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Orders of the Day — Acquisition of Land Bill. (10 Apr 1919)

Mr Leslie Scott: ...neither more nor less than fair compensation. I suggest that there is no logical reason, or any reason of public policy, which should distinguish the case of a man whose land has to be taken for a school from that of a man whose land has to be taken for a railway company. It is utterly irrational, and a view this House ought not to sanction. I shall deal more in detail with the omissions...

Clause 4. — (Transfer of Powers and Duties to and from Board.) (10 Apr 1919)

(2) It shall be lawful for His Majesty from time to time by Order in Council to transfer to the Board— (a) all or any of the powers and duties of the Scottish Education Department with respect to the medical inspection and treatment of children and young persons;(b) any of the powers and duties of the Secretary for Scotland under the enactments relating to lunacy and mental deficiency;(c)...

Education (Scotland — Superannuation) Bill. (10 Apr 1919)

Education (Scotland — Superannuation) Bill.

Orders of the Day — Statement of Rates Bill. (11 Apr 1919)

...by the rate-collector, and to avoid additional expenditure being incurred by the assessment authority in collecting small amounts. What an admirable provision! I think this really will do more to educate a cottager in his duties as a democratic elector than all the election addresses and all the local lectures that ever were delivered in the whole of his life. I read on: The rent and rates...

Land Settlement (Facilities) Bill. (14 Apr 1919)

..., a statutory agricultural committee, a committee of the county council, partly chosen by the county council, and partly nominated by the Board. It is based almost entirely on the plan of the local education authorities which have been so successful under the Education Acts. One of the sub-committees of the county agriculture committee will be the small holdings and allotments committee....

Oral Answers to Questions — Out-of-Work Donation.: Ex-Service Students. (15 Apr 1919)

Sir J. D. REES: 71. asked the President of the Board of Education whether, under the existing Regulations of his Department, officers and men serving or who have served are allowed to apply for an university education at the expense of the taxpayer; if so, how long such Regulations have been or are to be in force; and what limits, if any, are imposed upon such expenditure of public funds?

Aliens Restriction Bill (15 Apr 1919)

Mr Donald Maclean: ...really propose to do? Are we going to send these aliens back to Germany or Austria? Just think what it means. Their roots are deep in this country, and their children are here going to our primary schools. A very large number of them have married British-born wives, and there was evidence before us that the domestic relations between the technical enemy alien and his British-born wives and...

War Pensions and Grants. (15 Apr 1919)

...—very often widows—who have lost an only son who was earning a wage, or perhaps did not commence to earn any wage, but whose parents had spent upon that son a considerable sum of money in educating him or having him trained for some profession. Simply because that son was not contributing anything to the upkeep of the household, simply because he was not maintaining himself, the parent...

Oral Answers to Questions — Demobilisation.: Applications for Release. (16 Apr 1919)

Mr Athelstan Rendall: 25. asked the Secretary of State for War why Sapper G. Bawn, No. 286578, Meteorological Section, A.F.O.4, B.A.F., Calais, a teacher formerly employed by and applied for by the Gloucester Education Committee, is not discharged; whether, and why, his commanding officer has informed him he will be retained under Army Order XIV. (55) of 1919; whether the Gloucester Education Committee sent a...

Oral Answers to Questions — British South Africa Company.: London University. (16 Apr 1919)

...Majesty's Government to provide for all possible requirements of the university in the future. Questions as to the future of the university would, I suggest, be better addressed to the Minister of Education.

Oral Answers to Questions — Demobilisation.: Teachers' Superannuation Bill. (30 Apr 1919)

Mr Robert Munro: ...it will be impossible to secure complete reciprocity between the two countries because the statutory conditions are different. If my right hon. Friend will put down a question to the Minister for Education I have no doubt he will answer it.

Orders of the Day — Tea (Customs). (30 Apr 1919)

Mr Charles Jesson: ...to all that, what the man in the street also requires is more holidays, and a reduction in the hours of labour, so as to enjoy some of the good things of life, and also means of recreation, education, and leisure, and travel, and all that kind of thing. I think that would be considered a fair charter for the average man in the street. It is obvious that we cannot enjoy food that has not...

Orders of the Day — Board of Education Scheme Confirmation Bill. (30 Apr 1919)

Orders of the Day — Board of Education Scheme Confirmation Bill.

Orders of the Day — Amendment of Law. (30 Apr 1919)

The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the BOARD of EDUCATION (Mr. Herbert Lewis): It is a Bill to confirm a scheme certified by the Board of Education under the Charitable Trusts Act, 1853. The scheme forms the subject of a Report which has been on the Table of the House for some weeks. It has been published as required by law, and every opportunity has been offered to lodge objections to the...

Agriculture.: Government Policy. (30 Apr 1919)

Lieut-Colonel William Weigall: ...peculiar person to air his fads and fancies in a wholly unpractical way. The nation is now at the cross roads so far as agriculture is concerned. The real advantage of this Commission will be as an educational effort, because what we really suffer from is the absolute ignorance of the average man in the industrial area as to the very elements of the agricultural problem. If it can clearly...

Oral Answers to Questions — Egypt.: Cabinet (Resignation). ( 1 May 1919)

Mr. HARMSWORTH: The Egyptian Cabinet resigned because they had lost authority. It is understood that, with the exception of the Ministry of Education, where a large number of officials are still absent, practically all Government officials have returned to work. The answer to the last part of the hon. and gallant Member's question is in the affirmative.

Oral Answers to Questions — Demobilisation.: Civil Service Appointments. ( 1 May 1919)

Mr Frederick Macquisten: ...the Minister of Labour whether, seeing that the Civil Service appointments reserved for demobilised soldiers under the reconstruction scheme are open only to those soldiers who have had continuous school education to the age of seventeen and in some cases nineteen, notwithstanding that candidates sit for a qualifying examination which tests their fitness, and that the above reservation...

Oral Answers to Questions — Blindness (Maintenance of Afflicted Persons). ( 1 May 1919)

Mr John Swan: ...the President of the Local Government Board if he will make arrangements for all persons afflicted with blindness to be under the direct control of a Government Department, that the cost of their education and maintenance should be a direct charge upon the National Exchequer, and that they should have direct representation on the various Committees appointed to look after their welfare?


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