Canlyniadau 121–140 o 1334 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Victor Goodhew

Orders of the Day — Crime ( 7 Tach 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Here it comes!

Debate on the Address ( 3 Tach 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: What did the right hon. Gentleman do in 1974?

Debate on the Address ( 3 Tach 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Sheer hypocrisy.

Debate on the Address ( 3 Tach 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Of course I dare. Will the right hon. Gentleman give way?

Debate on the Address ( 3 Tach 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: It is inevitable that on this, the first day of the five-day debate on the Gracious Speech, hon. Members' contributions should seem somewhat disjointed as there is no common theme or special subject. Therefore, we are all tending to ride our own particular hobby horses around the Chamber. I hope that hon. Members who have spoken before me will not think me discourteous if I do not take up...

Adjournment (Summer) (28 Gor 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. Is it in order for the right hon. Gentleman to attempt now to rehash the whole debate that we had last Tuesday?

Adjournment (Summer) (28 Gor 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Surely, it is a matter for the Chair, Mr. Deputy Speaker, whether the right hon. Gentleman continues. He is entitled to discuss those matters which he feels should be debated now rather than after the recess. But he should not go through every debate that we have had during this Session of Parliament.

Adjournment (Summer) (28 Gor 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The hon. Gentleman seems to be suggesting that it is only hon. Members on this side of the House who take advantage of their position. But there are many right hon. Members on the Government Front Bench who have acquired assets over their lifetime which they certainly would not have acquired had it been a matter of skill in some outside job.

Counter-Inflation (Continuation Ofenactments) (27 Gor 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Having complained on many occasions about not being sent abroad on visits, the hon. Gentleman will remember that he visited the Far East at the time of the Indonesian confrontation. He will remember that he visited Borneo as a member of the party in which I was involved. When we arrived, he was anxious because he was asked to ride in a minibus instead of a staff car. I remember very well the...

Redundancy Payments (27 Gor 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: It is essential that something should be done to protect you, Mr. Speaker, from what is going on. Surely the Leader of the House is required to explain the position. It cannot be accepted that simply because, with the present Leader of the House, this sort of thing has happened before, it may continue. It has happened far too often in the past. The House cannot—[Interruption.] Hon. Members...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Mozambique (13 Gor 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: If the hon. Gentleman will not take this matter to the United Nations, will he at least accept the right of the people of Rhodesia to self-determination and not have his policy dictated to him by the front-line States which are guilty of this sort of thing?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Nato ( 5 Gor 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: When the right hon. Gentleman meets the NATO Defence Ministers and raises the subject of improved readiness, will he be able to assure them that British forces can be ready without the use of British Airways aircraft and Sealink ferries, or, if not, that these will be readily available?

Clause 1: Army, Air Force and Naval Discipline Acts ( 5 Gor 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I apologise for having left the Chamber to make a quick telephone call. I shall do my best not to skate on thin ice. I pay my tribute to the discipline in the Armed Services, a subject on which we are all agreed. I spent many hours on the Committee which considered the Armed Forces Act 1975, which increased the sentencing powers of commanding officers and set up a civilian court in Germany...

Clause 4: Proposals to Investigate Price Increases (21 Meh 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Further to that point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. It might be for the convenience of the House, and it might shorten the debate—which I am sure is what you want and what all hon. Members want—if the Secretary of State were to answer the question that has been posed about his intentions. We have asked him this question and he has not answered. He just says that he wants the Bill through...

Petitions: Disabled Persons (Vehicles) (13 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I beg to present a petition to the House containing signatures collected in my constituency. I shall not read the whole preamble, because I wish to save the time of the House, but the main prayer is as follows your humble petitioners pray that your honourable House call upon the Secretary of State for Social Services to promote policies and propose such necessary legislation as will: (A)...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Hydrocarbon Oil etc. ( 9 Mai 1977)

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

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Hydrocarbon Oil etc. ( 9 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Mr. Goodhew rose—

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Hydrocarbon Oil etc. ( 9 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Not at all.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Hydrocarbon Oil etc. ( 9 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Mr. Goodhew rose—

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Hydrocarbon Oil etc. ( 9 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: May I ask a question?


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