Canlyniadau 61–80 o 1334 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Victor Goodhew

Orders of the Day — Vaccine Damage Payments Bill ( 5 Chw 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I welcome the Bill. Many Members must have come across the impact on parents and know what it is like to be faced with severely mentally or physically handicapped children. I came across this problem first when I became a Member of Parliament 20 years ago. Before the boundary changes my constituency of St. Albans contained four psychiatric hospitals, which I visited. Having two healthy...

Industrial Situation ( 5 Chw 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is not the right hon. Gentleman aware that this is a medical service with which we are dealing? Who are the trade unions to decide what clinical decisions shall be taken, what is a real emergency and what is not? What does he mean when he says that unions are being consulted about this? Are they not exactly the wrong people to take the decisions? Should he not be taking his advice from his...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prices and Consumer Protection: Price Increases (Prevention) (22 Ion 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: When pursuing these investigations, will the Government take account of the fact that jobs depend on profitable companies, that investment depends on profitable companies, and that by destroying such companies and asking taxpayers to subsidise the companies that lose money the Government are destroying the economy of the country?

Industrial Situation (22 Ion 1979)

Mr Victor Goodhew: On a point of order. Mr. Speaker. As all the applications for emergency debates came from the Conservative side of the House, may I ask you whether hon. Members who put down those applications will be heard before those who did not bother.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Vehicle Exhaust Emissions ( 8 Tach 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: asked the Secretary of State for the Environment if he is satisfied that a maximum level of 0·40 grammes of lead in a litre of petrol will result in the removal of all risks to health from vehicle exhaust emissions; and, if not, what action he is taking in this matter.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Vehicle Exhaust Emissions ( 8 Tach 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The Question that I asked was whether the right hon. Gentleman was satisfied that such a level would remove all risks to health. Could he, please, answer that?

Rhodesia ( 7 Tach 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is the hon. Gentleman not aware that in 1961 Sir Edgar Whitehead, Prime Minister of the then Southern Rhodesia, offered a constitution which Mr. Joshua Nkomo welcomed as being an advance for the political aspirations of the black Rhodesians that he never expected to see in his lifetime, and that it was only when Mr. Joshua Nkomo had seen Mr. Nkrumah and one or two other then front-line...

Prayers: Business of the House ( 2 Tach 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Can the right hon. Gentleman tell the House why a gift of arms to Zambia was made before the House of Commons had an opportunity to debate it?

Parliamentary Building (28 Gor 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Having served for the shortest time of any hon. Member of the Sub-Committee, I shall speak for the shortest time in the debate. I can claim no credit for what is in the report, but I endorse every word in it and I also endorse the remarks of my hon. Friends about the work of my hon. Friend the Member for Bristol, West (Mr. Cooke), who led the Sub-Committee with great aplomb. Much credit is...

Business of the House (27 Gor 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Further to that point of order, Mr. Speaker. Will it be possible for the Lord President to put down a motion, which we can debate and divide upon, deciding whether the House will release him from his undertaking?

Orders of the Day — Dividends Bill (27 Gor 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I was amused by the fact that what the hon. Member has done is to repeat some of the arguments made by my hon. Friend the Member for Horncastle (Mr. Tapsell), in a speech which the hon. Member has just said was a bad speech. The hon. Member is in danger of leading us to believe that he is making a bad speech.

House of Commons (Catering Staff Dispute) (27 Meh 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Further to the point of order, Mr. Speaker. As the Lord President has been kind enough to say something on the matter, may I ask him whether it is possible to get the strike delayed by 24 hours? For instance, I have 60 constituents coming to the House this evening. It is impossible for me to contact all of them to tell them not to come.

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Debt Relief and Common Fund (26 Meh 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Will the right hon. Lady tell the House whether she has had international agreement to Item 39, Overseas Aid Class 11.8, in the Supply Estimates, which was a grant of £50,000 to the Trades Union Congress? Will she tell us what it was in aid of?

Orders of the Day — Armed Forces (Pay) (22 Mai 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Will the Secretary of State give way?

Orders of the Day — Armed Forces (Pay) (22 Mai 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is the Secretary of State aware that the Top Salaries Review Body, which deals with Ministers' pay and the pay of Members of Parliament, is not required to say over what period it thinks that increases should be spread? It says what it thinks Members of Parliament and Ministers should get and leaves it to the Government to accept responsibility. Why is the Secretary of State leaning on the...

Orders of the Day — M1, Dunstable — London (12 Mai 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is my hon. Friend aware that my constituents in Redbourn have to live with unendurable conditions? Heavy traffic travels along the narrow High Street all the time, but, because of the combination of the peak hour build-up and the repairs, heavy lorries and other vehicles travel down side streets in an effort to avoid the High Street and they put at risk the lives of the children who attend...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Baor (25 Ebr 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: asked the Secretary of State for Defence what recent representations he has received regarding the non-eligibility for social security benefits of members of Her Majesty's Armed Forces serving in Germany.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Baor (25 Ebr 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: In that case, the hon. Gentleman must be aware that, although they pay United Kingdom income tax and, indeed, national insurance contributions, the members of the Armed Forces in Germany are not eligible for any social security benefits. Is not the Under-Secretary aware that there are many families whose tour has some time to go when a son finishes school, and he is suddenly unable to obtain...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Armed Forces (Bargaining Machinery) (25 Ebr 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is the Secretary of State aware that the Armed Forces certainly do not want trade unions? What they want is Ministers who will support them and who are effective in so doing. Is he further aware that he and his right hon. and hon. Friends will be judged on their effectiveness by the statement to be made this afternoon?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Prime Minister (Engagements) (25 Ebr 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Will the right hon. Gentleman try to find time today to see his Press Secretary and to ask him how it was that a letter on the subject of forthcoming changes at the head of the two intelligence services was wrongfully sent to the editor of the Morning Star? Will he ask him whether that was an error or whether it was done on purpose?


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