Canlyniadau 1–20 o 529 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Paul Hawkins

Prayers: Small Businesses (15 Mai 1987)

Mr Paul Hawkins: I thank you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for giving me this last opportunity to speak in the House. First, I should like to congratulate my hon. Friend the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Employment. We have all paid tribute to him, but the way in which he has managed to maintain pressure for small businesses fills me with amazement. He has terrific energy, yet does not have a bald spot...

Prayers: Small Businesses (15 Mai 1987)

Mr Paul Hawkins: I am glad to say that the Services Committee has produced a plan for the entire area from Derby gate to Cannon row. The contract was let on 8 May, and I hope that my successor and my hon. Friend the Member for Luton, South (M r. Bright) will soon have marvellous offices there. At least we shall be able to move more people from this building across the street and allow my hon. Friend to have a...

Orders of the Day — East Anglian Gangmasters (16 Maw 1987)

Mr Paul Hawkins: I shall not keep my hon. Friend the Minister for more than one minute. At first I did not believe in the Bill, but I have made some inquiries, and although I do not believe that there are any dishonest gangmasters and farmers in Norfolk, I can believe that there may be some on the boundaries. The Bill may be a good way of putting the matter right for those who work for dishonest gangmasters...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: EC (United Kingdom Presidency) (22 Ion 1987)

Mr Paul Hawkins: I sincerely congratulate my right hon. Friend on his tremendous achievement in the EEC, but what does he believe the fall in the value per carcase of beef will be over the next couple of years? It is estimated by some people that it will be £50 per carcase. Will he do anything to fill the gap for those two years so that we do not lose our stock of beef up to that point?

Agriculture Council (17 Rha 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: Only hours before the settlement was reached, I was with Sir Henry Plumb and the president of the National Farmers Union, who had never believed that such a good settlement could be obtained. I congratulate my right hon. Friend and the Minister on their stamina and on the tremendous success of the presidency, which I hope will be promulgated throughout the country. People in Great Britain are...

Felixstowe Dock and Railway Bill (28 Hyd 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: I shall comment briefly on the carry-over of this Bill. My interest in the matter was aroused mainly because it was my constituent, Gordon Parker, who started Felixstowe docks. I was glad to hear the hon. Member for Wigan (Mr. Stott) say that Felixstowe docks has been one of the outstanding commercial successes in Britain. But I fear that jealousies have been aroused in neighbouring towns...

Agriculture Bill: New Clause (23 Gor 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: I am a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and was an arbitrator for many years. The arbitration procedure is fair. People who are fully qualified are chosen to do the work. The unfortunate thing about the whole quota system is that the incomer—probably a younger man who has to go into the holding—is often forgotten. The more the outgoer has to receive, the more the...

Agriculture Bill: Scotland (23 Gor 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: Although I know nothing about the law of Scotland or the valuation of Scottish holdings, I ask a question and I hope that it will be answered. I believe that, in any valuation, discretion must be left to the valuer or arbiter. I hope that that will be the case. Sometimes we talk about the full value being paid in exceptional circumstances. If a tenant has put far too expensive and elaborate...

Agricculture and the Rural Economy (14 Gor 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Sherwood (Mr. Stewart) on his good fortune in the ballot and on the way in which he moved his motion. Unfortunately, I cannot declare an interest. I should have liked to be a farmer many years ago and would like to be one now, but I was never allowed to be a farmer, because I was told that I did not have enough brains and my father did not have...

Agricculture and the Rural Economy (14 Gor 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: Can my hon. Friend assure me that, even if research is cut in some areas, that into alternative crops will be stepped up? We may find, for example, that converting areas from wheat growing into woodland might produce a saving by the time that storage costs and the cost of maintaining woodlands have been. calculated. We should also consider land for industrial uses. Crops for plastics, for...

Environmental Initiative (UK 2000) (14 Gor 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: I am delighted that the scheme is getting off the ground, and I am sorry that the Opposition are so damning with faint praise about it. I am glad that the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers—an excellent body—is to be part of the new body. Will my hon. Friend work closely with the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food to make sure that there is not only a thriving...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Sheep ( 8 Mai 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: I congratulate my right hon. Friend on the bargain he reached in Brussels over the sheepmeat regime. Will he please draw attention to the fact that the sheepmeat industry is probably one of the most profitable farming sectors at present?

Lebanon (Terrorism) (17 Ebr 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: Does my hon. Friend know that when I went through Heathrow airport last Saturday there was no passport control on any El A1 aeroplanes? I was travelling on a British aeroplane, and I was told that because an El A1 flight was taking place that day the passport controllers had refused to work.

Business of the House (20 Chw 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: Will my right hon. Friend pass to our right hon. Friend the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food my complete opposition to any sale of forestry land, as my constituency contains probably the largest acreage in England, and is a great environmental and recreational area?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Farm Workers ( 6 Chw 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: Will my hon. Friend please consider the case of single workers on small farms, and the fact that they must accept the basic minimum wage, although I know that in my district the wages are far higher? She must bear that fact in mind.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Sports Council (22 Ion 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: Rather than pay an increased grant to the Sports Council, would it not be better to give that money to the shire counties and let them spend it on what they wish?

Rate Support Grant (England) (20 Ion 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: Did I hear aright? Did the hon. Gentleman mention me as approving the Government's settlement?

Rate Support Grant (England) (20 Ion 1986)

Mr Paul Hawkins: It is not my intention to make a speech. I wish merely to ask a question to avoid interrupting my hon. Friend the Minister for Environment. Countryside and Local Government, who is to reply on behalf of the Government. Can my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State say whether, if he were the treasurer of Norfolk county council, he could advise his council to fix a lower rate in anticipation...

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill (25 Tach 1985)

Mr Paul Hawkins: I congratulate the Minister on managing to persuade the EC to agree to the most important part of the Bill—clause 9. It is a starting point for a new departure in farming that is necessary and that can be expanded to be of immense help. I was glad that my right hon. Friend referred to my hon. Friend the Member for Torridge and Devon, West (Sir P. Mills) who is not here. We entered the...

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill (25 Tach 1985)

Mr Paul Hawkins: That £6 million will go a long way towards making a start. As long as we are in the House, the hon. Gentleman and I will no doubt demand more money from successive Ministers. Nevertheless, I am quite prepared to tell my constituents that it is a good start.


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