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INDIA (CABINET MISSION) (Hansard, 18 July 1946)
Hansard
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. I would particularly ...
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INDIA: STATEMENT BY THE CABINET MISSION. (Hansard, 16 May 1946)
Hansard
Paramountcy can neither be retained by the British Crown nor transferred to the new government. This fact has been fully recognised by those whom we interviewed from the States. They have at the same time assured us that the States are ready and willing to co-operate in the new development of India. The precise form which their co-operation will take must be a matter for negotiation during the ...
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India (Cabinet Mission) - Hansard - UK Parliament
18-07-46 Hansard
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. I would particularly ...
https://hansard.parliament.uk/Commons/1946-07-18/debates/19f29e93-16c5-4ccc-8f94-5b1736fd13ab/India(CabinetMission)
CABINET MISSION IN INDIA: PUBLICATION OF CORRESPONDENCE.
Hansard
One statement is: 398 The Cabinet Mission is preparing a reply to the various points which Mr. Gandhi and the Congress Party have raised with them about their scheme for giving India a Constituent Assembly and an Interim Government. The same correspondent says that the reply may not be ready for a day or two and refers to the indisposition of Sir Stafford Cripps, about which we are all very ...
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GREAT BRITAIN AND UNITED STATES (TREATIES).
Hansard
No proposals have been made by the United States Government for a Conciliation Treaty because there is already such a Treaty in force between the United States and Great Britain, namely, the Anglo-American Treaty regarding the establishment of a Peace Commission, signed at Washington on the 15th September, 1914. I see no reason why this Treaty or the Conciliation Treaties now being negotiated ...
https://api.parliament.uk/historic-hansard/commons/1928/may/21/great-britain-and-united-states-treaties
REGISTRATION OF TREATIES (UNITED STATES).
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The State Department of the United States announced on the 29th January last that it was proposed to take advantage of the privilege of 943 voluntary registration accorded, in a memorandum approved by the Council of the League on the 19th May, 1920, to countries which are not members of the League of Nations. Up to the end of February no treaties had been registered by the United States. The ...
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INDIAN STATES (TREATIES). (Hansard, 1 March 1926)
Hansard
INDIAN STATES (TREATIES). (Hansard, 1 March 1926) Search Help. HANSARD 1803–2005 → 1920s → 1926 → March 1926 → 1 March 1926 → Commons Sitting → INDIA. INDIAN STATES (TREATIES). HC Deb 01 March 1926 vol 192 c1001 1001 § 6. Mr. SCURR. asked the Under-Secretary of State for India whether he has received proposals from any of the ruling- princes of India with reference to the ...
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Explanatory Memorandum on the Lisbon Treaty - UK Parliament
20-02-08 Hansard
The Explanatory Memorandum on the Lisbon Treaty stated that the treaty extended qualified majority voting (QMV) in a total of 50 articles. It should have stated that there were 51 articles, including the move to QMV on the statute, seat and operational rules of the European Defence Agency (EDA). My right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Defence set out this move to QMV in a written ...
https://hansard.parliament.uk/Commons/2008-02-20/debates/08022065000009/ExplanatoryMemorandumOnTheLisbonTreaty
Indian Independence Bill - Hansard - UK Parliament
10-07-47 Hansard
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 ...
https://hansard.parliament.uk/commons/1947-07-10/debates/584499a6-8830-4426-be23-7215df06d57e/IndianIndependenceBill
INDIAN INDEPENDENCE BILL. (Hansard, 16 July 1947)
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Clause 7, subsection (1) and the proviso to the clause deal with relations with the Indian States. Your Lordships will remember that the Cabinet Mission in their Memorandum of May 12, 1946, informed the States that His Majesty's Government would in no circumstances transfer paramountcy to an Indian Government. To that pledge we firmly adhere ...
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The Mission To India - Hansard - UK Parliament
18-07-46 Hansard
As I have said, our attitude to the States is expressed in Paragraph 14 of the Statement of May 16, in which we record the willingness expressed by the States to co-operate and their helpful attitude as to the winding up of the Paramountcy relationship. This matter was further elaborated in a Memorandum handed by us to the Chancellor. That ...
https://hansard.parliament.uk/Lords/1946-07-18/debates/ae5ea1c9-306d-420c-a7ea-88f860a4f625/TheMissionToIndia
PERSIAN GULF STATES (TREATIES) (Hansard, 23 April 1958)
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PERSIAN GULF STATES (TREATIES) HC Deb 23 April 1958 vol 586 c934 934 § 8. Mr. P. Williams. asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he is satisfied with the treaties governing relations between Great Britain and the various States in the Persian Gulf and if he will make a statement. § Mr. Selwyn Lloyd. The answer to the first part of my hon. Friend's Question I would say is ...
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GREAT BRITAIN AND UNITED STATES (TREATIES).
Hansard
GREAT BRITAIN AND UNITED STATES (TREATIES). (Hansard, 5 June 1928) Search Help. HANSARD 1803–2005 → 1920s → 1928 → June 1928 → 5 June 1928 → Commons Sitting → ROYAL AIR FORCE. 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 ...
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EXTENDED MEANING OF "THE TREATIES" AND "THE COMMUNITY TREATIES"
Hansard
EXTENDED MEANING OF "THE TREATIES" AND "THE COMMUNITY TREATIES" (Hansard, 16 June 1986) Search Help. HANSARD 1803–2005 → 1980s → 1986 → June 1986 → 16 June 1986 → Commons Sitting → Clause 1. EXTENDED MEANING OF "THE TREATIES" AND "THE COMMUNITY TREATIES" HC Deb 16 June 1986 vol 99 cc820-52 820 § Mr. Teddy Taylor. I beg to move amendment No. 1, in page 1, line 13, after ...
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House of Commons Hansard Debates for 20 Jun 2006 (pt 0014)
05-06 Session Commons publication
20 Jun 2006 : Column 1257 separate from the wider welfare report that the court may also consider. Having said that, it would also be open to the CAFCASS officer to comment if he or she thought that the court should be informed that a course of action might increase or reduce the risk of harm.
https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200506/cmhansrd/vo060620/debtext/60620-0014.htm
United States (Extradition Treaty) (Hansard, 5 June 1986)
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United States (Extradition Treaty) HC Deb 05 June 1986 vol 98 cc1069-72 1069 § 1. Mr. Adley. asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will make a statement on his recent discussions in the United States of America concerning the proposed extradition treaty covering those facing terrorism charges in the United Kingdom and taking refuge in the United States of America. § The ...
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PEACE TREATIES AND PRIVATE PROPERTY. (Hansard, 6 April 1922)
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HL Deb 06 April 1922 vol 50 cc81-121 81 § LORD BUCKMASTER had given Notice to call attention to the provisions of the Peace Treaties, and to move to resolve, "That the terms of the Treaties appropriating the private property of enemy-subjects shall not apply to sums, of£5,000 or less where the owner is either born of British parents or had been resident in 82 this country continuously for ...
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EMPLOYMENT PROJECTS (TREASURY MEMORANDUM)
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EMPLOYMENT PROJECTS (TREASURY MEMORANDUM) (Hansard, 5 March 1979) Search Help. HANSARD 1803–2005 → 1970s → 1979 → March 1979 → 5 March 1979 → Commons Sitting → ORAL ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. EMPLOYMENT PROJECTS (TREASURY MEMORANDUM) HC Deb 05 March 1979 vol 963 cc907-10 907 § Mr. Gow. I beg to ask leave to move the Adjournment of the House, under Standing Order No. 9, for the ...
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Science and Treaties (S&T Report) (Hansard, 3 February 2005)
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The report, Science and Treaties, comes at a time when the international community faces huge challenges—poverty, war and terrorism, all of which pose immediate risks. But it is the environment, particularly global warming, that has a dagger pointed at our planet's jugular. I will return to that later. International agreements exist to better the condition of mankind. Those with a scientific ...
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Lords Chamber - Hansard - UK Parliament
16-07-47 Hansard
Hansard record of the item : 'Lords Chamber' on Wednesday 16 July 1947.
https://hansard.parliament.uk/Lords/1947-07-16/debates/3e199adf-0e7e-421b-920e-6d3a6bf33f12/LordsChamber
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