Results 41–60 of 8610 for speaker:Sir Keith Joseph

Orders of the Day — Government's Social Policy (19 Mar 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: Is the right hon. Gentleman complaining because Tory Governments have removed tax from those wage earners who were paying tax when the system was introduced?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health: Mentally Handicapped Children (Occupation Centres) (1 Apr 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: asked the Minister of Health how many occupational centres for mentally handicapped children there were in 1951; and how many there are now.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health: Mentally Handicapped Children (Occupation Centres) (1 Apr 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: Whilst appreciating that the Government have made special concessions for these centres, does the Minister think there is need for more, and, if so, what action is he proposing to take to continue the valuable trend disclosed by his reply?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health: Doctors and Patients (1 Apr 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: asked the Minister of Health (1) if he will indicate the increase or decrease in the number of doctors on medical lists in England and Wales between 1951 and the latest convenient year by number and percentage, compared with the corresponding increases or decreases in areas classed as under-doctored in 1951 between the same two dates; (2) what was the average number of patients per doctor in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health: Old People (Welfare) (1 Apr 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: Does my hon. Friend think that in this, like so many other health matters, voluntary bodies should not be ignored? Does my hon. Friend not agree that the bulletin of the National Old People's, Welfare Committee, an excellent publication, gives this information to the local authorities?

Oral Answers to Questions — Hospitals: Fuel Efficiency (1 Apr 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: Does my right hon. Friend think it necessary to discourage the attitude disclosed in a very facetious article in the Economistrecently which seemed to assume that the very highly skilled population of this country could not learn to look after boilers?

Oral Answers to Questions — Pensions and National Insurance: Retirement Pensions (Late Age Entrants) (15 Apr 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: asked the Minister of Pensions and National Insurance how many late-age entrants will start drawing retirement pensions in July, 1958; how many of these are dependent wives; and what will be the estimated annual cost to the National Insurance Fund of this new liability.

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Contributions) (1 May 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: rose—

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Contributions) (1 May 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: rose—

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Contributions) (1 May 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: I have been following the hon. Lady's argument closely, and I see her difficulty in escaping the fact that the Labour Government established a contribution which exceeded, as a proportion of the cost of the National Health Service, the combination of the contribution now suggested and the prescription and all other charges which have been made. The question which, I am sure, the Committee...

Oral Answers to Questions — Pensions and National Insurance: Old-Age and Retirement Pensions (6 May 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: asked the Minister of Pensions and National Insurance the capital value of a retirement pension to a married man reaching pension age next year; and what is the maximum amount he could have contributed to-wards it as an employed person.

Oral Answers to Questions — Pensions and National Insurance: Old-Age and Retirement Pensions (6 May 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: Will the Minister consider giving the details of this very remarkable bargain in the explanatory literature which is sent out to those going on to retirement pensions?

Oral Answers to Questions — Pensions and National Insurance: Old-Age and Retirement Pensions (6 May 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: asked the Minister of Pensions and National Insurance what is the capital value of a retirement pension to a married man reaching pension age next year; and what is the maximum amount he could have contributed to wards it as an employed person if he first entered insurance on 5th July, 1948.

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (8 May 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: Can the hon. Lady say what the rise in the population has been since the date to which she referred?

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (8 May 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: Sir K. Josephrose—

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (8 May 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: I agree with much of what the hon. Lady says, but this very difficult non-political problem, the question of discipline of professional people, has always been eschewed by hon. Members on both sides of the House.

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (8 May 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: While agreeing with some of the things the hon. Lady said, I am sure She would wish to make it clear that very often the lateness of consultants is due to their busyness and that it can be very rare that there is any such motive as she is imputing to a splendid profession, although she may be right in individual cases.

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (8 May 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: Will the hon. Gentleman allow me? I am following his argument, and I hope to deal with it if I have the good fortune to catch Mr. Speaker's eye. I must protest against the constant misuse of statistics. Of course a smaller proportion of the gross national income is being devoted to the National Health Service because the gross National income has grown by so very much since those days in new...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (8 May 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: I should like to apologise to my right hon. Friend the Minister of Health for missing his opening speech and to all hon. Members whose speeches I have not heard because of a very urgent constituency matter requiring me to go to the Home Office in the middle of the debate. It is a pleasure to follow the hon. Member for Tottenham (Sir F. Messer), whose recent pamphlet on disabled persons I was...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (8 May 1957)

Sir Keith Joseph: I see that the hon. Lady wishes to interrupt me. She would not give way to me, but I will gladly give way to her.


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