Canlyniadau 141–160 o 548 ar gyfer speaker:Miss Emma Nicholson

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (12 Maw 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I have commented large and long on the problems which arose from the speech by the hon. Member for Ashfield, but I now wish to deal with something much more upsetting to me personally and to many people outside this place. The hon. Member for Dunfermline, East (Mr. Brown) acted in an unmanly way —I hesitate to use the word "cowardly", because that may be an unparliamentary term. However,...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (12 Maw 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I am sorry; the hon. Lady has just spoken and I shall not allow her to butt in now. I had not spoken before the hon. Member for Dunfermline, East, as everyone knows, and I tried twice, courteously, to intervene, but he would not let me. Why did I wish to intervene? It was because I found it truly unspeakable, in the real sense of that word, that he should talk about advertising and attempt...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (12 Maw 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I shall give way with pleasure if the hon. Gentleman will say that he does not support that filthy advertisement.

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (12 Maw 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: The hon. Gentleman has not bothered to pick up the point. Obviously it hurts him too much. The hon. Gentleman is an honourable man. Perhaps he does not support that foul advertisement. I did not comment on what the Advertising Standards Authority had said. I am more than willing to bow to its authority; this matter is its particular concern. I was commenting on the failure of the hon. Member...

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (12 Maw 1992)

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

Orders of the Day — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (12 Maw 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Would my right hon. and learned Friend care to comment on the east end of London trade union convenor who told me only two weeks ago that this time around he would vote Conservative because the Labour party's spending policies would not soak the rich but would take money from the pockets of people such as him and his union's members?

Business of the House (12 Maw 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I congratulate my right hon. Friend the Leader of the House on managing to pack in so much legislation. May I be assured that the Charities Bill, which shows the Government's concern for the millions of people in the United Kingdom and overseas who are served by Britain's extensive network of non-governmental organisations, will continue to be a top priority for the succeeding Conservative...

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (11 Maw 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Does the hon. Gentleman agree that only 2·3 per cent. of all mortgagees are over six months in arrears and therefore liable to repossession; and that the additional measures for the business expansion scheme announced in the Budget will go a long way towards remedying that? The problem is much smaller than he would have us believe.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Child Care (10 Maw 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Does my hon. Friend agree that the United Kingdom has many more women in work than any other European nation and that tax relief on workplace nurseries, which was introduced in the 1990 Budget by the then Chancellor of the Exchequer, my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister, has greatly assisted many working women?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: International Meetings ( 4 Maw 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: In the wake of the impressive list of meetings that the Secretary of State will be attending for the remainder of this year, will he encourage the Security Council to have a special meeting, after Britain's anticipated endorsement of the Van den Stoel resolution on the destruction of human rights within Iraq at least to ensure that human rights monitors are in south Iraq to protect the...

Opposition Day: Poverty (23 Ion 1992)

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

Opposition Day: Poverty (23 Ion 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I rise to oppose the Opposition motion and to support the Prime Minister's amendment because real freedom is economic, and the freedom to earn and spend one's own money as one wishes, untrammelled by state control, is the truest freedom of all. When I consider how the Government have managed to increase the economic freedom of the British people, I see a good track record. That is why,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Iraq (20 Ion 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: In paying tribute to those excellent voluntary organisations whom the Government have grant-aided to help vulnerable groups in Iraq, does not my right hon. Friend the Minister agree that Saddam Hussein has ensured the continuing torment and lack of help for his people, particularly for the southern Shias in the marshes?

Orders of the Day — Child Abuse (Teachers) (16 Ion 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: rose——

Environmentally Sensitive Areas (15 Ion 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I thank the Minister warmly and comprehensively for including Dartmoor in his second tranche of ESAs. That is magnificent and he has scored a unique double with the ESAs of giving pleasure to millions and of continuing the livelihood of the farmers who allow the ESAs to be continually beautiful. When my right hon. Friend thinks further on the matter, will he bear in mind the Culm measures...

APEX Trust (15 Ion 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Would my right hon. and learned Friend comment on the following phrase extracted from a letter of 2 December and repeated in a letter of 7 January: I wish to state for the record that Apex Trust is fully solvent and has over the last few weeks extracted itself from the TEC-caused cash flow crisis"? The Minister may like to know that that letter was written by the chief executive of APEX.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Telephone Charges (15 Ion 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Will my hon. Friend confirm that nearly half of the top 500 companies in the European Community are British, led by British Telecom?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Industrial Relations (14 Ion 1992)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Will my right hon. and learned Friend remind the Opposition that the introduction of a minimum wage would harm industrial relations, rather than enhancing them? The sense of self-worth and the demonstration by employers of the value that they place on employees are best created by the existence of true differentials.

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Ukraine (18 Rha 1991)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Does the Minister agree that Chernobyl probably happened because of incompetence rather than by a deliberate action? Will he assure the House that proper British expertise in all matters—in the provision of food as well as nuclear issues—will be made available to the republics to help them towards full and truly free independence?

Local Government Finance (England) (26 Tach 1991)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Will my right hon. Friend confirm that, under the new regulations, there is no need for any local authority to be capped, even the most irrational Labour council, because new targets have been set and the councils are required to meet those new targets only from the current starting point?


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