Canlyniadau 101–120 o 1334 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Victor Goodhew

Africa (Soviet Policy) ( 6 Chw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The hon. Member for Lichfield and Tamworth (Mr. Grocott) began by talking about self-determination. Is it not true that at this moment Mr. Smith, together with black African leaders, is trying to agree on a settlement based on universal franchise and a multi-racial State which would be self-determination? At the same time our Foreign Secretary is combining with others outside to impose a...

Africa (Soviet Policy) ( 6 Chw 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The answer lies through the ballot box, not through the barrel of a gun.

Orders of the Day — Employment Protection Bill (20 Ion 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The hon. Member talks of the Industrial Relations Act. Has he never heard of that famous White Paper "In Place of Strife", introduced by his right hon. Friend the Member for Blackburn (Mrs. Castle)? What happened to that, and why?

Orders of the Day — Employment Protection Bill (20 Ion 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The right hon. Lady spoke this morning.

Schedule 10: MR. Paul Bramwell (17 Ion 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I am grateful to you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, and the House, for the opportunity to raise the case of a constituent of mine, Mr. Paul Bramwell, who died in tragic circumstances, in an accident at a gravel quarry at Hatfield Heath on 30th January 1976. The family believes that the accident was the result of negligence on the part of Mr. Bramwell's employers and their agents and therefore believes...

Orders of the Day — Civil Aviation Bill (16 Ion 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The House is a frustrating place. There must be a good deal of masochism about all of us who come to serve here. There is nothing more frustrating about a Member's duties than trying to battle with aircraft noise on behalf of his constituent. The Minister knows this, as he knows that we are butting our heads against a brick wall. More and more people want to fly and, even with larger and...

Orders of the Day — Scotland Bill (11 Ion 1978)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Further to that point of order, Mr. Murton. It seems to me that it would be most unfortunate if the whole question of financing of the Assembly were not debated in the House. My right hon. Friend the Member for Crosby (Mr. Page) has hit upon a way which might make that possible without bending the rules.

Armed Forces (Pay) ( 9 Rha 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is it not the Secretary of State for Defence who should be fighting the case for the Armed Forces? Is it not he who is ultimately responsible for the morale and the state of the Forces? Should not he be the negotiator, making certain that he is not overridden by any of his Cabinet colleagues?

Armed Forces (Pay) ( 9 Rha 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Will not the hon. Gentleman admit that he has done some moonlighting himself in writing a book? As it is in denigration of the Royal Family, I hope that he will not sell any copies.

Armed Forces (Pay) ( 9 Rha 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: One of the saddest and most disgraceful things about the subject we are discussing is that we are talking about a section of our community whose qualities are those that we are supposed most to admire. Hon. Members who have visited Armed Forces during their parliamentary duties—and I have done so over many years—whether in Aden during the Radfan troubles, Borneo during the Indonesian...

Bermuda ( 5 Rha 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: In his answer to my right hon. Friend the Member for Knutsford (Mr. Davies), the right hon. Gentleman said that since taking office he had taken certain measures to extend the degree of self-government in Bermuda. Will he tell the House what those measures are?

Crown Agents ( 5 Rha 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Were there any witnesses who refused to give evidence to the Fay Committee and, if so, would there be any greater powers under this proposed inquiry to require them to give evidence?

Oral Answers to Questions — Oral Anwers to Questions: Belgrade (29 Tach 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that Basket III of the Helsinki agreement included the free movement of peoples? Will he make clear to Mr. Brezhnev, privately if he wishes, that until the Berlin Wall is pulled down and the death strip torn up there can be little credibility in the good intentions of the Soviet Government?

Part Vi: Rate Support Grant (22 Tach 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Ridiculous.

Part Vi: Rate Support Grant (22 Tach 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that Hertfordshire Members asked to see him, the Secretary of State, or anyone else who was prepared to talk to us, about the effect of the RSG changes on our county and that we were denied a meeting before the settlement was announced last week? What opportunity is there for us to influence the Government if decisions are made before we have talked to Ministers?

Petition: Redbourn (18 Tach 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: With your permission, Mr. Speaker, and that of the House, I beg leave to present a petition signed by the Chairman and Secretary of the Redbourn Association, which represents some 570 housewives in Redbourn. The petition reads: To the Honourable the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Parliament assembled—The humble petition of residents of Redbourn and...

te Support Grant (11 Tach 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: With your permission Mr. Speaker, and with the leave of the House, I beg to present a petition on behalf of the chairman and members of the Harpenden and District Ratepayers Association dealing with the same matters as have been set out by other petitioners and read by other hon. Members. I do not think that I need read the whole of the text, which is beautifully written as in the other...

Orders of the Day — Crime ( 7 Tach 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Always the same way round.

Orders of the Day — Crime ( 7 Tach 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that his hon. Friend the Member for Sheffield, Hillsborough (Mr. Flannery) was on a BBC radio programme this morning entitled "Today" and in the course of an interview said that the police were responsible for the trouble? Does he repudiate that statement entirely? Will he tell his hon. Friends of the Left that any attempts to undermine public confidence in...

Orders of the Day — Crime ( 7 Tach 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Repudiate it.


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