Canlyniadau 1–20 o 726 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Stuart Holland

International Debt (12 Mai 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: Surely the Minister recognises that one feature of the Brady plan is that it recognises that debt cannot be repaid. Is the Minister not aware that Brazil has halved its imports since 1981 and that that has had a major effect on United Kingdom exports? Studies, such as that carried out by Gabriel Palme of Cambridge university, have shown that up to a quarter of a million jobs in the United...

International Debt (12 Mai 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: What about Latin America?

Active Citizenship (12 Mai 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: And the Minister.

Active Citizenship (12 Mai 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: In the case of Lambeth, which the Minister mentioned, it is relevant to point out that the entire reorganisation of the Metropolitan police was undertaken by the police after consulting Marks and Spencer and other commercial bodies. There were no consultations with either the Members of Parliament for the area or local councillors. That is the kind of treatment that many of these boroughs...

Public Procurement ( 4 Mai 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: Although it may be a footnote of history, 1 must point out that my first employment on leaving university was to be an economic adviser to the then Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, on European Community affairs. I advised him then that the Community was neither a sabre-toothed tiger about to shred the nation state nor a springboard for federalism. I not only advised him to apply to join, but...

Public Procurement ( 4 Mai 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: I begin by saying that the Opposition welcome the amendment and we hope that the Government will accept it.

Public Procurement ( 4 Mai 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: I am sorry that the hon. Member for Stamford and Spalding (Mr. Davies) cannot count. Two Labour Members are present on a day when the Conservative ranks appear rather thin, and we do not have to stretch our imagination to discover why. The amendment welcomes the provision of a speedy and effective system of arbitration when contractors consider that they are not being afforded fair and equal...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (25 Ebr 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: Bring back Adam Smith.

Overseas Development (17 Maw 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: I am glad that my hon. Friend the Member for Eccles (Miss Lestor) managed to give the House the opportunity to debate this subject, and add my thanks to those of other hon. Members who have spoken. I am glad also that the environment has been such a strong theme in the debate. I shall seek to touch on that subject as well as to deal with population control, the role of the market, and...

Overseas Development (17 Maw 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: That is a significant factor in terms of the scale of remittances from abroad, and it is one way of disposing of surplus population. South Korea's development model, however, has been pursued with scant regard for democracy, and the same applies to Taiwan and Singapore.

Overseas Development (17 Maw 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: If the Minister had read The Daily Telegraph yesterday he would have learnt that one of the new low-priced automobiles imported to this country, the Proton—constructed with Japanese technology and basically a Japanese car—is coming from Malaysia, which pays lower wage rates. One of the reasons why a company such as Matsushita does so well on the world market is that, as a Japanese firm,...

Overseas Development (17 Maw 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: Yes.

Overseas Development (17 Maw 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: Oh, that is very clever—really clever

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (15 Maw 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: rose——

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (15 Maw 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: We look forward to those announcements. The Financial Secretary reminds me of President Charles De Gaulle who once said that a president should be concerned with inflation, not the price of eggs. Perhaps we have some sympathy for him there. But when will the trade deficit improve? We have had forecasts of this and that, but when will we get a J-curve effect on the export side—or is it...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (15 Maw 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: An effective Budget should combine social justice and economic efficiency, and this Budget does neither. It starts with the junk statistics that we have come to expect from the Treasury, to which attention has been drawn by advisers to the Select Committee. The Chancellor claimed: we have experienced the longest period of strong and steady growth since the war. We note that he made no...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (15 Maw 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: I am taking a note from the book of the Chief Secretary who accepts interventions in his time.

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (15 Maw 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: I do not know why the Economic Secretary had so much trouble making his point. Transfer pricing by multinational companies, which dominates our trade, means that our trade statistics are opaque. A standard means of transfer pricing is to inflate and overstate import prices. We should expect economic integrity from any Government and should be able to trust their figures, but such integrity is...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (15 Maw 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: While the hon. Gentleman is giving us this geographical tour, will he admit that the reason for the introduction of new capital and technology in northern Italy—whether it be Tuscany, Emilia Romagna or Veneto—and in Germany is that there is co-operation between management, capital and labour? Labour is involved through participation schemes or co-operative ventures in the introduction of...

Adjournment (Easter): Court of Auditors ( 2 Maw 1989)

Mr Stuart Holland: The Minister is surely aware that I am talking about long-term structural change in the common agricultural policy back to a deficiency payments system which allows food to come in at world prices. If that happens, we do not have this cross-border nonsense that we have seen under the beef regime. The short-term issue is what action the Government will take to investigate this fraud in this...


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