Mr Robert Taylor

Former MP for Morpeth

Recent appearances

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture: Wages Arrears (Prosecutions) 1 Jul 1954

    Can the right hon. Gentleman say if there would have been more prosecutions had there been more inspectors and if his inspectors are working overtime?
  • Orders of the Day — Clause 12. — (Deputies.) 1 Jul 1954

    There is an important principle involved in the Amendment and I thank the Minister for what he has said. However, I press that we should accept the principle laid down in the Amendment which states: The persons appointed shall not perform any duties which in their opinion may interfere … That is a most important principle which needs to be safeguarded in what the Minister proposes. It is...
  • Orders of the Day — Clause 85. — (Medical Examinations.) 1 Jul 1954

    I should like to say a word or two here, because I feel rather strongly about this matter. Unfortunately, I have had as much experience as anybody in the House of pits closing. When men have been working in a coal mine from the age of 13 or 14 until they are 50, and then because their pit closes they have to be medically examined, it is but natural that they should not be perfectly fit men....

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