Results 121–140 of 663 for speaker:Mr George Pargiter

Local Government in Greater London (Report) (29 Nov 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: Is the Minister aware that at present there are difficulties in the matter of further education and that if he proposes to create a much larger number of authorities to deal with further education, those difficulties will be worsened?

Business of the House (16 Nov 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: Will the Leader of the House tell us when he is prepared to find time to debate the Motion standing in my name, criticising the conduct of the Attorney-General in regard to the Southall air disaster?

Orders of the Day — Commonwealth Immigrants Bill (16 Nov 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: And representing an authority which takes the strongest objection to letting the county council do the job for it.

Orders of the Day — Commonwealth Immigrants Bill (16 Nov 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: In the few moments which are left, I hope to make some contribution to this debate. I think many of us on this side of the House felt a little sorry for the Home Secretary, who has proved himself to have such liberal sentiments in many respects and who is helping to put on the Statute Book one of the most illiberal Acts of modern times. I am afraid that he will be remembered more for...

Orders of the Day — Education Bill (13 Nov 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: Is that strictly correct? I had not thought that the County Councils Association was against local administration, or against acting as agents for the Ministry, but was rather against acting principal. That is totally different from not being willing to administer the scheme.

Orders of the Day — Education Bill (13 Nov 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: Yes. I thank the right hon. Gentleman.

Housing ( 6 Nov 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: Surely the 10 per cent. to which the hon. Gentleman has just referred has nothing to do with the building of new office accommodation. That could have been added without planning consent.

Port Talbot Steel Works (Stoppage) (17 Oct 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: The Minister said that his officers were in touch on Friday last. Having regard to the time that this dispute has been official, or, at any rate, has been in progress, may I ask whether that is the first occasion on which his officers have been in touch with those concerned in the dispute?

Oral Answers to Questions — Roads: Motorways (19 Jul 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: Will the Minister assure us that anything that his right hon. and learned Friend the Chancellor of the Exchequer may say next Tuesday will not affect the programme?

Personal Statement (19 Jul 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: I wish, Mr. Speaker, to make a personal statement. Arising from my Question of 5th June in regard to Mr. Frederick Beezley, and the Written Answer to it by the Attorney-General, and the subsequent allegations made in the House on 7th June that I had made false and unjustifiable accusations against Mr. Beezley, who, at the material time, was employed in the Department of the Director of...

Orders of the Day — Highgrove House, Ruislip (18 May 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: Could the hon. Gentleman tell us who actually purchased Highgrove House and took it over? Was it the Socialist-controlled council?

Orders of the Day — Highgrove House, Ruislip (18 May 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: It is rather a pity that the hon. Gentleman did not look at it before the Socialist-controlled council took it over.

Orders of the Day — Highgrove House, Ruislip (18 May 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: How long has he been a full-time warden?

Orders of the Day — Highgrove House, Ruislip (18 May 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: Mr. Pargiter rose——

Orders of the Day — Highgrove House, Ruislip (18 May 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: There must be an inaccuracy in this. There has been a full-time warden for years.

Orders of the Day — Highgrove House, Ruislip (18 May 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: I am grateful to the Parliamentary Secretary for the vindication she has given of this "wicked" Socialist council to which the hon. Member for Ruislip-Northwood (Mr. Crowder) referred. His speech was completely out of context. It was a diatribe which was quite unjustified by the facts, and I hope that he will recognise——

Orders of the Day — Highgrove House, Ruislip (18 May 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: I did not say that the place was never without a warden for short periods. It had always been the policy of the county council to have a whole-time warden at Highgrove House. The hon. Member failed to refer to the fact that there had always been a full-time warden except for a period when we were unable to get one because one had left. This is a deliberate misuse of the facts. I am glad that...

Orders of the Day — Rating and Valuation Bill: Fourth Schedule. — (Minor and Consequential Amendments.) (10 May 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: I beg to move, in page 32, line 18, to leave out paragraph 8 and to insert: 8.—(1) The purposes for which the Minister may make regulations under section seventy-one of the Act of 1948 shall include the making of provision whereby hereditaments which are within the same curtilage, or are contiguous and in the same occupation, but (in either case) not in one local valuation panel area, shall...

Orders of the Day — Conclusion (17 Apr 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: Where?

Orders of the Day — Budget Statement: Amendment of the Law (17 Apr 1961)

Mr George Pargiter: I listened with interest to the peroration of the hon. Member for Somerset, North (Mr. Leather) about persons receiving the fruits of their own labour. That has been a good Socialist principle for a long time. The trouble is that so many people are living on the fruits of the labour of other people. When the hon. Member talks about someone who goes and brings back millions of pounds worth of...


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