Results 141–160 of 1594 for speaker:Mr William Cove

Welsh Affairs (24 Nov 1948)

Mr William Cove: Even he could not do that.

Welsh Affairs (24 Nov 1948)

Mr William Cove: They will kill him.

Welsh Affairs (24 Nov 1948)

Mr William Cove: Why not?

Welsh Affairs (24 Nov 1948)

Mr William Cove: What Wales?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Comprehensive Schools (15 Jul 1948)

Mr William Cove: Is it not the case that every public school in this country—Eton, Harrow and so on—is a comprehensive school, and that there is therefore no need for the experiment?

Orders of the Day — National Insurance (Students) (14 Jul 1948)

Mr William Cove: I beg to move, That an humble Address be presented to His Majesty, praying that the Regulations, dated 29th June, 1948, entitled the National Insurance (Contributions) Regulations, 1948 (S.I., 1948, No. 1417), a copy of which was presented on 30th June, be annulled. We are not to-night criticising the whole of these regulations embodied in No. 1417. We are, however, deeply concerned about...

Orders of the Day — National Insurance (Students) (14 Jul 1948)

Mr William Cove: Is it possible for consultation to take place with the Advisory Committee and people outside who are interested in these problems? Will it require further regulations?

Orders of the Day — European Economic Co-Operation ( 6 Jul 1948)

Mr William Cove: The hon. Gentleman has changed his mind.

Orders of the Day — European Economic Co-Operation ( 6 Jul 1948)

Mr William Cove: The hon. Gentleman voted against the Loan.

First Schedule. — (Minor and Consequential Amendments.) (30 Apr 1948)

Mr William Cove: I hope my right hon. Friend will not misrepresent us. We have never objected to administrative tidiness.

First Schedule. — (Minor and Consequential Amendments.) (30 Apr 1948)

Mr William Cove: I congratulate the Minister and the Parliamentary Secretary on the way in which they have piloted the Bill through its stages and particularly during the Committee stage. They were sympathetic and informative although they did not always give us what we desired. All the same, I heartily congratulate both of them on their conduct of the Bill. We are, of course, still unconvinced that the...

First Schedule. — (Minor and Consequential Amendments.) (30 Apr 1948)

Mr William Cove: The Minister has the power.

Orders of the Day — Superannuation (Miscel- Laneous Provisions) Bill (27 Feb 1948)

Mr William Cove: I wish to associate myself with the words of the hon. Member for Southampton (Mr. Morley) and to say how gladly I welcome the attitude taken by the right hon. Gentleman the Member for the City of London (Mr. Assheton) I remember being on deputations to him when he was at the Treasury. I found him rather hard. I am glad that, now he is on the opposite side of the House, we shall have his...

Orders of the Day — Education (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (27 Feb 1948)

Mr William Cove: Not shortage of money?

Orders of the Day — Education (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (27 Feb 1948)

Mr William Cove: We are debating this Bill under stress of Parliamentary time, and as I know that many hon. Members wish to speak I will confine myself to one or two points. I am glad the Minister has shown himself to be adaptable and willing to listen to arguments and consider Amendments in Committee. I thought that an excellent approach. It is an advantage, too, that he is anxious not to do anything with...

Orders of the Day — Education (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (27 Feb 1948)

Mr William Cove: The Minister shakes his head, but I think this will give local authorities the opportunity to transfer these children at the age of 10, when the pressure comes following the increase in the number of kiddies in junior schools. I can see a letting up in order to relieve the pressure in the junior schools—particularly owing to the increase of the junior school population—and a great many...

Orders of the Day — Education (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (27 Feb 1948)

Mr William Cove: Will the hon. Gentleman say what it is proposed to do about the age of transference? I am not quite clear from what he said about it.

Orders of the Day — Supply: Ministry of Education (23 Feb 1948)

Mr William Cove: Are there any letters from Wales?

Orders of the Day — Supply: Ministry of Education (23 Feb 1948)

Mr William Cove: Has the school opted as an independent school outside the grant system?


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