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Derek Thomas

Conservative MP, St Ives , 8 May 2015 –


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Orders of the Day — Foreign Service (Reform) (18 Mar 1943)

Mr Kenneth Lindsay: ...drawn from a very much wider class. The hon. Member for Rugby (Mr. W. Brown) is right on this point; I am in complete agreement with him and I do not share the view of the hon. Member for Keighley (Mr. I. Thomas). I am afraid the facts do not bear him out. If any hon. Member wants to look at the facts he can get them. It is not true that in the last 20 years, since the Foreign and...

Preamble (2 Aug 1945)

...of Durham (Blaydon Division).Right honourable Ellen Cicely Wilkinson, County of Durham (Jarrow Division).Right honourable Joseph Westwood, Stirling and Falkirk District of Burghs.Right honourable Thomas Williams, County of York, West Riding (Don Valley Division).Right honourable Wilfred Paling, County of York (Wentworth Division).Right honourable Sir Benjamin Smith, K.B.E., Borough of...

Housing (13 Mar 1950)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: ...building, but he declined to give it, and advised me to wait for the next issue of a report of the Girdwood Committee. But there are other sources of information available and I see that Sir Thomas Bennett, who is not only a brilliant architect, but a most able administrator, has been giving the benefit of his experience in these matters to the conference of the National Housing and Town...

Ballot for Notices of Motion: TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (AMENDMENT) (No. 2) (28 Feb 1951)

...(Heston) Orr-Ewing, Ian L. (Weston-super-Mare) Harvey, Air Codre. A. V. (Macclesfield) Osborne, C. TELLERS FOR THE AYES: Harvie-Watt, Sir G. S. Peake, Rt. Hon. O. Mr. Geoffrey Hutchinson and Mr. Derek Walker-Smith. NOES Acland, Sir Richard Gunter, R. J Oliver, G. H. Adams, H. R. Hale, Joseph (Rochdale) Orbach, M. Allen, Arthur (Bosworth) Hale, Leslie (Oldham, W.) Padley, W. E....

Disposal of Uncollected Goods (20 Feb 1952)

Miss Elaine Burton: ...sale. I think this is fair. We have tried to make it so, and I hope the House will give leave for the Bill to be introduced. Question put, and agreed to. Bill ordered to be brought in by Mr. G. Lindgren, Sir Lynn Ungoed-Thomas, Mr. Robert Crouch, Mr. George Odey, Mr. Derek Walker-Smith and Miss Elaine Burton.

Orders of the Day — Town and Country Planning Bill: Clause 7. — (Payment Where Land Disposed of by Gift (Case C).) (22 Nov 1954)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: It may be that there is rather more force in the argument of the hon. and learned Member for Leicester, North-East (Sir L. Ungoed-Thomas) than might at first appear. Clause 68 (1) applies "except where the context otherwise requires." To put the proposed Amendment into the Bill may lead to complicated arguments as to whether the context otherwise requires or not in Clause 7. If I followed the...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill (6 Mar 1956)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: ...and they are perhaps more in the nature of Committee points. We can return to them then. [HON. MEMBERS: "Oh."] I am only paying the hon. and learned Member for Leicester, North-East (Sir L. Ungoed-Thomas) the compliment of doing as he suggested—following the main lines of this debate. It would be for the convenience of the House, I think, if I referred for a few minutes, first, to...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 4. — (Appointment of Other Members of Court.) (12 Apr 1956)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: ...committing Scotland and Ireland to having English full-time members sitting in their divisions of the Court as and when required. I ask the hon. and learned Member for Leicester, North-East (Sir L. Ungoed-Thomas) to bear in mind the importance of that point, and not to press the Amendment, which will bring that undesirable consequence in its train.

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 12. — (Offences in Connection with Registration.) (2 May 1956)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: ...Chichester (Sir L. Joynson-Hicks) that we shall have regard to what he has said. I would add this in regard to what was said by the hon. and learned Member for Leicester, North-East (Sir L. Ungoed-Thomas). He made great play, with his customary emphasis of manner and vigour of tone, with the fact that this sanction would not bite until the Registrar knew that there had been a deliberate...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 15. — (Jurisdiction and Powers of Restrictive Practices Court.) (2 May 1956)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: ...outside on this score, I hope that it will take reassurance from what I say tonight that, as has been confirmed by the hon. and learned Gentleman the Member for Leicester, North-East (Sir L. Ungoed-Thomas), this will be a fair Court with fair and judicial proceedings, and that it will be a civil court. My hon. Friend suggested that administrative niceties might stand in the way of...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill (17 May 1956)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: ...on a fact-finding basis with matters some of which may be paralleled by that time in the proceedings before the Court itself. The hon. and learned Member for Leicester, North-East (Sir L. Ungoed-Thomas) and some right hon. Gentlemen opposite shake their heads. Let us take the case referred to earlier, that of the Section 15 references on common prices and agreed tendering. One would...

Orders of the Day — Schedule. — (Supplementary Provisions as to Proceedings of Restrictive Practices Court.) (17 May 1956)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: The hon. and learned Member for Leicester, North-East (Sir L. Ungoed-Thomas) has moved his Amendment with his customary skill and persuasiveness, but, unfortunately, in this case it has led him to a wrong conclusion. In pressing that the lay members of the Court should be assessors, the hon. and learned Member indicated that in his view their function was to interpret evidence. He seemed to...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 6. — (Excepted Agreements.) (13 Jun 1956)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: ...of the Restrictive Trade Practices Court."—[OFFICIAL REPORT, 1st May, 1956; Vol. 552, c. 240.] We read in the same column that the hon. and learned Member for Leicester, North-East (Sir L. Ungoed-Thomas) broadly acquiesced in the approach which my right hon. Friend suggested to this problem of know-how.

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 19. — (Prohibition of Agreements for Collective Enforcement of Conditions as to Resale Prices.) (14 Jun 1956)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: Before you address yourself to what has fallen from the lips of the hon. and learned Member for Leicester, North-East (Sir L. Ungoed-Thomas), Mr. Deputy-Speaker, do I understand that we are now dealing with the Amendment in page 19, line 24? It has not actually been moved.

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 22. — (Reconstitution of Monopolies Commission.) (14 Jun 1956)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: It would, as I am sure the hon. and learned Member for Leicester, North-East (Sir L. Ungoed-Thomas) would agree, be quite wrong for me to essay opinions on individual cases off the cuff in debate in the House. All I would say to the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Battersea, North, is that if he has the facts, he will see the definition in subsection (1, a) of Section 3 of that Act, and...

Orders of the Day — Schedule. — (Supplementary Provisions as to Proceedings of Restrictive Practices Court.) (14 Jun 1956)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: ...express the very real appreciation of my right hon. Friend and myself of the very generous comments which have been made by the hon. and learned Member for Leicester, North-East (Sir L. Ungoed-Thomas), the right hon. Member for Battersea, North (Mr. Jay), my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Chertsey (Sir L. Heald), and others? In the case of my right hon. Friend these...

Orders of the Day — Restrictive Trade Practices Bill: Clause 22. — (Rules of Procedure and Representation of Registrar.) (30 Jul 1956)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: Referring first to the point made by the hon. and learned Member for Leicester, North-East (Sir L. Ungoed-Thomas), he is right in his supposition as to the limitation which we seek to put upon the application of this provision. Of course, it is not so important as it would be if this were other than a rule-making power, because, of course, when the rules are made, regard will certainly be...

Orders of the Day — COPYRIGHT BILL [Lords]: Ninth Schedule. — (Enactments Repealed.) (25 Oct 1956)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: ...long traditions of Welsh culture. When we look at the historical side of this matter, it is a fact that the library deposit arrangement started as far back as 1610 in an agreement made between Sir Thomas Bodley and the Stationers' Company. Indeed, the early days of libraries of deposit are not based upon a particularly respectable principle because they are part of the machinery of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Suez Canal Company (Directors) (22 Nov 1956)

Mr Derek Walker-Smith: ...Francis Wylie, and ex officio the Commercial Minister at the British Embassy in Paris. The other British directors are: Sir Harold Bibby.Sir William Currie.Sir Herbert Heath Eves.Lord Hankey.Sir Thomas Harrison Hughes.Lord Rotherwick. As regards the last part of the Question, Her Majesty's Government had no consultation with these gentlemen.

Budget Proposals and Economic Situation (15 Apr 1957)

...Sir Spencer Howard, John (Test) Milligan, Rt. Hon. W. R. Sumner, W. D. M. (Orpington) Hughes Hallett, Vice-Admiral J. Molson, Rt. Hon. Hugh Taylor, Sir Charles (Eastbourne) Hughes-Young, M. H. C. Moore, Sir Thomas Taylor, William (Bradford, N.) Hulbert, Sir Norman Morrison, John (Salisbury) Teeling, W. Hurd, A. R. Mott-Radclyffe, Sir Charles Temple, John M. Hutchison, Sir Ian Clark...


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