Canlyniadau 101–120 o 1672 ar gyfer speaker:Peter Tapsell

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Banking Industry (Taxation) ( 6 Med 2011)

Peter Tapsell: As we are discussing banking, may I again put it to the Chancellor that further delay in ring-fencing retail banking from investment banking can only perpetuate the appalling shibboleth that big banks cannot fail? Until we debunk that shibboleth, the capitalist system will remain at risk.

Public Disorder (11 Aws 2011)

Peter Tapsell: Why have our police been dispersing these hoods so that they can riot in other vicinities, instead of rounding them up? Does the Prime Minister remember that in 1971, at the peak of the opposition to the Vietnam war in the United States, the US Government brought 16,000 troops into Washington, in addition to the police, who rounded up and arrested the rioters and put 40,000 of them in the DC...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (29 Meh 2011)

Peter Tapsell: Despite the gravity of the financial situation against which the Bank of England is preparing contingency plans, have the Government also got a team working on the details of a new treaty, in case, as seems probable, the European Union has to be considerably changed?

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Eurozone (Contingency Plans) (20 Meh 2011)

Peter Tapsell: As several EU members have said that the only long-term solution to the crisis in the eurozone is establishing a fiscal union, has the Chancellor made it clear to them that there is no possibility of Britain joining that? As a member of the IMF, we are already playing a role in trying to bail out the European Union from its folly with its single currency.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Nuclear Deterrent (18 Mai 2011)

Peter Tapsell: Without, obviously, asking the Secretary of State to go into any sort of detail, will he make absolutely certain that the phasing out of Nimrod will not make our submarines more vulnerable to counter-attack?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (18 Mai 2011)

Peter Tapsell: Now that there is to be a full investigation into the abduction or murder of Madeleine McCann, is there not a much stronger case for a full investigation into the suicide or murder of Dr David Kelly?

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Monetary Policy Framework (10 Mai 2011)

Peter Tapsell: I also wish to pay tribute to the memory of David Cairns. May I ask the Chancellor how the co-ordination is organised to achieve a synthesis between our tight fiscal policy and our lax monetary policy?

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Middle East and North Africa (26 Ebr 2011)

Peter Tapsell: May I suggest to my right hon. Friend that it may be over-optimistic to assume that the civil war in Libya will cease when Colonel Gaddafi departs the scene? As he knows, the estrangement of Tripolitania and Cyrenaica dates back to the Punic wars, which is why in 1946 Ernest Bevin wanted to restore Mussolini’s single Libya to its two historic entities. Moreover—if you will bear with me...

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Libya/European Council (28 Maw 2011)

Peter Tapsell: On the economic aspect of the Prime Minister’s statement, does he agree that the recent election in Germany shows that the German people have lost patience with the European Union, as have the British electorate?

Energy and Climate Change: Energy Supplies (24 Maw 2011)

Peter Tapsell: May I put it to the Minister that in the current dangerous and complex circumstances the most important key to the preservation of oil supplies is that Bahrain should remain in friendly hands, and that from the British point of view it is strategically far more important than Libya?

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Financial Regulation (22 Maw 2011)

Peter Tapsell: Does the Chancellor agree, as I do, with the Governor of the Bank of England in asserting that if we are to avoid another banking crisis in this country, we must have a complete separation between commercial and investment banks, which of course create these collateralised debt obligations?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Terrorist Organisations (15 Maw 2011)

Peter Tapsell: In the context of the very important question of Iran, may I tell my right hon. Friend that in my memory, since the days of Ernest Bevin, I have never known a Foreign Secretary surrounded simultaneously by so many difficult problems? I want to tell him how much I admire the coolness and efficiency with which he is dealing with them.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Japan and the Middle East (14 Maw 2011)

Peter Tapsell: Do President Obama and Chancellor Merkel support the idea of an intervention in another Islamic state?

Business of the House ( 3 Maw 2011)

Peter Tapsell: On the subject of Prayers, since we have a coalition Government, I am sure that my right hon. Friend will remember that Mr Gladstone said that Prayers were by far the most important business that the House ever conducted.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements ( 2 Maw 2011)

Peter Tapsell: While we must clearly do everything that we can to help the non-Libyans who are seeking to get out of that country, may we hope that the Libyans will be allowed to determine the fate of Colonel Gaddafi?

Oral Answers to Questions — Electoral Commission Committee: Aid Reviews ( 1 Maw 2011)

Peter Tapsell: May I warmly congratulate my right hon. Friend on a truly impressive statement, which was both highly practical and highly moral? May I also make a micro-economic point? It is one thing—and difficult enough—to establish projects in poor countries, but the most difficult thing of all is ensuring their subsequent daily, humble maintenance. When I walked around poor villages in Africa and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Deputy Prime Minister: Recall of MPs ( 1 Maw 2011)

Peter Tapsell: Will extreme care be taken in the drafting of the legislation to ensure that in absolutely no circumstances will a recall of a Member of Parliament be possible because of the way in which a Member votes or speaks—however objectionably—or because he changes party, as Winston Churchill did on two occasions?

Business, Innovation and Skills: Bahrain (17 Chw 2011)

Peter Tapsell: As my right hon. Friend will know very well, Iran has long had a claim over the sovereignty of Bahrain, which raises delicate international problems at the present time. However, it is something on which the British Government and the Arab League can march together in giving support to His Majesty the King of Bahrain in resisting any attempt by Iran to exploit the present situation.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Bankers' Bonuses ( 8 Chw 2011)

Peter Tapsell: Do Treasury Ministers agree that the real problem with bankers' bonuses is that they are paid not out of profits, but out of revenues? Taxing banks after the bonuses have been paid merely depresses dividends, particularly for pension funds. Why are bankers' bonuses not paid out of profits, as they always were by my very efficient stockbroking firm?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (19 Ion 2011)

Peter Tapsell: Did my right hon. Friend tell the Prime Minister of France last week that Britain will never permit fiscal control of its economy by the European Union?

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