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Results 41–60 of 855 for speaker:Mr Henry Cautley

Orders of the Day — Clause 1. — (Discontinuance of certain subsidies under 13 & 14 Geo. 5. C. 24 and 14 & 15 Geo. 5. c. 35.) (28 Feb 1933)

Mr Henry Cautley: I understood that we were discussing this question because the Minister had referred to his Amendment when dealing with the Amendment which is now before the Committee. It would influence the minds of some of us if this matter were clear up. I will be very brief if I may refer to this matter.

Orders of the Day — Clause 1. — (Discontinuance of certain subsidies under 13 & 14 Geo. 5. C. 24 and 14 & 15 Geo. 5. c. 35.) (28 Feb 1933)

Mr Henry Cautley: The principle to be decided and the whole object of the proposal which we are now discussing is, as I understand it, to take care that those local authorities who have gone to the expense and trouble of preparing their plans, and who have got everything almost ready for submission to the Minister by the 7th December, should still be able to obtain the subsidy under the Act that we are...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Argentina. (21 Feb 1933)

Mr Henry Cautley: 17. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he will take the opportunity of the presence in London of the Argentine mission to point out the difficulties arising in Anglo-Argentine trade from the fact that we buy annually approximately £50,000,000 worth of Argentine productions whereas the Argentine buys only £11,000,000 worth of United Kingdom goods; and will he ask the mission...

Orders of the Day — Parliament Act (1911) Amendment Bill. (16 Dec 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: I beg to second the Motion. 11.30 a.m. Except for those persons who desire to see the Second Chamber done away with, the Bill, I believe, will re- ceive almost universal assent. The Parliament Act which it seeks to amend treats a Money Bill as different from Bills of ordinary legislation. It has been found by experience that the definition therein of a Money Bill is not sufficiently clear,...

Orders of the Day — Parliament Act (1911) Amendment Bill. (16 Dec 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: That will be put right in Committee.

Orders of the Day — Parliament Act (1911) Amendment Bill. (16 Dec 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: The courts are constantly involved in disregarding the form of a, transaction and looking at the substance of it.

Orders of the Day — London Passenger Transport (Re-Committed) Bill.: Clause 3. — (General duty of Board as to passenger transport.) (5 Dec 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: Before we part from this Clause, I should be very glad if the learned Attorney-General would clear up some difficulties which I have in regard to it. Sub-section (4) says: It shall be the duty of the board to conduct their undertaking in such manner, and to fix such fares and charges in accordance with the provisions of this Act, as to secure that their revenues shall be sufficient o defray...

Orders of the Day — London Passenger Transport (Re-Committed) Bill.: Clause 3. — (General duty of Board as to passenger transport.) (5 Dec 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: Would the Attorney-General kindly deal with the other part of my question? Is it compulsory on this board to increase the fares, or is that discretionary also; and if so, does the Clause mean anything?

Orders of the Day — London Passenger Transport (Re-Committed) Bill.: Clause 4. — (Provisions as to members of board.) (5 Dec 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: I think the Attorney-General ought to have given a fuller answer to my hon. Friend's point. It is not only a question of parting with any transport stock that he has. The Clause says: It shall not be lawful for a member of the board to purchase for his own benefit any securities in any such company or any such transport stock. I cannot understand why a member of the board cannot invest his...

Orders of the Day — London Passenger Transport (Re-Committed) Bill.: Clause 7. — (Consideration for transfer of undertakings other than local authorities' undertakings.) (5 Dec 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: As I understand the agreement made with the Metropolitan Railway, the terms are that the Metropolitan Railway stockholders are to receive a guarantee of 3i per cent. for 15 years and a guarantee of 3 per cent. for a further 10 years? As the Minister has told us, it is not to be paid out of the funds of the undertaking but by the four main railways with which the Bill has nothing whatever to...

Orders of the Day — London Passenger Transport (Re-Committed) Bill.: Clause 7. — (Consideration for transfer of undertakings other than local authorities' undertakings.) (5 Dec 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: Is not the Minister of Transport going to answer the question that I put? The Committee has a right to know, and I protest strongly against the action of the Minister in sitting there and not giving the Committee the information that we want. I repeat, with all the force I can, that I want to know how it is to the interests of the main line railways to give this guarantee to the Metropolitan...

Orders of the Day — London Passenger Transport (Re-Committed) Bill.: Clause 7. — (Consideration for transfer of undertakings other than local authorities' undertakings.) (5 Dec 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: May I ask if it is now arranged that every constituent body coming into this undertaking shall have elected to take cash or stock?

Orders of the Day — London Passenger Transport (Re-Committed) Bill.: Clause 10. — (Determination of amount of consideration and terms of transfer in case of local authorities' undertakings.) (5 Dec 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: The question I want to put is this. Does Clause 10 provide that every agreement between the board and a local authority is to go to arbitration? That is the way I read it. If so, does that mean that the agreements with the three authorities mentioned in the Fourth Schedule have not to go to arbitration 7 If the learned Attorney-General will look at page 129 of the Bill he will see it stated...

Orders of the Day — London Passenger Transport (Re-Committed) Bill.: Clause 10. — (Determination of amount of consideration and terms of transfer in case of local authorities' undertakings.) (5 Dec 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: How is that reconcilable with Clause 10? Why are those three county councils' agreements exempted when we know that arrangements have been made with others, the London County Council, for instance? Another question is, with how many local authorities have agreements been made?

Orders of the Day — London Passenger Transport (Re-Committed) Bill.: Clause 14. — (Rules to be applied in, determining compensation.) (5 Dec 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: This Clause gave very great difficulty to the Joint Committee. We had before us the trains, the tubes and the independent omnibuses, all varying in their foundation, in the conditions on which they had been carried on, and the number of years they had been going. There were some 200 undertakings; many of them had been dismembered and parts added to larger undertakings, and other parts left...

Orders of the Day — London Passenger Transport (Re-Committed) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Establishment of London Passenger Transport Board.) (29 Nov 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: As the Minister, in what he has said, already has shown that the alterations to the Bill are so different from anything in the Bill which went before the Joint Select Committee, shall I be in order in moving that the present Bill be recommitted to that Select Committee?


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