Canlyniadau 21–40 o 55 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Sydney Tierney

Counter-Inflation Policy (20 Gor 1977)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I can still repeat to my hon. Friend, even after the reference that he has made, that that part of the social contract dealing with prices and incomes made a positive contribution in a difficult situation. If he is saying that it is getting more difficult, that is another matter, but it made that contribution in that difficult situation. In successive periods of wage restraint the term...

Counter-Inflation Policy (20 Gor 1977)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I appreciate that this is an area which we can look at from both angles. We are concerned with holding prices, and holding profits will help to hold prices. It is right that we should watch the situation concerning profits and controlling prices. There must be no extra disability placed on workers in the distributive industry in going for the same kind of increases because the Government...

Orders of the Day — Price Commission Bill (27 Ebr 1977)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I cannot follow my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State as enthusiastically as perhaps he would like, but I certainly do not want to follow the line of total destructiveness adopted by the hon. Member for Gloucester (Mrs. Oppenheim). With the present powers expiring on 31st July, I am pleased that my right hon. Friend has taken the opportunity to review the prices situation. We had a...

Orders of the Day — Drugs (Adverse Effects) (16 Maw 1977)

Mr Sydney Tierney: My subject for this Adjournment is the reporting of the adverse side effects of drugs. While the Department of Health and Social Security has overall responsibility for the reporting of adverse reactions, the Committee on the Safety of Medicines—a Government agency—advises the Minister on the safety, the quality and the efficacy of individual drug products for human use. The committee is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Services: Mobility Allowance ( 8 Chw 1977)

Mr Sydney Tierney: Is my hon. Friend aware that the extension of outdoor mobility help for young people has been warmly received throughout the country? How many applications have been received for children between the ages of 5 and 10?

Oral Answers to Questions — Bills Presented: Dismissal of Employees (Redress of Grievances) (26 Ion 1977)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I rise to oppose the Bill. The hon. Member for Bury St. Edmunds (Mr. Griffiths) said that the Bill is a limited measure, not designed to attack the trade unions or the principle of the closed shop but simply to provide redress for those who lose their jobs, where a closed shop is operated, because of exclusion or expulsion from a trade union. That may or may not be so—

Oral Answers to Questions — Bills Presented: Dismissal of Employees (Redress of Grievances) (26 Ion 1977)

Mr Sydney Tierney: —but I remind the hon. Gentleman that in seeking leave to introduce a Bill on this subject he is reopening an issue that has been debated recently in the House at great length, particularly in our debates on the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Amendment) Act. The arrangements made for dealing with cases like this—arrangements were made—were finally accepted by Parliament at that...

Oral Answers to Questions — Bills Presented: Dismissal of Employees (Redress of Grievances) (26 Ion 1977)

Mr Sydney Tierney: Some people who successfully avoid paying their dues to trade unions feel that they must tell the shop floor about it. They boast about their achievements and they ridicule the rest and point out that they are paying for something which they are getting for nothing. I maintain that they are very disruptive on the shop floor. They disunite the shop floor and the harmony is gone. Production is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Bills Presented: Dismissal of Employees (Redress of Grievances) (26 Ion 1977)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I am sorry that I cannot say something that pleases the Opposition. I shall continue to oppose the motion. We on the Government side of the House are as concerned as the Opposition about freedom and the problems of persons who find themselves, in this kind of situation, being excluded from trade union membership, especially for reasons that are frivolous or malicious. We also believe that...

Prayers: Eraldin ( 6 Aws 1976)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I am glad of the opportunity to raise as a subject the use of the drug Eraldin and its effects. Perhaps I ought to give a brief explanation at the very beginning in order to avoid any confusion. Practolol is a drug sold under the trade name Eraldin. It is a drug used for the treatment of angina and other serious heart disorders. If I may, I shall refer to Practolol by its trade name, Eraldin....

Orders of the Day — Birmingham Airport ( 7 Gor 1976)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I take this opportunity of raising the future development of Birmingham Airport. Following the decision in 1974 to abandon the Maplin Airport project, the Department of Trade has produced reports on airport strategy for Great Britain. Report No. 1 was published in November 1975, and is primarily concerned with the airports in London and the South-East. Report No. 2, which was recently...

Orders of the Day — Supply: Young People (Employment) (21 Meh 1976)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I am sure that most hon. Members accept that the present level of unemployment is intolerable and that we want to do what we can to bring it down. I understand that every year 500,000 young people leave our schools, technical colleges and universities. They are young and idealistic and see starting work in some trade or profession as achieving some goal at which they have been aiming and...

Orders of the Day — RATING (CARAVAN SITES) BILL [Lords] ( 3 Maw 1976)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I do not own a caravan and I do not pretend to understand the deep ramifications of these principles but, like other hon. Members, I want to make representations on behalf of my constituents. The hon. Member for Melton (Mr. Latham) said that, apart from abortion and hare coursing, he had received more correspondence about this matter than about any other. I would say that it is a matter not...

Orders of the Day — Dock Work Regulation Bill (10 Chw 1976)

Mr Sydney Tierney: Whatever the facts and whatever the fears, whatever the fiction and whatever the fantasies generated by the Bill, most of my hon. Friends regard the Bill as a genuine attempt by my right hon. Friend to update and improve, in the light of modern requirements, the National Dock Labour Board, which exists by virtue of the Dock Workers Employment Scheme of 1967. We all know and understand that...

Potatoes (28 Ion 1976)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I feel the responsibility of keeping the House later at this time of the morning, but the subject I want to introduce is one long delayed and worthy of some debate before now. I am glad of the opportunity to introduce a debate on the supply, marketing and prices of the potato, or how did the humble "spud" achieve stardom? Perhaps, as some others put it, the King Edward rules supreme as the...

Orders of the Day — Employment Protection Bill: Mobility and Health Allowances (29 Hyd 1975)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I am grateful for the opportunity to raise the question of mobility and health allowances. One of my interests over a number of years has been the many problems of the disabled. I am sure that it is also an interest of many hon. Members. In particular I have worked on committees concerned with the employment of the disabled and the compilation of registers of disabled people who want to...

Orders of the Day — Employment Protection Bill: Mobility and Health Allowances (29 Hyd 1975)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I am sure that my hon. Friend will give consideration to the matters raised by my hon. Friend the Member for Leeds, West (Mr. Dean). The argument about the safety of the three-wheeler has led to some despondency and despair among some users. They have believed that they will have to give up their three-wheelers when the new scheme commences in January of next year. I understand that my hon....

Orders of the Day — POLICYHOLDERS PROTECTION BILL [Lords] (18 Gor 1975)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I have sat for a long time listening to this debate, and because I have in mind today's rather light timetable, I hope that we are all insured against any breakdown or strain caused, because I want to gallop through my points. We know the reasons why the Bill has been introduced. I shall not enter into controversy about those reasons. I shall not bore hon. Members with the details. of which...

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL: Vat: Higher Rate (17 Gor 1975)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I apologise for being absent from the Chamber at the beginning of the debate. I was confined in a Standing Committee. Many of my hon. Friends have expressed their unhappiness about the clause. This was registered in an Early-Day Motion, which carried a good number of names of Labour Members. I am sure that most Members of Parliament have had correspondence and representations regarding the...

Orders of the Day — British Leyland Bill (21 Mai 1975)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I shall not follow the argument of the right hon. Member for Down, South (Mr. Powell) who made his learned contribution on economic viability and short-term and long-term solutions. I make my contribution on the basis of my understanding of the Leyland factories in my constituency and the people who work in them. I welcome the Bill and what it offers to do in ensuring the continuance of a...


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