Results 141–160 of 2000 for theresa may

Orders of the Day — Scotland Bill: Power to Fix Basic Rate for Scottish Taxpayers (23 Feb 1998)

...Cormack, Sir Patrick Malins, Humfrey Curry, Rt Hon David Maples, John Davies, Quentin (Grantham) Maude, Rt Hon Francis Davis, Rt Hon David (Haltemprice) Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Duncan, Alan May, Mrs Theresa Duncan Smith, Iain Moss, Malcolm Emery, Rt Hon Sir Peter Nicholls, Patrick Evans, Nigel Ottaway, Richard Faber, David Page, Richard Fabricant, Michael Paice, James Fallon,...

Orders of the Day — Scotland Bill: Changes to Income Tax Structure (23 Feb 1998)

... Evans, Nigel Malins, Humfrey Faber, David Maples, John Fabricant, Michael Mates, Michael Fallon, Michael Maude, Rt Hon Francis Flight, Howard Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Forth, Rt Hon Eric May, Mrs Theresa Fowler, Rt Hon Sir Norman Moss, Malcolm Fox, Dr Liam Nicholls, Patrick Fraser, Christopher Ottaway, Richard Garnier, Edward Page, Richard Gibb, Nick Paice, James Gill,...

Clause 1: NUMBER OF MEPs, ELECTORAL REGIONS AND ELECTORAL SYSTEM (24 Feb 1998)

...Willetts, David Maples, John Willis, Phil Mates, Michael Winterton, Mrs Ann (Congleton) Maude, Rt Hon Francis Winterton, Nicholas (Macclesfield) Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Woodward, Shaun May, Mrs Theresa Yeo, Tim Michie, Mrs Ray (Argyll & Bute) Young, Rt Hon Sir George Mitchell, Austin Moore, Michael Tellers for the Ayes: Moss, Malcolm Mr. James Cran and Nicholls, Patrick Mr....

Oral Answers to Questions — Montserrat (25 Feb 1998)

Theresa May: When she plans to visit Montserrat to discuss aid to that country. [29620]

Orders of the Day — European Parliamentary Elections Bill: Commencement (26 Feb 1998)

...Hon Peter Major, Rt Hon John Browning, Mrs Angela Malins, Humfrey Butterfill, John Maples, John Cash, William Mates, Michael Chapman, Sir Sydney (Chipping Barnet) Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian May, Mrs Theresa Clappison, James Moss, Malcolm Clark, Rt Hon Alan (Kensington) Norman, Archie Clark, Dr Michael (Rayleigh) Page, Richard Collins, Tim Prior, David Davies, Quentin (Grantham)...

Women (Government Priorities) (27 Feb 1998)

Theresa May: It sounds like a focus group.

Oral Answers to Questions — Human Rights Bill (2 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: If parish councils are among those organisations whose acts and omissions it is intended should be able to be challenged under the Human Rights Bill. [30357]

Orders of the Day — Government of Wales Bill: Decisions Affecting Vital Interests of a Region (2 Mar 1998)

...(Haltemprice) McLoughlin, Patrick Day, Stephen Malins, Humfrey Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen Maples, John Duncan, Alan Mates, Michael Duncan Smith, lain Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Evans, Nigel May, Mrs Theresa Faber, David Moss, Malcolm Fabricant, Michael Öpik, Lembit Fallon, Michael Ottaway, Richard Feam, Ronnie Page, Richard Forth, Rt Hon Eric Paterson, Owen Foster, Don (Bath)...

ISAs, TESSAs and PEPs (3 Mar 1998)

..., Rt Hon Sir Peter Major, Rt Hon John Evans, Nigel Malins, Humfrey Faber, David Maples, John Fallon, Michael Mates, Michael Forsythe, Clifford Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Forth, Rt Hon Eric May, Mrs Theresa Fowler, Rt Hon Sir Norman Moss, Malcolm Fox, Dr Liam Nicholls, Patrick Fraser, Christopher Norman, Archie Gale, Roger Ottaway, Richard Garnier, Edward Page, Richard Gibb,...

Listening to the Countryside (3 Mar 1998)

...-Brown, Geoffrey Major, Rt Hon John Collins, Tim Malins, Humfrey Colvin, Michael Maples, John Cormack, Sir Patrick Mates, Michael Cran, James Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Curry, Rt Hon David May, Mrs Theresa Davies, Quentin (Grantham) Moss, Malcolm Davis, Rt Hon David (Haltemprice) Nicholls, Patrick Day, Stephen Norman, Archie Duncan, Alan Ottaway, Richard Duncan Smith, Iain Page,...

Benefit Integrity Project (4 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: ...South referred to the pride that many people with disabilities feel and their desire to overstate their abilities on the form, but they must understand the implications and recognise that doing so may lead to their benefit being cut. The provision of a health warning would enable them to see the matter in an entirely different light. A number of hon. Members have mentioned fraud, and I...

Schedule 1: Schedule 2 (5 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: Is my right hon. Friend concerned, as I am, about amendment No. 35, which was not selected for debate—

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Ex-prisoners of War (9 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: Does the Minister accept that former officer prisoners of war and protected personnel who had their pay docked when they were incarcerated in POW camps—and their families—feel a genuine sense of injustice? They feel that they have facts that bear out their case and they have—as, indeed, has one of my constituents—raised real questions about the report to which the Minister referred....

Orders of the Day — National Minimum Wage Bill: Financial Statement and Budget Report (9 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: I am pleased to see that the Minister of State has returned to his place for part of this debate. From his comments on earlier new clauses, it was clear that the Government see the national minimum wage as a dogmatic policy that they will introduce regardless of the implications. New clause 14 is relevant to that point because it would ensure that the Government set out—not just to the...

Orders of the Day — National Minimum Wage Bill: Determination of Hourly Rate of Remuneration (9 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: Does my hon. Friend agree that it would be entirely consistent with the Government's policy of lifelong learning and expectation that people will continue throughout their lives to train and retrain in different skills if Ministers were to accept his amendment No. 44?

Orders of the Day — National Minimum Wage Bill: Repeals and Revocations (9 Mar 1998)

...Chipping Barnet) Boswell, Tim Chope, Christopher Maples, John Clappison, James Maude, Rt Hon Francis Clark, Rt Hon Alan (Kensington) Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Clark, Dr Michael (Rayleigh) May, Mrs Theresa Clarke, Rt Hon Kenneth (Rushcliffe) Moss, Malcolm Clifton—Brown, Geoffrey Nicholls, Patrick Collins, Tim Norman, Archie Cormack, Sir Patrick Ottaway, Richard Cran, James...

Orders of the Day — National Minimum Wage Bill: Company Directors (9 Mar 1998)

...Hon David Chapman, Sir Sydney McLoughlin, Patrick (Chipping Barnet) Malins, Humfrey Chope, Christopher Maples, John Clappison, James Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Clark, Rt Hon Alan (Kensington) May, Mrs Theresa Clark, Dr Michael (Rayleigh) Moss, Malcolm Clarke, Rt Hon Kenneth Nicholls, Patrick (Rushcliffe) Norman, Archie Clifton-Brown, Geoffrey Page, Richard Collins, Tim Paice,...

Orders of the Day — National Minimum Wage Bill: Power of Secretary of State to Suspend the National Minimum Wage in the Case of National or Local Economic Emergencies (9 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: I shall speak only briefly on the new clause. I do not intend to go into the various extreme economic circumstances that might lead to the necessity of operating the provisions of the new clause. I was astounded by the Minister's reaction to our sensible proposal. I admit that I was not on the Standing Committee that debated the detail of the Bill, so I had not hitherto had an opportunity to...


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