Canlyniadau 1961–1978 o 1978 ar gyfer speaker:Glenda Jackson

Orders of the Day — Asylum and Immigration Appeals Bill ( 2 Tach 1992)

Glenda Jackson: The issue of asylum and its possible denial is of particular concern to my constituents. Hampstead and Highgate, in common with many other parts of the country, has played an historic role in providing a haven for those fleeing war and tyranny. In the late 18th century my constituency was home to many refugees fleeing the French revolution's reign of terror. Some 200 years later it provided...

Orders of the Day — Asylum and Immigration Appeals Bill ( 2 Tach 1992)

Glenda Jackson: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

English Heritage (26 Hyd 1992)

Glenda Jackson: Could the Secretary of State elaborate a little more on what is meant by "properly caring" for such sites? The Opposition have no argument with local management of sites by local people, but we are concerned because local people may have to provide the funds. Certain sites may lose their natural character by being taken over by the entrepreneurial spirit, or may be closed to the general...

Prayers: Policing (London) (23 Hyd 1992)

Glenda Jackson: I feel sure that the hon. Member for Uxbridge (Mr. Shersby) did not mean to imply that rape ceases to be rape if the victim knows her attacker. I and, I am sure, the majority of hon. Members would find that entirely unacceptable. I am delighted to see the hon. Member for Uxbridge nodding his head in confirmation of my presumption. The hon. Member for Westminster, North (Sir J. Wheeler)...

Prayers: Policing (London) (23 Hyd 1992)

Glenda Jackson: Between 70 and 80 per cent. of juveniles leaving prison custody reoffend within two years. Does the hon. Gentleman say "Hear, hear" to that? Such sentences do not provide a short, sharp shock but a short, sharp training course in how to become a more successful criminal. The Government must also provide the resources for the youth, community and leisure services that are so vital in...

Prayers: Policing (London) (23 Hyd 1992)

Glenda Jackson: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Orders of the Day — Homelessness ( 9 Gor 1992)

Glenda Jackson: I am grateful to the hon. Lady for giving way. Last week there was a meeting of the all-party group on homelessness in this place to consider the precise issue that the hon. Lady is talking about—single homeless 16 to 18-year-olds. Five young people were present. One had had to leave home because the domestic situation was unbearable and untenable, and three had been in care all their lives...

Bills Presented: Hospital Security ( 7 Gor 1992)

Glenda Jackson: I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to require persons responsible for hospitals to maintain prescribed standards of security; and for connected purposes. The Bill is an attempt to deal with the growing and disturbing trend of violence within our nation's hospitals. On 24 May, a constituent, Mr. Graeme Woodhatch, while a patient at the Royal Free hospital in Hampstead and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Patients Charter (16 Meh 1992)

Glenda Jackson: Does the Secretary of State agree that the patients charter is virtually worthless if patients and staff in the nation's hospitals can be subject to violent and, in the case of one of my constituents, mortal attack by intruders? Does she further agree that an independent inquiry into funding and staffing levels for hospital security is long overdue, and will she take the necessary steps to...

Red Routes (London) (11 Meh 1992)

Glenda Jackson: If the Minister would like to see people dancing outside the Churchill hall in Finchley road tonight, he should scrap the proposed red route there. If he is unwilling to accept my evidence, will he be good enough to accept the evidence that I have received from a consortium of small businesses in Finchley road which has stated that if the red route goes ahead it will be catastrophic? It is...

Red Routes (London) (11 Meh 1992)

Glenda Jackson: rose—

Business of the House (11 Meh 1992)

Glenda Jackson: Will the Leader of the House find time next week to summon the Secretary of State for Health to the House to answer questions about security in our nation's hospitals? On 25 May Mr. Gordon Woodhatch, one of my constituents, while a patient of the Royal Free hospital in my constituency, was murdered. My correspondence to date with the Secretary of State, the first letter demanding an...

Business of the House (11 Meh 1992)

Glenda Jackson: My apologies, Madam Speaker. It is just that this issue has caused such concern not only to my constituents but to the relatives of my constituent who was killed that I shall be grateful for the Secretary of State's response.

Earth Summit ( 3 Meh 1992)

Glenda Jackson: Will the hon. Lady give way?

Earth Summit ( 3 Meh 1992)

Glenda Jackson: Will the hon. Lady give way?

Earth Summit ( 3 Meh 1992)

Glenda Jackson: I am grateful to the hon. Lady for giving way on the issue of vested interests and rain forests. The vested interests that operate at present in the Brazilian rain forests are so concerned about those forests that they do nothing but cut them down. What is the hon. Lady's response to that? Private industries, which in many instances have private armies, are involved. Some 18 million hectares...

Earth Summit ( 3 Meh 1992)

Glenda Jackson: Will the hon. Lady give way?

Privatisation (11 Mai 1992)

Glenda Jackson: I thank you for calling me, Madam Deputy Speaker, and I add my congratulations to those that have been offered by those who have spoken before me. I pay tribute not only to my predecessor, Sir Geoffrey Finsberg, but to his predecessor, Ben Whitaker, who represented my constituency and my party from 1966 to 1970. I mean to emulate his dedication, if not his length of stay in the House. I have...


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