Results 161–180 of 487 for speaker:Sir John Barlow

Clause 24. — (Transactions Between Associated Dealing Companies and Other Companies.) (6 Jul 1960)

Sir John Barlow: I beg to move, in page 22, line 5, after "right", to insert: (other than a right arising out of the mere ownership of shares)". It appears that subsection (4) is much wider than it seems at first sight. It appears to apply to, among other things, the depreciation in the value of shares held by a dealing company in an associated non-dealing company. An investment dealing company is allowed to...

Clause 24. — (Transactions Between Associated Dealing Companies and Other Companies.) (6 Jul 1960)

Sir John Barlow: I am very much obliged to my right hon. Friend for his very full explanation. In view of his clarification of the point, I beg to ask leave to withdraw the Amendment.

Clause 24. — (Transactions Between Associated Dealing Companies and Other Companies.) (6 Jul 1960)

Sir John Barlow: Perhaps I may take this opportunity to thank my hon. Friend for meeting me as far as he has done here. This is an extremely complicated matter, and I am very grateful to him for what he has done.

Agriculture (Safety Regulations) (4 Jul 1960)

Sir John Barlow: I welcome these Regulations. I, too, have seen ugly accidents when working with balers or threshing machines. These accidents are bound to happen, especially in an industry which has been mechanised so rapidly and so recently. Until very recently agriculture has been largely manual, but since the war it has become rapidly mechanical. It is difficult for people who have not been used to...

Civil Estimates and Estimates for Revenue Departments, 1960–61.: Richard Thomas and Baldwins, Limited (27 Jun 1960)

Sir John Barlow: The hon. Member for Gloucester (Mr. Diamond) has been critical of the way the sale was made. Would he suggest how such a sale should be made, provided that it is decided to sell?

Civil Estimates and Estimates for Revenue Departments, 1960–61.: Richard Thomas and Baldwins, Limited (27 Jun 1960)

Sir John Barlow: Does the hon. Gentleman suggest that each sale should come before Parliament and be discussed in public?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 36. — (Exemptions and Reliefs in Respect of Tax Under S. 35.) (26 May 1960)

Sir John Barlow: Most of us on this side of the Committee dislike intensely the abuse of the "golden handshake", which has happened occasionally during the last few years. At the same time, we must recognise that certain payments of this character are warranted and, virtually, are necessary. I think that the figure in the Bill is certainly not too high. It may even be too low. When we consider the substantial...

Order of the Day: Clause 18. — (Restriction of Relief for Losses.) (24 May 1960)

Sir John Barlow: I am very glad to be able to fallow the hon. Member for Grimsby (Mr. Crosland), who drew attention to the fact that so many hon. Members on this side of the Committee appear to be interested in farming. If he had been in his place last week, when agriculture was being discussed, he would have found a similar number of Members on this side of the Committee and an almost total absence of back...

Order of the Day: Clause 18. — (Restriction of Relief for Losses.) (24 May 1960)

Sir John Barlow: No. My hon. Friend can have his share later. This is an important matter and I hope that the Chancellor will look into it and see that those companies which are farming with substantial losses, but perfectly legitimately, are not penalised.

Order of the Day: Clause 19. — (Sale of Shares in Certain Trading Companies.) (24 May 1960)

Sir John Barlow: Before the hon. Member sits down, will he say how he relates—

Order of the Day: Clause 23. — (Transactions Between Associated Dealing Companies and Other Companies.) (24 May 1960)

Sir John Barlow: I have two small points to mention, one following on what my hon. Friend the Member for Basingstoke (Mr. Denzil Freeth) said about a time limit, which is very important but which I will not discuss further now. The other is the possibly unexpected effect of subsection (3). It is very often the custom in developing mines and minerals for a mining finance house or a large company interested in...

Peppiatt Report (23 May 1960)

Sir John Barlow: I must declare a limited interest in horses, having had a very few thoroughbreds for many years—for far too many of them—and a few other horses as well. I know very little about betting. Literally, I have not placed a bet on a horse for thirty-five years, because I found it such an expensive hobby when I did so long ago. I am very glad indeed that my right hon. Friend the Home Secretary...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (3 May 1960)

Sir John Barlow: The hon. Member leaves me in some confusion. As I understand, he has criticised this Clause yet applauded it. Will he make clear exactly where he stands on the matter?

Capital Investment in Industry (26 Apr 1960)

Sir John Barlow: What the hon. Member says may be quite true about investment on a large scale, but after a certain event last October, to which my right hon. Friend the President of the Board of Trade has referred, many small people decided to do bits of improvements and to install small machines and do this, that and the other which, cumulatively, resulted in the employment of an enormous number of people.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Cotton Industry (Reorganisation) (3 Mar 1960)

Sir John Barlow: Is my hon. Friend aware that the cotton redundancy scheme as a whole is working extraordinarily well in the spinning and weaving sections, but that the industry would appreciate schemes for the finishing section, which have not yet been announced and which are probably overdue?

Orders of the Day — Civil Aviation (Licensing) Bill (2 Mar 1960)

Sir John Barlow: Will the right hon. Gentleman make that clearer? Would he give a complete monopoly to B.O.A.C. and B.E.A. in this country?

National Health Service (Spectacles) (22 Feb 1960)

Sir John Barlow: rose in his place, and claimed to move, That the Question be now put, but Mr. SPEAKER withheld his assent and declined then to put that Question.

Oral Answers to Questions — Hong Kong: Women and Young Persons (Hours of Work) (16 Feb 1960)

Sir John Barlow: How many days a year are the women and children permitted to work under the new regulations?

Railways (Accident Bradwell) (9 Feb 1960)

Sir John Barlow: Is my right hon. Friend aware that I was on the site of the accident at dusk the evening before, as some very interesting operations were taking place, and soon after breakfast, following the accident? Is he further aware that there was supposed to be a 10-mile speed limit for trains over the temporary line? From the way in which the coaches came to rest it would appear that there had been...


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