Results 101–120 of 1594 for speaker:Mr William Cove

Welsh Affairs (24 Nov 1949)

Mr William Cove: I will not have that. There is a scheme of employment and it has put my people back into work.

Welsh Affairs (24 Nov 1949)

Mr William Cove: I have been in the House for hours. The scheme has given my people work.

Welsh Affairs (24 Nov 1949)

Mr William Cove: Yes.

Welsh Affairs (24 Nov 1949)

Mr William Cove: It has given my people work.

Welsh Affairs (24 Nov 1949)

Mr William Cove: We have stopped that.

Welsh Affairs (24 Nov 1949)

Mr William Cove: No.

Welsh Affairs (24 Nov 1949)

Mr William Cove: He knows what he is talking about.

Welsh Affairs (24 Nov 1949)

Mr William Cove: It will be more valuable than the sheep.

Foreign Affairs (17 Nov 1949)

Mr William Cove: How does the hon. Gentleman know that?

Orders of the Day — Economic Situation (Government Proposals) (27 Oct 1949)

Mr William Cove: I do not intend to enter the main stream of this Debate. I shall confine myself to one topic; I shall be very brief. I wish to congratulate the Government on the policy which they have adopted towards the service of education. I am sure that what has been proposed will be received in the ranks of educationists, teachers and administrators, with great relief. The structure of education remains...

Orders of the Day — Economic Situation (Government Proposals) (27 Oct 1949)

Mr William Cove: I remember the first suggestion was a 20 per cent. cut. Then there was pressure behind the scenes, and eventually it became a 10 per cent. cut. Is the Opposition in favour of a 10 per cent. cut? I doubt if they would say that openly at this moment. I can also remember a phrase in this House used by the right hon. Member for Woodford (Mr. Churchill) about the 1931 crisis. He said it was...

Economic Situation (Government Proposals) (26 Oct 1949)

Mr William Cove: How much will it save?

Education ( 5 Jul 1949)

Mr William Cove: Can the Minister give us any information about the provision for backward children in Wales, or will the Committee be furnished with that information?

Education ( 5 Jul 1949)

Mr William Cove: I congratulate the Minister on his statement. Those who follow the results of his policy and actions in the educational world will be pleased at what he has already achieved. There has been very great progress. I am not alone, as a political partisan of my right hon. Friend in saying that. There is evidence of a non-political but expert character to sustain my statement. As a Labour...

Education ( 5 Jul 1949)

Mr William Cove: This is No. 4. I should like all who are interested in Welsh education and cultural life to read these pamphlets. This pamphlet goes on to say: The normal policy in a bi-lingual country should be that a pupil should be able to use either language, and the lack of such a policy in Wales is already evident in the present condition and prospects of the Welsh language. Its incapacity to deal...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Mid-Essex Technical College (Teacher) (30 Jun 1949)

Mr William Cove: Will my right hon. Friend say whether the teacher will have the right to be represented at this inquiry, or is it a private inquiry?

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Amendment) Bill (24 May 1949)

Mr William Cove: What a rotten constituency.

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill ( 9 May 1949)

Mr William Cove: It did.

Teachers (London Area Allowance) (29 Apr 1949)

Mr William Cove: I shall detain the House for only a short time, but in that time I hope to put clearly and definitely the view of the National Union of Teachers, the main body represented on the Burnham Committee. Before doing so, I should like to welcome the aid of the hon. Member for Kingston-upon-Thames (Mr. Boyd-Carpenter), who has spoken more particularly on behalf of his constituency. There is no doubt...

Teachers (London Area Allowance) (29 Apr 1949)

Mr William Cove: I believe that the Minister must be very careful as to what issue he gives a directive about to the Burnham Committee. For instance, if there is a directive on this issue, what would be said if there was a directive about the salaries of infant school teachers? There is a great shortage of infant school teachers, and there are very bad conditions in many infant schools. There can be...


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