Canlyniadau 3841–3860 o 3860 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Michael Morris

New Clause 15: Purchase of Houses and Flats by Tenants of Local Authorities (25 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: The 20-year option on return for the local authority would cover that. The third criticism is that the house is lost to society, particularly those who want to rent, and particularly for relets, which are about 2 per cent. of the national total of lettings. This is the only real disadvantage that can be listed. One must weigh the 2 per cent. relet disadvantage against the positive benefits...

New Clause 15: Purchase of Houses and Flats by Tenants of Local Authorities (25 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: I was an alderman of the borough referred to by the hon. Member until only a few weeks ago. I thought I made it very clear in my speech that I was talking of the right of council tenants to purchase. I did not cover the question of private tenants asking local authorities to purchase their premises, and I accept what the hon. Gentleman says on that. But would he not agree that within the...

New Clause 15: Purchase of Houses and Flats by Tenants of Local Authorities (25 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: Perhaps the hon. Gentleman's memory is not too hot. Surely he recalls that we made it clear in Standing Committee that we would not debate the matter in Committee but would accept the Ministers' appeals to be brief while giving notice that we would raise the matter on Report.

New Clause 15: Purchase of Houses and Flats by Tenants of Local Authorities (25 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: Mr. Michael Morris rose—

New Clause 15: Purchase of Houses and Flats by Tenants of Local Authorities (25 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: Surely in this debate we are dealing with a matter of principle. It is the right of the tenant to buy. Today's market forces may well be against him but, by the time that this and other measures reach the statute book, we hope that the position will have changed. The hon. Gentleman talks about there being an inadequate balance. My constituency takes in a great many houses in new towns. It...

New Clause 15: Purchase of Houses and Flats by Tenants of Local Authorities (25 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: Mr. Michael Morris indicated assent.

Clause 6: Acquisition of Securities and Control of Subsidiaries (25 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: As I understand it, the Minister is saying that there is nothing wrong with the amendment but that basically it is not absolutely necessary. Having said that, I must stress that some real fears have been raised within the building industry. I have yet to hear anything the Minister says that would rule out the amendment.

Clause 13: The Register of Housing Associations (25 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: I beg to move Amendment No. 47, in page 11, line 37, at end insert or(c) is a housing association not a registered charity but which was founded by a registered charity other than an exempt charity and its rules or any agreement entered into in connection with its formation so state'. In the interests of the House, may I simply ask the Minister whether he is prepared to accept the amendment,...

Clause 13: The Register of Housing Associations (25 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: I beg to ask leave to withdraw the amendment.

Clause 3: Acquisition of Land (25 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: I beg to move Amendment No. 51, in page 12, line 37, at end insert: '(7) A housing association whose application or registration has been refused by the Housing Corporation shall have a right of appeal— (a) in matters of procedure concerning the Corporation's use of powers through the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration, and(b) in matters relating to the substance of a decision to...

Clause 3: Acquisition of Land (25 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: This matter was raised in Committee. At that time the Committee was concerned about safeguards because of the nature of the industry, it being young and dynamic. The Minister said at the time that he would give the matter further consideration. The amendment reflects some of the comment that was made in Committee. I shall be grateful if the Minister will comment upon his further reflection.

Clause 3: Acquisition of Land (25 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: We are grateful to the Minister for the way in which he has approached this point, particularly the membership issue. We would want to reserve the right to see the amendment in detail but with that proviso may I say how much we welcome his attitude? I beg to ask leave to withdraw the amendment.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: New Towns (House Building) (12 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what is Her Majesty's Government's policy regarding the proportion of homes built for sale and rent in new towns.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: New Towns (House Building) (12 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: In view of that statement, is the right hon. Gentleman prepared to explain why the manager of the new town of Northampton, at least, has been instructed to stop the sale of any houses for the moment because the ratio is changing from 50/50 to 75/25 in favour of rented accommodation? Is the Minister aware that young families moving into new towns like Northampton have the greatest objection to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade: Foreign Companies (10 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: asked the Secretary of State for Trade what estimate has been made of the effect on the balance of trade of recent Government measures discouraging foreign firms from establishing themselves in Great Brittain.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade: Foreign Companies (10 Meh 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: Is not the right hon. Gentleman aware of what was in the Budget? That was an extraordinary statement when, in fact, there are international companies which feel that the Budget acted against them—and I shall be happy to provide the right hon. Gentleman with a full list. In the light of the views of these companies, will he now listen to representations and, if he then thinks that the...

Local Government Finance (Northamptonshire) (21 Mai 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: Will the hon. Lady give way?

Orders of the Day — Education ( 1 Mai 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: I shall be brief in making two points. Many hon. Members must be aware of the disquiet that parents throughout the country are voicing about secondary education. Many of them feel, particularly in relation to education officers, that they are being treated little differently from doormats. They feel that they are not consulted and that there is little understanding of what parents today are...

Rate Support Grant (25 Maw 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: I am grateful for the opportunity to make my maiden speech as the first hon. Member for Northampton, South. I do so in the knowledge that this Parliament and previous Parliaments have listened to many interesting contributions by hon. Members from Northampton. Not least among those contributions were those over the past 28½ years from a person who, on many occasions, had feelings towards the...

Rate Support Grant (25 Maw 1974)

Mr Michael Morris: I make no apologies for frequently referring to Northampton, South and Northamptonshire in general. We are at the heart of England. We hope that we are doing our part to help the poorer inner areas of the cities of London and Birmingham. We can do that only with hard cash and not just with good will and nice words. My town supported the Parliamentary cause in the Civil War. It supplied 1,500...


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