Results 121–140 of 11883 for speaker:Mr James Ede

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Street Trading (Girls). (31 Oct 1929)

Mr James Ede: 43. asked the Home Secretary how many local authorities have applied for by-laws to prohibit absolutely the carrying on of street trading by girls under the age of 16 years; and in how many cases such a by-law has been approved by his Department?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: School Inspections. (31 Oct 1929)

Mr James Ede: 61. asked the President of the Board of Education how many schools, other than those in receipt of State and /or rate aid, have expressed their willingness to be inspected by the Board of Education; how many such schools were inspected by the Board during the last year for which statistics are available; and what action, if any, is taken where the result of such inspection reveals hygienic or...

Oral Answers to Questions — Austria.: Murder Trial, Havana. (4 Nov 1929)

Mr James Ede: 24. asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if the trial has yet taken place of the person accused of the murder of Thomas Hunt, of South Shields, in Havana, in June of this year; if so, what the result of the trial was; and, if not, when it is anticipated the trial will take place?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Epsom Downs (Regulation). (4 Nov 1929)

Mr James Ede: 65. asked the Minister of Agriculture if any application has been received by his Department for the regulation of the Metropolitan common of Epsom Downs; if so, when was such application received; and what action does he contemplate in respect of it?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Common Land (Enclosures). (4 Nov 1929)

Mr James Ede: 66. asked the Minister of Agriculture how many applications have been made to his Department for sanction to the enclosure of common land under Section 194 of the Law of Property Act, 1925; in how many cases an inquiry has been held by his Department; in how many cases consent has been given; and whether in any such case consent has been given without an undertaking that at least an...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Shipbuilding. (5 Nov 1929)

Mr James Ede: Has the right hon. Gentleman's attention been drawn to the disadvantage of shipbuilders in this country having to compete with countries like Northern Ireland and Scandinavia, where trading facilities are in existence?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Staffing and Equipment. (7 Nov 1929)

Mr James Ede: 61. asked the President of the Board of Education what steps he has taken or is taking to establish secondary standards of staffing and equipment in schools for children over the age of 11 coming at present or to be established under the elementary regulations; and whether any instructions have been issued recently to His Majesty's Inspectors for their guidance when discussing with local...

Orders of the Day — Poor Prisoners' Defence Bill. (8 Nov 1929)

Mr James Ede: We have heard several speeches from members of the legal profession this morning. I shall speak for a few moments as one of those country magistrates who Sometimes wish that members of the legal profession were not allowed to practice before them, because just when a magistrate thinks he has grasped the justice of a case, one of the legal profession comes along to explain what the law is. I...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Havana (British Subject's Death). (11 Nov 1929)

Mr James Ede: 34. asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he has yet received any report of the legal proceedings against the person accused of the killing of Thomas Hunt, of South Shields, in Havana; and, if not, when he expects to receive such a report?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Havana (British Subject's Death). (11 Nov 1929)

Mr James Ede: Will my right hon. Friend allow me to see a copy of the Report?

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Common Land (Enclosure). (11 Nov 1929)

Mr James Ede: 60. asked the Minister of Agriculture if he will consider the advisability of laying down as a general principle that no permanent enclosure of common land will be sanctioned by his Department under Section 194 of the Law of Property Act, 1925, unless the persons making the enclosure provide to throw into the common an area at least equal to that enclosed or provide in some other way that the...

Education. (13 Nov 1929)

Mr James Ede: On a point of Order. May I draw attention to the terms of the Motion which deals with raising the school age and not with nursery schools?

Education. (13 Nov 1929)

Mr James Ede: I only desire to make two points, which must perforce be very brief. The first is with regard to the point made by the Noble Lord the Member for Hastings (Lord E. Percy), as to the problem of the fluctuation of juvenile employment due to the raising of the school-leaving age. One of the great reasons why I support this Measure is that by it we dam the flow of that employment into the market...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: North and South Shields (Cross-River Communications). (11 Dec 1929)

Mr James Ede: Will my hon. Friend be able to give a decision this side of Christmas?

Oral Answers to Questions — Electricity Supplies.: Joint Authorities and Advisory Boards. (11 Dec 1929)

Mr James Ede: 67. asked the Minister of Transport if he will state the areas which are covered by joint electricity authorities and joint advisory boards, respectively, in Great Britain what proportion these are to the total area of Great Britain; and will he give similar statistics based on population?

Electricity Supply. (11 Dec 1929)

Mr James Ede: I should like, in the first place, to express the great feeling of gratification we have on this side of the House at the very robust speech of the Minister of Transport on this particular question. We welcome especially the closing stages of his remarks, because we feel that they show a complete realisation of the difficulties which have to be faced, and of the only way in which they can be...

Electricity Supply. (11 Dec 1929)

Mr James Ede: My figures were a year later than the figures quoted by the hon. Member for Stourbridge.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Teachers. (12 Dec 1929)

Mr James Ede: 64. asked the President of the Board of Education how many teachers there are in State-aided secondary schools; and how many have undergone a course of training extending over one year or more?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Teachers. (12 Dec 1929)

Mr James Ede: Will my right hon. Friend consider making a regulation whereby the future appointments to secondary schools shall be from those who have undergone a course of training?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Girls' Church School. (Cheam). (12 Dec 1929)

Mr James Ede: 65. asked the President of the Board of Education if he has received any complaints as to the structural condition of the Sutton and Cheam, Cheam Common, Girls' Church School; and, if so, what action he proposes taking in relation thereto?


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