Canlyniadau 1661–1672 o 1672 ar gyfer speaker:Peter Tapsell

Orders of the Day — Timothy John Evans (15 Meh 1961)

Peter Tapsell: My hon. Friend said he felt that had he been a member of the jury, he would have found it difficult to agree to a guilty verdict. If I understood him aright, he went on to say that he neither favours the granting of a free pardon nor the establishment of another inquiry.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 11. — (Surtax: Reliefs for Earned Income.) ( 7 Meh 1961)

Peter Tapsell: The figures of Surtax given by the hon. Gentleman must be added to the 7s. 9d. standard rate which the Surtax payer already pays in Income Tax.

MR. Anthony Neil Wedgwood Benn ( 8 Mai 1961)

Peter Tapsell: As one of those who has pressed throughout for reform of the House of Lords on as wide a front as possible, may I ask the right hon. Gentleman to accept that that proposal was put in the form of a Motion, in the names of a number of my hon. Friends, and that its spirit was accepted a considerable time before polling day?

Ways and Means (National Health Service Contributions) (13 Chw 1961)

Peter Tapsell: Is the hon. Gentleman suggesting that if, when the occupant of the Chair tries to carry out the normal procedure in the normal way, the Opposition shout him down it puts the occupier of the Chair out of order?

National Health Service ( 8 Chw 1961)

Peter Tapsell: Does the hon. Lady recall that the leading social reformer of the day was Lord Shaftesbury, a Conservative?

National Health Service ( 8 Chw 1961)

Peter Tapsell: In her eloquent speech, the hon. Lady the Member for Cannock (Miss Lee) said that the language of priorities was the religion of Socialism. While I certainly would not find that a very satisfying—[Interruption.] For the benefit of hon. Members opposite, I have been told to speak until ten minutes past nine. Therefore, they will not have to put up with me for more than about ten minutes....

Orders of the Day — Southern Rhodesia (26 Gor 1960)

Peter Tapsell: I agree with a great deal of what the hon. Gentleman said, but I hope that he will not spoil his moderate speech by overstating the case. I am sure that the hon. Gentleman, who is a considerable authority on these matters, will agree that while by British standards African standards of living may be low in Southern Rhodesia. they nevertheless compare very favourably with those in most other...

Orders of the Day — Southern Rhodesia (26 Gor 1960)

Peter Tapsell: I wish briefly to speak in support of the general approach made by my hon. Friend the Member for Gravesend (Mr. Kirk). It is clear that there is now a serious situation in Southern Rhodesia. For many years it has rightly been the proud claim of Southern Rhodesia's Government that nobody has been killed in civil disorder in that country since 1896. That is a record which would compare...

Orders of the Day — Commonwealth Affairs (15 Maw 1960)

Peter Tapsell: I must ask the House to extend its traditional tolerance to a Member attempting to address it for the first time. This would be a very moving occasion for me in any case, but it has been made even more so by the two hon. Members who have spoken immediately before me. The hon. Member for Wednesbury (Mr. Stonehouse) is an old opponent of mine who routed me in a by-election a little over three...

Oral Answers to Questions — Nyasaland: Troops (10 Maw 1960)

Peter Tapsell: Will my right hon. Friend bear in mind that if an increase in the number of troops in Nyasaland is a necessary prerequisite to the ending of the emergency, that is something which some of us would very much welcome?

Oral Answers to Questions — African Territories: Civil Services (Conference) (16 Chw 1960)

Peter Tapsell: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies what current steps are being taken to review the need for building up local civil services in Africa.

Oral Answers to Questions — African Territories: Civil Services (Conference) (16 Chw 1960)

Peter Tapsell: I welcome that reply. May I ask my right hon. Friend whether overseas unofficial Ministers will be invited to attend this conference?

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