Results 161–180 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

G8 Meeting (5 Jul 2005)

George Galloway: I think I will quit while I am ahead on that one, Mr. Speaker, now that we have entered that judgment into the parliamentary lexicon. It is impossible to recognise the Government's story in the story being told by the campaigning organisations on the ground and by most of those concerned. For me, they are not the Lennon and McCartney of world development issues; they are the Status Quo. And...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Iraq (25 Mar 2003)

George Galloway: The Arab leaders will have heard the British Foreign Secretary just publicly brand them as liars, but on that subject, the British military spokesman said to the BBC yesterday, "We expected a lot of hands up, but it hasn't quite worked out that way." Is not the Government's problem that the weapons of forgery, plagiarism, fabrication and lies that they have fed the people of this country and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Iraq (25 Mar 2003)

George Galloway: You said it would be over.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Iraq (25 Mar 2003)

George Galloway: A year ago, you said it would be over.

Iraq (21 Mar 2003)

George Galloway: Now that the officer class on the two main Front Benches has been joined by the sad sacks of the Liberal Democrats who have deserted at the first time whiff of grapeshot, there is an iron-clad consensus in the House in support of this war. But that is not, of course, the case in the country. How does the Secretary of State explain to our armed forces the fact that, for the first time in...

Iraq (Overnight Events) (20 Mar 2003)

George Galloway: Is it not the ultimate in spin-doctoring propaganda for the Minister to be quoting Dr. Hans Blix in aid of his statement—[Interruption.] The Chief Whip is heckling me but this is a free Parliament and I will be heard in it—[Interruption.]

Iraq (Overnight Events) (20 Mar 2003)

George Galloway: Is it not the ultimate in spin-doctoring propaganda to be praying in aid Dr. Hans Blix, who has just denounced the action that the Minister has been boasting about this morning—as have an overwhelming number of world leaders, including some of our closest friends, partners and allies? Will the Secretary of State give a straight answer to this question: given the view in the advice of the...

Iraq (26 Feb 2003)

George Galloway: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. Although I am second to none in my admiration for my hon. Friend the Under-Secretary of State for Scotland, is it not extraordinary that no Minister from either the Ministry of Defence or the Foreign and Commonwealth Office is on the Front Bench to listen to this truncated debate, in order properly to reply when they sum up?

Iraq (26 Feb 2003)

George Galloway: How extraordinary that my right hon. Friend the Member for Walsall, South (Mr. George) should pray in aid of this war what happened in Britain in 1914. That war was one that neither side wanted to fight, but because they had both turned up for the show, they thought that they had to go through with it. Yes, my right hon. Friend is right: despite Keir Hardie, the first world war was fought...

Iraq (26 Feb 2003)

George Galloway: rose—

Business of the House (5 Dec 2002)

George Galloway: Will the Leader of the House try to find time for a discussion about the plight of British passport holders travelling in the illegally occupied Palestinian territories? My wife—one of those people—has been virtually arrested four times in a week, and told by the Israeli armed forces that the holding of a British passport is worthless for people of Palestinian origin. I have discovered...

Orders of the Day — UN Security Council Resolution 1441 (25 Nov 2002)

George Galloway: rose—

Orders of the Day — UN Security Council Resolution 1441 (25 Nov 2002)

George Galloway: That is when you were on the left.

Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction (24 Sep 2002)

George Galloway: rose—

Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction (24 Sep 2002)

George Galloway: rose—

Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction (24 Sep 2002)

George Galloway: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. The Minister has attacked me specifically by name, and does not have the guts to give way.

Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction (24 Sep 2002)

George Galloway: rose—

Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction (24 Sep 2002)

George Galloway: Coward.

Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction (24 Sep 2002)

George Galloway: Is it not the case, Mr. Speaker—

Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction (24 Sep 2002)

George Galloway: I do withdraw that remark.


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