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Business and Sittings of the House (22 Oct 1947)

Mr William Cove: No, I mean the present Minister of Education. Do not stop me. I remember my right hon. Friend taking part, time and time again, in Debates on education. I beg the Government to be more flexible in this matter, to meet us in some way or other. It is essential for the life, health, and well-being of this institution, and democracy itself, that there should be some restoration of Private...

Orders of the Day — Transport Bill: Clause 52. — (Additional restrictions on carriage of goods for hire or reward.) ( 4 Aug 1947)

Mr William Cove: On a point of Order. How can the business of the House be carried out when Opposition whips are asleep?

Orders of the Day — Transport Bill: Clause 40. — (Notices of acquisition.) ( 4 Aug 1947)

Mr William Cove: I said the hon. and learned Gentleman did not.

Orders of the Day — Transport Bill: Clause 40. — (Notices of acquisition.) ( 4 Aug 1947)

Mr William Cove: Now we understand.

Orders of the Day — Transport Bill: Clause 40. — (Notices of acquisition.) ( 4 Aug 1947)

Mr William Cove: Can we have the Lord Chancellor here?

Orders of the Day — Education (31 Jul 1947)

Mr William Cove: Educational films?

Orders of the Day — Education (31 Jul 1947)

Mr William Cove: And the local Labour leaders.

Orders of the Day — Education (31 Jul 1947)

Mr William Cove: This Debate has been conducted under very great difficulties. There is the shadow of the world situation, which impresses itself upon us and there is also the difficulty caused by the fact that so many hon. Members want to speak. I hope to take up only a few minutes and I will curtail my remarks as much as possible. I would like to know from the Parliamentary Secretary what is his fundamental...

Orders of the Day — Education (31 Jul 1947)

Mr William Cove: "New Secondary Education." There are lovely pictures in it, grand pictures. But I would like to ask the Parliamentary Secretary whether or not the general outlook is the same in this document as it was in "The Nation's Schools." I would prefer very much that the Ministry of Education, instead of publishing photographs of the lovely, beautiful schools, which are the exception in our English...

Orders of the Day — Education (31 Jul 1947)

Mr William Cove: I will give the Parliamentary Secretary a chance to reply. I want him to reply in a very categorical manner. Does he or does he not agree to the tripartite system? It is a wicked system to segregate children at the age of n and assess their ability and what special aptitudes they have at that age. To try to do so is absolutely fantastic, and that is what I understand is still the sort of...

Ministry of Supply (24 Jul 1947)

Mr William Cove: On a point of Order. Is my right hon. Friend to be allowed to make his speech without interruptions by Members opposite?

Orders of the Day — Post Office ( 2 Jul 1947)

Mr William Cove: They are most docile.

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill ( 1 Apr 1947)

Mr William Cove: Let us have it from the hon. Member.

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill ( 1 Apr 1947)

Mr William Cove: Is the hon. Member saying that conscription in Switzerland saved them from invasion? Did it?

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill ( 1 Apr 1947)

Mr William Cove: rose—

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill ( 1 Apr 1947)

Mr William Cove: rose—

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill ( 1 Apr 1947)

Mr William Cove: I would like to know from the hon. Member if conscription saved Switzerland.

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill ( 1 Apr 1947)

Mr William Cove: Planned.

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill (31 Mar 1947)

Mr William Cove: All in the ranks, not in the officer class?


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