Canlyniadau 61–80 o 2179 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Dudley Smith

Orders of the Day — Statement on the Defence Estimates 1992 (21 Meh 1993)

Mr Dudley Smith: If nuclear weapons are a deterrent, by definition, they must deter. They can deter only if the other side knows that we are willing to use them. Once they have been used, civilisation as we know it will come to an end. I cannot see the sense of those nuclear weapons, which is why I began by talking about nuclear weapons and their so-called defence of the nation state and the United Kingdom. I...

Orders of the Day — Statement on the Defence Estimates 1992 (21 Meh 1993)

Mr Dudley Smith: I agree with a great deal of what my hon. Friend has said. Does he agree that Bosnia happened, rather inconveniently, two or three years too early? Had it happened in two or three years' time, we would have been much better prepared. I agree with my hon. Friend that duplication is wasteful and must be overcome. However, we must achieve that very carefully and many of us have real anxieties...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements ( 8 Meh 1993)

Mr Dudley Smith: In view of the experiences of many Warwickshire residents over recent months, particularly in my constituency area, is my right hon. Friend aware that they are looking to him to introduce good and effective legislation to curb the so-called new age travellers? Will he tell us what urgency he is applying to that particular problem?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Western European Union (Operations) (20 Ebr 1993)

Mr Dudley Smith: Does my right hon. and learned Friend agree that it would be unwise for western nations to become involved in a civil war unless that specific civil war posed a threat to the integrity of one of the union's number?

Business of the House ( 4 Maw 1993)

Mr Dudley Smith: In view of the acres of time devoted to the Maastricht Bill—I do not necessarily criticise that—could my right hon. Friend find a little time to debate the increasingly delicate and serious situation in the former Yugoslavia? We need an update, not only on Government policy, but on exactly where we stand.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements ( 4 Maw 1993)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is my right hon. Friend aware that his sensible policies on the Bosnia-Herzegovina civil war are amply confirmed by current events?

Bosnia (Further Deployment) (14 Ion 1993)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is my right hon. and learned Friend aware that the majority of people will agree with his view that, however horrific the circumstances on the ground, we should not be drawn into someone else's civil war? Is he aware, however, that since the end of last summer the Western European Union has strongly advocated an effective embargo and blockade of the participants in this ghastly affair? Does...

Business of the House (16 Rha 1992)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is my right hon. Friend aware that some of us have parliamentary duties away from this place at, for example, the Western European Union and the Council of Europe? In view of the fact that the European Communities (Amendment) Bill may go on for the rest of our parliamentary lives, does my right hon. Friend think that it would be helpful for those of us who have other official commitments to...

Revenue Support Grant (England) (26 Tach 1992)

Mr Dudley Smith: Am I right in believing that, overall, the majority of householders will pay less under this fairer system, and has my right hon. and learned Friend any facts and figures that are comparable with the old rating system?

Citizens Charter (White Paper) (25 Tach 1992)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is my right hon. Friend aware that, despite the Opposition's sour grapes, many people recognise the significant advances that have been made as a result of the charter? Some of those advances have been better than others. Speaking from personal experience—I am sure that my experience can be replicated elsewhere—I know that the South Warwickshire health authority has had a considerable...

Business of the House (19 Tach 1992)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is my right hon. Friend aware that one of the most worrying problems today is the serious growth in juvenile crime throughout the country, even in comparatively civilised areas such as the west midlands and mid-Warwickshire? In view of the apparent inability of the authorities to do very much about it, is it not time that we had a serious debate on the subject?

Petition: Cyprus ( 2 Tach 1992)

Mr Dudley Smith: Does my right hon. Friend agree that since the intervention, unfortunate as it was, there has not been one killing or murder in the island of Cyprus?

Petition: Cyprus ( 2 Tach 1992)

Mr Dudley Smith: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Cyprus (28 Hyd 1992)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is it not plain that, after all this time, partition is bound to continue in that troublesome island, particularly in view of the negative attitude taken by the Greek Cypriot Government?

Sittings of the House (13 Gor 1992)

Mr Dudley Smith: As a former Chief Whip, does my right hon. Friend agree that, if the Government have a workable majority and not too many rebels, they will always get their business through? It is important to have a structured debate on all subjects giving ample time to the Opposition and to Government Back Benchers who are nowadays often inhibited because of time limitations.

Economic Summit and CSCE (13 Gor 1992)

Mr Dudley Smith: As one of Parliament's representatives at the new CSCE Assembly, may I ask my right hon. Friend whether is is aware that at its recent meeting the CSCE was unanimous in its view that the strongest possible pressure should be brought to bear on all the warring elements in Yugoslavia, just short of direct military intervention?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Training Expenditure ( 7 Gor 1992)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is it not a fact that, irrespective of expenditure, the quality of training has improved immeasurably in the past five years?

Community Charges (24 Meh 1992)

Mr Dudley Smith: My hon. Friend is making a powerful case, as is clear when he talks about the inner cities problem, but will he ally with that case what he said earlier —that less deserving shire counties, too, are getting more than Warwickshire?

Community Charges (24 Meh 1992)

Mr Dudley Smith: I do not like to agree with the hon. Gentleman, but he is absolutely right. There is unanimity among all the political parties and everybody in local government.

Community Charges (24 Meh 1992)

Mr Dudley Smith: Although this is not the time to debate SSAs in detail because the figures are before us, will my hon. Friend undertake to continue the dialogue on SSAs with my hon. Friends and I from the Warwickshire area? We genuinely believe that the SSAs for our county are flawed.


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