Results 141–160 of 1591 for speaker:Mr Andrew MacLaren

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Ground Rents (Income Tax Deductions) ( 2 Nov 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Why not take them away from them altogether?

Coalmining Situation. (12 Oct 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Income Tax has gone on.

Man-Power (24 Sep 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: That is why they have no time to write you letters.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Local Authorities (Rent Rebates) (23 Sep 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Would it not be a relief to these people to take the rates off the houses, never mind the rents?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Town and Country Planning (23 Sep 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Is it not generally accepted that the policy of the Ministry of Town and Country Planning is dictated by the Minister without Portfolio?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Town and Country Planning (23 Sep 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: But has not the Minister without Portfolio stated publicly that it is his business to see that other Departments take the necessary steps?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Town and Country Planning (23 Sep 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Did not the Minister without Portfolio give it out to the House on two occasions that he was in control of these two Departments in so far as policy was concerned?

Man-Power (23 Sep 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Full time?

War Situation (22 Sep 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: They would have been destroyed.

Orders of the Day — Educational Reconstruction (30 Jul 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: That is what you have now.

Orders of the Day — Educational Reconstruction (30 Jul 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: It does not enhance other professions.

Orders of the Day — Scottish Education and Youth Welfare (21 Jul 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Even though they are living in slums?

Orders of the Day — Scottish Education and Youth Welfare (21 Jul 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: That is sound anarchism.

Orders of the Day — Scottish Education and Youth Welfare (21 Jul 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: I wish to participate in this Debate for a few minutes for this reason: I went to Glasgow as a boy and got my elementary education in Scotland. For years one felt proud of the traditional development of education in Scotland, and, if I may say so without offence, there was still to be found that patronising pity that English people have suffered from a bad system of education. But in recent...

Orders of the Day — Town and Country Planning (Interim Development) (Scotland) Bill (21 Jul 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Did the right hon. Gentleman say "less valuable land"?

Orders of the Day — Town and Country Planning (Interim Development) (Scotland) Bill (21 Jul 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: We had better get that point clear. I do not think the Bill will prevent private individuals from getting land. Public authorities will be able to get land without having to pay inflated prices to the holders, but, at the moment, private individuals can get land and the Bill does not interfere with them.

Orders of the Day — Town and Country Planning (Interim Development) (Scotland) Bill (21 Jul 1943)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: We have had a Debate dealing with Scottish education, and the point has been made that in recent years Scottish education was entirely different from English education. Here we have a Bill dealing with Scottish town planning, which is really a reprint of the English Bill. Scotland again loses her identity, and follows in the track of English reactionary ideas. Whichever way England may make...


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