Canlyniadau 41–60 o 1334 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Victor Goodhew

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Expenditure (17 Meh 1980)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Will my right hon. Friend assure the House that we shall continue our endeavours to gain a 3 per cent. increase in real terms, as agreed with our NATO allies?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Rhodesia (Ceasefire Medal) (15 Ebr 1980)

Mr Victor Goodhew: asked the Secretary of State for Defence what representations he has received concerning the striking of a medal to be awarded to members of Her Majesty's Armed Forces who monitored the ceasefire in Rhodesia.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Rhodesia (Ceasefire Medal) (15 Ebr 1980)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is my right hon. Friend aware that that answer will give some satisfaction to those who admire greatly the conduct of the officers and men who went to Rhodesia on what people who have served in the RAF would regard as a rather "dicey operation" demanding calm, cool courage? Does my right hon. Friend agree that their effectiveness in ensuring a ceasefire in the run-up to the election deserves...

Olympic Games (17 Maw 1980)

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

Olympic Games (17 Maw 1980)

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

Olympic Games (17 Maw 1980)

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

Olympic Games (17 Maw 1980)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I am grateful to the right hon. Gentleman for giving way. Is he really suggesting to the House today that there is any comparison between the Government—[HON. MEMBERS: "Yes".] Wait for it. Is the right hon. Gentleman really suggesting that there is no difference between the Government of South Africa today and the tyranny that rules in Moscow now? If the is saying that, his case is lost.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Cruise Missiles (11 Maw 1980)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is my right hon. Friend aware that the vast majority of the British people, seeing Russian imperialism in its latest mood, are only too well aware of the need for us to be adequately armed and to spend accordingly?

Orders of the Day — Zimbabwe Bill (12 Rha 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Does not the hon. Gentleman think that the constitution that was acceptable to Joshua Nkomo in 1961, and which would have given him all he hoped for sooner than he had expected, should have been supported by Labour Members?

Orders of the Day — Zimbabwe Bill (12 Rha 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I want to refer the hon. Lady to 1961, when Sir Edgar Whitehead, as Prime Minister of Southern Rhodesia, as it then was, and part of the federation, produced a constitution that was bound in time to bring the black Africans to power on the basis of their education and their financial situation. Mr. Joshua Nkomo welcomed that proposal with great gratitude and then went off to see Mr. Nkrumah...

Orders of the Day — Zimbabwe Bill (12 Rha 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: It would have been very different.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Harrier AV8B Aircraft (27 Tach 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: asked the Secretary of State for Defence what plans he has to buy American-built Harrier AV8B aircraft for the Royal Air Force.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Harrier AV8B Aircraft (27 Tach 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is my hon. Friend aware that that answer will bring great consolation and gratification to all those who believe most firmly in this British aircraft, which is now being developed to the great advantage of the NATO Alliance?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Provincial Rail Services ( 7 Tach 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Can my right hon. Friend assure me, if there are not to be massive cuts, that at least he will not cut the Watford to St. Albans line, which is a very convenient alternative to those who find the electrification of the St. Pancras to Bedford line, with its bad timekeeping at the moment, rather inconvenient?

Adjournment (Summer) (26 Gor 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. For the benefit of the House, can you explain whether hon. Members are able to debate the subjects that they would like to debate if we were to stay here for another fortnight, or whether they are merely allowed to state what subjects they would like to debate if we did stay here that extra time?

Southern Africa (25 Gor 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is the hon. Member saying that in that case he would prefer that there should be a settlement by force of arms in Rhodesia rather than that there should be a settlement by the ballot box, which has taken place and which the hon. Member seems to be ignoring completely?

Southern Africa (25 Gor 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: A Labour Prime Minister invited the United Nations to impose mandatory sanctions against Rhodesia. The Tory Party, when in Opposition, voted against that. Why does the right hon. Gentleman think that a party which voted against mandatory sanctions should be obligated to follow him in the Lobby tonight or on any other occasion?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister (Engagements) (24 Mai 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is my right hon. Friend aware that the hon. Member for Aberdeen, North (Mr. Hughes) was on record the other day on the wireless as suggesting that Mr. Mugabe and Mr. Nkomo together had a majority of the people of Rhodesia behind them? As 64 per cent. of the electorate voted for people other than them, is he not badly informed on the whole subject?

House of Commons (Refreshment Facilities) (26 Maw 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: In view of the right hon. Gentleman's belief in the need to have arms for the country's security, how is it that he mentions, on page 5 of the White Paper, under "Defence and Deterrence", the Government's objective of general and complete disarmament under strict and effective international control"? Does he really still believe in complete disarmament in a world in which the Soviet Union is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Arms Control Negotiations (13 Chw 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Can the Secretary of State tell the House of any arms control agreement with the Soviet Union which has not resulted in advantage to the Soviet Union and disadvantage to the West?


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