Sir A. CHAMBERLAIN: The latest reports indicate that the situation at Hankow is easier, but that a Further Crisis is anticipated.
He said, taking into account the speech which was made by Mr. Edwards: "There is no need for a Further Crisis if the mine owners will respond to the appeal of the hon. Member for Morpeth".
We have now had a further incident, causing a Further Crisis to arise, within the last few days.
I am aware of that fact, but I think it would be unwise to go too fast now and then be faced with a Further Crisis in two or three months' time.
When he is at sea he is performing a useful purpose, and is preparing himself for what may often be a more useful purpose should a Further Crisis occur in the affairs of this country.
Does he not agree that it would be a poor bargain if we were to pay through the nose to liquidate the old manning levels in order to fix new ones which will remain set until a Further Crisis hits the Press?
But they spent such a long time in playing down the fact that a Further Crisis occurred in July that year, and in the end the International Monetary Fund had to come in to sweep up the mess.
The Minister argues that delays will cause a Further Crisis.
Accordingly, a Further Crisis package of measures was agreed comprising the extension of mandatory production quotas for some products, voluntary industry restraint agreements, monitored by the Commission, for others, and strict enforcement of the ECSC rules on pricing transparency by both producers and the larger distributors.
The mishandling of the pit closure programme last February landed the NCB in a Further Crisis for which the taxpayer is now picking up the bill.
In the following year, they will run into a Further Crisis, because the 1986 budget will also fail to meet the demands made on us.
When it is clear that the Prime Minister has enough money to meet the demands of the presidents of the royal colleges and of the nurses, without further dispute and without Further Crisis, why does she not use that money now?
If we are to avert a Further Crisis, we should have a debate.
You and I, Mr. Deputy Speaker, may well read press reports of Further Crisis meetings of representatives of the Prime Minister's office.
The cut in electricity supply has caused a Further Crisis at water pumping stations and many of the areas do not have water supplies.
Is he aware also that a Further Crisis has arisen because Ministers are not reporting on the proposed legislation as it is?
Further Crisis loans were made on 11 April and 24 April, when the social fund officer decided that Mr. Docherty's personal circumstances were such that these were appropriate.
The Government's funding policy will create a Further Crisis, and we wish to avoid that.
Labour Members bleat about the Crisis in Further 853 education.
There will then be a Further Crisis, and they will have to be reopened later using additional money.
The Government will receive my support for measures which make reasonable attempts to address This Further Crisis.
Is that in the region and available, or are we still short of what we may need to deal with what could be, asthe hon. Member for Reading, East (Mr. Wilson) said, a Further Crisis?
What more are Her Majesty's Government able to do to create a level playing field in order to avoid a Further Crisis and the current danger to Bangladesh's position in the international community?
I believe that that would be a wholly unacceptable restriction on clinicians: it would exclude patients whose first compulsory admission had already been preceded by several voluntary admissions; and it would deny the potential benefits of supervised community treatment to patients until there had been a Further Crisis and a further compulsory hospitalisation.
That will benefit fewer patients, restrict clinicians, exclude patients whose first compulsory admission has been preceded by several voluntary admissions, and make patients wait until a Further Crisis and a further compulsory hospitalisation have occurred.
General Dannatt said that we had no reserves for the unexpected, which is one of the main problems that we could face if a Further Crisis emerges in the Balkans.
The Chancellor says that this is all the Financial Services Authority's responsibility, but it is the Chancellor who is ultimately responsible for tax money, and how is he going to enforce these commitments, because while the Government can give their support now and strike a deal now, they will, of course, find it very difficult to withdraw that support once it is offered without risking Further Crisis, so what are the real sanctions that the FSA or the Treasury have to help small businesses?
If that happened, I could not guarantee that there would not be a Further Crisis.
That way lies contagion and thus a Further Crisis.