Canlyniadau 21–40 o 1881 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Frederic Bennett

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Argentina ( 9 Ebr 1986)

Mr Frederic Bennett: I wish to raise a brief and entirely non-partisan point of order, which I think will be of interest to hon. Members on both sides of the House. In reply to question 3, concerning another country's citizens receiving military training in Britain, the Minister gave a full answer and an exchange followed between hon. Members on both sides of the House, about which no one can complain. But when,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Argentina ( 9 Ebr 1986)

Mr Frederic Bennett: They will, or at least I hope they will. When I then asked whether similar questions could be answered about other countries, I was told that the answer was no, because such arrangements were confidential as between the countries concerned—

Business of the House (20 Maw 1986)

Mr Frederic Bennett: As it now seems that we shall have a foreign affairs debate, of which we have comparatively few, will my right hon. Friend ensure that it is broadly drawn because we do not want it to develop merely into a discussion of matters regarding one small country in Central America, or, with due respect to my hon. Friend the Member for Cambridgeshire, South-West (Sir A. Grant), even the Spanish...

Business of the House ( 6 Chw 1986)

Mr Frederic Bennett: My right hon. Friend the Leader of the House is probably already aware that there is a delegation of Polish so-called parliamentarians in Britain. It was only this morning that I learned that their visit here included governmental hospitality. If we cannot have a statement on the subject, will he at least draw it to the attention of my right hon. and learned Friend the Foreign Secretary that...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Israel ( 5 Chw 1986)

Mr Frederic Bennett: Is my right hon. and learned Friend aware that in Strasbourg last week, when speaking to the representatives of 21 European countries, President Mubarak, who is, after all, a founder member of the peace process in the middle east, said that negotiations which did not include PLO representatives had no hope of success?

Foreign Affairs Council (18 Rha 1985)

Mr Frederic Bennett: On political collaboration, can one assume that the conference greeted the decision by the five countries—including the Socialist Governments of France and Sweden—to cease their prosecution of Turkey for breaches of human rights in view of progress towards democracy in that country? Does that open the door to further economic and political collaboration between the EEC countries and Turkey?

Orders of the Day — Anglo-Irish Agreement (27 Tach 1985)

Mr Frederic Bennett: My hon. Friend the Member for Orpington (Mr. Stanbrook) has given valid reasons for not wanting the agreement. He owes it to the House to propose an alternative course of action.

Orders of the Day — Anglo-Irish Agreement (27 Tach 1985)

Mr Frederic Bennett: My hon. Friend the Member for Stafford (Mr. Cash) and the hon. Member for Battersea (Mr. Dubs) sought to lecture Ulster Unionists on their duties. I believe them all to be capable of making up their minds about where their duties and obligations lie. If they decide that their duties and obligations require them to resign and fight elections it is not up to us to query their motives or to seek...

Orders of the Day — Anglo-Irish Agreement (27 Tach 1985)

Mr Frederic Bennett: Much of the trouble in the inner cities is not the result of this Government's policies but of those adopted by the previous Labour Government. But those policies no more contributed to the killings during the last 15 years in Ulster than our policies did. Some comments made yesterday and reiterated today have put hon. Members like myself in difficulty. I refer to the opinion expressed by...

Orders of the Day — Anglo-Irish Agreement (27 Tach 1985)

Mr Frederic Bennett: I would not have given way if I had known that I was to be asked to comment on that. It is difficult enough to understand the Irish and their conduct, but to understand the motivation of Irish politicians is a task beyond my powers. I wish to terminate my remarks as briefly as possible.

Orders of the Day — Anglo-Irish Agreement (27 Tach 1985)

Mr Frederic Bennett: That sort of remark does not help. The pre-agreement position of all the Irish parties that signed the New Ireland Forum report—that is, the three parties in the South and the SDLP in the North—is contained in large paragraphs within a booklet. I shall quote only a sentence from each of the proposals which, until Dr. FitzGerald put forward the agreement last week, represented the...

Business of the House (11 Gor 1985)

Mr Frederic Bennett: The Leader of the House will have noted that on the Order Paper there is a number of motions expressing different points of view about the strategic defence initiative, but all of them have in common a request for a debate as soon as possible on the subject. Does he agree that, as the other place has had no fewer than four debates this year on the matter, that every Western European...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Nicaragua (26 Meh 1985)

Mr Frederic Bennett: Is it not a fact that Nicaragua could make the best possible contribution towards a generally more acceptable atmosphere for its country if it followed the example of other dictatorships, such as Uruguay and El Salvador, and held genuinely free elections, not the sort of bogus elections, which were so bogus that Her Majesty's Government refused even to send observers to them?

Terrorism (25 Meh 1985)

Mr Frederic Bennett: I endorse what my right hon. Friend the Member for Blackpool, South (Sir P. Blaker) said about this not being the time to press the Home Secretary on matters of detail, particularly as those concerned will be briefed tomorrow. However, as my right hon. and learned Friend said that there was a slight chance that bombs may have been placed, will he give an assurance, irrespective of tomorrow's...

Orders of the Day — Defence Estimates 1985 (13 Meh 1985)

Mr Frederic Bennett: Irrespective of the ten minutes rule, it is up to hon. Members to be brief, so enabling others to speak, some of whom will have been precluded from speaking by the great length of the speech of the hon. Member for Kingston upon Hull, North (Mr. McNamara), who did not observe any restraint. Accordingly, I shall limit my remarks, as I say, irrespective of the rule that now applies. In the...

Orders of the Day — Defence Estimates 1985 (13 Meh 1985)

Mr Frederic Bennett: Perhaps the hon. Gentleman was not here at the time. I assure him that that course was adopted, and that policy has been implemented ever since. With a weapon such as Trident, it is not possible to adopt an on-off policy. The Trident issue has been decided and, so long as the Conservatives are in office it will be maintained. That being so, let us not, year after year, battle about whether we...

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Ethiopia (25 Chw 1985)

Mr Frederic Bennett: To put into proper perspective the generosity of aid from this and other Western countries, will my right hon. Friend arrange to place in the Library such details as he has available of aid from all sources to Ethiopia, especially those from the Soviet Union, within whose empire Ethiopia presently rests, and whose aid, so far as one's own research shows, seems to be limited to arms and...

Gibraltar (28 Tach 1984)

Mr Frederic Bennett: My right hon. and learned Friend will agree that in the past it would have been difficult for Gibraltar to keep going without Moroccan labour. Can he assure us that there will not be a dramatic cut-off in relation to Moroccans who already have jobs and without whose help it would have been impossible to keep the territory operating? My right hon. and learned Friend's statement made it quite...

Sessional Orders: Debate on the Address ( 6 Tach 1984)

Mr Frederic Bennett: I listened with considerable care to the hon. Member for Liverpool, Garston (Mr. Loyden). Although my own few remarks will be directed to a different part of the Queen's Speech, it is obvious to me that the hon. Gentleman spoke with great sincerity but not with great understanding if he really believes that it is class distinctions which are causing the economic and social problems facing any...

Mr. Umaru Dikko (12 Gor 1984)

Mr Frederic Bennett: As there have been several references to extradition being an alternative method of obtaining the return of Mr. Dikko to Nigeria can my right hon. and learned Friend say whether there are any alleged grounds which come within our extradition law which the courts would enforce? I am sure my right hon. Friend will agree that it would be wrong for us to give the impression that if the Nigerian's...


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