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Results 101–120 of 855 for speaker:Mr Henry Cautley

Orders of the Day — Town and Country Planning Bill.: Clause 10. — (Interim development orders). (3 Jun 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: I beg to ask leave to withdraw my Amendment.

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. (11 May 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: The Minister of Health did not state in his opening speech that he had actuarial sanction for that part of the Bill which deals with the insured person who continues in insurance, in the matter of old age pensions and other benefit, a part of the Bill with which I entirely agree, but I assume that he had in fact actuarial sanction for this part as well as for that relating to married and...

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. (11 May 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: I only hear it. Numbers of people tell me so, but otherwise I am not prepared to justify it. I was asking for information, whether there were any statistics upon it. I wish also to ask whether it would not be advis- able to alter the system of the relationship of the panel doctor and his insured patients. At present, I understand, no notice has to be given of any change. Can a doctor be more...

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. (11 May 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: The doctor is put into an impossible position, where his duty conflicts with his interest. No judicial officer is allowed to be placed in such a position in the administration of justice. What happens now is that the panel doctor is the medical man of the head of a family, and he has, as a rule, the wife and children of the family as his private patients. He is presented with an application...

Orders of the Day — First Schedule. — (Constitution and Proceedings of Wheat Commission.) (7 Apr 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: I beg to move, din page 27, line 8, to leave out the word "fifteen," and to insert instead thereof the word "nineteen." This is one of two Amendments which stand on the Paper in my name. It is intended to increase the number of the Wheat Commission, apart from the chairman and vice-chairman, from 15 to 19. My second Amendment, in line 13 to leave out the word "four" and to insert instead...

Orders of the Day — First Schedule. — (Constitution and Proceedings of Wheat Commission.) (7 Apr 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: I do not propose to divide the House against my own Government. I only hope that the Minister will not find that he is disappointed in the working of this Bill.

Orders of the Day — Wheat Bill.: First Sohedule. — (Constitution and Proceedings of Wheat Commission.) (21 Mar 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: I am willing that my Amendment shall also be taken now.

Orders of the Day — Wheat Bill.: First Sohedule. — (Constitution and Proceedings of Wheat Commission.) (21 Mar 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: I cannot help feeling that the hon. and learned Gentleman the Member for East Bristol (Sir S. Cripps) is unduly anxious about the consumer. The consumer has been dealt with mainly by the Bill. I am very anxious, as far as the Members of the Commission are concerned, about the farmer. The farmer is the person who is to bear the whole brunt of the cost of the Commission, and it is vital that...

Orders of the Day — Wheat Bill.: First Sohedule. — (Constitution and Proceedings of Wheat Commission.) (21 Mar 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: Nothing that the Wheat Commission could do could put that money back into the hon. Member's pocket.

Orders of the Day — Wheat Bill.: First Sohedule. — (Constitution and Proceedings of Wheat Commission.) (21 Mar 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: I am extremely dissatisfied with the action of the Minister, and—

Orders of the Day — Wheat Bill.: First Sohedule. — (Constitution and Proceedings of Wheat Commission.) (21 Mar 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: I was only making a small protest, but I do not wish to move the Amendment.

Orders of the Day — Wheat Bill.: Clause 14. — (Penalties.) (18 Mar 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: I notice that under Sub-section (1) the penalties provided are subject to the words "on summary conviction." I should like to ask what the penalties are if proceedings are taken on indictment. There is only one penalty for offences under the first three paragraphs dealt with on summary conviction, although they are offences very different in character and degree. I can only assume that if the...

Orders of the Day — Wheat Bill.: Clause 14. — (Penalties.) (18 Mar 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: In Sub-section (1, a) the first words deal with the offence of forgery. The rest of the Clause does not deal with forgery. Is it a proper thing to include in one Clause two offences where one is a felony and the other a misdemeanour? I suggest to the Minister that before the Report stage he should consult with his legal advisers on the matter.

Orders of the Day — Wheat Bill.: Clause 14. — (Penalties.) (18 Mar 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: I notice that the provisional orders made under Sub-section (2) of Clause 2 are excepted from this Clause. Those provisional orders have relation to the fixing of the standard price. The words in Sub-section (2) of Clause 2 are: the order shall be provisional only and shall have no effect until confirmed by Parliament. That, I take it, is a confirmation by both Houses. Is the Minister...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Village Schools (Reorganisation). (1 Oct 1931)

Mr Henry Cautley: 41. asked the President of the Board of Education whether, seeing that the carrying out of the reorganisation of village schools under the Hadow Report into senior and junior schools situated in different villages is likely to cause the disintegration and break up of village life, and that the provision of such schools and alteration of existing schools will result in heavy cost, he will have...

Consumers' Council Bill (Selection of Amendments). (19 Jun 1931)

Mr Henry Cautley: On a point of Order. The reason for this Motion is that waste of time has taken place in Committee on various Bills and, in particular, on the Consumers' Council Bill. Your predecessor allowed the hon. Member for Kirkdale (Mr. Sandham) not only to go into what took place on the Bill in 1930 but read a report of speeches that were made there to show that there was waste of time. I submit that...

Orders of the Day — Local Authorities (Publicity) Bill. (1 May 1931)

Mr Henry Cautley: Before the House passes from this Bill, I should like to ask the promoters whether there is any reason for including local authorities of small boroughs and urban districts and leaving out rural districts and county councils. It seems to me to be an extremely good Bill, and I have learned this morning that it has the effect of disseminating publicity abroad and that its sole object is to...

Orders of the Day — Agricultural Land (Utilisation) Bill.: Clause 3. — (Power of Minister to acquire land for purposes of reconditioning.) (5 Feb 1931)

Mr Henry Cautley: I read this Amendment in a somewhat different way to that of the right hon. and gallant Member who proposed it, and other of my hon. Friends. Under the framework of the Clause it is provided by Subsection (3) that under certain conditions the Minister can serve a notice on the owner to treat a piece of land and the question as to whether those conditions have been fulfilled come under...


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