Canlyniadau 61–80 o 458 ar gyfer speaker:Mr John Hume

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (25 Meh 2003)

Mr John Hume: As the Prime Minister is aware, I have written to him on several occasions about the dangers of Sellafield. Now that he has clear research evidence of the serious damage that Sellafield is doing to the Irish sea, does he not think that the time has come to close it down?

Economic and Monetary Union ( 9 Meh 2003)

Mr John Hume: Does the Chancellor agree that the logic of a single market is a single currency? What is the meaning of a single market without a single currency? Let us imagine the largest single market in the world competing with us—the United States' single market—and what would happen if one of the states had a different currency. The logic of a single currency for a single market is powerful. Does...

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Planning Appeals (13 Mai 2003)

Mr John Hume: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what proposals the Government have to introduce the right of third party appeals in the planning process in Northern Ireland; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Regional Planning (Enforcement) (13 Mai 2003)

Mr John Hume: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many times enforcement action has been taken by the (a) regional planning offices and (b) the sub offices in Northern Ireland in each of the last six years.

Iraq (26 Chw 2003)

Mr John Hume: This is a time to do a lot of thinking about the future. Our generation is living through the biggest revolution in the history of the world—the technological, telecommunications and transport revolution. As a result, our world is a much smaller place than the world of the past. Therefore, we should recognise that we are in a stronger position to shape that world. As we enter this new...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements ( 8 Ion 2003)

Mr John Hume: Given the enormous damage that the drugs industry has done to young people and the huge increase in crime that it is creating across the world, should it not be the priority of every Government to come together and act internationally to end that industry? As it also funds terrorist organisations across the world, international action should be taken to wipe it out and deal with the countries...

Policing (Northern Ireland) ( 2 Rha 2002)

Mr John Hume: I entirely agree with the Government's assertion in the amendment that we have made substantial progress in creating peace on our streets. There is no doubt that the atmosphere is totally transformed from what it was a few years ago, but a 300-year quarrel—the past 30 years have been about the worst—is not healed in a week or a fortnight. There is no instant solution; there is a healing...

Policing (Northern Ireland) ( 2 Rha 2002)

Mr John Hume: Yes, this is important. This is only the second time I have said this, and the hon. Members did not even bother to listen to me the first time.

Policing (Northern Ireland) ( 2 Rha 2002)

Mr John Hume: Yes, there should be order over there. For the first time ever, the people of the north and the south voted overwhelmingly on how they wished to live together. It is the duty of all true democrats throughout Ireland to implement the will of the people. That vote sent a clear message to the IRA. Historically, it has always said that it is acting in the name of the Irish people. If it now wants...

Policing (Northern Ireland) ( 2 Rha 2002)

Mr John Hume: I want to repeat what has been said. The time has come to leave the past behind us, because if we keep on dragging it up, we keep on dragging up the problem. We should therefore look to building a new future together, but in leaving behind the past as it relates to the behaviour of the Unionist parties, and so forth, we should do the same in relation to all behaviour, and build a new future...

Northern France ( 2 Rha 2002)

Mr John Hume: We are living through the greatest revolution in the history of the world in telecommunications, transport and technology. As a result, our world is much smaller, and for that reason immigration from deprived countries is far greater. Does the Home Secretary think that, in addition to the positive work that he is doing to deal with the problem, there should be substantial international...

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Planning Applications ( 2 Rha 2002)

Mr John Hume: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland with reference to Planning Applications A/1999/0879/0, A/2001/0661/RM and A/2002/0167/RM, for what reason the Planning Service in Northern Ireland did not act to require this new development to comply with original planning permission guidelines as far as it impinges on the rights and privacy of the existing residents.

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Planning Applications ( 2 Rha 2002)

Mr John Hume: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will make a statement regarding his policy on protecting the rights of existing residents when the Planning Service are considering granting planning approval for new housing developments.

Written Answers — Home Department: Magillagan Prison (28 Tach 2002)

Mr John Hume: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will make a statement on the appropriateness of HMP Magilligan as a holding centre for asylum seekers; and whether it is his policy that asylum seekers should share accommodation with people serving sentences for criminal offences.

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Northern Ireland Assembly (27 Tach 2002)

Mr John Hume: Given that for the first time in history the people of Ireland, north and south, have overwhelmingly, by voting for the agreement, stated how they wish to live together, it is therefore the duty of all true democrats to implement the will of the people. That sends a message to certain people on both sides. It sends a message to the paramilitaries such as the IRA, which since its foundation...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Smuggling (10 Gor 2002)

Mr John Hume: Given that the petrol industry is the biggest cross-border industry, will the Minister and the Secretary of State strongly support the proposals that I have put to the Chancellor of the Exchequer to save the petrol industry? The tax on fuel has closed petrol stations in Derry, Tyrone, Fermanagh, Newry and Armagh, and instead of bringing the Government extra money, the tax has lost them £400...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (26 Meh 2002)

Mr John Hume: In the light of recent serious public information about the murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane, will the Prime Minister and the Government respond positively to the Finucane family's request for a special inquiry into that terrible murder?

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Community Violence (12 Meh 2002)

Mr John Hume: Leaving aside the two areas in which there has been serious sectarian activity, does the Secretary of State agree that in the rest of Northern Ireland there is massive support on the streets for the peace process? Does he agree that the atmosphere in those streets has been transformed, and that the peace process has the substantial support of both sections of our community? Secondly, is he...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Castlereagh Police Station ( 1 Mai 2002)

Mr John Hume: Given that the Castlereagh security office would be regarded as one of the highest-security offices in Northern Ireland, does the Secretary of State agree that it is highly unlikely that members of paramilitary organisations could enter that building without being recognised?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements ( 1 Mai 2002)

Mr John Hume: Will the Prime Minister confirm that he has received the largest amount of correspondence from individuals on one subject that any Prime Minister has ever received, given that more than 1 million cards have been received from citizens across Ireland expressing their deep concern about the safety of the Sellafield nuclear plant? Is he prepared to take the necessary steps to remove those concerns?


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