchester. Does not he understand the anger of parents who cannot get their children...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Standard Spending Assessments (12 Mar 1991)

Mr Keith Bradley: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Science what steps he has taken to ensure that standard spending assessment levels will enable local education authorities to meet their obligations under the Education Reform Act 1988.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Standard Spending Assessments (12 Mar 1991)

Mr Keith Bradley: Following that incredibly complacent answer, will the Secretary of State give Manchester schools a further guarantee that they can spend all the money that they require for books and equipment from their standard spending assessment, so that all the science and technology demands of the national curriculum can be met?

Health Service and Community Care (17 Apr 1991)

Mr Keith Bradley: I start by paying a tribute on behalf of the Labour party to my hon. Friend the Member for Neath (Mr. Hain). He delivered his maiden speech with eloquence and passion and it is clear that he will not remain anonymous on the Back Benches with some of us for much longer if that is the calibre of his contribution in the House. I congratulate him. The Opposition motion today could have been...

Health Service and Community Care (17 Apr 1991)

Mr Keith Bradley: Will the Minister give way?

NHS Trusts (29 Apr 1991)

Mr Keith Bradley: One hospital that should not be affected by any changes in patterns of health care referral is the famous Christie hospital trust, in my constituency, which is a centre of national and regional excellence. Will the Secretary of State allay public anxiety which was raised by the fact that before the trust was even formed the hospital could not afford drugs essential for cancer care? Will he...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: CBI (North West) (1 May 1991)

Mr Keith Bradley: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry when he will next meet representatives of the north-west regional CBI to discuss the recession in industry.


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