Results 161–180 of 2000 for theresa may

Opposition Day: Taxation (10 Mar 1998)

...Widdecombe, Rt Hon Miss Ann Malins, Humfrey Wigley, Rt Hon Dafydd Maples, John Wilkinson, John Maude, Rt Hon Francis Willetts, David Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Winterton, Mrs Ann (Congleton) May, Mrs Theresa Winterton, Nicholas (Macclesfield) Michie, Mrs Ray (Argyll & Bute) Woodward, Shaun Moss, Malcolm Yeo, Tim Nicholls, Patrick Young, Rt Hon Sir George Norman, Archie Tellers...

Opposition Day: Pensioners' Incomes (10 Mar 1998)

...) McLoughlin, Patrick Clarke, Rt Hon Kenneth (Rushcliffe) Madel, Sir David Clifton-Brown, Geoffrey Malins, Humfrey Collins, Tim Maples, John Cotter, Brian Maude, Rt Hon Francis Cran, James May, Mrs Theresa Curry, Rt Hon David Michie, Mrs Ray (Argyll & Bute) Davies, Quentin (Grantham) Moss, Malcolm Davis, Rt Hon David (Haltemprice) Nicholls, Patrick Duncan Smith, Iain Norman,...

Orders of the Day — School Standards and Framework Bill: Infant Class Sizes (11 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: ...echo the comments of my right hon. Friend the Member for Charnwood (Mr. Dorrell) in setting out the framework within which the new clause has been tabled. The Labour Government came to power last May having made a pledge that they would reduce infant class sizes. The figure given at the time was 30 and, although no figure appears on the face of the Bill, we understand that that is the...

Orders of the Day — School Standards and Framework Bill: Education Development Plan (11 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: I support the new clause, and hope that, given the spirit in which it was moved, the Government will look favourably on it. It sends a clear message about the importance that we all attach to special educational needs, and about our view that every local education authority should include SEN as a natural part of its consideration of the development of education in its area. As my hon....

Orders of the Day — School Standards and Framework Bill: Establishment of Education Action Zones (11 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: ...schools can request from the Secretary of State, even schools that are not underperforming, such as Leafy Lane high in the example that we were given in Committee. Schools that are performing well may want to be removed from the rigours of LEA control, to look for new ways of providing education. They will be able to come together with a proposal to set up an education action zone and an...

Orders of the Day — School Standards and Framework Bill: Functions of Education Action Forum (11 Mar 1998)

..., David McLoughlin, Patrick Winterton, Mrs Ann (Congleton) Maginnis, Ken Winterton, Nicholas (Macclesfield) Malins, Humfrey Woodward, Shaun Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Young, Rt Hon Sir George May, Mrs Theresa Moss, Malcolm Tellers for the Ayes: Nicholls, Patrick Sir David Madel and Mr. Stephen Day. NOES Ainger, Nick Blears, Ms Hazel Ainsworth, Robert (Cov'try NE) Blizzard,...

Orders of the Day — School Standards and Framework Bill: Grant Maintained Schools (11 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: ...irony is that, in two ways, the Bill discriminates against grant-maintained schools—as my right hon. Friend the Member for Charnwood pointed out. On the one hand, the Government say, "Fine. We may not want to create new grammar schools"—we disagree with that, but it is the Government's position—"but if parents have said that they want grammar schools to stay, we will allow it. As for...

Orders of the Day — Teaching and Higher Education Bill [Lords] (16 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: Will the hon. Lady give way?

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation: Amendment of the Law (17 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: As one of those who entered the House last May, I can still describe myself as a new Member. I have to confess that there is excitement and anticipation on Budget day, because a Budget is a very big thing. I had that feeling today as I came along to only my second Budget, albeit a Budget from a Labour Chancellor. In the Chancellor's opening remarks, that sense of anticipation and expectation...

Orders of the Day — 2. Beer (Rate of Duty) (23 Mar 1998)

..., Rt Hon John Malins, Humfrey Chope, Christopher Mates, Michael 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 Nicholls, Patrick Clifton—Brown, Geoffrey Norman, Archie Collins, Tim Ottaway, Richard Colvin, Michael Page, Richard...

Orders of the Day — 8. Hydrocarbon Oil (Rates of Duties and Rebates) (23 Mar 1998)

...Swinney, John Malins, Humfrey Syms, Robert Mates, Michael Tapsell, Sir Peter Maude, Rt Hon Francis Taylor, Ian (EsherA Walton) Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Taylor, Rt Hon John D (Strangford) May, Mrs Theresa Taylor, John M (Solihull) Morgan, Alasdair (Galloway) Taylor, Matthew (Truro) Moss, Malcolm Taylor, Sir Teddy Nicholls, Patrick Tonge, Dr Jenny Norman, Archie Townend, John...

Orders of the Day — 26. Corporation Tax (Due and Payable Date) (23 Mar 1998)

..., Tim Major, Rt Hon John Colvin, Michael Malins, Humfrey Cormack, Sir Patrick Mates, Michael Cran, James Maude, Rt Hon Francis Curry, Rt Hon David Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Dafis, Cynog May, Mrs Theresa Davis, Rt Hon David (Haltemprice) Moss, Malcolm Day, Stephen Nicholls, Patrick Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen Norman, Archie Duncan, Alan Ottaway, Richard Duncan Smith, lain Page,...

Clause 96: Designation of Grammar Schools (24 Mar 1998)

..., Quentin (Grantham) Maples, John Davis, Rt Hon David (Haltemprice) Mates, Michael Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen Maude, Rt Hon Francis Duncan, Alan Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Duncan Smith, Iain May, Mrs Theresa Emery, Rt Hon Sir Peter Moss, Malcolm Evans, Nigel Nicholls, Patrick Faber, David Norman, Archie Fabricant, Michael Ottaway, Richard Fallon, Michael Page, Richard Flight,...

Clause 100: Home-School Agreements (24 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: ..., we will not see good practice developed. The process will become something that governing bodies feel that they have to do because they are required to do so by law. Some governing bodies may even treat the process somewhat cursorily—it may come to be seen either as a bureaucratic requirement that schools do not want, or as something that is created and then put to one side. That would...

New clause 7: Teachers' Pay and Conditions (24 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: ...zones, where the employing body will continue to be the local education authority. We debated that issue in Committee, and it will be discussed again because of the practical difficulties that may arise. The Government are to allow a school of a particular type that is an employing body for teachers to depart from national terms and conditions, but also intend to allow schools that are...

New clause 13: Discontinuance of Maintained Rural Primary Schools (24 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: ...into effect what the Minister stated was the Government's policy. I hope that he will be able to put us out of our misery by saying that he does indeed support it, but I have a suspicion that he may not do so. That says an awful lot about the Government's attitude to rural communities and the cynical way in which he was willing to appear on television at the drop of a hat to announce a new...

Clause 23: School Organisation Committees (24 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: Will the Minister clarify her references to decisions being taken locally? I understand that school organisation committees would consider such decisions, but would they be referred to an adjudicator in certain circumstances—for example, when challenged? Did not she make it clear in Committee that adjudicators would not be local people, but would be brought in from outside?

Clause 24: Adjudicators (24 Mar 1998)

...Malins, Humfrey Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen Maples, John Duncan Smith, Iain Mates, Michael Emery, Rt Hon Sir Peter Maude, Rt Hon Francis Evans, Nigel Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Flight, Howard May, Mrs Theresa Forth, Rt Hon Eric Moss, Malcolm Fox, Dr Liam Nicholls, Patrick Gibb, Nick Norman, Archie Gill, Christopher Ottaway, Richard Gillan, Mrs Cheryl Page, Richard Gorman, Mrs...

Clause 76: Code of Practice (24 Mar 1998)

Theresa May: ...I refer the Secretary of State and the Ministers here tonight to a speech made in Southwark cathedral by the Prime Minister back in January 1996 when he was Leader of the Opposition. Hon. Members may be aware that at the time it was regarded as seminal in defining what the stakeholder approach meant in various spheres. In that speech, the right hon. Gentleman talked about the need to make...

Clause 94: Permitted Selection: Aptitude for Particular Subjects (24 Mar 1998)

... Malins, Humfrey Wells, Bowen Maples, John Whitney, Sir Raymond Mates, Michael Whittingdale, John Maude, Rt Hon Francis Widdecombe, Rt Hon Miss Ann Mawhinney, Rt Hon Sir Brian Wilkinson, John May, Mrs Theresa Winterton, Mrs Ann (Congleton) Moss, Malcolm Winterton, Nicholas (Macclesfield) Nicholls, Patrick Yeo, Tim Norman, Archie Young, Rt Hon Sir George Ottaway, Richard Page,...


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