Results 321–325 of 325 for speaker:Mr David Ginsburg

Telephone Conversation, Reading (3 Dec 1959)

Mr David Ginsburg: Did the Home Secretary, in coming to his decision not to claim Crown privilege, have due regard to paragraph 100 of the Birkett Report which deals with a parallel situation, particularly the last sentence which reads: … the power given to the Secretary of State to issue a warrant to intercept communications, whether by letter or by telegram or telephone, is a power of such importance and...

Orders of the Day — Local Employment Bill: Clause 1. — (Purpose for Which Part 1 Powers Exercisable, and Duration of Powers.) (1 Dec 1959)

Mr David Ginsburg: My purpose in intervening is to support the Amendment and also to support the Amendment in line 16, which I understand is in order in this debate and which seeks to add the words, or in which further employment is required for the purpose of the proper distribution and diversification of industry. There are three reasons why we should fortify Clause 1 (2). The first is that the word...

Orders of the Day — Local Employment Bill: Clause 1. — (Purpose for Which Part 1 Powers Exercisable, and Duration of Powers.) (1 Dec 1959)

Mr David Ginsburg: I appreciate the point, Mr. Blackburn. My reason for dealing with the word "imminent" was that it is necessary to broaden the Clause. It is because of the weakness in the wording that it is necessary to enlarge the Clause. I am coming to that now.

Orders of the Day — Local Employment Bill: Clause 1. — (Purpose for Which Part 1 Powers Exercisable, and Duration of Powers.) (1 Dec 1959)

Mr David Ginsburg: It takes one-and-a-half to two years to build a factory. Allowing for the planning, a high degree of anticipation is required if we are to establish factories in advance of unemployment supervening. If the Minister protests that action on these lines is not in his mind, it is high time that we were told so. 7.15 p.m. My next reason for seeking to broaden the Minister's powers and to give...

Orders of the Day — Local Employment Bill (10 Nov 1959)

Mr David Ginsburg: It is with a deep feeling of humility that I address the House for the first time—and I also crave the indulgence of Scottish hon. Members. This is particularly the case, as my recent vocation as a backroom boy at the Labour Party's headquarters does not make me less of a new boy here. Furthermore, I can lay few claims to expertise in the subject under discussion. However, while a new...


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