Canlyniadau 81–100 o 458 ar gyfer speaker:Mr John Hume

Orders of the Day — Justice (Northern Ireland) Bill: Clause 90 — Extent ( 4 Maw 2002)

Mr John Hume: Why did the right hon. Gentleman not discuss it with us?

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Police Reform (13 Chw 2002)

Mr John Hume: Does the Minister agree that the most fundamental and necessary principle of law and order in any society is agreement on the system of government—in other words, agreement on the system of order? When that is absent, no matter where it is, the police service will always be seen to be on one side or the other. Unfortunately, that was the situation in Northern Ireland. Now, that fundamental...

Oral Answers to Questions — Deputy Prime Minister: Global Poverty ( 9 Ion 2002)

Mr John Hume: Does the Minister agree that although it is essential and correct to give humanitarian aid to countries suffering from severe poverty, if we want to give them long-term and permanent assistance so that they can rely on themselves, the best way to assist them is to help them set up permanent education systems for the whole community? Does he agree that the point is strongly exemplified by...

International Terrorism and Attacks in the USA (14 Med 2001)

Mr John Hume: I join the House in expressing the deepest gratitude to the Prime Minister for bringing us together to speak, as we rarely do, with one clear voice about the terrible atrocities in the United States, and in expressing our deepest sympathies with the families of victims in the United States. We must utterly condemn those who carried out those atrocities and must work with the United States to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (18 Gor 2001)

Mr John Hume: May I place on record—I know that I am speaking for the vast majority of people in Northern Ireland—our deep gratitude to the Prime Minister for the enormous energy, commitment and work that he is putting into resolving our current crisis? In so doing, he has revealed that he sees that problem as the greatest human problem facing this House—although one might not believe that, listening...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireiand: Organised Crime ( 9 Mai 2001)

Mr John Hume: Does the Minister agree that there are organisations in Northern Ireland engaging in Mafia-style activity which want the absence of law and order to continue in order that they can develop their trade, particularly that in drugs, threatening our young people? Does not that underline the fact that all of us should do everything in our power as soon as possible after the elections to ensure...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (28 Maw 2001)

Mr John Hume: Given that the Government and the Opposition parties accept that the most democratic electoral system for local government, Assembly and European elections in Northern Ireland is the proportional representation system, does not the Prime Minister think that that system should be introduced for elections to this House?

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Paramilitary Violence (28 Chw 2001)

Mr John Hume: I join other Members in expressing deep gratitude to the new Secretary of State for the detailed attention that he is already giving to all aspects of our serious problems in Northern Ireland. Does he agree that, given the current level of paramilitary violence, there are those engaged in it whose objective is to ensure that there is an absence of law and order on the streets of Northern...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Peace Process (20 Rha 2000)

Mr John Hume: Does the Secretary of State agree that, in spite of our difficulties, substantial progress has been made and the atmosphere on our streets has been transformed by peace? We have made progress that no one could have forecast years ago; we have an Assembly that is representative of all sections of our people working positively together; and we have an executive Government of all sections of our...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (20 Rha 2000)

Mr John Hume: In the light of the Prime Minister's discussions in Nice last week, does he agree that European union is the best example in the history of the world of conflict resolution, given the first half of the previous century, when in two world wars millions of human beings were slaughtered? Who could have forecast that the same peoples in the second half of that century would come together? For...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Fuel Taxation ( 9 Tach 2000)

Mr John Hume: May I raise with the Chief Secretary a question that I asked yesterday on a matter of serious concern in my part of the world? The petrol industry in Northern Ireland has suffered most from the fuel crisis. A litre of petrol costs 85p on our side of the border, whereas it costs 60p a litre on the other side, so the petrol industry in Northern Ireland is being totally wiped out. Would the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Petrol Prices ( 8 Tach 2000)

Mr John Hume: Does the Minister agree that the region that is suffering most from the petrol crisis is Northern Ireland, particularly the border counties, because of the enormous difference in price on each side of the border—85p a litre on our side and 60p a litre on the other? That is an incredible threat to the petrol industry on our side of the border, and also to the shopping centres as a result of...

Opposition Day: Patten Report ( 6 Ebr 2000)

Mr John Hume: In reply to the point made by the right hon. Member for Bridgwater (Mr. King),there is no doubt that we want a police service that has the loyalty of the entire community and membership from all sections of our community. As I have often said, the basis of law and order in our society is fundamentally agreement on how it is governed; where that is absent, the police, no matter who they are,...

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Assembly: Election of Deputy Speakers (31 Ion 2000)

Mr John Hume: I propose Mr Donovan McClelland.

Patten Report (19 Ion 2000)

Mr John Hume: I thank the Secretary of State for his statement. My party will study it in detail. We look forward to working with him and with the other parties to implement the Patten report in full. This is a time for reflection. It is worth reflecting on the fact that the basis of order in any society is not the police force but agreement on how we are governed. That is the most fundamental principle...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Decommissioning (12 Ion 2000)

Mr John Hume: Will the Secretary of State point out to all the people who continually ask negative questions about decommissioning that they are being most unconstructive and ignoring all the positive things that have happened, with peace restored to our streets? They do not seem to have noticed that the main political parties, the official Unionists, my party and Sinn Fein are all totally committed to the...

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Assembly: Shadow Statutory Committees (29 Tach 1999)

Mr John Hume: I select the Regional Development Committee and nominate Denis Haughey.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Assembly: Shadow Statutory Committees (29 Tach 1999)

Mr John Hume: I nominate Dr Joe Hendron to be Chairman of the Health, Social Services and Public Safety Committee.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Nomination of Ministers (Designate) (29 Tach 1999)

Mr John Hume: Minister of Higher and Further Education, Training and Employment — Mr Sean Farren.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Nomination of Ministers (Designate) (29 Tach 1999)

Mr John Hume: I nominate Brid Rodgers as Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development.


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