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Medical Treatment of Children (Ireland) Bill. [Expenses]. (24 Mar 1919)

...exceeding one-half of the expenses incurred by local authorities in the execution of any Act of the present Session, to make provision for the medical treatment of children attending ele- mentary schools in Ireland (King's Recommendation signified) To-morrow.—(Lord E. Talbot.)

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Officer Cadets. (25 Mar 1919)

Colonel Charles Yate: 23. asked the Secretary for War whether he will consider the question of giving officer cadets who after passing the test for commissioned rank at the training schools have been granted temporary commissions and then demobilised without pay, pension, or gratuity, the same terms as regards outfit allowance as have been given to the Royal Air Force cadets similarly demobilized?

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Income Tax. (25 Mar 1919)

Mr John Swan: ...the Exchequer if he is prepared to provide in his forthcoming Budget for an allowance of £25 per annum from Income Tax to working-class parents who keep children over sixteen years of age going to school for higher educational purposes, as the existing tax is likely to deter education and otherwise prevent bright children of the poor from educational equipment?

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Physical Training Inspectors. (25 Mar 1919)

Colonel Charles Yate: 61. asked the President of the Board of Education whether, considering that of the seven expert inspectors of physical training on the staff of the Board of Education in November last five were women and only two were men and both of those men were then away on service, he will now consider the question of appointing at least one man inspector for boys and one woman inspector for girls to...

Clause 1. — (War Prolongation of Duration of Principal Act.) (25 Mar 1919)

Mr Samuel Hoare: I hope very much the Government will maintain the attitude assumed by the President of the Board of Education. The House had an opportunity of considering this point when the Bill was in Committee, and I see no reason for altering the view we then adopted. I very much regret that the other House has taken the action it has in inserting this and another Amendment, and I hope this House will...

Clause 2. — (Limited Power of Increasing Rents during the Extended Period.) (25 Mar 1919)

Sir John Marriott: ...by my right hon. Friend, is substantially in accord with the proposals of the Hunter Committee. I quite admit the validity of what was said by my right hon. Friend the President of the Board of Education in regard to the period covered by the Bill, but in principle the Amendment adopted in another place and sent down to this House is that which was embodied in the recommendations of the...

New Clause. — (Limitation on Rent of Houses Let Furnished.) (25 Mar 1919)

Mr Athelstan Rendall: ...which is extremely popular with a large number of persons absolutely regardless of justice. Apparently, they are going to continue that course to the end. I very much regret that the Minister of Education has been associated with this Bill, because his past career would have led us to hope that he would not behave like this on a Bill of this kind if he could possibly avoid it. It is no...

Imperial Preference. (25 Mar 1919)

Sir Halford Mackinder: ...labour. We say that this declaration of policy will brook no such delay as is involved in a postponement until the 1st September, and I cannot help feeling that the course of recent events must be educating the Government in some degree to the fact that it is undesirable to continue this policy of procrastination. Take the story of the New Issues Regulations. I do not blame the Chancellor...

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies.: Government Departments (Office Furniture). (26 Mar 1919)

Sir Alfred Mond: ..., but a considerable portion of this amount is in respect of goods which are still in demand for use in Government Departments. Surplus stock is being disposed of to local government authorities, education authorities, and to the public generally. Contracts for £55,000 worth of goods can now be cancelled if orders for articles of equivalent value could be placed with the contractors, and...

Agricultural Reconstruction.: Board of Agriculture (Organisation). (26 Mar 1919)

Mr Leslie Scott: ...one of the first steps the Board ought to take with young officers and men of intelligence from the ranks coming back from the front is to start a training centre where they can be given the right education for carrying out this work. The earlier portion of the education should be in the universities, but the later portion should be at the training centre, where they can, so to speak,...

Medical Treatment of Children (Ireland). (26 Mar 1919)

...not exceeding one-half of the expenses incurred by local authorities in the execution of any Act of the present Session to make provision for the medical treatment of children attending elementary schools in Ireland."—[Mr. A. Samuels.]

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Training Grants. (27 Mar 1919)

Mr Rupert Gwynne: 41 and 42. asked the Minister of Labour (1) whether there is any way by which soldiers and sailors who have started learning a trade whilst in hospital under the direction, of the education officer and who have been demobilised before their training has been completed, and whose disablement is not sufficient to bring them under the Ministry of Pensions, can get a grant to enable them to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Elementary Schools (Pay and Status of Teachers). (27 Mar 1919)

Elementary Schools (Pay and Status of Teachers).

Oral Answers to Questions — Education. (27 Mar 1919)

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.


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