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Mr Arthur Willey

Former MP for Leeds Central (15 Nov 1922 – 2 Jul 1923)

Mr Octavius Willey

Former MP for Cleveland (5 Jul 1945 – 12 Jul 1952)

Lieut-Colonel Francis Willey

Former MP for Bradford South (14 Dec 1918 – 26 Oct 1922)

Mr Frederick Willey

Former MP for Sunderland North (5 Jul 1945 – 13 May 1983)

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Public Bill Committee: Offensive Weapons Bill: Examination of Witnesses (17 Jul 2018)

...18 Andrew Stevens, Antique Swords UK / EU OWB 19 International Gallery Rifle Federation OWB 20 Dr Keith Pearson OWB 21 Keith Charles Howell, Chairman, Frome & District Pistol Club Ltd OWB 22 Alan Willey OWB 23 Alastair Haley, Chairman, County of Gloucester Rifle Association OWB 24 Simon Edwards OWB 25 David Eadsforth OWB 26 Alison Castle OWB 27 Chris Ellis OWB 28 Nicholas Riley, MD Blades...

Housing and Planning Bill: Committee (7th Day) (17 Mar 2016)

Lord Berkeley: of the 1967 Leasehold Reform Act, which said that the Crown was exempt from this particular clause, but a voluntary undertaking was given to Parliament through a Written Answer by Mr Fred Willey, who was Secretary of State for Land and Resources, in 1967. My noble friend probably remembers that. The Answer does not mention the Duchy of Cornwall but refers to Crown leases. It stated...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Parliament: Asbestos (9 Jun 2015)

Paul Beresford: ...out. Traces of asbestos were recently found in the ventilation trunking, but extensive sampling at the vents has provided very high confidence that it is not becoming airborne. Professor R J Willey, Managing Director of ACS Physical Risk Control Ltd has undertaken an urgent review of the evidence, and concluded: “It is my considered Opinion that, after the discovery, proper procedures...

Morecambe Bay (Tunnel) (29 Oct 2014)

Robert Goodwill: ...University and to universities in England to enable them to investigate the Solway and Morecambe barrage schemes.” The Minister in question—the hon. Member for Sunderland North, Mr Frederick Willey—replied: “Not at this stage. The Water Resources Board is now conducting feasibility studies into the Morecambe Bay barrage project and jointly with the Scottish Office, into that for...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (6 Feb 2013)

Energy and Climate Change: Green Deal Watching Brief. 9:00 am; Room 5, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: Peter Smith, National Energy Action, Alexandra Willey, Affinity Sutton, Residential Landlords Association and John Swinney, Insulation Industries Forum; Gregory Barker

Struggle Against Slavery (14 Oct 2004)

David Drew: ...there too. The society was called the Soper—it was named after Lord Donald Soper, who is sadly no longer with us. As a result, it has always looked to do things on an international footing. Bob Willey, a teacher there who has recently retired, has for a number of years taken groups of students to Geneva as part of the human rights and anti-slavery movements. Those students have engaged...

Oral Answers to Questions — Wales: BSK Plant (Llanidloes) (7 Mar 2001)

Mr. Dafydd Willey: As I have family roots in the Llanidloes area, does the Under-Secretary accept from me that the loss of the jobs from Llanidloes could be as devastating as the loss of the steel jobs from the steel-making communities? In those circumstances, what approaches have been made to the Chancellor of the Exchequer to ensure that operating aids are available for stimulating new job...

Debate on the Address: First Day (14 May 1997)

Chris Mullin: ...there is a little known tradition in the House. Every time that Labour wins by a landslide, one of the hon. Members for Sunderland is called upon to second the Loyal Address. In 1945, it was Fred Willey, and today that honour falls to me. As hon. Members know, we count the votes very fast in Sunderland. For 20 minutes on the evening of I May, I was the only Member of Parliament in the...

Orders of the Day — Petitions: Child Protection (12 Mar 1997)

Mr Mark Wolfson: ...the same subject as the previous two. I have the honour to present it on behalf of my constituent, Mrs. Lois Hainsworth, chairman of the Bahai national women's committee and of Rev. Graham St. John-Willey, director of the Action for Children Campaign, and Mrs. Sandra Khambatta, its assistant director, the other officers of those organisations and the Bahai community in the United Kingdom....

Petitions: Child Pornography (3 Mar 1997)

Mrs Anne Campbell: ...members of the Cambridge Student Methodist Society and the Action for Children Campaign and other citizens of the United Kingdom. They have collected 1,000 signatures, including Mr. Graham St. John-Willey of the Action for Children Campaign, Chris Marsh of Queens' college, Cambridge, and Kim Jensen of Newnham college, Cambridge. The petition states: To the Honourable the Commons of the...

Orders of the Day — Sexual Offences (Conspiracy and Incitement) Bill: Scottish Provision (19 Apr 1996)

Mr Michael Neubert: ...backing from organisations outside—perhaps even a Department of State. My thanks should be put on record to the Action for Children Campaign and especially to its director, Rev. Graham St. John-Willey. It has been active in the matter for six years, not just the six months since the Bill's introduction. Today marks some advance for its desire to bring this most disreputable of trades to...

Sexual Offences (Conspiracy and Incitement) Bill (2 Feb 1996)

Mr Michael Neubert: ...putting pressure on hon. Members and the Government to take action. I have been very impressed by the activities of the Action for Children Campaign, whose director is the Reverend Graham St. John Willey, who raised many signatures for an early-day motion, to which I was persuaded to add mine—not immediately because, as we know, early-day motions now proliferate to such an extent that we...

Petition: Child Prostitution and Pornography (20 Nov 1995)

Mrs Peggy Fenner: ...1995, in conjunction with Action for Children Campaign,ShewethThat we, the undersigned, re-affirm the Resolution entitled "Action for Children in Prostitution" proposed by The Revd Graham St. John-Willey (Director, Action for Children Campaign) and seconded by Mrs. Joan Belcher (Chairman of the International Council of Women [Great Britain] Committee) and passed (nem con) at the 1993...

Orders of the Day — Members' Interests (28 Jun 1993)

Mr Tony Newton: ...issue on which the Government propose a slight change to what the Committee recommended in its report. Following an earlier recommendation by the 1974–75 Committee, which was chaired by Mr. Fred Willey, the Committee recommended that the sponsor and the first five supporters of an early-day motion, or an amendment to an early-day motion, should be required to declare any relevant...

Tourism (19 Mar 1993)

Lynne Jones: ...have had to pay. That couple had to return on a scheduled flight, with the lady's leg in plaster. She still suffers problems as a result of the medical treatment that she received in Malta. Vera Willey was admitted to Clinica Benidorm with a chest infection. Her companion was not allowed to stay with her and had to return to Britain. She was left alone for 13 days as her daughter, who was...

Clause 3: Members' Interests (Reports) (23 Jun 1992)

Sir Geoffrey Johnson Smith: .... The same is true of the general report on registration and declaration. The existing rules and form of the register were laid down by a resolution of the House which approved the report of the Willey Committee in the Session of 1974–75. Our new report has no status or validity unless or until it is approved to supersede the existing rules.

Privatisation (11 May 1992)

Bill Etherington: ...formed. I am delighted to say that since then Labour has always won the North seat. The tremendous response by the people of Sunderland to the Labour party is demonstrated by the fact that Fred Willey, whom some older Members may have known, was successful in no fewer than 11 general elections spanning 38 years. That is a tremendous record. Sadly, I did not meet him because, although I was...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Concessionary Television Licences (7 Dec 1989)

Mr Timothy Devlin: Will my hon. and learned Friend look into the interesting and anomalous case of the sheltered housing at Willey Flatts in Yarm in my constituency? It is an establishment of segregated and sheltered bungalows for which there is an extra charge because there is a warden service. In the past, the residents enjoyed a concessionary television licence because they were old-age pensioners. The...

Richmond, Yorks By-Election (20 Jan 1989)

Mr Tony Banks: ..., in the room of Mr. Wiley, deceased. On 30 April it was doubted whether he was dead, and the messenger of the great seal was ordered to forbear delivering the writ until further directions. Mr. Willey proved to be alive, and on 6 May a supersedeas to the writ was ordered to be made out. It is difficult to know whether some Conservative Members are alive or dead, but I simply wish to draw...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Supplementary Estimates 1987–88 (8 Jul 1987)

Bill ordered to be brought in upon the foregoing resolution by the Chairman of Ways and Means, Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. John Major, Mr. Peter Brooke and Mr. Peter Willey.

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