Results 41–60 of 563 for speaker:Mr Norman Cole

Orders of the Day — Domiciliary Physiotherapy (27 Jul 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: In the sort of cases that we have at the moment the general practitioner would naturally consult the consultant—the position with regard to consultation would be as it is at the moment—but in other cases, especially in minor cases, and also in some major ones, naturally the general practitioner would have a very close liaison with the person giving the physiotherapy.

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL: Clause 5. — (Vehicles Excise Duty: Increases and Alterations.) (7 Jul 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: In all fairness, I must thank the Financial Secretary for his concessions to the farmers. I made a speech in somewhat violent terms in Committee about this matter. However, like my hon. Friend the Member for Cornwall, North (Mr. Scott-Hopkins), I find the explanation of the administrative difficulty most unconvincing. If this were true, we should never change the old-age pensions, because...

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL: Clause 5. — (Vehicles Excise Duty: Increases and Alterations.) (7 Jul 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: I appreciate that the hon. and learned Gentleman may not have the figures with him, but could he tell us how many vehicles are involved in this matter? Secondly, what would happen to anybody taking out a licence between now and the date when the Bill becomes law?

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL (5 Jul 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: My hon. Friend may not realise that dividends are controlled, and that any benefit from the Act must have gone back to the consumers.

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL (5 Jul 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: It is most difficult to try to arrive at the mind of the Government on this and other matters which have been before the House in recent months. Obviously they appreciate that there is a problem here, so they come forward with a half-baked Clause to put off the evil day, or to offer some concession, possibly in the hope that we would keep quiet on Report. The best expression with which to...

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: Clause 1. — (Regulated Tenancies.) (30 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: I want to ask the right hon. Gentleman a question which he did not give way for me to put. We all appreciate the great problem of the decontrolled and the administrative matters involved in dealing with it. If one house which is decontrolled is dealt with by the rent officer and a half a dozen houses in the same road happen, because of the time of occupation—before 1957—to be still...

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: Clause 17. — (Registration Areas and Rent Officers in England and Wales.) (30 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: I support my hon. Friend the Member for Poole (Mr. Murton). I do not see how any extra work involved can be a reason for resisting the Amendment, because, with a population of 60,000 and possibly the surrounding area in addition, it is likely that there will be a rent officer in any case. The county authority will almost certainly consult the local people about appointments and a non-county...

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: Clause 20. — (Rent Assessment Committees.) (30 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: I wonder whether we could not with efficiency and convenience either put the remaining words into the previous Clause but one or somewhere else? I am still in a fog, because when I refer to Schedule 2, mentioned in this Clause, I find that paragraph 2 speaks of … a panel for each registration area … We therefore seem to have come full circle back to the same point. With all respect, I am...

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: Clause 22. — (Determination of Fair Rent.) (30 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: I am sure that the right hon. Gentleman realises what he is saying, that the structure of the system will be such that rent assessment committees and rent officers will set up a new rating system and pattern which may well be used in other circumstances for valuation purposes.

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: Clause 25. — (Harassment of Occupiers.) (30 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: I should like to ask the Attorney-General one or two questions on the subject of residence to which my right hon. Friend the Member for Rushcliffe (Sir M. Redmayne) and my hon. and gallant Friend the Member for Knutsford (Sir W. Bromley-Davenport) have referred. Last night, the Attorney-General dealt with the same point in another connection and went on to explain what seemed to be an...

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: Clause 38. — (Regulations.) (30 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: On one point—and I am probably pushing at an open door—why does it say in the existing subsection (2), which remains there, that regulations under this Clause, which means any part of this Clause must be subject to annulment, yet the (2) which we are putting in requires affirmative Resolution? Does the existing (2) qualify what we are putting in? What is the position?

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: Clause 38. — (Regulations.) (30 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: The Parliamentary Secretary has not taken my point. The existing subsection says, "Regulations made under this Section", which, presumably, covers the whole lot.

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: Schedule 2. — (Rent Assessment Committees.) (30 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: I merely wanted to ask whether, in this respect, one person could act in respect of two offices.

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: New Clause No. 1. — (Recovery of Possession of Owner-Occupied Houses.) (29 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: I join with my hon. Friend the Member for Crosby (Mr. Graham Page) in thanking the Minister for his introduction of new Clause No. 2, which is the honouring of an undertaking which we all appreciate. I have a few criticisms of new Clause No. 1 and the Minister's objections to new Clause No. 11. He may have expected that some of us would have objections to his remarks in that regard. I notice...

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: New Clause No. 1. — (Recovery of Possession of Owner-Occupied Houses.) (29 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: I am grateful to the hon. Member. He has elaborated my point. I think that the point is now clear to the Minister and perhaps I can move on. I turn to what my hon. Friend the Member for Crosby mentioned, the restrictions of subsection (1) about the future occupation of the house. Here again, I hope unwittingly, hardship may be caused. What would happen if a man leaves a house under a...

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: New Clause No. 1. — (Recovery of Possession of Owner-Occupied Houses.) (29 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: The answer to that is, as my hon. Friend the Member for Crosby said, that there is a reference in the Clause to the National Insurance Act. A man under 25 who applied for possession of his house on these Grounds would find it very difficult to prove that he intended to retire. If a man genuinely emerged from retirement, I would be on his side. We are all entitled to do that at some time. If,...

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: New Clause No. 1. — (Recovery of Possession of Owner-Occupied Houses.) (29 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: I am obliged to my hon. Friend for that intervention and, of course, I had in mind retirement from the ordinary career which one followed in earlier life. I would not attempt to define "retirement". I understand that we have gone as far as possible in defining it in the National Insurance Acts. As my hon. Friend said, a younger man might wish, while he can afford the mortgage or while the...

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: New Clause No. 1. — (Recovery of Possession of Owner-Occupied Houses.) (29 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: The Attorney-General will remember that I asked a question on this point. What is the position of a so-called owner-occupier who has never been resident in the house—not when he has partly let the house, but when he has let the whole house? Subsection (1,b) of the proposed new Clause refers to the time when he last occupied the dwelling-house as a resident".

Orders of the Day — Rent Bill: New Clause. — (Release from Rent Regulation.) (29 Jun 1965)

Mr Norman Cole: I was completely disillusioned with new Clause No. 4 which is to replace Clause 15 of the Bill. In answer to my hon. Friend the Member for the Isle of Thanet (Mr. Rees-Davies), the Minister gave two problematical cases of how this parity would be ascertained. The second one he gave dealt with the Order which would require a resolution of each House of Parliament. Unless the Minister himself...


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