Canlyniadau 141–160 o 1334 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Victor Goodhew

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

Mr Victor Goodhew: It is the Government's view that I wish to know.

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: It is one of those strange coincidences that, on a day when we should be debating the future of the Royal Air Force, we have a Private Notice Question about a serious accident in which two members of the crew of a Royal Air Force aircraft and also civilians were killed. I hasten to add my condolences to the relations of those, both in the Royal Air Force and civilians, who were killed in this...

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I was referring to the pressures of Members of the Left Wing, most of whom will not be satisfied—and the hon. Gentleman knows that they will not be satisfied—until they have cut defence expenditure to the point where we might as well abandon our defences altogether. That is the only thing that will satisfy many of them. It is purely a case of putting party before country, for the Prime...

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: It is all very well the hon. Gentleman saying "Nonsense". It was only under pressure from my right. hon. and hon. Friends—

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: It may not have been a starter in the minds of the Ministers in the Ministry of Defence. I said that it was a matter on which the Government were prepared to renage. It was only under pressure, which I am sure the hon. Gentleman was glad to have to support his line, that there was a change of mind, and a decision, which has been used by the Ministry of Defence to honour the commitment, was...

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I see no reason for laughter on the Treasury Bench. I see cause for joy in sinners who repent. I hope that I am right in saying that the few Government supporters here today, who are almost entirely concentrated on the Treasury Bench, share our satisfaction in the fact that the Government were prevented from reneging on a commitment which was a firm promise. We then come to the latest...

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The Prime Minister presented it to the House. I have not heard of a single Service Minister resigning as a result of the Prime Minister having presented it to the House. The Prime Minister could have sent it back if he did not like it. But he presented it to the House, and Service Ministers are now sitting back and saying that it has nothing to do with them. It has a good deal to do with...

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I am quite certain that no Service man will waste one week's additional pay on buying it. What is so depressing is that there are already many Service men who are facing severe financial hardship. To turn for a moment to one of the other Services, almost half the married soldiers in Ulster who face dangers day by day which no one in this House or this country faces are forced to claim rent...

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I am asked to stop scowling. I think I am entitled to scowl, but if it makes the news any easier for the hon. Gentleman I shall smile. To what depths of meanness are the Government prepared to sink? Is there no one, not even the Under-Secretary of State for Defence for the Royal Air Force, who will demand that this whole question be looked at again? I do not ask him to answer now. He has a...

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The Minister of State shakes his head. I should be glad to hear how long it is likely to take from the moment that the need is seen to the moment that the aircraft can be used. It is obvious that men with rifles could be carried in these aircraft, but what about heavier equipment? These passenger aircraft are not equipped with big doors to enable one to put in Land Rovers, field guns, and so...

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: If the right hon. Gentleman is capable of speaking to one person and listening to his replies at the same moment as he is listening to the speech of another, he is a new breed of human being, and we welcome him to this House. It is quite ridiculous that we should have a risk of this sort, apparently accepted, presumably, by the Secretary of State for Defence and the Under-Secretary of State...

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Yes, there is no question but that the Nimrod is one of the most valuable aircraft that we have, and in terms of looking after these various areas assigned to the Royal Air Force, it is a great mistake, as I am sure all my right hon. and hon. Friends agree, to cut the force by 25 per cent. I come now to the question of air defence, which requires us to ensure the freedom of movement across...

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I am grateful to the Under-Secretary. I was not trying to claim any credit for myself, because I was not involved in representations to the Government about the gratuity question. I said that my right hon. and hon. Friends were involved. I have a letter written from the Ministry of Defence to a retired officer who inquired about this matter. It states: You may now have seen from further Press...

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: We oppose the defence review and the cut of 50 per cent. in transport aircraft. The Minister knows that. Furthermore, he must know that if he reduces the transport fleet of the Royal Air Force by 50 per cent. he is increasing its dependence and the Army's dependence on the civil airlines. Whereas it might be reasonable in certain circumstances to rely upon passenger aircraft for carrying...

Orders of the Day — Royal Air Force ( 4 Mai 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: It has been claimed that, in arriving at the increases, tax increases have been taken into account for the Armed Forces but not for civilians, and, therefore, civilians will be much better off with their 5 per cent. There is widespread feeling about this matter. Will the Minister comment on it?

Orders of the Day — Southern Rhodesia (28 Ebr 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Does the right hon. Gentleman know why the order must be passed now? It will only be an irritant and make it more difficult for his right hon. Friend the Foreign Secretary to come to an agreement. I understand that a resolution was passed a year ago. Why are we being asked to approve the order now when it will cause the maximum possible damage?

Orders of the Day — Southern Rhodesia (28 Ebr 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Nonsense.

Orders of the Day — Southern Rhodesia (28 Ebr 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Does my hon. and learned Friend realise that the Foreign Secretary, who is the only Labour Member to have been to Rhodesia to see conditions for himself, has withdrawn from the Chamber and is no longer listening to the debate? Is that not a significant factor?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: NATO Nations (Expenditure) (26 Ebr 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: asked the Secretary of State for Defence what plans he has to discuss with NATO Defence Ministers the implementation of his commitment to secure real annual increases in defence expenditure.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: NATO Nations (Expenditure) (26 Ebr 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that, despite what he says, the fact that the Government continue cutting in the face of such undertakings can result in an undermining of the confidence of other NATO allies, an undermining of the will of the Government and their commitment to NATO, and an under mining of the whole principle of collective defence that is implicit in NATO? Is he aware that...


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