Canlyniadau 1–20 o 1610 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Eric Ogden

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Consular Services (Overseas Deaths) (11 Mai 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: As there are reports that the Federal Government of Germany have re-established their consular service in Windhoek, Namibia, and as we have British premises in that city and country, is it not time that the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs was asked to reconsider his decision not to appoint British representatives, so that we may be better informed and so that British...

Oral Answers to Questions — European Community: European Parliament (11 Mai 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: Will the Minister confirm that the essential purpose put forward by the founders of the European Community, and of our continuing membership of the European Community, is so to knit the peoples, the commonwealth of countries of Europe, together that never again will a world war start in Europe?

Oral Answers to Questions — Oral Answers to Questions: Litter (27 Ebr 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: asked the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will now increase the amount of money available to local authorities, especially to those in urban areas, for the reduction, collection and disposal of litter from roads and streets.

Oral Answers to Questions — Oral Answers to Questions: Litter (27 Ebr 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: Will the Minister now try to give a positive and enthusiastic reply? Does he agree that too many of our roads, streets and public places are tatty at best and too often downright filthy? Is it not time that an Environment Minister started a "Spring-clean Britain" operation to encourage those who want to take care of their environment to respect and take pride in it and to discourage those who...

Oral Answers to Questions — Oral Answers to Questions: Football Authorities (Discussions) (27 Ebr 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: When the Minister meets the football authorities, will he not spend too much time on the televising issue but encourage those who want to go and watch football matches at football stadiums to do so rather than go elsewhere?

Ports (Reduction of Debt) Bill (11 Ebr 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: If I correctly understand the matter, for the port of London the sum will be £48 million once the Bill receives Royal Assent; for the MDHC it will be £30 million to £36 million, depending on the agreement between the accountants, the Government and the port.

Ports (Reduction of Debt) Bill (11 Ebr 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: The Government ask for support for a Bill of some two pages and two clauses, which may seem modest at first sight. At least the price is modest; it costs only 75p. But it is a much more complicated Bill than that. I suggest that this is one instance where the Government are asking for the support of the House in what is undoubtedly a good cause but with the minimum of information. The Bill...

Orders of the Day — Mobile Homes Bill [Lords] ( 8 Chw 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: The hon. Member for Lichfield and Tamworth (Mr. Heddle) made an interesting and informed speech. I do not agree with everything that he said, but he gave the House much to think about. I am still reeling—I believe that that is the right word—from the possible implications of the fact that he allocates times and places for his constituents to meet him at his advice bureau. That is not a...

Orders of the Day — Mobile Homes Bill [Lords] ( 8 Chw 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: What about the Welsh?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Falkland Islands (Fishing Tackle) ( 1 Chw 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: Was any of this fishing equipment made available to the unofficial president's fund of the Queen's Own Highlanders, then commanded by Lieutenant Col. Ridley at Goose Green, East Falklands? If so, at what price was it made available to the fund and at what price was it made available to the non-commissioned ranks? There is a great deal of information to the effect that that fund was grossly...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Falkland Islands (Fishing Tackle) ( 1 Chw 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: The Minister has as well.

Orders of the Day — Business of the House: Repeal of Water Charges Equalisation Act 1977 (18 Ion 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: The hon. Gentleman is saying that the amount of money that is paid in the present form of water rates should be paid in local income tax, according to a person's income tax.

Orders of the Day — Business of the House: Repeal of Water Charges Equalisation Act 1977 (18 Ion 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: Yes. But will he follow it through? It would be strange if the money now paid in water rates were paid as an income tax, a poll tax, but the rates themselves remained on the old basis of rateable value. Would that not be a contradiction?

Orders of the Day — Water Bill: Right of Access by the Media (18 Ion 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: I agree with the hon. Member for Stockport, North (Mr. Bennett) in one regard only—I support new clause 3. I disagree with him about the level of criticism of the North-West water authority. During the present Parliament I have received only two complaints from constituents about the activities of that authority. Both constituents are vocal and know where to find their Member of Parliament....

Orders of the Day — Water Bill (18 Ion 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. Perhaps it might be convenient for you to consider, very early in our proceedings, a submission. New clause 5 appears on the Amendment Paper but not on the provisional selection list that was provided by Mr. Speaker. I emphasise the words "provisional selection list". May I make the point through you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, to Mr. Speaker, that new clause...

Orders of the Day — Water Bill (18 Ion 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: No, Sir. I was suggesting that new clause 5 did nothing that was not referred to in the long title and which the Bill allows others to do. Will you draw to Mr. Speaker's attention my suggestion that it might be possible to debate and discuss this admirable new clause later?

Orders of the Day — Business of the House: Title (18 Ion 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: At 12.56, I am well aware of the lateness of the hour and the desire of most hon. Members to be in another place—and not necessarily the place at the red end of the Corridor. I am also aware that on 19 January, the day after the publication of the Franks report, there is little general interest in our affairs from the press, which earlier was notable for its absence. I believe that it was...

Orders of the Day — Business of the House: Title (18 Ion 1983)

Mr Eric Ogden: As a former colleague, I just wanted to clarify that. The fact that there is no formal Note against Third Reading does not mean that we approve the Bill, as cosmetically amended. We accept the reality of the situation that there are 160 votes on the Government side. Some changes have been made. As I said, they are essentially cosmetic. The balance that we had on Second Reading between a...

Falkland Islands (Shackleton Report) (22 Rha 1982)

Mr Eric Ogden: To suggest that sending some kelpers' children to private schools in Buenos Aires implies a dependence on Argentina is rather like saying that Liverpool's education facilities depend on our ability to send Liverpool children to Eton.


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