Canlyniadau 1–20 o 2193 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Dingle Foot

Middle East (13 Ebr 1970)

Mr Dingle Foot: It seems to me that this debate is long overdue. As the right hon. Member for Devon, North (Mr. Thorpe) said, we are dealing with a constantly deteriorating situation. As long ago as 19th February of this year during Business questions I pressed for a debate on the situation in the Middle East. What is much more important is that a similar request was made by the Leader of the Opposition on...

Middle East (13 Ebr 1970)

Mr Dingle Foot: For reasons which have been frequently explained. One does not want a confrontation between victors and vanquished. Since the question is put to me by my hon. and learned Friend, let me follow it up. I myself saw President Nasser in October, 1967. He then proposed that there should be a revival of the Armistice Commission between Egypt and Israel, and that there should be three on each side....

Middle East (13 Ebr 1970)

Mr Dingle Foot: I remind my hon. Friend of the massacre at Beir Hashim. I was pointing out that Hebron is part of the occupied territories, and it is proposed to settle 250 families there. I quote now from an article in the Sunday Times of 29th March, a report from its correspondent in Jerusalem: 'What you call the occupied territories I call Israel. Hebron was, is and will be part of Zion'. With these words...

Middle East (13 Ebr 1970)

Mr Dingle Foot: It is not undermining the State from which it comes. It is standing up for the country to which it belongs, a very different thing. There are many precedents for dealing with insurgents. There was the attempt to deal with Colonel Grivas in Cyprus, and there must be many other cases in which there have been meetings between the Governments and leaders of revolutionary movements. I do not...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Ministers and Government Departments ( 5 Maw 1970)

Mr Dingle Foot: Does my right hon. Friend recollect that the last time that the number of Ministers was substantially increased was in May, 1940, when Sir Winston Churchill formed his wartime coalition Administration? That Government, too, was not wholly unsuccessful.

Defence ( 4 Maw 1970)

Mr Dingle Foot: There is one thing in the speech of the right hon. Member for Hexham (Mr. Rippon) with which I think all my hon. Friends would agree, namely, his reference to the Gurkhas. In what I have to say I shall not command quite the same measure of agreement among some of my hon. Friends, because I share to the full the concern which has been expressed by the right hon. Gentleman about the state of...

Defence ( 4 Maw 1970)

Mr Dingle Foot: I appreciate that the rate of recruitment was higher than Lord Wigg anticipated at the time. But that does not invalidate my point about the coincidence of the two figures—a point which has brought to the attention of this House by a former Conservative Secretary of State for War. I turn now to the White Paper. It is a deplorable document. In the second paragraph, on page 1, it states:...

Defence ( 4 Maw 1970)

Mr Dingle Foot: We are confronted with this question of manpower. Again, speaking for myself and for no one else, I do not think that we ought to dismiss as out of the question any return to national service. I dislike conscription just as much as does any hon. Member, but I do not think that either side in the discussion ought to take up a dogmatic attitude and say that never need we return to any form of...

Defence ( 4 Maw 1970)

Mr Dingle Foot: I rather regret that intervention, because I was seeking to make a serious point. When we are dealing with defence costs, it is not just a question of paying troops. We are dealing with the constantly escalating cost of weapons which has been going on through our lifetime. In the first war the bill was much less than the cost of the weapons, but in the second war it was the other way round...

Civil Airliners (Security) ( 2 Maw 1970)

Mr Dingle Foot: Is it not a fact that the placing of bombs on aircraft has been strongly and publicly condemned in Cairo by the Government of the United Arab Republic?

Business of the House (19 Chw 1970)

Mr Dingle Foot: In view of the recent Israeli aggression against the civilian population of Egypt, is it not a matter of urgency that we should debate the situation in the Middle East in the near future? Will my right hon. Friend make arrangements accordingly?

Miss Ranjan Vaid (Entry into United Kingdom) (10 Chw 1970)

Mr Dingle Foot: Sir Dingle Foot (by Private Notice) asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether Miss Ranjan Vaid, who was refused permission to re-enter Kenya, will now be permitted to enter and remain in the United Kingdom.

Miss Ranjan Vaid (Entry into United Kingdom) (10 Chw 1970)

Mr Dingle Foot: While I thank my right hon. Friend for that reply, which, so far as it goes, will be welcome to many hon. Members, I wish to put to him three further questions. First, would it not have been better if this decision had been taken in the first place and this lady had not been compelled to make the return journey across two continents? Secondly, why did the British Consul in Frankfurt, early...

Oral Answers to Questions — Gibraltar Talks (2ND December — 8TH December): Sinai Peninsula (Oil Drilling Operations) ( 8 Rha 1969)

Mr Dingle Foot: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what representations he has received from the Government of the United Arab Republic regarding participation by British firms in proposed oil-drilling operations in the Sinai Peninsula and its offshore waters; and if he will make a statement regarding the policy of Her Majesty's Government to such participation.

Oral Answers to Questions — Gibraltar Talks (2ND December — 8TH December): Sinai Peninsula (Oil Drilling Operations) ( 8 Rha 1969)

Mr Dingle Foot: I thank my hon. Friend for that reply. Does he agree that long-term projects of this sort initiated in occupied territory have the most serious implications, tending to show that the Israeli Government have no intention of complying with the United Nations resolution and leaving the occupied territory? Will he make clear that the British Government do not approve of any form of participation...

Foreign Affairs ( 8 Rha 1969)

Mr Dingle Foot: I should like to take up one reference in the speech that we have just heard. The hon. Member for Inverness (Mr. Russell Johnston) referred to Ghana, a country which I happen to know well. We ought to acknowledge what has happened in Ghana. That country went through a period of repression and brutal dictatorship; let us make no mistake about that. Then there was a military coup and many...

Foreign Affairs ( 8 Rha 1969)

Mr Dingle Foot: Certainly, that is part of the resolution, and, if the resolution is to be carried out, as I hope—though I am not sanguine that it will be—there would have to be that recognition. What I say in answer to my hon. Friend is that the Israelis could have had this recognition two years ago. [An HON. MEMBER: "Nonsense."] I was told that myself when I went to see President Nasser in the autumn...

Foreign Affairs ( 8 Rha 1969)

Mr Dingle Foot: Sir Dingle Foot rose—

Foreign Affairs ( 8 Rha 1969)

Mr Dingle Foot: Will my hon. Friend deal specifically with the other point I raised, about participation by a British firm in oil drilling in occupied territory?

Orders of the Day — TANZANIA BILL [Lords] (11 Meh 1969)

Mr Dingle Foot: To get the record straight, the offer of £100,000 that was made in return for rights on the coastal strip was as a result of a commission of inquiry. At the time the Sultan was on his throne he refused the offer that was made.


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