Results 61–80 of 1239 for speaker:Lady Grant of Monymusk

Clause 5. — (Colleges of Education.) (27 Apr 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: I consider that the recommendations under Clauses 2 and 3, and the reporting of the circumstances to the Secretary of State, which are, after all, the circumstances in connection with the recommendations, or, as Clause 5(3) says, the recommendations as modified, are the same thing. It is for that reason that I think the Secretary of State should have regard to them. The hon. Lady asked...

Clause 6. — (Establishment of Register.) (27 Apr 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: Unlike the situation with regard to the last Amendment, in this case we are really indebted to the hon. Lady for having taken the trouble to consider the points made in Committee, to delete Schedule 2, and to insert its substance in this Clause. We thank her for the trouble which she has taken.

Clause 6. — (Establishment of Register.) (27 Apr 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: As the hon. Lady has said, this was a subject which raised considerable debate and very genuine concern in Committee. I feel that the Amendment which she has seen fit to move, inserting the words "certificate of registration" rather than the vague term certified extracts from the register will meet the point which was in everyone's mind and safeguard the private and personal position of a...

7. — (Requirements for Recom- Mendation for Registration.) (27 Apr 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: I hope that my hon. Friends will agree that the Joint Under-Secretary of State has tried to meet the genuine concern expressed during the Committee stage discussions. In her explanation of Amendment No. 16, she sought to clarify the words "fitness to teach" to which I see has been added the word "generally"—whatever that may mean. I do not think that such a word is usually found in an Act...

Clause 10. — (Investigating and Disciplinary Committees.) (27 Apr 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: We are grateful to the hon. Lady for this Amendment. We are disappointed that she has not seen fit to accept the content of Amendment No. 19. Would she be good enough to give an indication, so that it may appear on the record, of the number of persons she thinks it would be advisable for the Council to appoint to the Committee? The fears expressed during the Committee stage discussions were...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Initial Teaching Alphabet (7 Apr 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: Can the Secretary of State say whether there is any intention of extending the pilot schemes in the City of Aberdeen beyond the present four schools now concerned? Is he aware that some of these schools have great difficulty in getting the textbooks involved? Can he use his good offices to improve this situation?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Fishing Industry (7 Apr 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: Has the Secretary of State received representations from the seine net fishermen on the north-east coast of Scotland about the new berthing scheme introduced into Aberdeen at the weekend? Is he aware that this scheme has been approved by the Aberdeen Harbour Board and the Aberdeen Town Council but that it is causing consideraable concern, and as it is only on a three months' trial period,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Fishing Industry (7 Apr 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: Is the Secretary of State aware that this Question refers to an inquiry into the state of the fishing industry? In his reply he suggested that I should put down a question on the matter. Is he aware that a letter has been sent to him from the seine net fishermen? I am asking him whether he is aware of the facts, and it appears from what he has said that he is not aware of them.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Aberdeen (Under-Secretary's Visit) (7 Apr 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: Will the right hon. Gentleman state what action was taken by the Under-Secretary to encourage the town council to give more opportunities for the industrialised system of building now under experiment in one scheme? Secondly, will he say what he has done to encourage greater slum clearance?

Orders of the Day — South-East Asia Treaty Organisation (Immunities and Privileges) (5 Apr 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: The Minister of State has explained this lengthy Order, for which we are grateful to him. I say on behalf of my right hon. and hon. Friends that we, too, welcome the Order, because it gives effect to the Agreement on the Privileges and Immunities in the United Kingdom of S.E.A.T.O. which was signed in Bangkok on 12th March. It is necessary, because we all look forward to making welcome here...

Orders of the Day — South-East Asia Treaty Organisation (Immunities and Privileges) (5 Apr 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: Can the hon. Member clarify that? In referring to Article 4 of the Annex he referred to such other similar facilities as related to the United Nations. Can he detail those facilities?

Orders of the Day — South-East Asia Treaty Organisation (Immunities and Privileges) (5 Apr 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: Some of us are not entirely conversant with the details, and I am sure that hon. Members would be interested to hear about them.

Foreign Affairs (1 Apr 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: The hon. Gentleman has made a very serious charge. He will no doubt have noticed hat this afternoon my right hon. Friend welcomed the Foreign Secretary's speech, and particularly his long historical analysis of the situation. Does the hon. Gentleman, therefore, repudiate his own Foreign Secretary?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Aviation: London-Aberdeen Service (17 Mar 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: asked the Minister of Aviation whether he will instruct the member whom he will appoint to British European Airways' board, charged with paying special attention to the interests of the domestic passenger, to ensure that there will be two daily direct air services between London and Aberdeen, which now enjoys only one direct service daily.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Aviation: London-Aberdeen Service (17 Mar 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: Is the Minister aware that, owing to his expressed confidence that the appointment of this one extra member was going to bring speedy and acceptable results for the domestic passenger, there will be great disappointment if he cannot give instructions in the sense of the Question, particularly as the tourist season is coming on? No doubt he will be aware that owing to the cancellation of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Law of Succession (Illegitimates) (3 Mar 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: Would the Minister say how often this Committee has sat to date and when it is expected to report?

Oral Answers to Questions — Law Reform (3 Mar 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: Does not the Minister agree that a great deal of work has been done over the years on the whole question of law reform? Will he say what is being done to try to simplify the timetable of the House of Commons, which is the real hold-up to further measures of law reform? Can he further say what is being done to try to secure more skilled Parliamentary draftsmen?

Bill Presented: White Fish Subsidy (3 Mar 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: The Joint Parliamentary Secretary, happily, represents a Scottish constituency and, therefore, we are particularly glad to see him taking an interest in fishing, which I know he has always done. I am sure he will not be surprised if I ask why Aberdeen is not included in the supplementary estimate. I know the main reason for this; it is because the figures to date on which the supplementary...

Oral Answers to Questions — Indonesia (British Property) (1 Mar 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: Has the Minister of State pointed out to the Indonesian Government that expropriation without compensation is most discouraging to British investors, not only in Indonesia, but in all other developing countries?

Oral Answers to Questions — United Nations: Charter (Chapter VII) (1 Mar 1965)

Lady Grant of Monymusk: Can the hon. Gentleman say whether Her Majesty's Government still support the ruling of the International Court on Article 19 and whether the United Kingdom representative on the new Peace-Keeping Committee, which is also to discuss financial obligations, will be instructed to uphold Article 19 and that ruling?


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