Results 21–40 of 60 for speaker:Dr Santo Jeger

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates and Estimates for Revenue Departments, Supplementary Estimates, 1948–49: National Health Service, England and Wales (17 Feb 1949)

Dr Santo Jeger: If the right hon. Gentleman really means that, I am quite prepared to take him on.

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates and Estimates for Revenue Departments, Supplementary Estimates, 1948–49: National Health Service, England and Wales (17 Feb 1949)

Dr Santo Jeger: I am sorry, I cannot give the right hon. Gentleman lessons in running away.

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (21 Jan 1949)

Dr Santo Jeger: Is the hon. Gentleman now asking for the basic salary which at one time he was concerned with rejecting?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Orange Juice and Cod Liver Oil ( 8 Nov 1948)

Dr Santo Jeger: asked the Minister of Food if he will consider extending the provision of orange juice and cod liver oil to children after they attain the age of five years.

Orders of the Day — Anglo-American Copyrights (23 Jun 1948)

Dr Santo Jeger: I wish to bring to the notice of the House the lack of protection accorded to British authors, whose books are published in the United States owing to the absence of a copyright agreement between the two countries. At present they only receive copyright if they are published simultaneously in this country and the United States, and if they are printed and bound, in other words, completely...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Insurance: Tuberculosis Patients (15 Jun 1948)

Dr Santo Jeger: asked the Minister of National Insurance whether he is aware that it is proposed after 5th July to require tuberculosis patients to draw their allowances from post offices; and whether, in view of the recognised necessity for maintaining close contact between these people and their local tuberculosis care committees and the undesirability of asking tuberculosis patients to stand in queues...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Insurance: Tuberculosis Patients (15 Jun 1948)

Dr Santo Jeger: Has the right hon. Gentleman given adequate consideration to the other points in my Question, particularly the point about maintaining contact between the patients and the care committees?

Orders of the Day — Presentation of the People Bill (17 Feb 1948)

Dr Santo Jeger: Mussolini put it all right—the argument for a corporate State.

National Health Service ( 9 Feb 1948)

Dr Santo Jeger: I want to address this House as one who has been a general practitioner for 23 years previous to becoming a Member of this august assembly, and I want to start by saying a few words on the buying and selling of practices, despite the fact that the right hon. Gentleman announced that he did not intend to discuss the question. Somewhere about 1943 or 1944 the B.M.A. itself set up what it called...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Mining Volunteer (27 Jan 1948)

Dr Santo Jeger: asked the Minister of Labour whether he has any statement to make on the case, details of which have been supplied to him, of a man who volunteered for employment in the mines and whose services were refused.

Orders of the Day — Criminal Justice Bill (27 Nov 1947)

Dr Santo Jeger: It is exceedingly difficult to follow a Member with such an extensive legal knowledge as the hon. and learned Member for Exeter (Mr. Maude) but I am fortified in my disagreement with a good many of the things he said by the fact that, just as one may criticise a shoemaker who says, "There is nothing like leather," so one may be equally critical of a criminal lawyer who discourses on the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: New School Sites (Demolitions) (26 Jun 1947)

Dr Santo Jeger: asked the Minister of Education whether, in considering the applications of local authorities for compulsory purchase orders to secure land for the implementation of school building programmes, he will ensure that those cases in which demolition of occupied houses is necessary shall be delayed until housing accommodation is more plentiful and in any case shall not be dealt with before those...

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Sub-office, St. Pancras (25 Jun 1947)

Dr Santo Jeger: asked the Minister of Food why he was unable to arrange for the opening of a sub-office, as on previous occasions, for the distribution of the new ration books to people living at the southern end of South-East St. Pancras, who now have to go to Camden Town and wait in long queues.

New Clause. — (Duration.) (18 Jun 1947)

Dr Santo Jeger: We have not come to that yet.

Orders of the Day — Fifth Schedule. — (Purchase Tax — Exemptions and reductions of rates.) (17 Jun 1947)

Dr Santo Jeger: Perhaps I, as a practising doctor, could be allowed to add my plea to the eloquence which has already been poured out on this subject in favour of these Amendments. When so many drugs and medicines are taxed and so many others are not taxed, it is rather difficult to find a basis for the differentiation. There seems to be no obvious reason why one preparation should be taxed and another...

Bankside Power Station Scheme (23 May 1947)

Dr Santo Jeger: The hon. Members who have opposed the scheme have expressed the view that the argument was well balanced on both sides and that it was difficult to decide on which side they would come down. They finally decided that the weight was on the side of the opposition to the Government's proposal. Let us look at the County of London's plan for the scheme. It says that there should be a riverside...

Bankside Power Station Scheme (23 May 1947)

Dr Santo Jeger: The present Government cannot be blamed for that. Behind these blocks of offices and flats we are going to get, according to the County of London plan, light industry. As Lord Latham said a few days ago, speaking on this subject in another place, nothing could be more fatal to good planning than rigidity in detail.

Bankside Power Station Scheme (23 May 1947)

Dr Santo Jeger: I was only paraphrasing. This scheme, as put forward by the Minister, in contrast with the 150 feet wide walk along the river, gives a walk of about 230 feet wide. The power station, apart from its chimney, is going to be 87 feet high. That is not so high as Faraday House, and is below the maximum limit allowed by the County of London plan. It is going to have a chimney, but we will talk...

Bankside Power Station Scheme (23 May 1947)

Dr Santo Jeger: I got the figure from the experts, and I do know something about London. St. Paul's is half a mile away. It is separated from the proposed power station by gardens, by the river, and by the stretch of the City which lies between the river and St. Paul's. St. Paul's is surrounded at the moment by a mass of half-derelict property, where there is a great deal of squalor, a great deal of poverty,...

Bankside Power Station Scheme (23 May 1947)

Dr Santo Jeger: I will try to elucidate. There is going to be a great deal of opposition by the City interests to the Bankside scheme. The replanning of the City is going to involve very little reduction in floor space, and that reduction in floor space is more than accounted for by the increased amenities of the City. So that the eyesore one sees when one looks along the river on the North side will not be...


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