Canlyniadau 41–55 o 55 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Sydney Tierney

Orders of the Day — Industry Bill (Allocation of Time) (12 Mai 1975)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I shall not take up much of the time of the House because I merely wish to make two brief points. I shall direct my remarks to the guillotine as such rather than contemplate any deep considerations about the content of the Bill. As I was not a member of the Committee I am not aware what has transpired in terms of times and sittings. It would appear that time wasting or filibustering is one...

Orders of the Day — Industry Bill (Allocation of Time) (12 Mai 1975)

Mr Sydney Tierney: That responsibility rests with the Committee, and if the Committee chooses to spend its time filibustering and not being constructive, and if the Opposition in Committee makes that decision and it does not work out, it is their responsibility. Time is allocated in this House for debates. We have a programme from Monday to Friday. Question Time is allocated certain periods of time and so are...

Oral Answers to Questions — Community Service ( 8 Mai 1975)

Mr Sydney Tierney: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department when he expects the extension of community service arrangements to all the probation and after-care areas in England and Wales to be completed.

Oral Answers to Questions — Community Service ( 8 Mai 1975)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I thank my hon. Friend for his answer. In view of the good response to the pilot schemes in various parts of the country, I am sure that the Department is aware of the urgent need to extend such schemes nation-wide. Whether in the West Midlands or anywhere else where there are financial restrictions or staff shortages, will the Department give probation and after-care service committees all...

Orders of the Day — Trade Union and Labour Relations (Amendment) Bill: Repeals of the Principal Act (12 Chw 1975)

Mr Sydney Tierney: It may be an unusual way of beginning a speech, but I should like to begin by confessing that when I took part in the debate on Second Reading I thought that the Bill had something to do with British industry and with millions of workpeople who would be affected by it. I commenced my speech by saying that I knew nothing of editors' problems. That has been corrected. Within the last two or...

Orders of the Day — Trade Union and Labour Relations (Amendment) Bill: Repeals of the Principal Act (12 Chw 1975)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I am trying to point out that we are talking about collective bargaining as a whole and not freedom of the Press. We are talking about closed shop situations. The greater number of British working people are neither organised nor in closed shops. The Bill will give some of them an opportunity so to be. That is one of the strong reasons why I support the Bill.

Orders of the Day — Trade Union and Labour Relations (Amendment) Bill: Repeals of the Principal Act (12 Chw 1975)

Mr Sydney Tierney: Unions actively encourage closed shops because they are well-tried and successful. All employers find them useful, and some openly encourage them, as we saw even during the period of the Industrial Relations Act. Governments have had occasion to deplore their restrictions on a few individuals, but they cannot effectively legislate against them, as we have seen. This we all know. It is the...

Orders of the Day — Trade Union and Labour Relations (Amendment) Bill ( 3 Rha 1974)

Mr Sydney Tierney: It is a different team now, Cyril.

Orders of the Day — Trade Union and Labour Relations (Amendment) Bill ( 3 Rha 1974)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I will be relatively brief, Mr. Deputy Speaker, in order to give other hon. Members the chance to speak before nine o'clock.

Orders of the Day — Trade Union and Labour Relations (Amendment) Bill ( 3 Rha 1974)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I know nothing of editors' problems, but I can describe how some of these matters are received on the shop floor. In my view, the history of industrial relations in this country shows an attitude of indifference. Industry has never afforded the time or the money or had the will to work for a major development of industrial relations. Industrial relations have become the target of knockers and...

Orders of the Day — Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Bill (28 Tach 1974)

Mr Sydney Tierney: When speaking in any debate in this House I think that one ought to think very carefully about what is to be said and how it is to be said, and, although not always successful, be as logical and reasonable as possible. However, when speaking in a debate on Northern Ireland one must try to be more careful and more thoughtful, and have a deep sense of wondering. Has what I have to say been said...

Orders of the Day — Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Bill (28 Tach 1974)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I shall conclude my speech in a moment to give other hon. Members a chance to take part in the debate. Perhaps the hon. Lady will have an opportunity to speak later. It is always the strict interpretation and application of the small print that is important in any legislation. To make this measure effective will need the widest publicity and understanding of our people. They are not to be...

Terrorism (25 Tach 1974)

Mr Sydney Tierney: Does my right hon. Friend agree that the victims involved in last week's outrage, irrespective of colour, religion or origin, and although mostly young people, represent a normal cross-section of the Birmingham community? Further, does he agree that the other basic factor that they have in common is that they are all innocent victims? Does he accept that during my visits to some of the...

Orders of the Day — Sharp Report ( 1 Mai 1974)

Mr Sydney Tierney: This is the first time that I have had an opportunity to speak in a debate on this subject, and I say straight away that I am impressed with the concern and sincerity shown on both sides of the House. We have a controversial report before us on a controversial subject. It must be controversial because of the many needs of the disabled. There are many arguments and many interests which tend...

Orders of the Day — Noise (20 Maw 1974)

Mr Sydney Tierney: I am grateful to you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for giving me this opportunity to address the House, even at this hour in the morning—although it is not a time I would have chosen to inflict a maiden speech upon anyone. Before turning to my subject, as the new Member for Birmingham, Yardley I wish to express my appreciation and that of my constituents for the hard work and conscientious service...


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