Dreadful Crisis

Including: This Dreadful Crisis, Present Dreadful Crisis, Another Dreadful Crisis

24 mentions.

1808 - 2015

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1808 to 1918

three mentions

over 110 years

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But let them remember that a Dreadful Crisis is approaching.

In the Dreadful Crisis which took place in the years 1825 and 1826, what would have been the situation of the City of London, if individuals possessed of stock had not sold it to assist their friends?

The right hon. Gentleman the President of the Board, in framing and bringing his Bill before the House, appears to me at any rate, and I venture to think to vast numbers of the population, to have fully realised that fact, and to regard education as a great end in itself and as equipping a man for fuller and better life, and for that life which we all hope will come to this nation when we have passed through the Dreadful Crisis which confronts us at the present time.

1966 to 1983

four mentions

over 17 years

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In the face of the Present Dreadful Crisis, the country is looking to the Government to set an example.

Does he agree that the most encouraging signs in This Dreadful Crisis are the efforts being made within Rhodesia to effect an internal settlement?

It is no exaggeration to say that the future of the United Kingdom offshore engineering industry, especially the construction element, is largely dependent on the outcome of the Dreadful Crisis that faces us.

The hon. Gentleman spoke of a Dreadful Crisis, and it is just that.

1994 to 1997

three mentions

over three years

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Rwanda, especially, is likely to need external help to cope with the longer-term aftermath of the Dreadful Crisis.

If the Opposition had come to my right hon. and learned Friend the Minister at the start of This Dreadful Crisis and said that they wanted to work with him, he would have welcomed them on board, and they would have been part of the crisis committee that has done so much over the past 11 or 12 months to get the crisis under control.

I join other hon. Members in complimenting the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, my hon. Friend the Member for Tiverton (Mrs. Browning), on her achievements during This Dreadful Crisis.


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The House is indebted to the hon. Member for Clydebank and Milngavie (Mr. Worthington) for initiating this important debate and to the members of the Select Committee, who have brought back their testimony of what they have seen in the past few days of This Dreadful Crisis.


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If the Dreadful Crisis continues, presumably that also will be extended.

Before I sit down, I should again like to express our sympathy, which I know is shared around the House, for all those who find themselves in This Dreadful Crisis.

I want to say a little about the churches' response to This Dreadful Crisis.

I hope and pray that the Government, with all the help that they have, can bring This Dreadful Crisis to an end as quickly as possible.

2004 to 2008

four mentions

over four years

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I am as anxious to resolve such things as anyone else, not least because of the real suffering and worry that is afflicting all those affected by This Dreadful Crisis.

Is it possible that that could happen in the Middle East with, for the first time, a realistic glimmer or indication of a breakthrough in This Dreadful Crisis?

A terrible plight of starvation and homelessness faces refugees in the east, and as much as possible must be done to help them through This Dreadful Crisis.

It is the UN that is there already, and to the UN that those caught in This Dreadful Crisis are looking.

2009 to 2013

three mentions

over four years

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All of them have been shattered; as I said in an intervention earlier, it is like witnessing the carnage of the Somme to see rules laid down as the paragons of virtue for Europe's economy lying shattered in the Dreadful Crisis that we are debating today.

He is right to stress the importance of the very inclusive approach that we are taking in working with the diaspora communities and with all people who want to assist in tackling This Dreadful Crisis.

It allows us to discuss something that is at the heart of what regulators need to do to have a strong banking sector and economy and to have the comfort at night of knowing that we will not live through Another Dreadful Crisis like the credit crunch of the previous decade.

2014 to 2015

two mentions

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I hope that my noble friend the Minister will at least be able to say that the UK has responded to This Dreadful Crisis with our accustomed generosity.

What support, if any, are the Government offering to people in the UK who have family, friends and loved ones stuck in This Dreadful Crisis?

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