Mrs Margaret Thatcher: speeches in 1990 (Hansard)
Mrs Margaret Thatcher October 13, 1925 - Summary information for Mrs Margaret Thatcher Contributions 1990. ... 2 speeches — Czechoslovakia Written Answers January 23, 1990. Bournemouth Written Answers January 23, 1990. Engagements Written Answers January 23, 1990. 18 speeches — PRIME MINISTER Commons January 25, 1990. Lancashire Written Answers January 25, 1990. Scotland Written Answers ...
House of Commons Hansard Debates for 15 Dec 1989
Help did not come, so, in effect, Hungary lost 30 years, just as Czechoslovakia lost 20 years when the tanks moved into Prague. ... Its antiquity is amply evidenced by the fact that it has two equally lyrical prefaces--one by Margaret Thatcher and the other by Sir Ian Gilmour, who at that time were apparently even speaking to each other. I read through the book for inspiration and found a ...
House of Commons Hansard Debates for 30 Oct 1990
The Prime Minister (Mrs. Margaret Thatcher) : With permission, Mr. Speaker, I shall make a statement on the European Council held in Rome on 27 and 28 October, which I attended with my right hon. Friend the Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary. The conclusions of the Council have been placed in the Library of the House. The Council had to deal in the first place with some urgent items of current ...
Falkland Islands (Hansard, 3 April 1982) - api.parliament.uk
§ The Prime Minister (Mrs. Margaret Thatcher) The House meets this Saturday to respond to a situation of great gravity. We are here because, for the first time for many years, British sovereign territory has been invaded by a foreign power. After several days of rising tension in our relations with Argentina, that country's armed forces attacked the Falkland Islands yesterday and established ...
Soviet Union (Prime Minister's Visit) (Hansard, 2 April 1987)
§ The Prime Minister (Mrs. Margaret Thatcher) I should like to make a statement, Mr. Speaker— [Interruption.] § Mr. Speaker. Order. I remind both sides of the House that these are important matters. § The Prime Minister. I should like to make a statement, Mr. Speaker, about the visit which I paid to the Soviet Union from 28 March to 1 April, accompanied by my right hon. and learned Friend ...
House of Commons Hansard Debates for 28 Nov 1994
Margaret Thatcher had a tough time at Brussels in 1988, and it is worth remembering what the financial picture then was. The Commission and most of the other member states wanted the ceiling to go up to 1.4 per cent. of Community gross national product. Eventually, they revised their proposals downwards and she was asked to accept 1.3 per cent. of GNP as the ceiling. She still said, on behalf ...
SEXUAL OFFENCES (No. 2) (Hansard, 5 July 1966)
I understand that the law has recently been altered permissively in Czechoslovakia. The Home Secretary pointed out recently that there is no evidence that the relaxation of the law in Austria in 1960 has led to any increase there in homosexuality. To change the law will 262 not take us into uncharted seas. Indeed, this country went boldly through its history until but 80 years ago free from ...
House of Commons Hansard Debates for 1 Nov 2005 (pt 21)
Keith Vaz: Does the hon. Gentleman think that now is the time to get rid of the stereotypes that have somehow attached themselves to those who have come since 1 May 2004?
Engagements (Hansard, 4 March 1982) - api.parliament.uk
§ The Prime Minister (Mrs. Margaret Thatcher) This morning I presided at a meeting of the Cabinet and had meetings with ministerial colleagues and others. In addition to my duties in the House, I shall be having further meetings later today. § Mr. Straw. Is the Prime Minister aware that mealy-mouthed, half-hearted, fence-sitting comments in the House on Tuesday and in a written answer ...
House of Commons General Committee
That the Committee takes note of the unnumbered Explanatory Memorandum dated 11 June 2009 from HM Treasury on the Preliminary Draft Budget of the European Communities for the year 2010; and supports the Government’s efforts to maintain budget discipline in relation to the budget of the European Communities.
Engagements (Hansard, 15 February 1990) - api.parliament.uk
§ The Prime Minister (Mrs. Margaret Thatcher) This morning I presided at a meeting of the Cabinet and had meetings with ministerial colleagues and others. In addition to my duties in the House, I shall be having further meetings later today. § Mr. Mans. During her busy day, will my right hon. Friend consider the plight of community charge payers in Lancashire, where the Socialist-controlled ...
Bills Presented - Wednesday 28 November 1973 - Hansard ...
Hansard record of the item 'Bills Presented' on Wednesday 28 November 1973.
CSCE Summit (Hansard, 21 November 1990)
§ The Prime Minister (Mrs. Margaret Thatcher) rose —— Hon. Members. Hear, hear. § Mr. Speaker. Order. This is a very important statement which the House is anxious to hear. § The Prime Minister. With permission, Mr. Speaker, I shall make a statement on the meeting in Paris of the 34 Heads of State and Government of the conference on security and co-operation in europe which my right hon ...
BILL OF RIGHTS (Hansard, 23 April 1969) - api.parliament.uk
If we look back to the most memorable events of 1968, we find that what we most forcefully recollect are the intensification of the war in Vietnam, the intensification of the war in Nigeria and the Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia. None of those events could remotely be described as helpful to the promotion of human rights. Neither was any attempt made by this county to establish what rights ...
House of Commons Hansard Debates for 3 Apr 1996 (pt 32)
Several hon. Members rose-- . Madam Speaker: Order. Questions on the statement have ended. ROYAL ASSENT . Madam Speaker: I have to notify the House, in accordance with the Royal Assent Act 1967, that the Queen has signified Her Royal Assent to the following Acts: Chemical Weapons Act 1996 Prevention of Terrorism (Additional Powers) Act 1996
House of Commons - Scottish Affairs - Minutes of Evidence
The constitutional inflexibility of the Thatcher-Major era was accompanied by a steeply accentuated ... , and the profoundly undemocratic palace coup against Margaret Thatcher in 1990. At the same time as "Britishness" was suffering these body blows, the Union Monarchy underwent a startling transformation. The main symbolic instrument of Britishness sank into a kind of prolonged moral collapse ...
House of Commons Hansard Debates for 11 Jul 1989
Column 800. session. The Government replied in a Treasury minute in February 1989, Cm. 323. The Committee's 21st report of the 1988-89 Session, which also deals with service hospitals, was published on 22 June.
European Council (Rome) - Tuesday 30 October 1990 ...
(Mrs. Margaret Thatcher) Share this specific contribution. Share a link to this specific contribution: Share contribution 3 on Twitter Share contribution 3 on Facebook Share contribution 3 via Email Copy link to contribution 3 to clipboard Copy link With permission, Mr. Speaker, I shall make a statement on the European Council held in Rome on 27 and 28 October, which I attended with my right ...
Sexual Offences (No 2) - Hansard
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