All 11 results for speaker:Sir Reginald Neville

Clause 39. — (First general review by county councils.) (19 Dec 1928)

Sir Reginald Neville: I beg to move, in page 34, to leave out from the word "Act" in line 24, to the word "and" in line 27, and to insert instead thereof the words: review the circumstances of all districts wholly or partly within the county. If the Amendment is accepted, the Clause will read: The council of every county shall as soon as may be after the commencement on this Act, review the circumstances of all...

Orders of the Day — Agriculture. (20 Dec 1927)

Sir Reginald Neville: If my recollection is right, in one of your Limehouse speeches you distinguished between those on your side as "souls," and the rural landlords, on the other side, to whom you referred as "sods."

Orders of the Day — Ouse Drainage Bill. (16 Jun 1927)

Sir Reginald Neville: I think it is clear from the speeches which have been made in this Debate that that part of the county of Norfolk which I represent ought to bear no share in the payments which are to be demanded under this Bill. I will point out the reasons why I make that statement. I have looked through the Report of the Commissioners most carefully to find out, if I can, what are the bases on which it is...

Orders of the Day — Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Bill.: Clause 3. — (Prevention of intimidation, etc.) (24 May 1927)

Sir Reginald Neville: I have listened to a large portion of this Debate and I think hon. Members opposite have dealt quite fairly with a very difficult subject, and one which is much older than the questions dealt with by this Bill. Hon. Members opposite talk about the employers and the employed as though the employers were the enemies of the employed. That is a very great pity. I do not think we should look upon...

Orders of the Day — Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Bill.: Clause 3. — (Prevention of intimidation, etc.) (24 May 1927)

Sir Reginald Neville: I beg the, hon. Gentleman's pardon. Black-listing was known quite 70 or 80 years ago.

Orders of the Day — Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Bill.: Clause 1. — (Illegal Strikes.) (17 May 1927)

Sir Reginald Neville: If I had not been a lawyer I do not think I should have taken part in this discussion, but having for many years spent a great portion of my time in considering the history of the Labour movement I can well understand the attitude of most hon. Members opposite in regard to this Bill. When I look back, I see that the chief trouble that has been going through the country since we have had a...

Orders of the Day — Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Bill.: Clause 1. — (Illegal Strikes.) (17 May 1927)

Sir Reginald Neville: I was only trying to point out that the ambiguities in this Clause are inherent in any question which deeply affects a large number of people, and that it is impossible to lay down words which will fit every case. You are bound to have some kind of interpretation in the Bill. Hon. Members opposite say that interpretations given by High Court Judges have been biassed in some cases. I think...

Orders of the Day — Gas Regulation Act, 1920. (8 Dec 1925)

Sir Reginald Neville: I do not propose to proceed with that Amendment.

Orders of the Day — Gas Regulation Act, 1920. (8 Dec 1925)

Sir Reginald Neville: I beg to move, in line 4, to leave out the word "approved'' and to add instead thereof the words: Referred to a Select Committee of four Members appointed by the Committee of Selection for their Report, which shall state whether in their opinion Section 7 (1) B of Part 2 of the First Schedule of the Order should be omitted; that the proceedings of the Committee "to which the Order is referred...

Orders of the Day — Gas Regulation Act, 1920. (5 Aug 1925)

Sir Reginald Neville: I beg to move, in line 4, at the end to add the words, subject to the omission of Section 7 (1) B, and Schedule I, Part II. I represent here constituents of mine who live in an area immediately adjoining Great Yarmouth, called Caister, which is, of course, a country village adjoining a town, and I have been asked by my constituents to oppose only two sections of this Order, this otherwise...

Orders of the Day — Contributorypensionsbill. (22 Jul 1925)

Sir Reginald Neville: May I add my voice also in support of the Amendment. It seems to me that the discussion this afternoon, especially the historical discussion, is entirely beside the point. When you have, as in this particular case, a free gift under the Workmen's Compensation Act, which has been given for a large number of years, it does not seem to me that this is the time at which or that this is the Bill,...


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