Canlyniadau 1–20 o 5632 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Frederick Bellenger

Pensions (Transferability Rights) (29 Ebr 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: I congratulate the hon. Member for Kensington, South (Sir B. Rhys Williams) on the cogency of his speech and also for another reason. He happens to be the Member for the constituency in which I reside. I may say, to put at rest the minds of some who may look askance at the hon. Member's appearance here, that I had nothing to do with his arrival. Nevertheless, he is my Member of Parliament and...

Local Authority Housing (Rents) (25 Ebr 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: Can my right hon. Friend give an indication of the general reaction of housing authorities to his suggestions about rent rebates?

Rhodesia (24 Ebr 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: May I ask my right hon. Friend what he hopes to achieve by these proposals? Is he aware that one of the principal sufferers if this resolution is carried will be Zambia? If so, do Her Majesty's Government propose to compensate her?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (24 Ebr 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: Has my right hon. Friend overlooked the fact that the young couple are earning and are in a position to earn, but the retired couple have no chance to do that?

Oral Answers to Questions — Hospitals: Broadmoor Hospital (23 Ebr 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: Is my right hon. Friend aware that there is some apprehension among residents in the near vicinity of Rampton about this transfer from Broad-moor? Will special security arrangements be made when the transfer takes place?

Oral Answers to Questions — Rhodesia (21 Maw 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: asked the Prime Minister if he will make a further statement on the situation in Rhodesia.

Oral Answers to Questions — Rhodesia (21 Maw 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: Can my right hon. Friend say whether there has been a substantial attempt to invade Rhodesia by military force?

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (20 Maw 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: When I listened to the opening remarks of the Leader of the Liberal Party, I thought that he was about to disclose new methods and ideas which the Liberals have for our taxation system. Later, he appeared to indulge in some doubt about that. I gather that he wants a free vote on the Government's proposal for a National Lottery, no doubt because he is against such a project.

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (20 Maw 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: The right hon. Gentleman said that the National Lottery proposal would bring us no nearer the E.E.C. I doubt whether any proposals which the Chancellor might have introduced would have altered what is a political matter in that General de Gaulle, as the head of France, does not want us in the Community. Whatever my right hon. Friend might have done, we would not have stood a better chance...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (20 Maw 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: Perhaps the hon. Member for Louth (Sir C. Osborne) has understood this better than I have. I want to know what precisely it means. If it is a wealth tax as my right hon. Friend suggested yesterday, one would assume that it would be segregated on investment income only and Surtax would operate as it does now. Perhaps that can be explained in greater detail. I am sorry if I am too dense in...

Grosvenor Square (Disturbances) (18 Maw 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: Can my right hon. Friend say whether any of the organisers themselves are under arrest or are to be charged?

Rhodesia (14 Maw 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: The House cannot ascertain what happened when the right hon. Member for Kinross and West Perthshire undertook his investigation. Nevertheless, my right hon. Friend has made remarks this afternoon about those conversations. Is the Government prepared to say, as they apparently were not recently, that the door is now slammed?

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Affairs: Nigeria ( 5 Maw 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: In view of my right hon. Friend's negative reply, what positive suggestions have he and the Government to make for bringing the civil war to and end?

Oral Answers to Questions — Rhodesia (29 Chw 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: Without wishing to prejudice any confidential views or expression of views either from Sir Humphrey Gibbs to Her Majesty's Government or any unofficial source, can my right hon. Friend say, from the information which he must now have received from one source or another, that there is any possibility of any compromise agreement?

Business of the House (29 Chw 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: What the Leader of the Liberal Party has just said is mainly conjectural. We do not know whether another place will make any Amendments. Therefore, I take it that what my right hon. Friend the Leader of the House is doing, in asking you, Mr. Speaker, to suspend the Sitting until tomorrow, is merely in order to be able to proceed with Amendments which may come and nothing else, and not to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Rhodesia ( 1 Chw 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: Has my right hon. Friend noticed the conciliatory replies by Lord Shepherd, the representative of the Government in another place, during the debate on Lord Alport's suggestion about Rhodesia? Lord Alport was the Government representative who went to Rhodesia. When will we have an opportunity to discuss these cognate matters?

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Affairs: Rhodesia (30 Ion 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: asked the Secretary of State for Commonwealth Affairs whether he has made any progress towards a settlement of the Rhodesian problem.

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Affairs: Rhodesia (30 Ion 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: Would not my right hon. Friend agree that, whether the policy of Her Majesty's Government has failed or not, it seems to have reached a position of stop without any go? Can my right hon. Friend ignore, as he seems to be doing, the position as outlined in another place that there is very little real disagreement, and in fact a considerable chance of agreement that might settle this problem?...

Oral Answers to Questions — Rhodesia (30 Ion 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: Would not my right hon. Friend recognise that the African blood bath is occurring now in the northern part of Africa and Her Majesty's Government are stoking it up with the supply of arms to the indigenous population?

Public Expenditure (17 Ion 1968)

Mr Frederick Bellenger: The right hon. Member for Streatham (Mr. Sandys) chose to make his speech on one aspect of what he called a wide-ranging debate. I hope that he receives replies to his questions. I do not disagree with his quotations; they are no doubt accurate. But, as my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister said, we must look at all the proposals he made in the white Paper as one. One cannot take defence or...


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