Canlyniadau 21–40 o 548 ar gyfer speaker:Miss Emma Nicholson

Orders of the Day — Reserve Forces Bill: Commonwealth Development Corporation Bill (20 Mai 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: It is a pleasure to welcome the Commonwealth Development Corporation Bill. It was sad last year when the Bill fell due to Government lack of time—indeed, the minuscule debate on the CDC gave no indication of the extent of its work. The Government appeared to be ignoring the CDC. I am glad that the Minister of State has put that right today. The Bill is particularly interesting because it...

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Reconstruction (South Africa) (13 Mai 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Is the Minister able to assure us that he is doing everything he can in the Council of Ministers to gain entry into the full Lomé convention for South Africa, as that would be of such benefit to South Africa's reconstruction plan?

Prayers: British Council ( 1 Mai 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I congratulate the hon. Member for Manchester, Central (Mr. Litherland) on ensuring that this important subject is being debated at all. It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Linlithgow (Mr. Dalyell) and to listen to the vice-chairman of the British Council, the right hon. Member for Mid-Sussex (Mr. Renton), who said that he was speaking with some euphoria when he reeled off credit...

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Sub-Saharan Africa (25 Maw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Is the Minister aware that in Zambia President Chiluba inherited a situation in which his country pays more in debt interest than it can afford to spend on health and education? Given the impact of that on mothers and children, can the Minister assure me that he will do his very best to get Zambia and Tanzania, which has the same problem, included in the new IMF-World bank proposals?

Scott Report (26 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?

Scott Report (26 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Will the right hon. and learned Gentleman give way?

Orders of the Day — Asylum and Immigration Bill: Repeals (22 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: The Home Secretary is speaking about the system. Does he agree that a two-year wait when an in-country application is submitted is far too long? Does he agree that it generally takes two years before an interview opportunity is given once an in-country application has been made? Does he also agree that, once the interview is concluded, the file is put on hold for another caseworker to...

Orders of the Day — Asylum and Immigration Bill: Removal etc. of Asylum Claimants to Safe Third Countries (21 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: The Minister of State did not give way to me, and it is therefore good of you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, to call me. This group of amendments will change the legislation in line with Government statements in discussions of clauses 2 and 3 in Committee. We are concerned especially about amendment No. 36, because it would allow asylum seekers to be removed without an in-country right of appeal to...

Orders of the Day — Asylum and Immigration Bill: Countries or territories excluded from the scope of Paragraph 5(3) (21 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: It is a pleasure to support the amendments. I am grateful to my hon. Friend the Member for Liverpool, Mossley Hill (Mr. Alton) for initiating the debate and to other colleagues for supporting the amendment, which addresses our shared concern about the impact of the lists and the fact that they are not subject to parliamentary scrutiny in any meaningful sense of the word. During the passage...

Orders of the Day — Asylum and Immigration Bill: Victims of torture (21 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I am honoured to support the new clause and am very glad to be on the Benches of the hon. Members who sponsored it, and to support my hon. Friend the Member for Liverpool, Mossley Hill (Mr. Alton) and other hon. Members. I am not at all surprised by the harshness of the phrases in the letters that have been read out, because they were taken from paragraphs in the reasons for refusal...

Orders of the Day — Asylum and Immigration Bill: Victims of torture (21 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Will the Minister give way?

Orders of the Day — Asylum and Immigration Bill: Victims of torture (21 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I understand that those with exceptional leave to remain will indeed be at risk if the Bill is passed unchanged, under a number of clauses. Will the Minister clarify that?

European Funding (South-West) (14 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: rose—

European Funding (South-West) (14 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: rose—

European Funding (South-West) (14 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I am grateful for this opportunity to discuss the problems that I and my colleagues see as caused by the Government because of their weak approach to European funding for projects in the south-west. I shall refer first to a report called "No Go South West 1996, Bureaucracy Run Riot—How Whitehall Blocks Britain's Euro Funds". That Liberal Democrat document was produced by Robin Teverson, a...

European Funding (South-West) (14 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: The Minister stated that nearly £23 million had been approved and more than 60 offer letters issued for European regional redevelopment funding alone. I am sorry to say that that was incorrect. When he wrote the letter, the £23 million represented the 192 projects that were awaiting offer letters. Indeed, 60 offer letters had been received from 192 projects, but 55 are still waiting for...

European Funding (South-West) (14 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I am happy to accept that comment. I do not know what has happened in the hon. Gentleman's constituency, but in my constituency—where I have problems with the Leader II project—everything that I said, alas, has been valid and accurate. I took the Leader II team from Holsworthy to see the Minister, but it made no difference at all. The hon. Gentleman, whose work on the common fisheries...

European Funding (South-West) (14 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Far from it. I can provide my former Conservative colleague with letters saying that I—as an ambassador for the south-west—supported that link. A number of former colleagues have plundered selected sentences from letters that I have written to constituents in the past four years. My two former Conservative colleagues from the south-west who are here today are honourable men, although...

Ministerial Responsibility (12 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: The Minister has properly pointed out that it is the thinking behind his remarks that counts. Is not the law, however, forcing Ministers into the position that the motion decries? For example, a recent ruling states that children are the property of the Crown. Ministers are, of course, Ministers of the Crown. A recent Queen's Counsel ruling to which I have already referred states that...


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