Results 1–20 of 233 for speaker:Mr Thomas Burden

Orders of the Day — Church of England (National Assembly) Measures (13 Dec 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: I beg to move, That the Reorganisation Areas Measure, 1944 (Amendment) Measure, 1949, passed by the National Assembly of the Church of England, be presented to His Majesty for His Royal Assent in the form in which the said Measure was laid before Parliament. When the Reorganisation Areas Measure was passed in 1944 to enable the Church of England to replan its own organisation in blitzed areas...

Orders of the Day — Church of England (National Assembly) Measures (13 Dec 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: I beg to move, That the Benefices (Suspension of Presentation) Measure, 1946 (Amendment) Measure, 1949, passed by the National Assembly of the Church of England, be presented to His Majesty for His Royal Assent in the form in which the said Measure was laid before Parliament. This Measure has been circulated with the report of the Ecclesiastical Committee, the appendix to which contains a...

Clause 13. — (Size and Chairmanship of Bench.) ( 7 Dec 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: Mr. Gallacher.

Clause 13. — (Size and Chairmanship of Bench.) ( 7 Dec 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: There is a further Amendment. No, I beg the Committee's pardon. The Question is. "That Clause 13 stand part of the Bill." Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the Clause stand part of the Bill."

Clause 13. — (Size and Chairmanship of Bench.) ( 7 Dec 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: I took it that the hon. and learned Gentleman was raising his point of Order with me, and if the hon. Member will recollect I was just coming into the Chair. I had not quite realised what was the position regarding the two Amendments. I hope he will put any blame on me and not on the hon. and learned Gentleman the Member for Daventry (Mr. Manningham-Buller).

Clause 13. — (Size and Chairmanship of Bench.) ( 7 Dec 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: I hope that the hon. Member will really come back to the Clause because that incident has no relation to it whatever.

Clause 19. — (Appointment and Conditions of Service of Justices' Clerks.) ( 7 Dec 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: It has not not been selected.

Clause 20. — (Qualification of Justices' Clerk.) ( 7 Dec 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: Mr. Corlett.

Clause 20. — (Qualification of Justices' Clerk.) ( 7 Dec 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: I have not selected the Amendment of the hon. and learned Gentleman, in page 17, line 46, after "he," to insert: has had reasonable practical experience in any of the capacities mentioned in paragraph (a) of subsection (3) of this section, or. However, it is suggested that there should be a general Debate on this and other proposed Amendments on this particular Clause.

Gas Regulations (Staff Compensation) (30 Nov 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: Like the hon. and gallant Member for New Forest and Christchurch (Colonel Crosthwaite-Eyre) I wish to thank the Minister for points included in the new regulations, but I am bound to say, and I say it with all respect, that the somewhat laboured explanation of the Parliamentary Secretary in regard to the new principle embodied in these new regulations—expectation of compensation—failed to...

Gas Regulations (Staff Compensation) (30 Nov 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: I will name one, the organisation which has the overwhelming majority of the men in its ranks, 180,000 in its ranks, the National Association of Local Government Officers.

Gas Regulations (Staff Compensation) (30 Nov 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: It may not be speaking for all of them. We should be happy in this House if we could speak for all our constituents, but we can speak for the majority and in this I claim the organisation is able to speak for the majority of these people.

Gas Regulations (Staff Compensation) (30 Nov 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: The hon. Member is entitled to his opinion, but I know the Minister has had, by deputation and in other ways, the strongest possible representation by this organisation in regard to the principle to which exception is taken. The second point is that there is a common opinion abroad that members of the local government service are entitled, with regards to the circumstances, to compensation....

Orders of the Day — Scotland (Devolution) (16 Nov 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: I had something to do with this. Would not the hon. Gentleman agree that the Scottish railways could, if they had liked, have had a railway system of their own apart from England, but that they definitely asked to be associated with English companies?

Orders of the Day — Local Government Boundary Commission (Dissolution) Bill ( 2 Nov 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: He has the same brief.

Orders of the Day — Local Government Boundary Commission (Dissolution) Bill ( 2 Nov 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: As the hon. and gallant Member for Holderness (Lieut.-Commander Braithwaite) has just said, we have had an extremely interesting Debate in which the Minister has had tendered to him certain advice and recommendations from both sides of the House. We have also had from the hon. Member for Handsworth (Mr. H. Roberts) a look back on history. He referred to the part played by parish councils,...

Orders of the Day — NURSES BILL [Lords]: First Schedule. — (the General Nursing Council for England and Wales.) (28 Oct 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: I beg to move, in page 14, line 6, at the end, to insert: (d) one shall be a nurse whose name is included in the supplementary part of the register containing the names of nurses trained in the nursing of persons suffering from infectious diseases, appointed by him after consultation with such persons and bodies as he thinks fit, being persons and bodies having special knowledge and...

Orders of the Day — NURSES BILL [Lords]: First Schedule. — (the General Nursing Council for England and Wales.) (28 Oct 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: Would the Minister, in making these appointments, consider what I have submitted to the Committee, and would it be understood that he will endeavour to consult bodies with special knowledge of the range of problems before the appointments are made?

Orders of the Day — Hospital Officers (Whitley Council Representation) (25 Oct 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: I rise on behalf of the trade unions and professional associations now forming the staff side to ask the Minister not to accede to the request submitted by the hon. Member for Sutton Coldfield (Sir J. Mellor). I want to make this quite clear in regard to the position of those trade unions and professional workers. As early as February of last year, these organisations issued a manifesto or...

Orders of the Day — Hospital Officers (Whitley Council Representation) (25 Oct 1949)

Mr Thomas Burden: The unions concerned, as the hon. Baronet will see when I state the organisations, cater for and cover, and have within the scope of their membership, the overwhelming majority of the staffs concerned.


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