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Orders of the Day — Malicious Communications Bill: Offence of Sending Letters etc. with Intent to Cause Distress or Anxiety (8 Jul 1988)

Douglas Hogg: ...this matter extremely careful thought—I regret that the hon. Gentleman is not present to hear my response—my concluded view, for which in other circumstances I would charge a substantial fee, is that it is unlikely that increasing the scale from 3 to 4 would have significant resource implications for the Government or private individuals. Government and Parliament can uprate...

Orders of the Day — Firearms (Amendment) Bill: Visitors' Permits (25 May 1988)

Amendment proposed: No. 59, in page 7, line 5, leave out from beginning to 'shall' in line 7 and insert 'on the grant of a permit under this section a fee of £12 except that where six or more permits are granted on a group application the fee shall be £60 in respect of those permits taken together.(6A) Subsection (6) above'.—[Mr. Douglas Hogg.]

Protection of Animals (Amendment) Bill: Offences Relating to Animal Fights (22 Apr 1988)

Douglas Hogg: It is impossible to establish a licensing system without bureaucracy, tests, criteria, people to administer the system, and the payment of fees. Before long there would be a statutory consultative committee, a class 1 certificate, a class 2 certificate and so forth. I understand the hon. Gentleman's point but I recoil from it, having spent many days in the Standing Committee on the Firearms...

Orders of the Day — Health and Medicines Bill: Charges for Dental Appliances and Treatment (14 Apr 1988)

Robin Cook: ...and elaborating the extent to which dental examination is important screening, not only for dental health but for general health. My hon. Friend the Member for Cumbernauld and Kilsyth (Mr. Hogg) had a tumour removed from his mouth following referral after a routine dental examination in which it was discovered by the dentist. In some cases, such a referral can be life-saving. It is worth...

Firearms (Amendment) Bill [Money] (21 Jan 1988)

Douglas Hogg: ...approach to the debate. As for the hon. Gentleman's question, the answer is fairly well summarised in the explanatory memorandum. He raised the point about the working party and firearms fees. It is perfectly true that it is intended that the cost of implementing the scheme shall be largely recoverable. We intend to discuss the level of the fees with the shooting interests. Before...

Orders of the Day — Firearms (Amendment) Bill (21 Jan 1988)

Douglas Hogg: In answer to the hon. Gentleman's first question, the provisions on visitors' licences are clearly set out in the Bill, and I recommend that he read it. On the question of licence fees, we intend that the shooting interests should be fully consulted, and that they should play a part in a working party. However, we anticipate that the costs incurred in the licensing regime will be recoverable....

Sporting Events (Safety) (24 Jul 1987)

Douglas Hogg: ...upon to determine it, the courts will have regard not to the form but to the substance, and it is plain that where members of the public are invited to roll up on the day and pay their membership fees at the door, that will almost certainly be treated as a public event to which the regulations will apply, whereas they will not apply to a truly private event. It is a question of substance,...

Orders of the Day — Fire Safety and Safety of Places of Sport Bill [Lords] (30 Mar 1987)

Douglas Hogg: ...The hon. Member for Cambridgeshire, North-East raised the subject of equality, as did the hon. Member for Stalybridge and Hyde. It is perfectly true that the Home Office will not set the level of fees. That is a matter for the fire authority, but the Home Office will be giving guidance. As both hon. Members will know, the fire inspectorate is able to nudge and guide to obtain uniformity of...

Debate on the Address: First Day (12 Nov 1986)

Mr Toby Jessel: ...of jurymen echoes: "From bias free of every kind,This trial must be tried." Later in "Trial By Jury" the judge sings to the jurymen about how he became a judge. He sings: "All thieves who could my fees affordRelied on my orations,And many a burglar I've restoredTo his friends and his relations." These days, a barrister who wishes to restore burglars to their friends and relations does not...

Firearms (Fees) (25 Jun 1986)

Douglas Hogg: ...again illustrates the unsatisfactory nature of the procedure that we are adopting. One thing is wholly plain — that we have either to accept or reject the order. We cannot amend it, yet the House feels that an increase of 65 per cent. In respect of renewal is unreasonable. It is a great misfortune that we cannot strike out that provision and accept the rest. We are not able to do so,...

Orders of the Day — Representation of the People Bill: Deposit by Candidates at Parliamentary Elections (14 Feb 1985)

Douglas Hogg: My hon. Friend has had a most ingenious idea, but will he consider one drawback? He is talking about a registration fee which he suggests is a sort of collective deposit. However, I think that he will agree that the registration fee would probably not be fixed by statute, whether primary or secondary legislation. If that is right, who will set the registration fee? Assuming that it is done...

Legal Aid and Advice (19 Nov 1984)

Sir Patrick Mayhew: I am grateful to the hon. and learned Member for Montgomery (Mr. Carlile) and my hon. Friends the Members for Grantham (Mr. Hogg) and for Croydon, North-West (Mr. Malins) for their contributions to this short debate and for the welcome that has been given to the upratings. I think that all hon. Members would agree that there are advances that we would like to make, but anybody who knows...

Orders of the Day — Education (Fees and Awards) (Scotland) (15 Nov 1983)

Motion made, and Question proposed,That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty, praying that the Education (Fees and Awards) (Scotland) Regulations 1983 (S.I., 1983, No. 1215), dated 26th July 1983, a copy of which was laid before this House on 11th August, be annulled.—[Mr. Norman Hogg.]

Orders of the Day — Building (Prescribed Fees) (24 Jun 1982)

Douglas Hogg: I apologise for the fact that I was not here to hear my hon. Friend's opening speech. There is one point that troubles me. If one looks at inspection fees for small garages and car parks, one finds that one is dealing with a very modest fee. My concern is that, as there is no obvious sanction for the payment of this fee and as the amount is so small that it would not justify recovery...

Dogs (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (19 Feb 1982)

Douglas Hogg: ...such as mine may not be included. Therefore, I hope that the House will forgive me if I indicate broadly where the Bill must be improved. The curious effect of clause 3, which deals with licence fees, will be to remove the general liability to pay a dog licence fee and to leave only such a liability or obligation as the local authority may choose to impose. The bizarre effect is that...

Dogs (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (19 Feb 1982)

Douglas Hogg: The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food sets the fees.

Orders of the Day — Gaelic (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (13 Feb 1981)

Douglas Hogg: The fees in some cases are far too great. I am grateful to my hon. Friend for his comment. But the point is that for all the parties to the litigation it is a frustrating, a time-consuming and a complicated process. We cannot ignore that aspect. In giving the right to a person to speak Gaelic we are imposing a burden on everybody else—and for what purpose? There will be nobody in those...

Orders of the Day — Finance (No. 2) Bill: Charitable Dispositions for Periods Which Cannot Exceed Three Years (3 Jun 1980)

Mr Dale Campbell-Savours: The comments by the hon. Member for Grantham (Mr. Hogg) are understandable. He comes from a family of substance, which has sent generations to public schools. He probably feels a family requirement to defend the privileges and the extension of privileges that the public schools seek. The Newsom report, published in 1968, recommended that action be taken to terminate the fiscal and summary...

Orders of the Day — COMPANIES BILL [Lords]: 'distribution of Profits and of Assets for Political Objects (3 Mar 1980)

Mr Peter Archer: ...that right with other people. The union cannot use its part of the political fund for political purposes. The Minister took up a point made in an intervention by the hon. Member for Grantham (Mr. Hogg). The hon. Member said that if a shareholder does not like a company's policy, he has a valid form of redress. He said that he had only to sell his shares and to invest in a different...

Orders of the Day — Children and Young Persons Bill (11 Mar 1969)

Mr James Callaghan: ...which will manage the home through a body of managers of whom one-third will represent the voluntary organisation. An assisted home will be financed by the voluntary organisation--which will charge fees to local authorities for accommodating children in its care—and managed by the organisation through a body of managers of whom one-third will be appointed by a specified local authority....

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