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Theresa May

Conservative MP, Maidenhead , 1 May 1997 –


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Dominion Affairs (2 Dec 1943)

Professor Douglas Savory: ...I were a lecturer treating it in the year 1960. So I hope that nothing I shall say will in any way increase the tenseness of the situation, because I desire to confine myself solely to facts. If I may indulge for one moment in a personal touch, I would like to say that I am one of the last surviving links of the connection between Northern and Southern Ireland. Of all the Boards which...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (30 Nov 1944)

Major Frederick Cundiff: ..., what are we, in concert with our Allies, going to do with Germany after the war, and secondly, and thirdly, what is our home policy to be and what is our foreign policy to be relative to this question? May we consider Germany first? I have always thought that one of our weaknesses at home has been the fact that so many people here fail completely to understand the German make-up and the...

Congress, Sheffield (Admission of Foreigners) (17 Nov 1950)

Mr Richard Acland: ...is a natural assumption that he did ask someone to allow him to get in touch with a Member of Parliament. He said: We were severely grilled. I do not want to read the letter in full, but perhaps I may be allowed to read this: I came through the questioning easily for I told of my previous visit and of my connection with the National Religion and Labor Foundation. It appears that he...

Equal Pay (Public Services) (16 May 1952)

Mr James Hudson: ...Teachers' Association, I moved a resolution in favour of equal pay. On that occasion it was voted for by only about five out of 700 people. Two were well-known suffragettes, one of whom was Theresa Billington. It was about the same time that I was associated with Christobel Pankhurst. [HON. MEMBERS: "Oh "] Hon. Gentlemen opposite would not express any resentment if they were in real...

Orders of the Day — Foreign Affairs (27 Feb 1956)

Mr Richard Brooman-White: ...will probably continue to make economic purchases for political ends as and when they can, and it is not within our economic capacity to compete with them in that. As the United States has a surplus they may or not compete. I think that that is a risk which we have to accept. We can only hope that the countries concerned may benefit slightly from a study of what happened to those who fell...

Tanganyika Independence Bill (8 Nov 1961)

Mr Henry Clark: ..., but will remain in Tanganyika. I speak particularly of the chiefs and the native authorities, not the great chiefs of whom one immediately thinks—such as Fundikira, Humbi, Adam Sapi, Mwami Theresa Ntare, Ambuje Mataka—but the smaller men, the jumbes and liwalis. They are people who, inevitably, during the last five years, have had a stigma as being stooges and supporters of...

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address (31 Oct 1962)

Mr William Yates: ...public baptism of two small children and holding my own child and wondering whether the world we live in would last. We have all had a most tremendous shock. I can only suppose that in some way it may have been the same kind of shock which certain leaders in the Soviet Union felt over the U.2 incident. That shock on their side of the Iron Curtain was a very serious one. It was so serious...

Orders of the Day — DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES BILL [Lords] (1 Jul 1964)

Sir Henry Legge-Bourke: ...mine who has served this country in many capacities, having been a Member of the House at one time, and has I think paid out the troops of Haile Sellassie in silver coinage of the late lamented Maria Theresa. There is in fact a law operating here. The law is that every social system produces a privileged class organically just as a muck heap produces maggots. If one looks at history, one...

Hospital Services, Birmingham Area (Private Patients) (28 Jan 1972)

Mr Leslie Huckfield: ...private patients to be seen and allowed £30,000 to be collected in fees in 18 months when no authorisation for private practice had been given. This is the regional hospital board that sacked Mrs. Theresa Stewart because she found out what was happening at Walsgrave. This is the regional hospital board that has owned up to having what I can only describe as private nursing homes run...

Complaint of Privilege (29 Jun 1972)

Miss Bernadette Devlin: ...all material times.I would be grateful if you could confirm that the soldier was so acting, or, if not, please confirm in writing that he was acting outside the scope of his employment and agency so that I may correspond with him about the matter. That letter was formally acknowledged on 16th February by the Area Claims Officer, who wrote: We acknowledge receipt of your letter of 15th...

Northern Ireland (White Paper) (28 Mar 1973)

Mr Hugh Fraser: ...are carried out. I am a Roman Catholic and I will join issue, though not very fiercely, with the hon. Member for Thurrock on this question of religious education. Some time ago in Calcutta I saw Mother Theresa, a woman I enormously respect, who has set up one of her missions in Belfast. I was on my way to Bangladesh where at that time the most appalling atrocities were being carried out...

Orders of the Day — Liverpool (Council Budget) (15 Mar 1984)

Mr David Alton: ...increases and nine brought in higher increases. I contend, therefore, that in difficult circumstances the Liberals did a good job. I contrast that with the record of the militant politicians in Liverpool since last May. Low-cost home schemes have been abandoned, co-operative schemes have been banned, and even Mother Theresa's hostel for the homeless was threatened with closure at one...

Sharpeville Six (16 Mar 1988)

Gerald Kaufman: ...the South African ambassador to that body and asked for clemency and the abandonment of the executions. I understand that the United Nations Security Council will consider this issue later today. May we have the right hon. Lady's assurance that the representative of the United Kingdom will both speak and vote for a clemency resolution? The House greatly welcomed the Prime Minister's firm...

North-East Lancashire Enterprise Zone (19 Apr 1988)

Mr Kenneth Hargreaves: ...party expects to gain control of Hyndburn in the local elections. That being so, I warn my hon. Friend that the new leader of the council, councillor Mrs. Betty Court, who is as determined, single-minded and persuasive as Mother Theresa and my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister put together, will be on her way to see him, before the returning officer has recovered from announcing the...

Adjournment (Christmas) (20 Dec 1989)

Mr John Bowis: ...Romania. The hon. Member for Walsall, North (Mr. Winnick) is not in his place, but I should preface my remarks by saying that Conservative Members also raise matters of human rights wherever they may be and in whatever country, whether West, East, Communist or capitalist, and they will continue to do so. It is wrong for the hon. Gentleman to cast aspersions on Conservative Members by...

Prayers: Inner Cities (25 Mar 1994)

Keith Vaz: ...in Quinton ward in Birmingham, where the Rev. Richard Bashford won the seat last night with a massive majority of 300 votes. It is the first time that the Labour party has won that seat. That is a tribute to the excellent work of Theresa Stewart, the leader of Birmingham city council, and my hon. Friend the Member for Birmingham, Selly Oak (Dr. Jones). Our inner cities will either follow...

Local Government (Birmingham) (15 Mar 1995)

Mrs Jill Knight: ...Councillor Malik. Neither organisation has any idea where that money has gone. A press report dealing with the matter said that an "unquantifiable amount of money has disappeared". Some of the vanishing thousands may have been spent within the letter of the law, but I would be very surprised if they were spent within the spirit of the law. How can it be ethical for another Labour...

Members Sworn (9 May 1997)

...Margaret Mactaggart, SloughIvor Keith Caplin, esquire, HoveChristopher Richard Pond, esquire, GraveshamGillian Joanna Merron, LincolnKelvin Peter Hopkins, esquire, Luton, NorthTheresa Mary, Mrs. May, MaidenheadGraham Brady, esquire, Altrincham and Sale, WestMartin Philip Caton, esquire, GowerJohn Simon Bercow, esquire, BuckinghamStuart Bell, esquire, MiddlesbroughRight honourable Derek...

Orders of the Day — Home Affairs (19 May 1997)

... Clappison, James Maples, John Clark, Rt Hon Alan (Kensington) Mates, Michael Clark, Dr Michael (Rayleigh) Maude, Rt Hon Francis Clarke, Rt Hon Kenneth (Rushcliffe) Mawhinney, Rt Hon Dr Brian May, Mrs Theresa Clifton-Brown, Geoffrey Merchant, Piers Collins, Tim Nicholls, Patrick Colvin, Michael Norman, Archie Conmack, Sir Patrick Ottaway, Richard Cran, James Page, Richard Curry,...

Orders of the Day — The Economy and European Affairs (20 May 1997)

...Major, Rt Hon John Colvin, Michael Malins, Humfrey Cormack, Sir Patrick Maples, John Cran, James Mates, Michael Curry, Rt Hon David Mawhinney, Rt Hon Dr Brian Davis, Rt Hon David (Haltemprice) May, Mrs Theresa Davies, Quentin (Grantham & Stamford) Merchant, Piers Moss, Malcolm Day, Stephen Nicholls, Patrick Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen Norman, Archie Duncan, Alan Page, Richard...


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