Canlyniadau 121–140 o 2179 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Dudley Smith

Business of the House (15 Maw 1990)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is my right hon. Friend aware that the difficulties that we faced on Tuesday night about residential homes for elderly people underline the great problem that Britain faces of an aging population—problems which will extend to the end of the century and into the next one? As many difficult points need to be addressed, would not it be to the great advantage of the House to have a debate in...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service and Community Care Bill: Preserved Right to Income Support (13 Maw 1990)

Mr Dudley Smith: For some strange reason, Leamington Spa, which I represent, seems to be the mecca for old people. I believe that I have more residential homes in my constituency than even Bournemouth, and even more perhaps than my hon. Friend the Member for Brighton, Kemptown (Mr. Bowden). I suppose that it is because we are in the heart of England, but anyway the numbers have increased greatly in recent...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service and Community Care Bill: Preserved Right to Income Support (13 Maw 1990)

Mr Dudley Smith: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that one of the tragedies of the problem is that, however severely incapacitated, the elderly person may live on for 10 or more years? I know of someone who lived on for 17 years. Even if the relatives have reasonable funds, they can soon be dissipated and they could be in penury.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Health and Safety (13 Maw 1990)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is my hon. Friend aware that during the past 20 years there have been significant improvements in health and safety at work in this country and that we compare favourably with all other countries, particularly the advanced ones? Is he further aware that if we become too draconian, that can eventually be counterproductive? Will he please tell that to the director-general?

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Latin America (12 Maw 1990)

Mr Dudley Smith: My right hon. Friend did not mention Chile. Will she bear in mind that advances in regressive countries deserve consideration, and that Chile has now advanced to democracy again?

Orders of the Day — Aviation and Maritime Security Bill: Extension of Power to Require Promotion of Searches ( 5 Maw 1990)

Mr Dudley Smith: Further to what the Member for West Bromwich, East (Mr. Snape) said, will my hon. Friend bear it in mind that, although we are talking about regional airports, many of them are becoming more international, for example, at Birmingham airport the range of flights is expanding all the time?

Business of the House (22 Chw 1990)

Mr Dudley Smith: My right hon. and learned Friend will be aware that various county councils are lodging their structure growth plans. Is he also aware that the advent of the M40 is generating tremendous pressure for extra housing in the middle of England, particularly in mid-Warwickshire? I suspect that it is happening in other parts of the country as well. In those circumstances, there are enormous...

Business of the House (25 Ion 1990)

Mr Dudley Smith: As a fair number of people, some of whom should know better, are beginning to believe that perhaps, given the destabilisation in eastern Europe, NATO and the Western European Union are superfluous, does my right hon. and learned Friend think it important to have a debate before long on the future of NATO and the Western European Union and our involvement in them?

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Public Drinking (25 Ion 1990)

Mr Dudley Smith: In view of the Government's sensible liberation of the licensing laws, would it not be prudent to consider banning open air drinking in open spaces in the towns adjacent to Coventry and in inner city areas throughout the country?

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Local Government Finance (24 Ion 1990)

Mr Dudley Smith: Will my hon. Friend bear in mind that many well-conducted councils face a tremendously above-average increase in the community charge? After this first year, will he please go into the whole question of the grant formula to see whether councils can be more fairly treated?

Oral Answers to Questions — Wales: Polychlorinated Biphenyls (22 Ion 1990)

Mr Dudley Smith: Does my hon. Friend agree that there has been so much controversy about this in Wales that it is a matter of considerable urgency? Will he urge my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State to take every step to get the issue moving? Is my hon. Friend aware that the county town of Warwick has been threatened with an incinerator and that there is considerable anxiety about it?

Jaguar PLC (31 Hyd 1989)

Mr Dudley Smith: As one who has a fair number of Jaguar workers in his constituency, may I welcome my right hon. Friend's statement? However, although the company needs extra finance—and this is a realistic approach—will my right hon. Friend always bear in mind the need to maintain the integrity of a major name in the British car industry?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Demography (24 Hyd 1989)

Mr Dudley Smith: Is my hon. Friend aware that, even with the best will in the world and provided that it keeps its bargain, the Soviet Union will take six to eight years or even longer to reduce its conventional forces? Is he further aware that, in respect of NATO, we start from a much lower base, which also includes troops? In those circumstances, does he agree that there is a danger of a serious imbalance...

Orders of the Day — Eastern Europe (27 Gor 1989)

Mr Dudley Smith: I do not entirely agree with my hon. Friend about London, but I acknowledge the necessity of getting right the location of the headquarters of the WEU. I agree with my hon. Friend that the momentum must be carried on and that we must be vigilant, because I hear rumours that Mr. Delors has established an advisory team on defence. It appears that there may be a takeover in due course.

Orders of the Day — Eastern Europe (27 Gor 1989)

Mr Dudley Smith: My hon. Friend will also be well aware that the WEU has recently received a high-level visit from representatives of the Supreme Soviet, including a general and others, who came to the WEU headquarters in Paris for discussions. That was another tremendous advance in political representatives' thinking and understanding.

Orders of the Day — Eastern Europe (27 Gor 1989)

Mr Dudley Smith: Home.

Orders of the Day — Eastern Europe (27 Gor 1989)

Mr Dudley Smith: My hon. Friend's remarks totally give the lie to the allegations of my right hon. Friend the Member for Old Bexley and Sidcup (Mr. Heath). Does my hon. Friend agree that the Council of Europe is so enhanced that it is paving the way and, in a pioneering spirit, is recording achievements that were unthought of even five years ago?

Summer Adjournment (27 Gor 1989)

Mr Dudley Smith: As a Member of Parliament, I have always believed that Parliament's main duty—and the main duty of those of us who comprise it—is to safeguard the individual against excessive bureucracy and oppressiveness. That is why I am raising a subject that should, I think, be debated and considered by the House. I believe that an inquiry should be held into the way in which the Official Receiver's...

Summer Adjournment (27 Gor 1989)

Mr Dudley Smith: I do not know, but my hon. Friend raises an important point. When such things happen, people should not be allowed to escape, because they would not escape in private industry or services. Plainly, the Official Receiver's office has been inefficient and often relies just on names. If a person is unlucky enough to have a reasonably common Christian name that is coupled with a reasonably...


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