All 7 results for terrorism speaker:John Butterfill

Public Bill Committee: British Overseas Territories Bill [Lords]: New Clause 5 - Report (6 Dec 2001)

John Butterfill: With this we may discuss new clause 6—Annual report— 'The Secretary of State shall make an annual report to Parliament on the British overseas terrorities'.

International Terrorism (14 Sep 2001)

John Butterfill: ...real possibility that among them are terrorists who are here for a very different purpose. We need to regain control over the immigration process if we are to protect ourselves from international terrorism. It is therefore the duty of Governments here and in the European Union to review the way in which the legislation on human rights is framed, so as to make it absolutely clear that it...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (6 Dec 1993)

John Butterfill: ...does complicate the collection arrangements. Similarly, I am a little concerned to know that it will apply to most general risks. Perhaps my right hon. Friend will tell us whether it will apply to terrorism insurance, where the Government have come forward, very much to their credit, with a scheme that will assist in the insurance of terrorism risks. But if the additional tax is to apply...

European Community (Intergovernmental Conferences) (20 Nov 1991)

John Butterfill: ...the implementation of existing treaties. The enforcement of what we have already decided to do and the creation of a true single market is a legitimate concern of the EC. Policing, drugs, crime and terrorism are all areas where we could and should co-operate, either within or without the treaties. At the same time, we must not bind the Community into such a tight form that it will exclude...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Tourism (26 Mar 1991)

John Butterfill: My right hon. and learned Friend will be aware that, the last time we had problems with terrorism and people in the United States were deterred from visiting this country, a number of initiatives were taken in the United States, including meetings with my right hon. and learned Friend's counterpart in the United States. Will he meet his counterpart when he visits the United States and assure...

Opposition Day: Tourism (26 Nov 1986)

John Butterfill: ...delighted at that. But we can do that only if Europe can be persuaded to adopt a common policy on foreign affairs. We have not yet achieved that. Let us examine the Greek Government's attitude to terrorism. Can we envisage that those who would be acceptable to the Greek Government for a visa, would also be acceptable to the British Government? There was a sad vote recently in the United...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (21 Jan 1986)

John Butterfill: ...visiting a British Prime Minister? Will she use this opportunity to discuss with him ways in which our two democratic countries can improve their co-operation to combat the scourge of international terrorism?

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