Results 61–80 of 2000 for theresa may

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Mortgage Interest Payments (15 Jul 1997)

...) McLoughlin, Patrick Davies, Quentin (Grantham) Madel, Sir David Day, Stephen Malins, Humfrey Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen Maples, John Duncan, Alan Mawhinney, Rt Hon Dr Brian Duncan Smith, Iain May, Mrs Theresa Emery, Rt Hon Sir Peter Merchant, Piers Evans, Nigel Moss, Malcolm Faber, David Nicholls, Patrick Fabricant, Michael Norman, Archie Fallon, Michael Page, Richard Flight,...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Withdrawal of Relief on Medical Insurance Premiums (16 Jul 1997)

..., Geoffrey Major, Rt Hon John Collins, Tim Maples, John Colvin, Michael Mates, Michael Cormack, Sir Patrick Maude, Rt Hon Francis Cotter, Brian Mawhinney, Rt Hon Dr Brian Curry, Rt Hon David May, Mrs Theresa Davey, Edward (Kingston) Merchant, Piers Davies, Quentin (Grantham) Michie, Mrs Ray (Argyll & Bute) Day, Stephen Moore, Michael Donaldson, Jeffrey Nicholls, Patrick Dorrell,...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Pension Funds No Longer Entitled to Payment of Tax Credits (16 Jul 1997)

... Davis, Rt Hon David (Haltemprice) Major, Rt Hon John Davies, Quentin (Grantham) Maples, John Day, Stephen Mates, Michael Donaldson, Jeffrey Mawhinney, Rt Hon Dr Brian Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen May, Mrs Theresa Duncan, Alan Merchant, Piers Duncan Smith, Iain Michie, Mrs Ray (Argyll & Bute) Evans, Nigel Moore, Michael Faber, David Morgan, Alasdair (Galloway) Fabricant, Michael Moss,...

Business of the House (17 Jul 1997)

Theresa May: Will the Leader of the House make time available before the recess for a debate about the electoral system to be used at the next elections to the European Parliament, given reports that the Government have decided that the elections will take place using proportional representation and party lists? A debate would enable all hon. Members to express their genuine concerns about PR and,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: British Academy of Sport (21 Jul 1997)

Theresa May: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport if he will make a statement on the British academy of sport. [7501]

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Employment: Employment Proposals (24 Jul 1997)

Theresa May: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware of the report by the Policy Studies Institute that was mentioned in the press some days ago? It said that the previous Government's proposals for getting unemployed people into work had been extremely successful, especially what I think was called the workfare proposal, whereby people went into work for a number of weeks while remaining on benefit? At the end...

Points of Order (24 Jul 1997)

Theresa May: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. May I seek your guidance on the provision of information to hon. Members by Ministers? Last week, I tabled a written question to the President of the Board of Trade for answer on a named day asking when she intended to publish her Green Paper on the late payment of debt. On Monday, I received a holding response to say that the right hon. Lady would...

Bill Presented: 1998 Preliminary Draft Budget (24 Jul 1997)

...John Taylor, Ian (Esher & Walton) Malins, Humfrey Taylor, John M (Solihull) Maples, John Taylor, Sir Teddy Maude, Rt Hon Francis Temple-Morris, Peter Mawhinney, Rt Hon Dr Brian Townend, John May, Mrs Theresa Trend, Michael Merchant, Piers Tyrie, Andrew Nicholls, Patrick Walter, Robert Norman, Archie Whitney, Sir Raymond Paterson, Owen Widdecombe, Rt Hon Miss Ann Prior, David...

Clause 2: Transitional Arrangements for Existing Assisted Pupils (24 Jul 1997)

Theresa May: It is regrettable that we have to debate the amendment and that the Government have not seen fit simply to accept it. It will not undermine the purpose or principle of the Bill, which have been debated long and hard in the Chamber. I contributed to those debates several times, and my views are well documented. We are debating whether the Government are willing to abide by commitments that...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Rate of Duty on Spirits (28 Jul 1997)

...Steen, Anthony Madel, Sir David Streeter, Gary Major, Rt Hon John Stunell, Andrew Malins, Humfrey Swayne, Desmond Mates, Michael Syms, Robert Mawhinney, Rt Hon Dr Brian Tapsell, Sir Peter May, Mrs Theresa Taylor, Ian (Esher & Walton) Merchant, Piers Taylor, John M (Solihull) Michie, Mrs Ray (Argyll & Bute) Taylor, Sir Teddy Moore, Michael Temple-Morris, Peter Moss, Malcolm...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Mortgage Interest Payments (28 Jul 1997)

...Anne Fabricant, Michael MacKay, Andrew Fallon, Michael McLoughlin, Patrick Flight, Howard Malins, Humfrey Forth, Rt Hon Eric Mates, Michael Fox, Dr Liam Maude, Rt Hon Francis Garnier, Edward May, Mrs Theresa Gibb, Nick Merchant, Piers Moss, Malcolm Syms, Robert Nicholls, Patrick Tapsell, Sir Peter Ottaway, Richard Taylor, Ian (Esher & Walton) Page, Richard Taylor, John M...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Stamp Duty on Conveyance or Transfer on Sale (28 Jul 1997)

..., Julian Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen Brooke, Rt Hon Peter Duncan, Alan Browning, Mrs Angela Duncan Smith, Iain Bruce, Ian (S Dorset) Emery, Rt Hon Sir Peter Burns, Simon Evans, Nigel Faber, David May, Mrs Theresa Fabricant, Michael Merchant, Piers Fallon, Michael Moss, Malcolm Flight, Howard Nicholls, Patrick Forth, Rt Hon Eric Ottaway, Richard Fowler, Rt Hon Sir Norman Page,...

Clause 19: Pension Funds No Longer Entitled to Payment of Tax Credits (29 Jul 1997)

...Major, Rt Hon John Curry, Rt Hon David Malins, Humfrey Davey, Edward (Kingston) Maude, Rt Hon Francis Davis, Rt Hon David (Haltemprice) Mawhinney, Rt Hon Dr Brian Davies, Quentin (Grantham) May, Mrs Theresa Day, Stephen Merchant, Piers Donaldson, Jeffrey Michie, Mrs Ray (Argyll & Bute) Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen Moore, Michael Duncan, Alan Morgan, Alasdair (Galloway) Duncan Smith,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Higher Education (31 Jul 1997)

Theresa May: What on earth has happened to the Government's plans for internet and computer links in every education establishment? Has the regulator told the Government that their much-vaunted deal with BT cannot be done?

Bills Presented: Prevention of Delay in Trials (28 Oct 1997)

Anne McIntosh: ...the 110-day rule, which is highly regarded as one of the cornerstones of the criminal procedure and justice system in Scotland, and which recognises protection for the accused by providing that he may not be detained for a total period of more than 110 days? Under common law, there is no time limit for commencing an action brought by the Crown. A prosecution may therefore be commenced at...

Orders of the Day — Firearms (Amendment) Bill: After Clause 1 (3 Nov 1997)

...Madel, Sir David Corbett, Robin Malins, Humfrey Cormack, Sir Patrick Maples, John Cotter, Brian Maude, Rt Hon Francis Curry, Rt Hon David Mawhinney, Rt Hon Dr Brian Davies, Quentin (Grantham) May, Mrs Theresa Davis, Rt Hon David (Haltemprice) Nicholls, Patrick Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen Ottaway, Richard Duncan, Alan Paice, James Duncan Smith, Iain Pickles, Eric Evans, Nigel Prior,...

Orders of the Day — After Clause 2: Competition Pistols (3 Nov 1997)

..., Tim Maples, John Cook, Frank (Stockton N) Marek, Dr John Corbett, Robin Mates, Michael Cormack, Sir Patrick Maude, Rt Hon Francis Cotter, Brian Mawhinney, Rt Hon Dr Brian Curry, Rt Hon David May, Mrs Theresa Davies, Quentin (Grantham) Nicholls, Patrick Davis, Rt Hon David (Haltemprice) Öpik, Lembit Day, Stephen Ottaway, Richard Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen Paice, James Duncan, Alan...

Opposition Day: Student Finance (4 Nov 1997)

Theresa May: I am grateful for the opportunity to speak in this important debate. The Dearing report made a number of recommendations that cover various issues. Two key issues were the need to widen participation in and access to higher education, and funding in higher education. The Dearing report was not some fly-by-night, hastily put together report. It was the result of many months of careful research...

Opposition Day: Rural Life (4 Nov 1997)

...Ann (Congleton) Madel, Sir David Winterton, Nicholas (Macclesfield) Malins, Humfrey Woodward, Shaun Maples, John Yeo, Tim Mates, Michael Young, Rt Hon Sir George Mawhinney, Rt Hon Dr Brian May, Mrs Theresa Tellers for the Ayes: Norman, Archie Mr. John Whittingdale and Ottaway, Richard Mr. James Cran. NOES Abbott, Ms Diane Bennett, Andrew F Ainger, Nick Benton, Joe Allan,...

Innovation (Small Firms) (7 Nov 1997)

Theresa May: Is the hon. Gentleman not aware that the Forum of Private Business and the Institute of Directors, the former representing small businesses and the latter representing large businesses, are against the single currency?

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