When the world position moves from a situation of shortage to a situation of Potential Crisis, the crisis is likely to be most acute for the developing countries who, although they represent two-thirds of the non-Communist world, have reserves amounting only to about 10 per cent.
They both took place at times of Potential Crisis and considerable difficulty for us, and our concern with the outcome of those meetings was very great indeed, because their outcome could have been crucial to the whole future standard of living in this country.
There is no alternative if Potential Crisis and conflict in a nuclear age are to be avoided.
With respect, in 1970 as an incoming Government Conservatives were faced with a Similar Potential Crisis.
With respect, in 1970 as an incoming Government Conservatives were faced with a similar Potential Crisis.
The saddest part of the United States action is that, whatever the eventual outcome in Grenada, and no matter how many Cubans are discovered as advisers and not as labourers on airfields, if the simplistic morality of might is right is to prevail in the West as well as in the East, the multiplication of Potential Crisis points threatens us all.
I assure the right hon. Gentleman that careful steps have been taken in relation to Any Potential Crisis.
If a shortage occurs or there is a Potential Crisis and pressures grow, those words could mean almost anything to anyone, especially to the oil company giving the assurance.
In view of the Potential Crisis, I ask the Government to give a significant boost to the suckler cow premium.
There are simplistic ways in which to tackle the problem, such as dealing with CFCs and gas pollution produced privately and by industry, but we must co-operate internationally to anticipate and deal with the Potential Crisis.
My right hon. Friend must make it clear to the Chancellor of the Exchequer - I am sure that he will - that we must not think in terms of paying teachers what we can get away with, but paying them well, because a Potential Crisis is looming in the mid-1990s.
The environmental problems facing the globe have a security dimension: the consequences of a Potential Crisis for defence and foreign policy would be very severe.
We now know that we face a Potential Crisis and that if the stocks are not protected they will collapse.
However, the game faces a Potential Crisis, due to escalating police charges, delays in establishing the Football Licensing Authority and confusion over planning policies.
Did she ask for assistance from other Ministers to avert the Potential Crisis?
That is why the report must be taken seriously, not only to deal with a Potential Crisis or malevolent spirit but to put right what is wrong throughout the NHS.
of the country will shortly be covered by GP fundholders, the Opposition are boxing themselves into a Potential Crisis?
I have looked at an assessment of the Potential Crisis points around the globe.
Its proposals to counteract the Potential Crisis were alarming.
The G7 countries have also agreed on the need for a better long-term mechanism for international authorities to work with the private sector and national authorities in handling debt rescheduling at times of Potential Crisis.
However, his suggestion of a Potential Crisis is not correct, and the police force in Avon and Somerset deserves a clear statement of the Government's confidence in the way that it is dealing with matters.
Is it not time to face up to the Potential Crisis and that real urgency--perhaps something which is in rather short supply sometimes in the Home Office--was directed towards how police numbers could be enhanced by the use of retained or auxiliary policemen?
It envisages full transparency and consultation with NATO as a Potential Crisis develops.
It is envisaged that there would be full transparency and consultation with NATO as a Potential Crisis develops.
My Lords, the defence of Europe depends to some extent on Turkey, which is surrounded by most of the world's Potential Crisis points.
We all know that there is a Potential Crisis.
There is a Potential Crisis looming for Birmingham unless there is some immediate financial support forthcoming from the Government.
I fear that the Claudio Ranieri of the Home Office, who has to tinker with everything and take off his best players just as they are about to score a goal, has struck again - a Potential Crisis is developing when we should have a success.
In doing so, we need to mobilise all the resources of the United Nations from the earliest stages of a Potential Crisis.
Parliament has enacted legislation ahead of Any Potential Crisis.
Those on the ground tell me that that approach seems a positive idea, but that the bureaucratic layers that have been added to the process have delayed aid distribution to such an extent that we face a Potential Crisis over the next several months, until new aid, as it were, turns into food or cultivated crops provide in-country resources.
More energy crops would mitigate against the Potential Crisis faced by the wood panel industry and further incentivise existing energy generators to convert to sustainable sources of biomass.
That is the Potential Crisis facing us in Northamptonshire.
My Lords, having conceded that the public health threat posed by obesity in the United Kingdom is, "a Potential Crisis on the scale of climate change", why have the Government halved lottery funding for community sport and decided to push back their target to halt the rise in childhood obesity from 2010 to 2020?
The evidence suggests that for the rail industry, although there is a Potential Crisis at the moment, worse is yet to come both for the rail and the underground.
That means planning, training and exercising alongside those likely to have a stake in a Potential Crisis.
A number of my noble friends have referred to the Potential Crisis in funding the national debt.
That means planning, training and exercising alongside those likely to have a stake in a Potential Crisis, including the energy sector; local and regional administrations, devolved Administrations and other Departments and agencies whose interests would be affected and whose assistance would be needed in such an event.
We have a Potential Crisis if we do not treat people as responsible citizens.
It is not unjustifiable to present it as a Potential Crisis, with which Ministers do not appear to be fully engaged.
Mostly they are not capitalised but are owned by the banks, and one can see a Potential Crisis coming down that line.
We should be minimising points of Potential Crisis, not creating the certainty that there will be a crisis.
What is the Minister's assessment of the exposure of London financial markets to the Potential Crisis that may follow from this?
That combination - more people needing more complex treatment - needs to be addressed now to avoid a Potential Crisis later.
It was a resignation that never was, and I am glad that it never was, but the fact is that we ended up with a Potential Crisis.
He refers to the Potential Crisis that unfolded last week.
I know that there is a difference of opinion between the Ministry of Justice and the Justice Committee, of which the hon. Member for Hayes and Harlington and I are members, but something that could well be described as a Potential Crisis is now on our doorstep.