Canlyniadau 161–180 o 458 ar gyfer speaker:Mr John Hume

Prayers: Northern Ireland (21 Ion 1994)

Mr John Hume: No; the hon. Gentleman missed the point that the Irish Prime Minister was making.

Ireland (Joint Declaration) (15 Rha 1993)

Mr John Hume: May I express to the Prime Minister and to Mr. Reynolds my deep appreciation for the enormous amount of energy that they have put into trying to grasp the hope of peace—a hope which is shared by the masses of people on both islands? Having read the joint declaration, I think that it is one of the most comprehensive declarations that has been made about British-Irish relations in the past 70...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Inter-party Talks ( 2 Rha 1993)

Mr John Hume: Following what the Secretary of State has just said, he will reaffirm that the talks process to which both Governments and all parties agreed involved facing up to all the relationships that go to the heart of the problem, and those relationships include relationships with this Parliament. Have the Government already agreed a relationship with any party in this Parliament behind the backs of...

European Council (Special Meeting) ( 1 Tach 1993)

Mr John Hume: rose—

European Council (Special Meeting) ( 1 Tach 1993)

Mr John Hume: May I join the Prime Minister in condemning the horrific slaughter in Greysteel on Saturday evening of so many decent people? May I also say that it is an insult to the memory of the decent people of the Shankill road who were murdered the previous week to use their murder as a reason for murdering others? Let no one be under any illusion: in a divided society, solutions can never be brought...

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: The first point that ought to be made is clear. The murder that has just been condemned had already been unanimously condemned across the House before the hon. Members for Antrim, North (Rev. Ian Paisley) and for Mid-Ulster (Rev. William McCrea) arrived. If what is happening on our streets were happening on the streets of any part of England, Scotland or Wales, the House would be packed to...

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: You have never talked to a paramilitary organisation? You have never heard of the Ulster Protestant—

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: Has the hon. Member for Antrim, North (Rev. Ian Paisley) never talked to a paramilitary organisation?

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: Has he ever visited the offices of the Ulster Defence Association in Belfast? Has he ever heard of the Ulster Protestant Volunteers, who were the first people to start violence during the present troubles—the bombing of the Silent valley, the bombing in Ballyshannon and the first killing of a policeman in the Shankill road, constable Arbuckle? What about the third force, and marching on...

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: Is not the UDA a—

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: I asked the hon. Member for Antrim, North whether he could say that he had never talked with a paramilitary organisation. His reply was that he has not talked to a banned organisation. The UDA is a paramilitary organisation—has he never talked to it?

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: You have never gone into its office on the Shankill road?

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: Sorry, Madam Deputy Speaker. Recently I saw a photograph in a newspaper showing the leader of the official Unionist party marching with a sash around his neck, surrounded by hooded men. Suppose that I had done that—

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: I have not degenerated anything [Interruption.]—Hold on.

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: No. I am replying to the hon. Members who have made accusations in, and outside, the House. I have never sat down with paramilitary organisations. To work together with them and to achieve a political objective—[HON. MEMBERS: "What about Gerry Adams?"] To work together with them, to achieve a political objective [Interruption]—

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: Both Unionist parties in the House sat around the table with a body called the Ulster Workers Council, which included paramilitaries, to bring down the only partnership and power-sharing Executive for which the House ever voted and which we ever had in Northren Ireland. There is no doubt about that. Northern Ireland was set up when the sovereignty of this Parliament was overthrown in...

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: I have been dealing with what I described as the Unionists' mind set, which is to hold all power in their own hands and exclude everyone else. I have also been replying to the accusations that they have made against me—wholly false accusations, of course—which are dangerous and irresponsible in the present atmosphere. [Interruption.] May I be allowed to speak?

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: I shall move on. I said at the beginning that everyone must re-examine their attitudes. I have been asking the Unionists to re-examine the attitude of holding all power in their own hands, which is an exclusive approach. The nationalist community has to do the same because, all along, nationalism has been about territory —a territorial mind set. There is also a handed down notion in...

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: Yes, I will.

Northern Ireland (22 Hyd 1993)

Mr John Hume: First, let me say that my party and I have been in the front line against the violence of the IRA in particular for the past 20 years and our homes have been attacked on numerous occasions by its supporters. Now, because of irresponsible allegations, the homes of our members are being attacked by loyalist paramilitaries—


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