Results 21–40 of 1594 for speaker:Mr William Cove

Education (26 Apr 1955)

Mr William Cove: The Minister's suggestion was ridiculous. It is entirely alien to the mood and spirit of the Labour Party; it is not revolutionary enough to do that; it is too orthodox. To say that the Labour Party is in favour of abolishing the grammar schools is an absolutely pure, political absurdity and a misrepresentation. That is creating political prejudice. The party opposite is the party which is...

Police (Recruitment and Conditions) (31 Mar 1955)

Mr William Cove: Not teachers.

Government of Wales Bill ( 4 Mar 1955)

Mr William Cove: Because of the short time that remains he will probably not have one.

Government of Wales Bill ( 4 Mar 1955)

Mr William Cove: Is it not true that under the Act relating to Northern Ireland the final responsibility and power in finance lies with the United Kingdom Treasury? What independence is there in that, when there is no power of taxation?

Scottish Affairs (Royal Commission's Report) ( 1 Feb 1955)

Mr William Cove: Does my hon. Friend want a Scottish Parliament to remedy the situation?

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address ( 6 Dec 1954)

Mr William Cove: I expected that ratio.

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimates, 1954–55: Education (26 Jul 1954)

Mr William Cove: Educationally Eton and Harrow are comprehensive schools; socially they are not.

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimates, 1954–55: Education (26 Jul 1954)

Mr William Cove: I am sure that all hon. Members on this side of the House agree with the hon. and learned Member for Huntingdon (Mr. Renton) in his appreciation of the value of rural schools. We also agree with his view concerning the reorganisation that should take place in the rural areas throughout the country. Having expressed that view I would invite him tonight to walk into the Lobby with us against...

Orders of the Day — Supply: REPORT [22nd July] (26 Jul 1954)

Mr William Cove: It is the denial of the 1944 Act.

Orders of the Day — Supply: REPORT [22nd July] (26 Jul 1954)

Mr William Cove: Ten out of 10.

Orders of the Day — Supply: REPORT [22nd July] (26 Jul 1954)

Mr William Cove: That does not excuse it.

Orders of the Day — Supply: REPORT [22nd July] (26 Jul 1954)

Mr William Cove: Dr. Alexander says—

Orders of the Day — Schools (Size of Classes) (27 Apr 1954)

Mr William Cove: After 32 years in the House, I have come to the conclusion that this has been the most terribly depressing debate to which I have ever listened on the subject of education. Whatever the reason, there has been nothing but gloom from the Minister of Education on the whole of the education services. There is no feeling of enthusiasm or of progress; nothing but gloom emanates from the Ministry of...

Orders of the Day — Budget Proposals: General ( 6 Apr 1954)

Mr William Cove: It is a small company.

Welsh Affairs ( 2 Feb 1954)

Mr William Cove: My hon. Friend could buy it.

Welsh Affairs ( 2 Feb 1954)

Mr William Cove: He is having his dinner.

Unemployment Benefit (Added Days) (23 Jul 1953)

Mr William Cove: So the right hon. Gentleman has to make an impromptu speech.

Education (School-Building) ( 1 Jul 1953)

Mr William Cove: What is the figure for Wales?

Welsh Affairs (22 Jan 1953)

Mr William Cove: What is the security?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Teachers' Superannuation Contributions (Increase) (30 Oct 1952)

Mr William Cove: Is the right hon. Lady aware of the bitter disappointment and the declared opposition of the National Union of Teachers to this proposal? Has she not been made aware of that disappointment and of the resistance which they propose to put up against these unjust proposals?


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