Canlyniadau 181–200 o 1334 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Victor Goodhew

Clause 2: The Assemblies (26 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: On a point of order, Mr. Godman Irvine. I apologise for interrupting the Minister again, but I really must protest, to get the record straight. I have been sitting in the Chamber throughout the debate. If the Minister has not been noticing that—

Clause 2: The Assemblies (26 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: On a point of order, Mr. Costain. It may not be within your knowledge, but when the Deputy Chief Whip moved the closure a number of my hon. Friends, who had been present throughout the debate and who wished to speak, were trying to catch the eye of the Chair. I hope that that will be taken into account when it comes to considering whether we should debate the motion, "That the clause stand...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Nuclear Weapons (25 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is the Secretary of State aware that the more that the Government continue policies of cutting away at our conventional forces the more likely it makes the thing that worries the hon. Member for Salford, East (Mr. Allaun), which is a first strike by this country in nuclear arms, the only way out?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: NATO Defence Ministers (25 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: asked the Secretary of State for Defence when he last met the Defence Ministers of the other member countries of NATO.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: NATO Defence Ministers (25 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Should the right hon. Gentleman not take early measures to meet these defence Ministers in view of the statement made by the Vice President of the United States in which he was reported to say that President Carter is committed to the NATO Alliance"—

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: NATO Defence Ministers (25 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I am reading President Carter's words— and wants to make it a more effective fighting force and deterrent in the face of continuing growth in Soviet military power".

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: NATO Defence Ministers (25 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I apologise, Mr. Speaker. I hope that I have made it clear to the right hon. Gentleman that President Carter is on record as saying that he wants to make the NATO Alliance a more effective fighting force and a deterrent, in view of increasing Soviet armaments. The President has also said that he is anxious to help with investment if the European Governments are prepared to follow him. Is the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Rhodesia (25 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: As it is clear from experience of majority rule in Africa that the local people tend to divide on tribal lines, would not Mr. Richard have been wiser to have tried for a deal with Bishop Muzorewa, who has the vast majority of Africans behind him, instead of hobnobbing all the time with Joshua Nkomo, who ratted on the 1961 constitution under pressure from the front-line Presidents, and Mr....

Orders of the Day — Road Vehicles (Registration Mark Transfers) (24 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Will the Minister give way?

Orders of the Day — Road Vehicles (Registration Mark Transfers) (24 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Will the Minister give way?

Orders of the Day — Road Vehicles (Registration Mark Transfers) (24 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. I was trying to take up a point that the Minister made but he refused to give way. He surely cannot give way now, even to one of my hon. Friends, having refused me—or perhaps he can.

Orders of the Day — Road Vehicles (Registration Mark Transfers) (24 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Perhaps the Minister will give way now.

Orders of the Day — Road Vehicles (Registration Mark Transfers) (24 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The hon. Gentleman is being unreasonable.

Orders of the Day — Road Vehicles (Registration Mark Transfers) (24 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Orders of the Day — Road Vehicles (Registration Mark Transfers) (24 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I am grateful to the hon. Gentleman. On several occasions he said that he would be able to make a case for abolishing the system, and he mentioned higher figures suggested by other interests. When he says he can make a case for abolishing the system, is he saying that he does not do so because he is frightened of putting out of work those who have forced him into this position?

Orders of the Day — Road Vehicles (Registration Mark Transfers) (24 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The Minister having said on at least two occasions that he could put a good case for abolishing the whole system, I asked him why he did not do so and abolish the civil servants with it.

Business of the House (13 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Dealing with the latter part of the business for Monday next, may I ask the right hon. Gentleman to confirm that one of the Government's proposals is to increase the size of the Official Report to something like a 1,000-page telephone directory? Or am I misunderstanding the situation?

Clause 1: Scotland and Wales Bill (13 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Mr. Victor Goodhew (St. Albans)rose——

Orders of the Day — Defence (12 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The hon. Lady appears to be concentrating only on defence industries. Does she not recognise that many of the redundancies in the past have been among Service men? How many Service men has she talked to about these proposals?

Industry and Commerce (20 Rha 1976)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The Minister of State will not answer because he was not listening.


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