Canlyniadau 21–40 o 2179 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Dudley Smith

Asylum and Immigration (20 Tach 1995)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is my right hon. and learned Friend aware that any sensible, fair-minded person could do no other than support all his proposals? Is he further aware that, contrary to the hon. Member for Blackburn (Mr. Straw) said about the ethnic minority communities, many of them have been worried about employment because illegal immigrants impinge on their employment prospects? I am sure that many members...

Bills Presented: Parliamentary Procedure ( 2 Tach 1995)

Mr Dudley Smith: I wish to raise two points in the debate. I have already raised the issue of not sitting on certain Fridays with my right hon. Friend the Member for Honiton (Sir P. Emery), by way of intervention. One may align that with the fact that we often have less urgent business on Thursday evenings, which allows hon. Members to return to their constituencies to perform their constituency duties...

Bills Presented: Parliamentary Procedure ( 2 Tach 1995)

Mr Dudley Smith: The answer is that one cannot have it both ways. If hon. Members are able to return to their constituencies on a Thursday evening, they may make appointments there at 9 o'clock or 10.30 the next morning. Many of us have not attended the Chamber on a Friday for that reason and, consequently, our attendances on Fridays are extremely poor. Because of constituency commitments, we are often unable...

Bills Presented: Parliamentary Procedure ( 2 Tach 1995)

Mr Dudley Smith: This point is fundamental because the media consistently portray Members of Parliament scampering off as quickly as possible and voting for shorter hours. Anyone with a constituency outside London—if he is doing his job—knows that Fridays are essential because they are the only days of the week when a Member of Parliament has an opportunity of making contact with people who are also at...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: European Security (24 Hyd 1995)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is my right hon. Friend aware that the European Union's ambition to absorb the Western European Union defence organisation is deeply resented by those connected with the WEU and by many people outside, particularly in view of next year's intergovernmental conference? Is he also aware that the efforts made by his diplomats and officials in that sphere to achieve a sensible, middle-of-the-road...

Committee on Standards in Public Life (18 Mai 1995)

Mr Dudley Smith: The hon. Member for Warrington, North (Mr. Hoyle) will not be surprised to learn that I am diametrically opposed to much of what he said. I hope to pick up some of the points that he made in what must necessarily be a brief speech. I have been a management consultant for the past 21 years but I have never felt uneasy about operating in the House. I have given political and governmental...

Business of the House (18 Mai 1995)

Mr Dudley Smith: I note that my right hon. Friend did not mention the implementation of the Boundary Commission proposals. When are we likely to get the relevant legislation?

Post Office (11 Mai 1995)

Mr Dudley Smith: While many of us have complained from time to time that a letter has been unexpectedly delayed by the postal services, is it not a fact that postal services in other advanced countries are a joke compared with our service, which is extremely efficient? Is my right hon. Friend aware that the postal service in this country has improved enormously in the past few years? Is he not wise and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Research and Development (10 Mai 1995)

Mr Dudley Smith: Does my right hon. Friend agree that research and development is extremely expensive? There is absolutely no guarantee of success, but it is absolutely vital to the future of Britain or of any country. In the circumstances, may I reiterate what the hon. Member for Cambridge (Mrs. Campbell) said? We need always to pay attention to the tax position as well as other measures. My hon. Friend's...

Business of the House (30 Maw 1995)

Mr Dudley Smith: My right hon. Friend will be aware that the Government have promised to introduce legislation on aircraft noise at a suitable time. Is he aware that there is deepening anxiety in mid-Warwickshire about night aircraft noise that is generated at the small Coventry airport? In view of that fact, does he think that it would be a good idea to have a general debate in the House about aircraft noise...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Investment ( 8 Maw 1995)

Mr Dudley Smith: Does my right hon. Friend agree that it is essential that he continues to encourage the highly successful British pharmaceutical industry, to ensure that it remains firmly anchored in this country as one of the jewels in the crown to which he referred?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: "Partnership for Peace" ( 1 Maw 1995)

Mr Dudley Smith: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what progress is being made in developing the NATO "Partnership for Peace" proposal; and what practical military co-operation has flowed from it so far.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: "Partnership for Peace" ( 1 Maw 1995)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is my hon. Friend aware that many of the central European countries are carrying on apace where the "Partnership for Peace" is concerned, and that they are becoming closely involved in peacekeeping efforts? Will he and the Foreign Office continue to do everything that they can to encourage such activities?

Oral Answers to Questions — Social Security: Child Support Agency ( 5 Rha 1994)

Mr Dudley Smith: I welcome my hon. Friend's original reply, but is he aware that far too many men are still being subjected to unfair financial imposts that they cannot possibly hope to counter? In the circumstances, will he do something about the times allowed for appeal and revisions, which are, in many cases, many months overdue?

Opposition Day: Committee of Privileges (Evidence) (31 Hyd 1994)

Mr Dudley Smith: Does my right hon. Friend consider that the Committee's task would be made much more difficult by the introduction of television and, to a lesser extent, radio? When the hearing takes place, the atmosphere in the Committee will be charged. Does my right hon. Friend realise that those who are accused cannot expect a fair trial or hearing? If he has any doubts, he should look at what is...

Business of the House (20 Hyd 1994)

Mr Dudley Smith: My right hon. Friend will be aware that in 1996 Heads of Government will hold an inter-governmental conference on the future of the European Union and the effects of Maastricht. Is he also aware that it will affect institutions such as the Western European Union, the Council of Europe, the North Atlantic Assembly and the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe and that there is real...

Business of the House (30 Meh 1994)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is my right hon. Friend aware that his inability to give the date of the recess today significantly underlines the need for reform of our parliamentary hours? Will he say how his negotiations on that subject are going? Is he aware that most continental Parliaments have already adjourned, or will do so over the coming week? I am not making a personal plea, because my children are grown up, but...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (30 Meh 1994)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is my right hon. Friend aware that President Reagan never looked back after he fired striking air traffic controllers? In view of the wilful neglect by Labour Members to do anything to help the travelling public, will my right hon. Friend consider doing the same with the striking signalmen?

Opposition Day: Parliamentary Procedure (20 Meh 1994)

Mr Dudley Smith: Will my right hon. Friend allow me to intervene?

Opposition Day: Parliamentary Procedure (20 Meh 1994)

Mr Dudley Smith: I intervene as one of the less distinguished people who were here at that time—as opposed to the powers that be, to whom the hon. Member for Linlithgow (Mr. Dalyell) referred. The proposal was disliked by Members of all parties. The morning sittings failed because people on both sides of the House did not turn up and do their job.


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