Results 21–40 of 79 for speaker:Mr Terence Donovan

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy: Courts Martial (11 May 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: Do those figures include disciplinary courts?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy: Courts Martial (11 May 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty the legal qualifications required of a person acting as Judge Advocate at a naval court martial.

Mid-Northamptonshire Water Board Order Confirmation (Special Procedure) Bill ( 4 May 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: It is not a new principle at all. Right or wrong, it is a very common one.

Mid-Northamptonshire Water Board Order Confirmation (Special Procedure) Bill ( 4 May 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: I can give the hon. Gentleman one. If he will look at the Pontypridd and Rhondda Water Act, 1910, he will find that many inhabitants in the Rhondda area have had to pay for water for 40 years although they get none.

Mid-Northamptonshire Water Board Order Confirmation (Special Procedure) Bill ( 4 May 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: Does the hon. Gentleman want another?

Mid-Northamptonshire Water Board Order Confirmation (Special Procedure) Bill ( 4 May 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: If the hon. Gentleman will study the Water Acts which cover the City of Glasgow, he will find a similar example.

Mid-Northamptonshire Water Board Order Confirmation (Special Procedure) Bill ( 4 May 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: Which are they?

Oral Answers to Questions — Domestic Supplies (17 Mar 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: asked the Minister of Fuel and Power the quantity of domestic coal for each registered consumer supplied to the Leicester Cooperative Society for delivery to its customers for the period from 1st November, 1948, to date; and how much short of the 30 cwt. allocation per registered consumer he expects each such consumer to be for the current period when that period ends on 30th April next.

Oral Answers to Questions — Domestic Supplies (17 Mar 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: Could the Minister give any further help in overcoming the shortage? I acknowledge that he has helped already.

Orders of the Day — Clause 2. — (Loans by the Corporation.) ( 2 Mar 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: It does not even do that. As I read it, it is only an agreement to produce an estimate from time to time.

Orders of the Day — Courts Martial Procedure (23 Feb 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: I speak with some diffidence on this subject, firstly, because I did not know that this Debate was going to occur, and, therefore, anything I say is certain to be rather disjointed and disconnected; and secondly, because I have always felt it is difficult for someone, who has served on a committee which makes recommendations, to acquiesce in a decision to shelve the committee's...

Orders of the Day — Courts Martial Procedure (23 Feb 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: May I interrupt to put a point of substance? I am obliged to my right hon. Friend, who has been very long-suffering this evening. The administration of justice in the Army and Air Force falls to a great extent on the legally qualified staff of the Judge Advocate General's Department. They have to send out the Judge Advocates, they have to review all the proceedings of courts martial. Those...

Ballot for Notices of Motion: Ministers and Public Servants (Official Conduct) ( 3 Feb 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: I doubt whether I can say anything new on this matter except perhaps that I did not appear before the Tribunal, and that I learned, incidentally, that one can apparently mitigate considerably one's Income Tax without professional assistance. But as the attitude of speakers from the back benches on this side of the House has so far been one of criticism, I should like to say a few words in the...

Ballot for Notices of Motion: Ministers and Public Servants (Official Conduct) ( 3 Feb 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: I did not intend to indicate that the hon. Member for Oldham had made express criticism of the Tribunal or of its procedure, but I rather gathered from the tenor of his interruptions that he was extremely critical of part of the procedure.

Ballot for Notices of Motion: Ministers and Public Servants (Official Conduct) ( 3 Feb 1949)

Mr Terence Donovan: Then my observation was justified. I did listen to his implied criticism, and to what was said expressly by the hon. Member for Nelson and Colne and the reply to it: and the view I have formed is that the Attorney-General did dispose of that criticism. Therefore, I feel that I must accept this Report. I find it is impossible to say that there was no evidence upon which the Tribunal could come...

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL: Clause 48. — (Meaning of "investment income.") (22 Jun 1948)

Mr Terence Donovan: I beg to move, in page 35, line 39, at the end, to insert: (4) Where in pursuance of any scheme for reconstruction or amalgamation a company is wound up, any income of the company which pursuant to subsection (4) of section thirty-one of the Finance Act, 1927, is deemed to be the income of the members of the company for the purposes of surtax but is not distributed to them, shall not be...

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL: Clause 48. — (Meaning of "investment income.") (22 Jun 1948)

Mr Terence Donovan: These directions are sometimes made years late. I take it that the assurance would be that it would not be the practice for—and not merely in—1947–48 to make such a direction?

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL: Clause 48. — (Meaning of "investment income.") (22 Jun 1948)

Mr Terence Donovan: I beg to ask leave to withdraw the Amendment.

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL: Clause 48. — (Meaning of "investment income.") (22 Jun 1948)

Mr Terence Donovan: I beg to ask leave to withdraw the Amendment.


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