Canlyniadau 121–140 o 458 ar gyfer speaker:Mr John Hume

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Assembly: Committee on Standing Orders ( 1 Gor 1998)

Mr John Hume: Remember the Progressive Unionist Party.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Assembly: Committee on Standing Orders ( 1 Gor 1998)

Mr John Hume: The answer to Dr Paisley’s question about the Social Democratic and Labour Party is that we can count. There are 108 Members in the Assembly, 18 of whom will be on the Committee. That works out at one Committee representative for every six Members — the most democratic arrangement.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Assembly: Committee on Standing Orders ( 1 Gor 1998)

Mr John Hume: Hold on a minute.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Assembly: Committee on Standing Orders ( 1 Gor 1998)

Mr John Hume: The three parties that are represented entirely accurately are the Alliance Party (one representative for six Members), Sinn Fein (three for 18) and the Social Democratic and Labour Party (four for 24). Let us look at the Unionist parties’ representation. The United Kingdom Unionist Party is over-represented, as is the Progressive Unionist Party. Together, the Unionist parties are well...

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Assembly: Committee on Standing Orders ( 1 Gor 1998)

Mr John Hume: They did not.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: Assembly: Committee on Standing Orders ( 1 Gor 1998)

Mr John Hume: This shows how much the Member is told.

Cynulliad Gogledd Iwerddon: First Minister (Designate) and Deputy ( 1 Gor 1998)

Mr John Hume: I would like very much to second the motion made by Mr Taylor. The proposal symbolises the fundamental objective of this institution, which is to have the representatives of both sections of the community working together in the best interests of all. I look forward to seeing that transforming our relationships.

Northern Ireland (Belfast Agreement) (20 Ebr 1998)

Mr John Hume: rose—

Northern Ireland (Belfast Agreement) (20 Ebr 1998)

Mr John Hume: May I place on record our deep appreciation for the detailed work that the Secretary of State and her ministerial colleagues have done in arriving at this agreement? I am sure that, in so doing, I speak for the vast majority of the people of both sections of our community. May I join her in thanking the Prime Minister for the priority that he gave to the greatest human problem facing the...

Bloody Sunday (29 Ion 1998)

Mr John Hume: May I express my very deep appreciation to the Prime Minister for his statement? He is very right when he underlines the terrible tragedy that that day was. I know something about it, having been the only public representative on those streets on that day. It is therefore right and proper—this is an objective that no reasonable person should oppose or could oppose—that the full truth be...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Beef Farming (14 Ion 1998)

Mr John Hume: In the light of the expected very positive and welcome statement this afternoon in Strasbourg by the European Commission to relieve the beef crisis, will the Minister—I join the hon. Member for West Tyrone (Mr. Thompson) in asking this question—take the necessary steps to assist our farmers to recover their lost markets? Agriculture is by far our biggest industry, and this has been by...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (26 Tach 1997)

Mr John Hume: Does the Prime Minister agree that it is essential, and in the public interest, to establish the full truth of what happened on the streets of Derry on Bloody Sunday in 1972, especially in the light of the evidence now supplied to him by the Irish Government? What steps is he prepared to take to establish that truth?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements ( 9 Gor 1997)

Mr John Hume: Does the Prime Minister agree that the terrible events of recent days in Northern Ireland are basically and fundamentally symptoms of the underlying and deeper disease—our failure as a people to agree on how to live together—and that the symptoms have been truly terrible? Will he therefore agree and make clear that it is a priority of this Government to do everything in their power to...

Northern Ireland (25 Meh 1997)

Mr John Hume: I place on record my deep appreciation of the priority that the Prime Minister has given to the problems of Northern Ireland since taking office. By so doing, he has strengthened enormously among people at grass-roots level the will and the wish for peace and, therefore, the pressure to bring about peace. May I especially welcome the rational and reasonable steps that the Prime Minister has...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Peace Process (11 Meh 1997)

Mr John Hume: I join the rest of the House in welcoming the Secretary of State and her team. We look forward to working with them on all aspects of our problem. I also welcome and thank the right hon. Lady for the statement that she has just made about the peace process. I can tell the House from my own experience that an historic opportunity now exists to take the gun for ever out of our island politics...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (30 Ion 1997)

Mr John Hume: Is the Prime Minister aware that today is the 25th anniversary of one of the worst atrocities in the past 25 years in Northern Ireland, when the security forces shot dead 14 people on the streets of my city? Does he agree that the more than 3,000 people who have died in the past 25 years have all suffered atrocity, and that their families have suffered trauma because of such tragedies? Given...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (19 Tach 1996)

Mr John Hume: Given the Government's praiseworthy efforts to promote agreement among the political parties in Northern Ireland, will the Prime Minister explain why the Minister responsible for education in Northern Ireland, the right hon. Member for Devizes (Mr. Ancram), proposes to reduce the number of education boards—which are the most highly respected cross-community bodies in Northern Ireland—from...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Security Situation (11 Gor 1996)

Mr John Hume: Given the Secretary of State's correct support and the Prime Minister's correct support for the decision of the Chief Constable on Sunday about the march at Drumcree, and given the events of the past four days—widespread intimidation, attacks on people's homes, businesses and churches, and blockages of airports, harbours, towns and roads—how can the Secretary of State explain today's...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Decommissioning (13 Meh 1996)

Mr John Hume: Does the Minister agree that the real task facing us now is to take the gun for ever out of our politics? In my own opinion and judging by my own experience, we now have the best opportunity ever to do so. Will the Minister reaffirm the fact that the real challenge that now faces us is that, although the talks process threatens no section of our people, it in effect challenges all of us to...

Opposition Day: Northern Ireland Economy (13 Mai 1996)

Mr John Hume: May I reiterate, in support of the hon. Member for Greenock and Port Glasgow (Dr. Godman), that a ferry between Scotland and Northern Ireland is the subject of widespread interest in Northern Ireland?


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