Canlyniadau 2221–2231 o 2231 ar gyfer speaker:Lord Hamilton of Epsom

Petitions: Small Businesses and Voluntary Services (14 Rha 1979)

Sir Archie Hamilton: Is it not also true that many of the large firms which do not pay their bills on time are those which have the largest resources?

Petitions: M25 (Reigate Hill Section) (14 Rha 1979)

Sir Archie Hamilton: Mr. Speaker, may I present a petition on behalf of 3,000 petitioners in the constituency of Epsom and Ewell and that of my hon. Friend the Member for Twickenham (Mr. Jessel)? The purpose of the petition is to speed up the completion of the M25 because many people in my constituency and in Twickenham suffer desperately from the amount of heavy traffic now being routed through their area so...

MR. Anthony Blunt (21 Tach 1979)

Sir Archie Hamilton: I welcome the speech of my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister in this debate. It demonstrated a new and refreshing candour and revealed the self-confidence of her Government. One could say that this is in marked contrast to the previous Government, because I do not believe that the previous Administration would have had the courage to make such a full and frank statement to the House. We...

MR. Anthony Blunt (21 Tach 1979)

Sir Archie Hamilton: Mr. Smith again.

Oral Answers to Questions — Industry: Post Office (23 Gor 1979)

Sir Archie Hamilton: asked the Secretary of State for Industry what measures he is considering to improve productivity in the Post Office.

Oral Answers to Questions — Industry: Post Office (23 Gor 1979)

Sir Archie Hamilton: Is the Under-Secretary aware of the growing public disquiet over the charges imposed by the Post Office and the service which it provides? Is he aware that many of my hon. Friends and I think that competition is the only answer if the Post Office is to provide the service that is needed? Has my hon. Friend given thought to some of the less competitive forms of the postal service in distant...

Lead in Petrol (23 Ion 1979)

Sir Archie Hamilton: I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to reduce the permitted lead content of petrol; and for connected purposes. Every day in our cities and on our roads, every hour of every day, uncounted thousands of our children, with every breath they take, are being silently and furtively poisoned by minute particles of lead. These particles are tasteless, odourless and invisible. This...

Orders of the Day — Official Information Bill (19 Ion 1979)

Sir Archie Hamilton: Might this not fall into the category of a self-financing productivity deal?

Independent Broadcasting Authority (Local and Community Radio) (26 Gor 1978)

Sir Archie Hamilton: I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to make further provision with respect to the duty of the Independent Broadcasting Authority to provide local sound broadcasting services; and to make consequential provision in connection with those services. Such is the topicality of the Bill that it could be treated as an extension of the question-and-answer session that we have just...

Independent Broadcasting Authority (Local and Community Radio) (26 Gor 1978)

Sir Archie Hamilton: I am afraid that this Government could be in danger of adopting the attitude of Mr. Brezhnev, who, when asked by a western reporter what he thought of the freedom of the press, replied: Such things should not be allowed to destroy the relationship of the trust and affection which must develop between a Socialist Government and its people. We need more local radio stations, if for no other...

Orders of the Day — Economic Situation (14 Meh 1978)

Sir Archie Hamilton: I am grateful to be called to speak in this important debate and for this opportunity to make my maiden speech to the House. I was lucky enough to have been elected in the recent by-election to a constituency in one of the most pleasant and sought-after areas of the country. But, in common with most places, Epsom and Ewell has its problems, and the one that has been most persistent is that...


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