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Our attitude to the States is expressed in paragraph 14 of the statement of 16th May where we record the willingness expressed by the States to cooperate, and also their receptive attitude as to the winding-up of the paramountcy relationship. This matter was further elaborated in a memorandum handed by us to the Chancellor of the Chamber, which is Document B in Cmd 6835.
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The House will remember that the Cabinet Mission, in their memorandum of 12th May, 1946, informed the States that His Majesty's Government could not, and will not in any circumstances, transfer paramountcy to an Indian Government. With the transfer of power to two Indian Dominions, it is necessary to terminate the paramountcy and suzerainty of the Crown over the Indian States, and, with them ...
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Cabinet Office Memorandum on the Supplementary Estimate 201617- 3 . Introduction . Key activities . The Cabinet Office and No.10, alongside HM Treasury, form the Government’s corporate centre, co-ordinating policy and promoting efficiency and reform. Our purpose is to make government greater than the sum of its parts by providing challenge, support and expertise.
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Search across all content on parliament.uk. GREAT BRITAIN AND UNITED STATES (TREATIES).HC Deb 05 June 1928 vol 218 c18 18 § 48. Lieut.-Commander KENWORTHY. asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether, for the information of Parliament, he is now prepared to elaborate his statement in paragraph 10 of his Note to the United States of America Government of 19th May last, in which he ...
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The first major Treaty change was the Single European Act, which created an internal market with voting by qualified majority (QMV) rather than unanimity. The Single Market was established at the end of 1992. It allowed over 280 pieces of legislation to be passed, paving the way for common EU laws based on the principle of mutual recognition among Member States.
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They came in under Treaties by which the Resident in each of the States was to advise the Sultan on all questions of policy, and the Sultan would take his advice on, I think, all questions except certain matters of religion. That is the position in the Unfederated Malay States to-day. There is no question at all of altering in any degree, even by a comma, the Treaties which bind us, either in ...
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The idea of West Indian association states died with the transition of St. Kitts and Nevis, the last remaining associated state, to full independence, albeit with a total population of less than 45,000. We must seek some way of ensuring democracy and security for the populations of those small islands dotted around the world, many of which have belonged to us for centuries and which have no ...
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Search across all content on parliament.uk. We have seen meetings and agreements between the President of the United States and Mr. Brezhnev which would have been literally impossible only a very few years back. The results in terms of détente or disarmament have to be proved in the future, but the trend towards collaboration between the world's two greatest Powers is of enormous potential.
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Search across all content on parliament.uk. My review was greatly helped by an excellent team of officials from the Cabinet Office and a group of parliamentary advisers whose combined knowledge of Parliament and the passing of legislation is, I think, unparalleled. However, it was my review and my report, and I am entirely responsible for all the views held in it.
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The United States described itself as an honest broker. Bismarck once said at the Congress of Berlin that he was an honest broker, but that all honest brokers act for a large commission. In political terms, that is what has happened. Given the facts of the dispute, an evenhanded approach from the United States was never justified. If America ...
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Search across all content on parliament.uk. HC Deb 12 December 1934 vol 296 cc403-531 403 § Order read for resuming Adjourned Debate on Question [11 th December], That this House accepts the recommendations of the Joint Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform as the basis for the revision of the Indian Constitution and considers it expedient that a Bill should be introduced on the general ...
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Search across all content on parliament.uk. Commons Chamber House Of Commons Tuesday, 9th June, 1953 The House—after the Adjournment on 22nd May, 1953, for the Whitsun Recess—met at Half past Two o'Clock.
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The Senior Minister of State, Department for Communities and Local Government & Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Baroness Warsi) (Con): My Lords, as set out in the treaties, Commission portfolios will be allocated by the Commission President Designate to those nominated by member states and agreed by common accord in the Council. We expect the European Parliament to confirm Mr Juncker’s ...
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The only thing new was that the House of Commons ought to make the treaty with the Boers, and its own relations with the Orange Free State, when we have finished the war, instead of this being done by Her Majesty, acting on the advice of her Cabinet, the members of which have been elected by the constituencies for, amongst others, the express purpose of doing such things as carrying on wars ...
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