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Lord Rees-Mogg

Former Crossbench Peer (30 Nov 1987 – 29 Dec 2012)

Jacob Rees-Mogg

Conservative MP for North East Somerset (6 May 2010 – current)

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Wales and Monmouthshire (Report) (2 Aug 1962)

Reverend Llywelyn Williams: ...suffer inevitably. I understand that the immediate outlook for the steal industry, which is surely the linchpin of the whole industrial fabric of our country, is not propitious. I am quoting Mr. Rees Mogg, financial editor of the Sunday Times, who wrote in an economic review published by the Western Mail the other day that in the long-term we expect great things from the steel industry but...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (4 Apr 1963)

Mr Cyril Osborne: is conceivable next year. As the late Aneurin Bevan said to us so many years ago, if the Americans catch a cold, we catch pneumonia. Finally, in the Sunday Times of 24th March, Mr. William Rees-Mogg said: Yesterday in Chicago, President Kennedy warned that the U.S. might face 'ten years of recession' and chronic economic troubles unless Congress passed his proposed tax cuts. I beg...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (8 Apr 1963)

Mr Roy Jenkins: ...from the "Sundays", but I think that of all the articles I have read that purported to be strongly favourable to him the informed one that was most favourable was that in the Sunday Times, by Mr. Rees-Mogg. Mr. Rees-Mogg made this point extremely strongly—to such an extent that it might have been mildly embarrassing to the Chancellor—friendly though the article was in other respects,...

Orders of the Day — Eggs (2 May 1963)

Sir Harwood Harrison: .... But a different situation exists today, and I believe that we should place the British farmer first and prohibit the import of foreign eggs. There was an excellent article on this subject by Mr. Rees Mogg in the Sunday Times. At the last Price Review the Minister hinted at changes in prices, and I believe that the farming industry wants the import of all foreign food to be controlled....

Supply: Agriculture (22 May 1963)

.... That is why I ask the Government to declare their policy on this essential balance of payments problem. There was a very challenging article in the Sunday Times only recently by William Rees-Mogg on this problem. Is it the Government's intention to have more home production, or is it their intention to phase our imports with home production under this new arrangement and to have a...

Food Imports (29 May 1963)

Sir Harwood Harrison: ...population. I presume he means that home production will get its full share. There have been two most interesting articles recently, one as late as last Sunday in the Sunday Times by Mr. William Rees-Mogg. He was not writing as a farmer on behalf of the farming industry. He is described as the political and economic—I stress the word "economic"—editor of the Sunday Times. I should...

Cost of Living (11 Mar 1964)

Mr Willie Hamilton: ...of his interview in the programme "This Week," from which my hon. Friend the Member for Cardiff, South East (Mr. Callaghan) has already quoted. He was interviewed on 20th February by William Rees-Mogg, Bryan Magee and George ffitch—two interviewers of Tory inclination and one of Labour inclination. They were asking him questions related to the cost of living and our current economic...

Civil Estimates and Defence (Central) Estimate, 1965–66: New Clause. — (Commencement.) (22 Mar 1965)

Mr David Renton: ...a chance to do so, on matters of low priority, on administrative luxuries as we might call them. I am sure that the Government are even more anxious to get their priorities right after reading Mr. Rees-Mogg in the Sunday Times yesterday when he said that The disappointing thing about the Labour Government is that it has been perverse in its priorities (and this from a party which has...

Civil Estimates, 1965–66: Agriculture (Annual Farm Price Review) (31 Mar 1965)

Mr Paul Hawkins: Great Britain are highly efficient. Those people who say they are not are just talking nonsense and have not been on an East Anglian farm. Hon. Members need not take my word for this. Mr. Rees Mogg, the former editor of the Financial Times, writing in the Sunday Times, on 21st March, said: International comparisons show British farming to be far ahead of British industry in its record...

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL (10 May 1965)

Sir Alexander Spearman: ...of the last six months. I oppose this Budget not primarily because it will hurt certain interests but because it fails to promote growth. I recommend the Chief Secretary to read an article by Mr. Rees-Mogg in the Sunday Times of 11th April. I do not always find myself in agreement with Mr. Rees-Mogg, but I thought that this was a most formidable article showing the striking contrast...

Rising Prices (11 May 1965)

Mr Russell Johnston: ...of reasons why we are as yet not satisfied. The first concerns productivity—the most vital of all. There is the need to encourage and reward it and I will quote from an article by Mr. William Rees-Mogg in the Sunday Times of 25th April. He said: To increase productivity requires better personal incentives, and we certainly have not had them. It means an emphasis on productive investment...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (9 May 1966)

Mr Anthony Grant: ...We want a more radical approach to the whole question of direct taxation and Income Tax. I do not want to waste the time of the Committee, but I draw the Committee's attention to the article by Mr. Rees-Mogg, in the Sunday Times, in which he argues that the Chancellor and his advisers should apply their subtle minds to the possibility of abolishing Income Tax altogether. This is the line...

The Press (8 Feb 1967)

Mr Patrick Gordon Walker: ...cannot see that there was any other possible solution that combined the independence and the viability of The Times. I know that everyone will agree with me in wishing the new editor, Mr. William Rees-Mogg, very well in this honourable and onerous task that has befallen him. The other event was the Economist Intelligence Unit Report. It is to be noticed that it was only after great...


Mr Albert Murray: ...a single communication on this great constitutional issue which the Tories have tried to inflate. They have brought in the Press, and spoken of that "great friend" of the Labour Party, William Rees Mogg, who has been writing such wonderful editorials about us. Right hon. and hon. Gentlemen opposite allege that they have taken note of everything written by the newspapers. They should try...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment (24 Jan 1972)

Mr Harold Wilson: .... This is the much vaunted man of principle we heard so much about in the last election. This is the three times winner of the £38,000 prize for integrity from the Rothermere-Aitken-Hartwell-Rees-Mogg foundation. Would the right hon. Gentleman have been addressing the House from the Dispatch Box if he had honestly admitted that those policies would create a loss of jobs available for...

Clause 1: Short Title and Interpretation (18 Apr 1972)

Mr Peter Shore: or the issues involved in putting my points as I have just put them. At times I am tempted to believe that The Times is edited nowadays by what I might call the schizophrenic character of Dr. Rees and Mr. Mogg. Dr. Rees is a wise and expert person of great balance of mind, who gets for us on the centre left page of The Times articles of great authority, fairness and openness. But...

Clause 1: Liberty to Charge for Admission (18 Oct 1972)

Mr Norman Buchan: would be an historic day. What a tragedy it is that at the fag end of a Session in which the Government have turned tail on major issue after major issue they cannot turn tail on this one. Mr. Rees-Mogg, that well-known polemicist, talked in The Times about the Government's U-turn. When we change our policy, we have turned a somersault. When the Tories do it, they have done a U-turn...

Orders of the Day — Counter-Inflation (Temporary Provisions) Bill (8 Nov 1972)

Mr Harold Wilson: ...problems with a certain degree of formalistic logic mingled with the Messianic fervour of a newly qualified industrial consultant—he did so on television on Monday night—a kind of O. and M. Rees-Mogg. He ought to be approaching these matters with concern for the welfare of every family in this country because of the qualities he has got—

New Clause 2: Perquisites of Office — Anti-Tax Avoidance (10 Jul 1973)

Mr Denis Healey: ...are sobered a little by this revelation. In this country today tax avoidance is big business. Even The Times newspaper which has printed philippics against Lonrho by Bernard Levin and Mr. William Rees Mogg in its centre pages, provides running advice on tax avoidance on its back pages. There was an article only last Saturday about how to use trusts to avoid estate duty. One of the...

Privacy (Younger Report) (13 Jul 1973)

Mr Maurice Edelman: ..., and in the cause of a healthy circulation, use the same techniques and methods which The Times has now received the encomium of the appeal judge for so using? We hear Mr. Harold Evans and Mr. Rees-Mogg setting themselves up as the guardians of public morality. No doubt they may be remembered either as guardians of public morality or as representatives of the Cheka which said that its...

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