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Orders of the Day — National Fire Services Regulations (Indemnity) Bill (1 Aug 1944)

Mr Ronw Hughes: I respond, in the first place, to the invitation of the Home Secretary for suggestions as to how the contretemps that we are discussing can be avoided in the future. There is another and, I believe, a simpler method than that suggested by the hon. Member for South Croydon (Sir H. Wil- Liams). When we begin to consider a Bill, the first step is a formal First Reading followed by a direction...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: New Clause. — (Housekeeping Allowance.) (29 Nov 1945)

..., Lt.-Cdr- Clark (Edin'gh, W.) Scott, Lord W. Buchan-Hepburn, P. G. T. Jeffreys, General Sir G. Smiles, Lt.-Col. Sir W. Bullock, Capt. M. Joynson-Hicks, Lt.-Cdr. Hon. L. W. Smith, E. P. (Ashford) Butcher, H. W. Keeling, E. H. Snadden, W. M. Butler, Rt. Hon. R. A. (S'ffr'n W'ld'n) Kerr, Sir J. Graham. Spearman, A. C. M. Byers, Lt.-Col. F. Lambert, G. Spence, Maj. H. R. Challen,...

Civil Estimates, Supplementary Estimates, 1963–64: Industry, South Caernarvonshire (4 Dec 1963)

Sir David Price: ...since 1958, first as a D.A.T.A.C. area, and subsequently as a development district under the 1960 Act, and this means that any suitable firm which comes to South Caernarvonshire i is eligible for the full range of financial assistance under the 1960 and 1963 Local Employment Acts, and the 1963 Finance Act. The hon. Member also asked, quite fairly, why, if all these benefits are available,...

Northern Ireland (6 Apr 1971)

Mr Simon Mahon: I am indebted for that embellishment. It was amazing that the right hon. Gentleman could not underline what was said by my right hon. Friend. The amnesty is not enough. If the terms of the Motion placed on the Order Paper in February are the explicit wishes of the House—and I believe that it could be supported by hon. Members opposite—then there are only two bodies in the whole of...

Prayers: Northern Ireland (23 Sep 1971)

Miss Bernadette Devlin: With great respect, Mr. Deputy Speaker, I keep forgetting that, although it is a practice for Ministers to lie, one is not allowed to refer to the fact. None the less, the right hon. Gentleman, the Home Secretary, stood in this House with the full knowledge that on that very afternoon at 10 Downing Street the Ministry of Defence, Mr. Brian Faulkner, General Harry Tuzo and the Home Secretary...

Northern Ireland (19 Oct 1971)

Mr Frank McManus: I agree with my hon. Friend the Member for Salford, West (Mr. Orme) in protesting that it is a totally inadequate inquiry, but, while Sir Edmund Compton's Committee is sitting—we are told that it will report some time next month—and while all that is going on, people continue to die on the streets of Northern Ireland. chiefly as a result of internment. [HON. MEMBERS: "No"] Does the Home...

Liberty of the Citizen (14 Jun 1974)

Mr Tam Dalyell: The hon. Member for Chingford (Mr. Tebbit) used the phrase that the flight between Belfast and London was virtually a time trip into the future. As one who represents, perhaps, one of the most sensitive areas of the England and Scotland mainland, I must say that, in my opinion, there are few now here who want to import the troubles of Ulster into either Scotland or England. However, I do...

European Communities (Development) (17 Jun 1976)

Mr George Reid: I hope that the hon. Member for Hayes and Harlington (Mr. Sandelson) will forgive me if I do not take up his points. As a member of the SNP, I want to confine my remarks to my own country and to the possibility of independent Scottish membership of the Community. It is a little curious that the House should give consideration to European union when the whole future of the British Union is...

Her Majesty's Ambassador to the Irish Republic (Death) (21 Jul 1976)

Mr James Callaghan: ...Cubbon, the Permanent Under-Secretary at the Northern Ireland Office, and the driver of the car, Mr. Brian O'Driscoll, are now in hospital in Dublin. Both are seriously injured. According to the information so fat available, the explosion was caused by a land mine planted in the road about 150 yards from the Ambassador's residence. The Taoiseach, Mr. Liam Cosgrave, telephoned me a short...

Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) (30 Jun 1977)

Mr John Biggs-Davison: I thank the hon. Member for Mid-Ulster (Mr. Dunlop) for his forbearance and the hon. Member for Antrim, South (Mr. Molyneaux) for his gracious words about the constructive criticism offered from time to time by my hon. Friend the Member for Abingdon (Mr. Neave) and myself, to the benefit of Ulster. The Secretary of State gave an encouraging but not complacent report. There is nothing to be...

Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast (23 May 1978)

Reverend Robert Bradford: I beg to ask leave to move the Adjournment of the House, under Standing Order No. 9, for the purpose of discussing a specific and important matter that should have urgent consideration, namely, the recent deterioration in the already inadequate security at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, due to the presence of Provisional IRA sympathisers on the security staff of that hospital". One...

Orders of the Day — Paul Brown (30 Nov 1979)

George Young: The hon. Member for Birkenhead (Mr. Field) has ably described how the tragic events which led to the death of Paul Brown in 1976, as well as certain subsequent events, have raised issues which are of continuing concern in his constituency and elsewhere. First, I wish to endorse what has already been said about the death of this four-year-old boy. It was a terrible case, a case where the...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill: Amendments of Constitution and Assembly Acts (23 Jun 1982)

Mr John Dunlop: I tried to intervene in the speech of the hon. Member for Belfast, West (Mr. Fitt) to remind him that there is another council, Omagh district council, in which Mr. Liam McDaid of the SDLP used his casting vote to vote himself back into the chair. The same happened in Magherafelt district council, in which Mr. Paddy Sweeney, also in the SDLP, used his casting vote to vote himself back to...

Anglo-Irish Agreement (26 Nov 1985)

Mr David Alton: read the proposals that neither of these issues is contained within the agreement. Repeatedly arguments have ben put up to defeat issues that are not within the agreement. The right hon. Member for Lagan Valley (Mr. Molyneaux), the leader of the Ulster Unionist part, talked about the possibility of a high-powered initiative for federation which he said was in the 1979 briefing notes...

Orders of the Day — Anglo-Irish Agreement (27 Nov 1985)

Mr Harold McCusker: ...cherished ideals and aspirations. On three occasions in the week prior to the signing of the agreement, on the Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, I stood in the House, having been told in essence by foreign journals what the agreement contained, and it was denied to me that an agreement existed or had even been reached. I went to Hillsborough on the Friday morning, despite the obstacles...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) (1 Mar 1988)

Mr David Alton: I strongly concur with what the hon. Member for Epping Forest (Sir J. Biggs-Davison) has just said about the need for the Minister of State to take a careful look at some of the people who are languishing in the Maze, McGilligan and the other prisons in Northern Ireland, and who may have been placed in those prisons when they were very young. I have been making representations directly to the...

Adjournment (Easter): National Health Service (Consultants) (2 Mar 1989)

Stuart Bell: This is the first occasion that the Cleveland child abuse crisis has been brought to the Floor of the House other than through parliamentary statements and questions. I have taken the opportunity of raising the matter on an Adjournment debate because of the deep concern that my constituents feel at the turn of events following the publication of the consultants' statement in The Guardian. It...

Orders of the Day — Children (Special Educational Needs) (13 Mar 1989)

Mr Jeff Rooker: I am grateful that the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Education and Science is present to respond, but as I have already told the Minister and his Department, the services for children with special educational needs are provided by the health authorities. That is an important point to stress. In 1987 there were about 134,000 children with special educational needs in our schools....

Election of Speaker (27 Apr 1992)

...Jamieson, David Dunwoody, Mrs Gwyneth Janner, Greville Eagle, Ms Angela Johnston, Sir Russell Eastham, Ken Jones, Barry (Alyn and D'side) Enright, Derek Jones, leuan (Ynys Mon) Etherington, William Jones, Jon Owen (Cardiff C) Evans, David (Welwyn Hatfield) Jones, Ms Lynne (B'ham S O) Evans, John (St Helens N) Jones, Martyn (Clwyd, SW) Ewing, Mrs Margaret Jones, Nigel (Cheltenham)...

Environment, Local Government and Education (12 May 1992)

Liam Fox: It is with no little pride and a great sense of honour that I speak for the first time in the House. I must immediately make known the debt that I feel to my constituents for sending me here. I hope that the faith that they have shown in me will not be misplaced over the years. My constituency is Woodspring. Like many hon. Members, I have received several hundred letters since the election...

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