All 6 results for speaker:Mr George Sherwood

Orders of the Day — Surrey County Council Bill. (17 Feb 1931)

Mr George Sherwood: I beg to second the Motion. One has heard so much to-night about the amenities of Surrey that one is almost inclined to feel jealous. I cannot speak on this matter from the point of view of the expert. The only place where I have lived in Surrey is Barnes, and I know the High Street. I do not wish—and here my hon. Friend the Member for South Shields (Mr. Ede) will agree with me—that Part...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 26. — (Annual value of property in London for purposes of Income Tax.) (23 Jun 1930)

Mr George Sherwood: Having regard to the fact that Englishmen are not allowed to intervene on Scottish matters, is it in order for a Scottish Member to intervene on English matters?

Clause 11. — (Reorganisation of Board of Control.) (13 May 1930)

Mr George Sherwood: How much would that cost?

Local Government Legislation. (13 Nov 1929)

Mr George Sherwood: I hesitate to take part in this Debate, and I am prompted to intervene for only a few minutes because of a very bitter experience I have had in connection with Private Bills and Provisional Orders. An hon. Member opposite has said that local authorities discover they are in difficulties only when they want an extension of their boundaries. That is not my experience. The Corporation of...

Orders of the Day — Housing (Financial Provisions) [Money]. (3 Jun 1924)

Mr George Sherwood: I speak with all humility as a new Member. I wish to speak as one who has tried to get the best out of the pre-Addison era, then out of the Addison scheme, and also the best out of the 1923 Act. I believe that the present proposal of the Minister of Health is much better than either of the other schemes. The failure of the Addison scheme was that the liability of the local authorities was...

Orders of the Day — Trade Union Act (1913) Amendment Bill. (14 Mar 1924)

Mr George Sherwood: Was not this man debarred from relief from the guardians because he was in arrear with his colliery contributions of one penny a week?


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