All 2 results for speaker:Colonel Robert Chapman

Municipal Corporations Audit Bill.: Clause 1. — (Power of borough council to vary existing provisions as to audit.) (19 May 1933)

Colonel Robert Chapman: The Leader of the Opposition said he would support the Amendment, although it was somewhat wide. It is just because it is so wide that I hope the House will not accept it. As the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Health has pointed out, if it were passed, one of the oldest societies in the Kingdom would be ruled out. But it is because of those who would be included that I think the...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Board of Education. (18 Apr 1932)

Colonel Robert Chapman: In rising to place before the Committee this afternoon some views upon economy in education I ask the House to extend to me that kindness which it usually shows to Members who are speaking for the first time. The Minister has pointed out to us how expenditure on education has risen in the 25 years since he first entered the House, and I am glad to hear that he is now prepared to mark time and...

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