Canlyniadau 41–60 o 548 ar gyfer speaker:Miss Emma Nicholson

Ministerial Responsibility (12 Chw 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: May I ask my good friend from the Government side how he squares that comment with the knowledge—which he might not have at his fingertips—that, according to a Treasury decision taken by a Treasury QC, as a result of parliamentary questions that I asked, a Secretary of State for Health has personal ownership of every NHS patient's health record?

Opposition Day: Overseas Aid (30 Ion 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I am pleased to follow the hon. Member for Morecambe and Lunesdale (Sir M. Lennox-Boyd). I well remember his fine work when he was a Minister. I am sad, however, that the chance to speak on Britain's overseas aid programme has been provided by budget cuts. I support the retention and expansion of the current budget which was so well managed for so long by Baroness Chalker. On behalf of the...

Opposition Day: Overseas Aid (30 Ion 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Yes. That was before the current budget cuts. I supported the Government on this and many other matters last summer and last autumn and I am desperately sad that my loyalty and my belief in the value of statements by Ministers and supporters have been rubbished by their actions. I am delighted that the hon. Gentleman raised that point. My personal experience of the effectiveness of British...

Opposition Day: BBC World Service (16 Ion 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Will the Minister give way?

Opposition Day: BBC World Service (16 Ion 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Whatever first task fell to me, speaking from the Liberal Democrat Benches, none could give me more satisfaction, nor a more challenging task, than to focus on the BBC World Service. As other hon. Members have said, it has an outstanding past. As this debate emphasises, it is going through a difficult present, but what matters most is its future, which must be our concern today. How can 150...

Opposition Day: BBC World Service (16 Ion 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: As I was saying, audibility is vital. If one cannot hear, it is no good—I should know. If Britain had no independent voice in the world, this country would be a poorer place culturally, educationally and economically. British business says that the World Service boosts British trade in securing exports. In a recent survey, the top 50 United Kingdom companies said that the BBC World Service...

Opposition Day: BBC World Service (16 Ion 1996)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Latin America is a vast area of more than 300 million people, with enormous trade potential for the UK, as so many recent ministerial visits indicate. Not so long ago, during the Falklands war, the UK Government created their own Radio Atlantico del Sur, which proved so amateurish and ineffectual, whereas World Service correspondents were greeted in the Falklands by banners of gratitude...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Bosnia ( 4 Gor 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Will my right hon. and learned Friend confirm that, in addition to the participation of French troops in Bosnia, we have 20 to 30 other training or co-operative missions with the French at present? Am I not right in thinking that that was the prime reason for the Prime Minister supporting the defence plank of the Maastricht treaty last year?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Assisted Places Scheme (27 Meh 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Surely my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State will agree that whether a school is full of SAT—standard assessment task—level 8 or SAT level 2 children should make no difference to the quality of the school. As the purpose of teaching is to bring the best out of every child, it should make no difference to a school, although it may make a difference to the individual child. Should not...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (27 Meh 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Is my right hon. Friend aware that the constituency of Torridge and Devon, West has the highest proportion of older people in the United Kingdom and that, two weeks ago, Mrs. Cleverdon celebrated her 105th birthday? Would he like to consider the wisdom of the Tories in west Devon, especially their Conservative association, which promotes the Prime Minister's cause and has asked me to vote in...

Overseas Aid (19 Meh 1995)

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

Overseas Aid (19 Meh 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I am most grateful for the opportunity to put a few points. I support the Government amendment and strongly oppose the rag-bag of items that make up the Opposition motion. The Opposition forget that, during the past decade and a half, the socialist policies that their motion reflects have been discarded by nearly every Government in the world. The primacy of the market for freedom and wealth...

Overseas Aid (19 Meh 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I was delighted to take part in that debate and to pay tribute to the Commonwealth Development Corporation. However, I was very surprised that Opposition Members, with their constant bleating about old-style socialist policies—moan, moan, moan—failed to acknowledge that great British success story. I hope that the Government are projecting that bilateral partnership between Britain and...

Overseas Aid (19 Meh 1995)

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

Overseas Aid (19 Meh 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: rose—

Guys Hospital (29 Maw 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I offer a warm vote of thanks to my hon. Friend the Member for Chislehurst (Mr. Sims) and his colleagues in the Save Guys campaign. I am especially grateful to him for allowing me a few moments to speak this morning. These debates are hard won, and many people want to speak about Guys hospital. I speak as a parent of a boy patient who has been at the plastic surgery unit since 1991. I...

Orders of the Day — Commonwealth Development Corporation Bill (16 Maw 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I will not take up more than a few moments of the time of the Minister and the House, because there is such broad unanimity on the Bill. I want to take this opportunity to congratulate the Government and the Commonwealth Development Corporation on this tremendous British success story. I am particularly interested in the expansion of the CDC from Commonwealth countries into other needy...

Orders of the Day — Commonwealth Development Corporation Bill (16 Maw 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: My hon. Friend has been describing a British success story—the story of an organisation which, as I think he will agree, has successfully transformed itself from a colonial supporting organisation to an organisation that is worldwide, or at least which operates in many interesting and important parts of the world. Will my hon. Friend clear up two points? First, is he confident that the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Flexible Labour Market ( 7 Maw 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: To ask the Secretary of State for Employment what impact the Government's flexible labour market policy has had on the ability of the Employment Service to place people into jobs over the last year.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Flexible Labour Market ( 7 Maw 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Does my hon. Friend agree that considerably more people are in employment in the United Kingdom than in other member nations of the European Union? If she agrees with that point, does she believe that our more flexible regulations contribute massively to that excellent result?


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