Results 101–120 of 1591 for speaker:Mr Andrew MacLaren

Ty Gwyn Farm, Gilwern (Tenancy) ( 2 May 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Are they not all like that?

Financial Statement: Post-War Export Trade (25 Apr 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Mr. MacLaren (Burslem): That is confidence in the people.

Prestwick Aerodrome (Broadcast) (29 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: He would not be there.

Prestwick Aerodrome (Broadcast) (29 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: It is an English paper.

Education Bill (Question of Confidence) (29 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Is there not a unique situation here by virtue of the fact that there is a large element of the Labour Party making up the Government and that we are dealing with a joint Coalition Government? It is not the old situation of one party in Government and one party in Opposition.

Education Bill (Question of Confidence) (29 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: I want to put in a repetition of what I said by way of interjec- tion. If the House of Commons were designed at this moment according to its own pattern, of a powerful party in the State controlling the Executive and the less powerful party in opposition, if the Prime Minister of the day in those circumstances should speak as the Prime Minister spoke to-day, on the face of it it would look...

Education Bill (Question of Confidence) (29 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: As I say, I am batting on a rather sticky wicket, but I am going to try my arm. I am only saying that the Prime Minister is in a peculiar position. He is the Prime Minister of a Coalition Government and therefore he must have collected the wills of his colleagues. If I were in his position, or if my hon. Friend were in a similar position, he would consult all who were represented in his...

Education Bill (Question of Confidence) (29 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Whatever may be the opinions of those who used to be in the Government and cannot get back into it now, I am not going to enter into that aspect. I do not want anything to be done that looks rash. I am only arguing and submitting a case, and I say that the logical sequence is that if the Labour Party take up this attitude they must recall from the Executive—

Education Bill (Question of Confidence) (29 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: The Executive must have assented to the Prime Minister's speech.

Education Bill (Question of Confidence) (29 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Much as I appreciate the impetuosity of youth which is attempting to bring new blood into the Conservative Party, it is a fact that that young party have a representative in the Executive of the day.

Education Bill (Question of Confidence) (29 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: My hon. Friend knows exactly what I mean. I am quite sure that he will agree with me that the hon. Gentlemen to whom he referred do not carry such weight and power within their own party as he does, and as the Labour Party do within the Cabinet. I cannot resist putting forward the argument for the position as I see it. It seems to be clear that if the Prime Minister had spoken on behalf of a...

Education Bill (Question of Confidence) (29 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: I should not have been so crude on that point.

Orders of the Day — Housing (15 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Did the Minister say the Portal prototype?

Orders of the Day — Housing (15 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Were the hon. Members' proposals put up as an invention of their own or did they derive them from a Government Department?

Orders of the Day — Housing (15 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Again, I persist in asking the question. I am not saying that the hon. Member got them from the Minister or the Parliamentary Secretary. I ask him, as an hon. Member of the House, did he and his hon. and gallant Friend the Member for Stafford (Major Thorneycroft) devise this scheme as their own original conception, or did they get it by way of inspiration from a Government Department?

Orders of the Day — Housing (15 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: The hon. Member refuses to answer the question.

Orders of the Day — Housing (15 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: I charge the hon. Member with plagiarism.

Orders of the Day — Housing (15 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Since the outbreak of war, I have tried to put myself in the position—I give this personal explanation—that I would not intervene in Debates if I could possibly avoid it. But the Debate to-day comes on the question of reconstruction, or, at least, it involves that; therefore, one must intervene. I have listened to this Debate so far, and what have I heard? Very much the old game that has...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Prisoners of War (14 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Will he send out the right hon. Gentleman the Member for South-West Bethnal Green (Sir P. Harris)?

Orders of the Day — Education Bill ( 9 Mar 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: But there was an Opposition then


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