Canlyniadau 141–160 o 1881 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Frederic Bennett

Bill Presented: Rhodesia ( 4 Mai 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: I shall be extremely brief, for two reasons. The first has to do with appeals made by the Chair that we should be brief in the interests of other hon. Members who wish to speak. The second is that I thought that the speech of my right hon. Friend the Member for Knutsford (Mr. Davies) and the short speech by his predecessor as Shadow Foreign Secretary, my right hon. Friend the Member for...

Chief of Defence Staff (Speech) ( 2 Mai 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: Was Sir Neil Cameron incorrect in referring to the Soviet Union as the only potential enemy which our forces in Europe are facing at present? [HON. MEMBERS: "He did not say 'potential'."] I am not interested in what Sir Neil said but in what I say. If Sir Neil Cameron was wrong in referring to the Soviet Union as the only aggressor—if that pleases hon. Members opposite rather than the...

Business of the House (13 Ebr 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: The right hon. Gentleman has three times referred to the fact that we had an Adjournment debate on Rhodesia before Easter as a reason for not having such a debate with expedition at present. Is he being fair about this? He knows that, apart from the fact that many developments have taken place since then, that debate gave no opportunity for a vote and it is the right of the House to express...

Business of the House ( 6 Ebr 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: May I revert to the request of my right hon. Friend the Leader of the Opposition for a debate on Rhodesia? Does the right hon. Gentleman realise that it is not good enough to remind us of the fact that there was an Adjournment debate on this matter before the House rose for the Easter Recess? Does he not appreciate that in almost every country in the world Governments and Parliaments are...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Fish Stocks (16 Maw 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: Since most of the emphasis now is understandably placed on the conservation of fish stocks, will the Minister assure the House that in dealing with this very important subject he has not lost sight of his undertaking, which earned commendation everywhere, to reserve and preserve an exclusive area for English fishermen round our coasts?

Business of the House ( 2 Maw 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: Will the right hon. Gentleman please hold out some hope of a debate on the progress of events in Rhodesia, if not next week, then before the Easter Recess, since there are some promising developments there? That would be an opportunity for the House to express, on an all-party basis, its support and admiration for those who are trying there to urge a peaceful settlement on a non-racial basis.

West Country and Wales (Snow Storm) (23 Chw 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: As one who does not spend much time congratulating Ministers, I endorse what my right hon. Friend the Member for Taunton (Mr. du Cann) said about the Minister's own efforts in his present appointment, and more particularly as his appointment was followed almost immediately by a change in the weather, as happened on a previous occasion in his career. Has the Minister been able to make any...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Turkey (Foreign Minister) (22 Chw 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: Although there has apparently been a welcome change of heart in Ankara, does the Minister agree that there will also need to be a responsive gesture from Athens if any solution is to be found to these difficulties?

Orders of the Day — Scotland Bill: Reference of Assembly Bills to Privy Council (14 Chw 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: While my hon. Friend is on this very important point, would he care to place on the record for the first time the fact that since the Government came to office in 1974 there have been more judicial decisions that Ministers have acted ultra vires than in the whole preceding quarter century?

Orders of the Day — Scotland Bill (14 Chw 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: rose—

Orders of the Day — Scotland Bill (14 Chw 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: The Minister of State has possibly misunderstood some of the arguments. He said that Ministers will take the opinion of the Law Officers. As far as I can see, there will be no method by which we could test whether the Minister in such matters has acted ultra vires. The Minister has ruled that out. He said that Ministers will seek the opinion of the Law Officers, but at no stage has he said...

Orders of the Day — Pay Policy (Government Sanctions) (13 Chw 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: Rubbish.

Orders of the Day — Pay Policy (Government Sanctions) (13 Chw 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: The hon. Member mentioned Ford and Vauxhalls and one form of unfairness that was bound to arise. Presumably he heard Labour Members say that there was no unfairness; it was simply a question of timing. When Ford and Vauxhalls made their deals, the Government were not feeling as rigid as they were later on. It was simply a case of policy being changed. Does the hon. Member accept that?

Orders of the Day — Pay Policy (Government Sanctions) (13 Chw 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: I think that the hon. Member for Preston, South (Mr. Thorne) will, on reflection, see nothing discreditable about an Opposition trying to defeat a Government with whose policies they profoundly disagree. Indeed, they would be a strange Opposition who did not try to defeat a Government with whose policies and entire social outlook they profoundly disagreed. The hon. Gentleman spoke of...

Orders of the Day — Pay Policy (Government Sanctions) (13 Chw 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: Had the hon. Gentleman been listening to the long succession of speeches, he would have heard some very substantial points of difference emerge about the use of sanctions. But he says that we are not debating the use of sanctions. If he reads the motion, he will see that that is what we are doing. The Chancellor of the Exchequer largely justified the use of sanctions by saying "It is...

Orders of the Day — Pay Policy (Government Sanctions) (13 Chw 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: Including Ford.

Prime Minister (South Asia Visit) (16 Ion 1978)

Mr Frederic Bennett: The Prime Minister obviously had extensive talks in India on the nuclear question, but he spoke much more shortly in that regard about his visit to Pakistan. He is aware of the difficulties that there have been about Pakistan and a certain European country in concluding a deal. Was he able to say anything to resolve the problem, which has caused some hard feelings? If he could say something...

European Assembly Elections Bill: Method of Election (13 Rha 1977)

Mr Frederic Bennett: It would help the Liberal Party.

European Assembly Elections Bill: Method of Election (13 Rha 1977)

Mr Frederic Bennett: At this late stage in the debate it is difficult to avoid repetition. I have no intention of speaking for long and standing in the way of others who wish to take part. There have been three points made that I wish to refute as one who is in favour of the first-past-the-post system. First of all, the suggestion has been made over and over again—and I regret from the Front Bench—that those...

Business of the House ( 8 Rha 1977)

Mr Frederic Bennett: The Leader of the House will not need to be reminded that a little earlier one of his hon. Friends made a serious allegation about a secret deal between the former Prime Minister and the USSR affecting trade with China, and there is a motion on the Order Paper relevant to that. I am aware that we have had a statement by the former Prime Minister, and I hope that he will not think me unduly...


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