Canlyniadau 161–180 o 1334 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Victor Goodhew

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Fishery Protection Aircraft (26 Ebr 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The Minister seems to have missed the whole point of the question asked by my hon. Friend the Member for Chingford (Mr. Tebbit), which is that aircraft in use have a limited life. Is not the hon. Gentleman aware that if the Nimrod aircraft are vital for surveillance in anti-submarine work—and from his answer he seemed not to be aware—the more he uses them for fishery protection the less...

Orders of the Day — Defence (28 Maw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The hon. Gentleman said that he thought that the Government had got it right. That was not the general view of the Expenditure Committee, upon which he sat. I did not notice a minority report by the hon. Gentleman.

Orders of the Day — Defence (28 Maw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I have a good deal of sympathy with much of what was said by the hon. and learned Member for Montgomery (Mr. Hooson), especially his later observations about standardisation. Indeed, so much sympathy do I feel with him that I hope that, despite the way in which his party stuck its neck out last week—I hope that the damage to his own has nothing to do with that—we shall find the hon. and...

Orders of the Day — Defence (28 Maw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The hon. and learned Member may take that view but many of us have been anxious about this in the past. What has happened—and I regret it—is that such conflicts have been made out to be racial when all the time they are East-West struggles. The ground has been prepared over the years for just what is happening now. It is absurd to note that at Helsinki the Western Governments accepted...

Her Majesty's Government (Opposition Motion) (23 Maw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. Is it in order for an hon. Member to suggest that my right hon. Friend the Leader of the Opposition is comparable with a drug addict? I suspect that you would not agree to that.

Her Majesty's Government (Opposition Motion) (23 Maw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: It is not in order and it is uparliamentary for the hon. Member to suggest that the Leader of the Opposition is comparable with a drug addict.

Defence (22 Maw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Would not the right hon. Gentleman agree that, whatever may be said about that, the lower the level of the NATO conventional forces as compared with the Warsaw Pact forces, the lower the nuclear threshold? One cannot dismiss it as lightly as the right hon. Gentleman is doing.

Business of the House (21 Maw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Will the Leader of the House ensure that before we begin the debate tomorrow we know what motion we are speaking upon?

Business of the House (21 Maw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Mr. Goodhew rose—

Business of the House (21 Maw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I hope you will agree that it is a genuine point of order, Mr. Speaker. The right hon. Gentleman the Leader of the House has given the impression that there will not be a motion before the House tomorrow. All we are trying to find out is whether, if there is not to be a motion before the House, you can or cannot guide us today or tomorrow.

Scotland and Wales Bill (Allocation of Time) (22 Chw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: As the right hon. Gentleman is accentuating the importance of the referendum, would it not be more sensible to allow the electors to hear the debates on all the various aspects which will affect their opinions in the referendum rather than guillotining debate on those aspects?

New Clause 40: Referendums in Scotland and Wales (16 Chw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Since these are to be consultative referendums, as English and Northern Ireland Members will be required to vote on the matter at the end of the day, why should their constituents not have a say? Why should not the people of St. Albans have the same right as I have to have a say in this matter?

Scotland and Wales Bill (15 Chw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The right hon. Gentleman is giving certain hints—

Scotland and Wales Bill (15 Chw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: On a point of order, Mr. Godman Irvine. Can you confirm that there is no guarantee that there will be any change or amendment to the new clause on which hon. Members can vote if they do not agree with the clause as it is? The Leader of the House has given the opposite impression.

Bill Presented: Rhodesia (Schoolchildren) ( 3 Chw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Pathological.

Bill Presented: Rhodesia (Schoolchildren) ( 3 Chw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: The Labour Party is pathological about Rhodesia. That is why Labour Members do not understand what my right hon. Friend the Member for Knutsford (Mr. Davies) has been saying to them.

Bill Presented: Rhodesia (Schoolchildren) ( 3 Chw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that it was Mr. Joshua Nkomo, who may be the person who is recruiting these young persons for guerrilla purposes, who accepted a constitution in 1961 which by now would have had the effect of a large number of Africans taking part in the government of that country but who, on the instructions of the OAU—the famous front-line Presidents—then withdrew?

Orders of the Day — Scotland and Wales Bill: Speaker's Conference ( 1 Chw 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: Further to that point of order, Sir Myer. I wonder whether I can help those English Members who are present. The Lord President has made it clear that there is to be no change in the representation of Scottish or Welsh Members in this House. He has made it clear that there is no question of a change into a system of first- and second-class Members of the House of Commons, in terms of debating...

Clause 2: The Assemblies (26 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: I apologise for interrupting the Minister in mid-flight. I have become concerned about the comings and goings on the Treasury Bench. The Government Deputy Chief Whip arrived after my hon. Friend the Member for Cleveland and Whitby (Mr. Brittan) got up to speak for the Opposition. My hon. Friend made it clear that he did not intend winding up the debate. The Government Deputy Chief Whip did...

Clause 2: The Assemblies (26 Ion 1977)

Mr Victor Goodhew: rose—


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