Canlyniadau 81–100 o 1334 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Victor Goodhew

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (17 Ebr 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Perhaps I may remind the hon. Gentleman that during the Budget debates last year he and his party refused to vote against the increase of 5½p in petrol duty yet in the debates on the Finance Bill they joined my right hon. and hon. Friends in voting for the removal of that increase, which he and his party had allowed to be put on. They then claimed the credit for reducing petrol taxation. I...

Orders of the Day — The Royal Air Force ( 3 Ebr 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I appreciate the need to consider the people who suffer in the areas where low flying takes place, but the hon. Gentleman appears to have said that the pilots will not be able to fly as low as they will have to fly in operational circumstances, and that they will not be able to fly as fast as they should. If they are not to be allowed to do either of those things, how are they to be trained...

Orders of the Day — The Royal Air Force ( 3 Ebr 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: In a defence debate in another place on 7th December, Lord Peart, who was replying to the debate, said that the Government had great sympathy with the predicament of the forces and wish to restore them to comparability as soon as possible but that this would have to depend upon the general economic situation and constraints of the time. The next day, the Home Secretary announced the terms of...

Orders of the Day — The Royal Air Force ( 3 Ebr 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: At this late hour I do not wish to follow the speech of the hon. Member for Hackney, South and Shoreditch (Mr. Brown) in everything that he said, but at a time when the threat is constantly increasing and we are faced by more and more advanced and sophisticated weapons and aircraft on the other side, we have to look to numbers and to the advances in our own Air Force as well. I should like...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Pay Policy (23 Maw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Will the Chancellor tell the House why it is that the Government have guaranteed to the firemen that they will be restored to comparability regardless of the financial constraints of the day and why he has not made the same promise to the Armed Forces?

Orders of the Day — Defence (14 Maw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I shall not emulate the Under-Secretary in the time he has taken partially because of his provocative statements and abuse of my right hon. and hon. Friends. Neither shall I pursue many of the matters that he pursued because I have, in anticipation of Mr. Deputy Speaker's request, cut down my speech. I have some serious things to say which I hope to put in a serious manner and not in the...

Orders of the Day — Defence (14 Maw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I was talking about the threat to this country.

Orders of the Day — Defence (14 Maw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I was talking about the threat to this country and the free world, and I shall content myself with that. I say to Government Members that no one should be the least bit surprised by recent events. We know perfectly well that the Russian doctrine is that the ideological struggle should be continued and pursued by all means. We have seen Angola with a Marxist Government imposed by force by...

Orders of the Day — Defence (14 Maw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I will read it to the hon. Member. He might learn something from it. It reads: Sir—Over a period of several years now I have watched my husband's pay fall behind that of non-Servicemen. I have witnessed the gradual whittling away of his enthusiasm as more and more work receives less and less recognition.I have felt the burden of the extra money we have to find every year as our bills...

Orders of the Day — Defence (14 Maw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: If hon. Members listened, they might learn what is going on in the Armed Forces. I do not imagine that many of them ever bother to visit the Armed Forces to find out.

Orders of the Day — Defence (14 Maw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I shall continue with the letter. The lady who wrote it was saying that she resented various matters, including the extra hours my husband works without the benefits of overtime, and above all the indifference of the Government to our fundamental right to a fair deal. The letter is signed by Mrs. Serena Allen of Portsmouth.

Orders of the Day — Defence (14 Maw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: That would only help to keep salaries down, as it does for members of trade unions elsewhere in the country.

Orders of the Day — Defence (14 Maw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Perhaps I may tell the Secretary of State about the plight of an RAF pilot whose wife has written a letter. At 45, he was told that he could no longer continue as a pilot and that he would have to leave the Service or retrain for something else. Now, a few years later, he finds that the Minister is asking pilots to stay on after 55. So a man of 45 is retrained and is doing a job that he does...

Orders of the Day — Scotland Bill (22 Chw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. Are we not debating the Third Reading of the Bill, and is the right hon. Gentleman entitled to discuss measures other than the Bill that is before us?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Empty Dwellings (21 Chw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: How many of these houses are empty because members of the Armed Forces simply cannot afford to pay the rents because of their abysmally low pay?

Orders of the Day — Members' Secretaries and Research Assistants (21 Chw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is not it a fact that hon. Members are required to declare to the Inland Revenue the amounts which they pay to their secretaries and then to declare, below the line, the amount they draw from the Fees Office in respect of the sum which they pay to their secretaries? Therefore, I hope that there is no question of there being any possibility of difficulty about being thoroughly straightforward...

Orders of the Day — Scotland Bill (14 Chw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Surely the Minister understands that there are a number of his right hon. Friends who are, to say the least, not sympathetic towards the European Community. If there is a Secretary of State who is not sympathetic to the European Community, might he not decide not to point out to the House or to anybody else that a Bill going through the Scottish Assembly is not compatible with our obligations...

Overseas Aid ( 8 Chw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to revise the arrangement for the granting of aid to overseas countries; and for purposes connected therewith. Overseas aid can be a most controversial subject. Views on its effectiveness and value range over a wide sphere. At one extreme there are those who cannot see the sense of Her Majesty's Government borrowing vast sums at high...

Overseas Aid ( 8 Chw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The hon. Lady wrote her speech before hearing me.

Overseas Aid ( 8 Chw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. I did not suggest that aid should be withdrawn—


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