Results 181–200 of 800 for (in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates') speaker:George Galloway

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Constitutional Reform (20 May 1992)

George Galloway: That answer and the previous one, and the smirking arrogance with which the Secretary of State delivered them—with the baying ranks of English Tory Members behind him—are the cause of the anger felt in his country, the country over which he exercises power without any legitimacy. Does he not understand the contradiction between that and the Prime Minister saying yesterday that he would...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Hospitals (20 May 1992)

George Galloway: We won those battles.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Fishing (20 May 1992)

George Galloway: The hon. Member for Lewes (Mr. Rathbone) has just walked in. How can you dare to call the hon. Gentleman when Scottish Members have been sitting here since 2.30?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Fishing (20 May 1992)

George Galloway: It is disgraceful.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Fishing (20 May 1992)

George Galloway: On a point of order, Madam Speaker.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Primary Schools Testing (20 May 1992)

George Galloway: On a point of order, Madam Speaker. Less than 10 minutes ago, we witnessed a parliamentary outrage. An English Tory Member of Parliament, the hon. Member for Lewes (Mr. Rathbone), who represents a constituency on the south coast of England, arrived for Scottish Question Time at twenty-five minutes past three. After you, Madam Speaker, called that hon. Gentleman, he asked a question about...

Orders of the Day — European Communities (Amendment) Bill (20 May 1992)

George Galloway: They are misgoverning our country.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Governance (24 Jun 1992)

George Galloway: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland what further stock he has taken on the future governance of Scotland; and if he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Governance (24 Jun 1992)

George Galloway: Having padlocked our steel industry today and having already murdered our coal and shipbuilding industries and decimated our engineering industry, the Government do not even have the guts to face the people of Scotland in a democratic test at the ballot box—a referendum. Why are the people of Denmark and France to be given a democratic referendum to decide their constitutional future in...

Points of Order (24 Jun 1992)

George Galloway: On a point of order, Madam Speaker. Is not what happened this afternoon symptomatic of the contempt for Scottish questions shown by Conservative Members? Three Conservative Members were called by you to ask questions: you had to rebuke the hon. Member for Stockton, South (Mr. Devlin) for speaking for too long and not coming to the point; the hon. Member for Amber Valley (Mr. Oppenheim) asked...

Points of Order (24 Jun 1992)

George Galloway: The hon. and learned Member for Perth and Kinross is unlikely to need colourful or picturesque descriptions from me. I am stating the truth as people saw it on television. He did stagger from the Chamber—

Points of Order (24 Jun 1992)

George Galloway: Is there no basic requirement on Members who ask questions to stay in their places until the end of Scottish questions? Is it just a big game for Conservative Members? Are they swept off the Terrace to come here, do their job and then leave?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: EC Foreign Policies (1 Jul 1992)

George Galloway: Will the Foreign Secretary try to convince the other Community Foreign Ministers to condemn the decision of the Government of Norway to resort to international piracy by walking out of the International Whaling Commission, which is meeting this week in Glasgow in my constituency? Does he agree that Norway's decision to return to the killing fields, thus turning the oceans of the world into...

Prayers: Occupational Pension Schemes (16 Jul 1992)

George Galloway: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. It is fortuitous that the Leader of the House is by your right hand, which is where he should be. Have you had any indication from the Government that there will be, even at this eleventh hour, a statement about the plan to confiscate Scottish water? I note from yesterday's proceedings that the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry did the decent...

Prayers: Bolton General Hospital (Ward Closure) (16 Jul 1992)

George Galloway: rose——

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Governance (21 Oct 1992)

George Galloway: Listening to the smirking arrogance of the Secretary of State for Scotland, we would scarcely believe that just under 25 per cent. of Scottish electors voted for him at the general election six months ago. Having listened to the humbug that he uttered a few moments ago, no one would believe that probably about half those electors would vote in that way again if they could have the general...

Water and Sewerage (Scotland) (17 Nov 1992)

George Galloway: Why is the Secretary of State covering up, in a kind of Scottish Watergate, the Quayle Munro report, on which the taxpayer has spent £50,000? Is it because, if we were to see that report from Quayles, which has extremely dubious connections with the water privatisation industry, we would see that it is about how, not whether, Scotland's water, given by God in abundance to the Scottish...

Water and Sewerage (Scotland) (17 Nov 1992)

George Galloway: Is the Secretary of State aware that, on 12 December, tens of thousands of Scottish people will make their objections known in the demonstration at the Euro-summit in Edinburgh, and that that will be only the beginning of the labour movement's campaign to stop this theft in its tracks?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Governance (18 Nov 1992)

George Galloway: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland what further consideration he has given to the issue of improving the governance of Scotland; and if he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Governance (18 Nov 1992)

George Galloway: As my hon. Friends say, "Oh dear, oh dear." The Secretary of State has now been taking stock for 224 days. We have not had the merest whimper of an acknowledgment, that although he governs our country, 75 per cent. of our people voted against him. In Edinburgh on 12 December the Secretary of State, with his Cabinet colleagues, will be closeted with the European Heads of Government and...


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