Results 1–20 of 10176 for speaker:Mr John Whitley

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Damage to Crops, Dochcarty, Dingwall. (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: The hon. Member is giving information.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Land Seizure (Prosecutions, Lochmaddy). (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: I cannot accept that Motion.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Land Seizure (Prosecutions, Lochmaddy). (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: The proper way is for the hon. Member to move to reduce the Minister's salary.

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: I observe that since yesterday a number of additional Amendments have been placed on the Paper in the name of the hon. Member for South-West Bethnal Green (Mr. Harris). I notice that the hoe. Member has divided his former Amendment into a number of parts and has added some new propositions. One of them which relates to tramways, has been disposed of by another discussion. With regard to the...

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: I think I may say that those are two of the matters that might be argued on Clause 3 as being what I described as complementary or ancillary to industry, and, as a matter of fact, those two points could not arise on Clause 3 even if no new Amendment were put in. What I wanted to point out was that while these hereditaments, if it were claimed that they had an industrial character, would come...

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: And therefore I suggest that the hon. Member might raise those subjects which are clearly non-industrial. I might remark that I yesterday referred to Clause 3 an Amendment extending the scope of industries to which hon. Members on my left attach importance, and in view of that I must maintain that those Amendments which may be complementary or ancillary to industry must be argued on Clause 3....

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: I do not necessarily say whether they are, properly speaking, industrial or not, but it might be urged that they were necessarily complementary to industry.

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: I should say that this is just one of those things which might be described as complementary to industry, and, if hon. Members will notice, the question of storage is referred to in Clause 3. I do not know whether the hon. Member for South-West Bethnal Green (Mr. Harris) would like to move any one Amendment specially.

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: In my judgment, the subjects which have no connection with industry at all are cemeteries, sewage, tithes, health service, professional business, public recreation and education.

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: I must point out that the Amendments which the hon. Member can move as a whole, or from which he can select one in case that has a stronger claim than the others, are (h), (i), (k), (q), (t), (u) and (v).

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: The right hon. Gentleman will find an appropriate place at which to propose their omission later on.

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: The bon. Member must not go down the list. The hon. Member's colleague has chosen one par-titular Amendment, and I must ask him to keep to that Amendment.

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: I said that the hon. Member might move the seven in the united form in which he put them down yesterday, or that, if he preferred to do so, he might choose one which he considered to be the most important.

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: Certainly not. It is against my Ruling, and, as a matter of fact, now it would be out of order even if I relented.

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: The hon. Member is going a long way unless this is an illustration of public recreation.

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: This argument will be more appropriate to a later Clause.

Rating and Valuation (Apportionment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Distinction of hereditaments and apportionment of values in valuation lists.) (19 Jun 1928)

Mr John Whitley: The two Amendments in the name of the hon. Member for South-West Bethnal Green (Mr. Harris) and the hon. and learned Member for South Shields (Mr. Harney) raise a matter which should properly be dealt with on Clause 10. The Amendment in the name of the hon. and gallant Member for Oxford (Captain Bourne) might come in—I am not sure whether it can—at the end of Clause 2, but it cannot come...


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