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Orders of the Day — Notices of Motion.: New Clause. — (Amendment of Section 44 of the Army Act.) ( 2 Apr 1919)

Mr Donald Maclean: And I will assume there would be no harm at all in getting the opinion also of men in the ranks. Why not? The men in the ranks to-day include men who are of the highest education and who have occupied civilian positions equal certainly to the majority of those of us who are Members of this House. An inquiry of that kind, as the right hon. Gentleman suggests, should be immediately held. The...

Indemnities. ( 2 Apr 1919)

Mr Henry Croft: ...that were inviolable simply because they had been uttered by a distinguished Ally. On this question of indemnities the whole difficulty can be divided into two points. First, there is a school which says that Germany is unable to pay; and there is another school which says that such payments, even if they are possible, would react against ourselves, and, therefore, would be no use to the...

Education (Scotland — Superannuation Payments). ( 2 Apr 1919)

Education (Scotland — Superannuation Payments).

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies.: Civil Service Assistant Clerks. ( 3 Apr 1919)

Mr Stanley Baldwin: ...regard to the regulations referred to, and a reply was sent to a number of the points raised on the 25th ultimo. The letter of the 23rd February drew attention to a difficulty arising out of the educational qualifications required of candidates for their appointments, and I am considering how this difficulty can best be met, and I hope to communicate with them at an early date.

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Celebrations.: Entertainments Duty. ( 3 Apr 1919)

...he is aware that, though the Board of Customs and Excise acknowledge that the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland is not conducted for profit and that the annual show is held partly for educational and scientific purposes, the Board have refused to grant exemption of Entertainments Tax only because there is to be a horse-jumping competition, and have demanded that the tax should...

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Celebrations.: Officers' Training Grant Scheme. ( 3 Apr 1919)

Sir Robert Horne: Training at recognised universities under the Training Grant scheme is dealt with by the Board of Education. I am informed that interim Grants have been promised to 1,042 ex-Service students, of whom about 90 per cent. are actually in residence. There have also been made fifty-four interim and four definitive Grants to candidates for higher education in Ireland. As regards the second part of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Air Ministry.: Armies of Occupation (Educational Scheme). ( 3 Apr 1919)

Armies of Occupation (Educational Scheme).

Selection (Standing Committees).: Scottish Standing Committee. ( 3 Apr 1919)

Sir Samuel Roberts: reported from the Committee of Selection; That they had added to the Standing Committee on Scottish Bills the following Ten Members (in respect of the Education (Scotland) (Superannuation) Bill and the Scottish Board of Health Bill): Lieutenant-Colonel Bell, Mr. Britton, Sir Clement Kinloch-Cooke, Major Nail, Mr. Robert Richardson, Mr. Tillett, Sir John Tudor Walters, Sir Joseph Walton,...

Selection (Standing Committees).: Standing Committees (Chairmen's Panel). ( 3 Apr 1919)

...Macmaster to act as Chairman of Standing Committee E (in respect of the Nurses' Registration Bill), and Mr. Rendall to act as Chairman of the Standing Committee on Scottish Bills (in respect of the Education (Scotland) (Superannuation) Bill and the Scottish Board of Health Bill).

Supply. — [7TH Allotted Day.]: Chief Secretary for Ireland. ( 3 Apr 1919) course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1920, for the Salaries and Expenses of the Offices of the Chief Secretary in Dublin and London (including Grants for the Higher Education of ex-Officers, etc.), and of the Inspectors of Lunatic Asylums, and Expenses under the Inebriates Acts."—[NOTE.—£30,000 has been voted on account.]

Orders of the Day — Women's Emancipation Bill. ( 4 Apr 1919)

Mr William Lunn: .... I am hopeful that during this Session we shall see women from all points of view treated in the eyes of the law as man's equal. I am convinced that when we give women the same opportunities of education and recognition they will qualify for the highest positions in the State. The Law Society, I believe, has now decided in favour of women being admitted to the legal profession. That has...

Education (Scotland — Superannuation) [Payments]. ( 4 Apr 1919)

Education (Scotland — Superannuation) [Payments].

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Fisheries. ( 7 Apr 1919)

Mr David Irving: ...scheme of reorganisation of the fisheries division of the Board; and, in particular, whether it is proposed to transfer from the Government Departments at present concerned such matters as the education of fishermen or the registration, lettering, and numbering of fishing boats, to the reconstituted fisheries division at the Board?

Oral Answers to Questions — Income Tax.: Officers' Appointments Board. ( 7 Apr 1919)

Sir George Blades: 68 asked the Minister of Labour (1) the number of officers, and men of similar educational qualifications, who have been placed by the Officers' Appointments Board in positions in Government Departments; (2) the number of vacancies notified by Government Departments to the Officers' Appointments Board; (3) if the scope of the district selection committees in connection with the Officers'...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Education of Officers (Cambridge Course). ( 7 Apr 1919)

Education of Officers (Cambridge Course).

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force.: Instructional Flying. ( 7 Apr 1919)

Lieutenant Alfred Raper: ...entire cessation of flying at training stations is due to scarcity of skilled mechanics owing to demobilisation; and whether flying officers and cadets who have already passed through the technical schools of aeronautics can themselves keep a sufficient number of aeroplanes in flying condition to enable instructional flying to be continued so as to train a number of men for an Air Force...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: National School Teachers (Pensions). ( 7 Apr 1919)

National School Teachers (Pensions).

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