Results 121–140 of 563 for speaker:Mr Norman Cole

Orders of the Day — Police Pensions (27 Jul 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: Would the same thing apply to other services?

Disabled Industrial Workers (Vehicles) (14 Jul 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: I am not unsympathetic to the principle of the Motion, but the position is a little complicated. I am here to be instructed. The hon. Member keeps referring to a vehicle. He might mean one or the other of two vehicles, with both of which we are familiar. Will he tell us whether he means a carriage or a motor car—because their allocation is made on different conditions.

Disabled Industrial Workers (Vehicles) (14 Jul 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: I, too, thank the hon. Member for Birmingham, Perry Barr (Mr. Charles A. Howell) for tabling this Motion. I know something of the personal physical experience to which he refers, and it taught me a lot of the background, and of the regulations and parts of Acts that make up the whole picture. The hon. Member has obviously done a lot of research, and I am grateful to him for his information....

Disabled Industrial Workers (Vehicles) (14 Jul 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: Will my right hon. Friend give some consideration to what I said about making tricycles a little wider and the opportunity of being able to carry a passenger? I do not want him to answer now, but will he give the matter consideration?

Police Pensions (8 Jul 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: Is my right hon. Friend aware that the close definition of the Police Council for extending these projected Regulations is death while in the course of attempting to make an arrest as distinct from an attack on the person carrying out an arrest? To use the anomaly to which he referred, which, with great respect, I do not think takes us very far, does he think that a car going to answer a 999...

Police Pensions (8 Jul 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: My point is that there is no suggestion that in answering a 999 call a policeman is endeavouring to make an arrest. But if he is going to apprehend someone on an objective crime, he is endeavouring to make an arrest.

Police Pensions (8 Jul 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: Because of the lateness of the hour, I wish to make only one or two points about these Regulations. When I read them, I wondered why it had taken us until 1964 to recognise the right of the widows of men killed in civil life to receive any kind of lump-sum payment. I do not think that this state of affairs does credit to the nation as a whole. Nevertheless, we have at last got down to doing...

Police Pensions (8 Jul 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: I could have taken these Regulations apart in many ways, but I will not do so. I will make this my last point. The question of whether or not it was an attack would still be within the decision of the local police authority and I imagine that in most cases the authority would err on the side of generosity. I hope that it would. Why is it not possible to open the matter a little further and...

Police Pensions (8 Jul 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: As an alternative to that—I appreciate my right hon. Friend's difficulties and want to avoid the House being divided about this—would he promise that any widening of the definition will be made retrospective to 1st August, the date this Regulation comes into force?

Orders of the Day — Leisure and Sport (22 Jun 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: The hon. Gentleman has referred to swimming-baths. He might be interested to know that in the case of the new Shell building, south of the river, it was, I understand, a town planning condition that the swimming-pool there should be open during the week, particularly to school children, when it was not being used by the staff—or when it was to those members of the public, but not to the...

Orders of the Day — WELSH SHIPPING AGENCY BILL [Lords] (By Order) (22 Jun 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: I am trying to understand this. Surely, all the water in that vicinity is at present in the jurisdiction of one harbour authority or another. I understand that the jetty head itself would be within the jurisdiction of the Port of Bristol, so I do not quite follow why Richard Thomas and Baldwins would be constituted another authority, called the company under the Bill.

Orders of the Day — Drugs (Prevention of Misuse) Bill: Clause 1. — (Penalization of Unauthorised Possession of Scheduled Substances.) (22 Jun 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: I was a member of the Standing Committee on the Bill, but I must have missed this point. I appreciate the point that these tablets constitute a danger when they have the appearance of the old-fashioned cachou, but I do not think that appearance weighs very much with those who want to take handfuls of them. I pay tribute to the manufacturers of this drug for their action, for they must be...

Orders of the Day — Drugs (Prevention of Misuse) Bill: Clause 1. — (Penalization of Unauthorised Possession of Scheduled Substances.) (22 Jun 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: I have great respect for the views of the hon. Member for St. Pancras, North (Mr. K. Robinson) on this. He has been a tower of strength throughout the Bill. But surely the Home Secretary would only be wishing to exercise these powers in cases comparable with that of "purple hearts," recognisable by all and sundry. Let us confine our thoughts to the recognisable case we have at the moment....

Orders of the Day — Drugs (Prevention of Misuse) Bill: Clause 1. — (Penalization of Unauthorised Possession of Scheduled Substances.) (22 Jun 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: Surely, in these circumstances, to change, where possible, the appearance of tablets of which we wished to keep cognisance would be the wrong way to effect the objective. We want them to keep the same picture.

Orders of the Day — Drugs (Prevention of Misuse) Bill: Clause 1. — (Penalization of Unauthorised Possession of Scheduled Substances.) (22 Jun 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: When the Bill becomes law a constable who is not satisfied with the bona fides of a person in possession of "purple hearts" can arrest him. I do not wish to be given any private information, but can my hon. Friend tell me how the constable will recognise the tablets?

Orders of the Day — Drugs (Prevention of Misuse) Bill: Clause 1. — (Penalization of Unauthorised Possession of Scheduled Substances.) (22 Jun 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: I agree with everything that has been said in support of the Amendment, including the remarks of the hon. Member for Islington, East (Mr. Fletcher). One point bothers me, and perhaps those in the legal profession will be able to explain this. We find in the Clause that, with the insertion of the Amendment, we have the words: …(i) on summary conviction, to a fine not exceeding £200 or to...

Orders of the Day — Drugs (Prevention of Misuse) Bill: Schedule. — (Substances Referred to in This Act.) (22 Jun 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: I protested in Standing Committee that this is now becoming quite ridiculous. One of these substances has the name tropic acid N-ethyl-N-(γ-picolyl) amide. This is not a technical Bill for the entertainment of chemists, but to stop a noxious trade. Surely there is a method by which the proprietary names of these substances can be put into the Schedule as a guide to the average constable...

Orders of the Day — Resale Prices Bill: Clause 6. — (Registration of Goods for Exemption. (13 May 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: The hon. and learned Member for Northampton (Mr. Paget) is on his hobby horse of looking to the future and dealing with agencies. Unlike my hon. Friend the Minister of State, I am a layman and not a lawyer, and I think that a layman has some contribution to make to the Bill because many cases must be dealt with by laymen; they will not always be dealt with by lawyers. If it is necessary—I...

Orders of the Day — Resale Prices Bill: Clause 7. — (Provision for Reconsideration of Cases Decided by Court.) (13 May 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: I, too, add my thanks to my hon. Friend for moving the Amendment. However, there are two questions I would like answered. First, I was not entirely clear from his explanation that this provision will apply, as my right hon. Friend the Member for Reigate (Sir J. Vaughan-Morgan) indicated, to new lines of goods on which it was sought to introduce r.p.m. Remembering that these goods would be an...

Orders of the Day — Resale Prices Bill: Clause 7. — (Provision for Reconsideration of Cases Decided by Court.) (13 May 1964)

Mr Norman Cole: I appreciate what my right hon. Friend is saying, but suppose the Registrar himself felt secure in the knowledge that there was a change of circumstance within the two-year period. Could he, for the class or description of goods brought forward, take action within the two years? In other words, will he be able to do anything within this period or will the period be regarded as a sort of...


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