Results 161–180 of 1594 for speaker:Mr William Cove

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

Mr William Cove: It ought to have stated a price before it opted.

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

Mr William Cove: Could the Minister tell us something more about D.I? I am not clear about the purpose for which the money is being expended—how much goes to educational research and how much to the direct grant-aided schools. I should be sorry to find an increasing amount going to the latter at the expense, particularly of the full-aided schools in the secondary field. There is an imperative need for...

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

Mr William Cove: I tried to convey that I was most deeply concerned about the prospects of arts students. The science students have plenty of opportunities. Am I wrong in trying to emphasise that the Government should have some interest in the men and women who have taken arts courses? Is it not only good for the country, but good for the universities and the students themselves that they should not be...

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

Mr William Cove: Much more.

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

Mr William Cove: rose—

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

Mr William Cove: But the hon. Member must not misrepresent me.

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

Mr William Cove: I agree with that.

Welsh Affairs (26 Jan 1948)

Mr William Cove: Might I remind the right hon. Gentleman that the location of that industry in South Wales was due to the activities of the late Chancellor of the Exchequer?

Welsh Affairs (26 Jan 1948)

Mr William Cove: A Scotsman here says he is not much good.

Welsh Affairs (26 Jan 1948)

Mr William Cove: No, it is not that. It is that he has no power.

Welsh Affairs (26 Jan 1948)

Mr William Cove: On a point of Order. Can the Minister say who is to reply to any specific issues raised? Who is to reply on the subject of education?

Welsh Affairs (26 Jan 1948)

Mr William Cove: I do not know whether the Chair could answer.

Welsh Affairs (26 Jan 1948)

Mr William Cove: I am rising to a point of Order, if I can get an answer. I would like to know who is to reply to the various specific issues which may be raised.

Welsh Affairs (26 Jan 1948)

Mr William Cove: Will he deal with education?

Welsh Affairs (26 Jan 1948)

Mr William Cove: What are the numbers employed?

Welsh Affairs (26 Jan 1948)

Mr William Cove: Is not the hon. Member aware that an attempt was made some years ago to set up a Council for Wales? I was on one of the committees charged with the responsibility of trying to erect this body. It completely broke down because of local conditions and local antipathies.

Welsh Affairs (26 Jan 1948)

Mr William Cove: I will try to be brief because I know many others wish to speak. The Debate has been interesting if for no other reason than the emergence in the Tory Party of an interest in nationalism in Wales. It was surprising to me that the right hon. Member for Saffron Walden (Mr. R. A. Butler) opened this Debate on the Opposition side. I wondered where the right hon. and gallant Member for Pembroke...

Orders of the Day — House of Commons Members' Fund (17 Dec 1947)

Mr William Cove: Quite right.

Business and Sittings of the House (22 Oct 1947)

Mr William Cove: Is not the hon. Member for Torquay (Mr. C. Williams) considering two entirely different points?

Business and Sittings of the House (22 Oct 1947)

Mr William Cove: I wish to add my plea to the Government to give some measure of Private Members' time. I am quite sure that if we had many more Members in this House who had had experience of the days when there was Private Members' time—I do not mean to be offensive in saying that—the pressure on the Government would be very severe indeed. I am sure that all Members who, like myself, have been Members...


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