Labour MP for Hayes and Harlington (1 May 1997 – current)
Alan Haselhurst: Order. [Interruption.] The hon. Member for Hayes and Harlington (John McDonnell) must— [Interruption.] John McDonnell , Member for Hayes and Harlington , having conducted himself in a grossly disorderly manner, was named by the Deputy Speaker. Motion made, and Question put forthwith ( Standing Order No. 44), That John McDonnell be suspended from the service of the House.— ( Ian Lucas...
Lindsay Hoyle: I call John McDonnell. The time limit will go down to six minutes after John McDonnell.
Lord Adonis: I say, first, to the noble Baroness, Lady Hamwee, that my information is that a letter was sent on the points she raised about the Cranford agreement and permitted development to John McDonnell MP after the first day of the Report stage in another place. However, I will look at the issue and if the letter was not sent, I will write to the noble Baroness and to Mr McDonnell.
John Martin McDonnell: I am not intervening simply to demonstrate that there is a McDonnell, as well as McDonalds, in the Chamber. I apologise that I cannot remain in the debate—bizarrely, I have a meeting with the current prisons Minister at 10 o’clock. Does the hon. Gentleman agree that our Government’s co-operation with the Saudi Government, and the fact that they have not condemned the case but only...
Division number 1 - 10 yes, 7 no Voting yes: Harriett Baldwin, Angie Bray, Stephen Crabb, Stephen Gilbert, Richard Graham, John Hemming, Nick Hurd, Claire Perry, Paul Uppal, Gavin Williamson Voting no: Jack Dromey, Paul Goggins, Tessa Jowell, Gregg McClymont, John McDonnell, Lindsay Roy, John Spellar
Division number 2 - 8 yes, 10 no Voting yes: Nigel Dodds, Jack Dromey, Paul Goggins, Tessa Jowell, Gregg McClymont, John McDonnell, Lindsay Roy, John Spellar Voting no: Harriett Baldwin, Angie Bray, Stephen Crabb, Stephen Gilbert, Richard Graham, John Hemming, Nick Hurd, Claire Perry, Paul Uppal, Gavin Williamson
Question accordingly agreed to. Ordered, That Susan Kramer, John McDonnell, Mr. John Randall, Adam Price, Norman Baker, Mr. John Grogan, Justine Greening, Mr. Edward Davey, Martin Salter, Adam Afriyie, Dr. Vincent Cable and Sarah Teather present the Bill. Susan Kramer accordingly presented the Bill. Bill read the First time; to be read a Second time on Friday 20 March , and to be printed...
Mr John Wilkinson: ...reassured by that answer, as the market to which the FLA could be directed is already dominated at the one end by the C130J, in which British industry has a large stake, and at the other by the C17 McDonnell Douglas transporter. Would not launch aid be much better applied to Airbus Industrie's construction of a new jumbo jet, preferably in collaboration with McDonnell Douglas, which also...
John Randall: ...on opponents of the third runway at Heathrow and handing them over to the police? Will he find out whether there is one on me and one on his hon. Friend the Member for Hayes and Harlington (John McDonnell)?
John Martin McDonnell: What does the hon. Gentleman conclude from that? Is John Humphrys in some way biased towards Sinn Fein?
John Denham: I shall give way first to my hon. Friend the Member for Hayes and Harlington (John McDonnell), and then to my hon. Friend.
That Mr. Russell Brown, Mr. David Chaytor, Brian Cotter, John Cryer, Mr. Jeffrey M. Donaldson, Mr. Paul Goodman, Andy King, Dr Ashok Kumar, Mr. Andrew Love, John McDonnell, Mr. Denis Murphy, Dr Doug Naysmith, Mr. Peter Pike, Mr. Andrew Rosindell, Mr. Anthony Steen, Ian Stewart and Brian White be members of the Select Committee on Deregulation and Regulatory Reform.
John Spellar: holding answer 12 November 2001 I visited Heathrow Airport on 5 November at the request of my hon. Friend the Member for Hayes and Harlington (John McDonnell), who also arranged the other attendance. The meeting was attended by local MPs and numerous representatives of the air transport industry, trades unions and local communities.
John Bercow: In a moment. The hon. Gentleman has had one bite; he must not be too greedy. I call Mr John McDonnell.
John Bercow: Before I call the hon. Member for Hayes and Harlington (John McDonnell), may I appeal to right hon. and hon. Members who are not staying for the Adjournment to leave the Chamber quickly and quietly, extending the same courtesy to the hon. Gentleman as they would want to be extended to them in similar circumstances?
John Bercow: Order. The hon. Member for Hayes and Harlington (John McDonnell) will not be answering anything now in the Chamber and is under no obligation to do so, but I know that the Prime Minister looks forward to doing so after his statement.
John Bercow: We come now to the petition. Before I call the hon. Member for Hayes and Harlington (John McDonnell), may I ask Members who are leaving the Chamber to do so quickly and quietly—
John Bercow: Order. May I appeal to Members who are planning to leave the Chamber to do so quickly and quietly, so that the House can do the hon. Member for Hayes and Harlington (John McDonnell) the courtesy of listening to his point of order?
John Martin McDonnell: I agree. I think that what John Wadham and others in the organisation have said is that they will do their best and will live with what legislation there is, but I also think that when they gave evidence to the Committee, their intention was not to support the Bill. It is for us to decide.
John Bercow: Last but also never forgotten, I call Mr John McDonnell.