Results 61–80 of 1594 for speaker:Mr William Cove

Orders of the Day — Education (24 Jul 1951)

Mr William Cove: Any suggestions?

Orders of the Day — Education (24 Jul 1951)

Mr William Cove: What is that?

Orders of the Day — Education (24 Jul 1951)

Mr William Cove: Mr. Cove rose—

Orders of the Day — Education (24 Jul 1951)

Mr William Cove: Mr. Cove indicated dissent.

Orders of the Day — Education (24 Jul 1951)

Mr William Cove: Cardiff.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Comprehensive Schools (Curricula) ( 5 Jul 1951)

Mr William Cove: Is my hon. Friend aware that the most noted comprehensive school in this country is Eton, and that Rugby is also a comprehensive school? Would he not agree that what is good for the scholars at Eton and Rugby is also good for the ordinary, normal scholars throughout the country?

Council for Wales (21 Mar 1951)

Mr William Cove: What a heritage from the past!

Council for Wales (21 Mar 1951)

Mr William Cove: Rubbish.

Council for Wales (21 Mar 1951)

Mr William Cove: You are an Englishman.

Council for Wales (21 Mar 1951)

Mr William Cove: Neither Liberals nor Tories were at that meeting.

Durham County Council Staff (Union Membership) (13 Mar 1951)

Mr William Cove: I beg to second the Amendment. It was quite evident during the speech of my hon. Friend the Member for Houghton-le-Spring (Mr. Blyton) that this issue can be fraught with political feeling. My own view is that it would be very dangerous indeed for this issue to be so fraught. I am speaking tonight on behalf of the National Union of Teachers, who would deplore any political feeling being...

Durham County Council Staff (Union Membership) (13 Mar 1951)

Mr William Cove: I followed the right hon. Lady carefully and, apart from any histrionics, I could not understand the point of her attack upon the Government.

Durham County Council Staff (Union Membership) (13 Mar 1951)

Mr William Cove: Then what was it? Why put down a Motion?

Durham County Council Staff (Union Membership) (13 Mar 1951)

Mr William Cove: I am sorry to use these words but, having regard to the reply of the right hon. Lady, I must say it seems to me that this is political propaganda and political humbug.

Durham County Council Staff (Union Membership) (13 Mar 1951)

Mr William Cove: Quite frankly, the National Union of Teachers do not want this issue thrown into the maelstrom of political antagonism and political propaganda.

Durham County Council Staff (Union Membership) (13 Mar 1951)

Mr William Cove: I shall be specific, even if I offend my friends. The National Union of Teachers do not favour any compulsion upon teachers to join the N.U.T. They believe that the power of their union is based upon voluntary membership and that for that membership there should be moral suasion. That is the decision of the N.U.T. and it is quite clear and definite. The real issue before us is: Is it, or is...

Durham County Council Staff (Union Membership) (13 Mar 1951)

Mr William Cove: Let it go—[HON. MEMBERS: "Withdraw the Amendment."] No, hon. Members opposite should withdraw their Motion. I have been here too long to be side-tracked by them. Let us have a free field for negotiation between the representatives of the Durham County Council and the unions who are concerned in this issue. I believe that given that free field, without any political pressure, without any...

Welsh Affairs ( 5 Dec 1950)

Mr William Cove: There is none in the world.

Welsh Affairs ( 5 Dec 1950)

Mr William Cove: That is a platitude.

Teaching Profession (Communist Activities) ( 8 Nov 1950)

Mr William Cove: Has the hon. and gallant Member made any profit on it?


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