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Representation of the People Bill (18 Nov 1968)

Mr Quintin Hogg: ...Candidate? These things are all right if people do it off their own bat, but once they get the imprint of some mysterious central registrar, with a stamp showing that they have paid the requisite fee for this title, they will get some kind of official blessing. On the whole, I believe that the whole proceeding has become more trouble than it is likely to be worth, and I am against it....

University Grants (5 Feb 1964)

Mr Quintin Hogg: ...House will remember that the money figure for building work started expresses only part of the total cost involved, which must also take account of substantial expenditure on sites, professional fees, and equipment. The total capital commitment in respect of 1964 building starts therefore works out at about £70 million. Appropriate provision will be made in the 1964–65 Estimates for...

Orders of the Day — Discharged Soldiers (Employment).: Demonstration at Westminster. (28 May 1919)

Mr Austin Hopkinson: ...me, though I am no orator, because my position, formerly as a private soldier in the ranks of the Army, and now as a member of the Discharged Soldiers' Federation, throws upon me a duty which I fee] bound to endeavour to discharge. Only this morning I withdrew my nomination to the presidency of the federation, because I feel I can be of more use to it as an ordinary member than in an...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Public Buildings, Great Britain. (10 Feb 1926)

Sir Douglas Hogg: ...apply that money to the reduction of taxation, as suggested by the hon. Member for Bethnal Green (Mr. Harris) because the Act of Parliament forbids that being done. As a result of that profit, the fees have been reduced as from the 1st January this year. It is impossible to tell with exactness what the result of the working under the new Property Act will be, but a substantial reduction...

Police Grant Report (5 Feb 2019)

Kevan Jones: ...be used to cover pensions, which were until recently the Government’s responsibility. The precept will raise £4 million, but after taking account of inflation, pay increases and increases in fees levied by the Government, there is no extra cash at all. Somebody referred to the precept as a magic money tree, but that is not the case for forces such as Durham, which gets 75% of its...

Communications Bill (20 May 2003)

Lord Sheldon: ...had the responsibility to undertake the principles and ideals of public service. They are people of great distinction. My noble friend Lord Barnett was a governor; the noble Baroness, Lady Hogg, was a governor; and the noble Lord, Lord Hussey, was a governor. Those are people of distinction. Are they to be pushed aside by the management of the BBC and dismissed so easily? Never! Never!...

Communications Bill (25 Mar 2003)

Lord Lipsey: ...of the constitution to the dignified part of the constitution, counting for less and less. With the Joint Committee, so magnificently chaired by my noble friend Lord Puttnam, for the first time I feel a genuine hope that that process has been reversed. Here, through the evidence and the report and the debate, we saw Parliament right at the centre of a national debate on these matters....

Orders of the Day — Medical Termination of Pregnancy Bill: New Clause. — (PANEL TO UNDERTAKE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 1(a)(i) OF ACT.) (2 Jun 1967)

Mr Myer Galpern: The contribution by the right hon. and learned Member for St. Marylebone (Mr. Hogg) has aroused in me support for the Amendment, and that is no mean achievement. His argument of the inbuilt dangers of a racket developing in the carrying out of abortions should be treated with great seriousness, because it is a practical possibility. It is not inconceivable, for example, that a woman who...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Procurement (15 Oct 2012)

Hugh Robertson: ...contracts with an estimated annual value of services provided to the Department. Table 1 Contractor Services provided Estimated annual value (£) Brook Street Temp Framework 220,000 Hogg Robinson Travel Services—Rail (CATALIST) 130,000 Capita Business Services Travel Services—Air/Ferry (CATALIST) 300,000 Atos Origin DCMS ICT Contract 3,500,000 ...

Orders of the Day — Government of India Act.: War Pensions Bill (5 May 1920)

Mr. BARNES: I only read this Bill since I sat on this Bench listening to the speeches. I agree with a great deal of what has been said by my hon. Friend the Member for East Edinburgh (Mr. Hogge) and succeeding speakers as to the latter Clauses. I take it that the time has come when the War Pensions Committees are probably too large and too numerous for the work which was thrust upon them in...

Orders of the Day — Building Control Bill (8 Dec 1965)

Mr Thomas Urwin: ...despite the fact that it had proved beyond doubt that it had eliminated the possibility of being defeated at tender by a private contractor, was still compelled to follow the practice of paying out fees to quantity surveyors. What is the difference between us? Right hon. and hon. Members opposite accuse us of being dogmatic. We are entitled to make the same accusation against them. If we...

Orders of the Day — Land Settlement (Scotland) Bill. (15 Aug 1919)

Colonel Sir James Greig: ...I have referred I believe will be really of more value than the compensation, which admittedly was unduly high, that was given in many cases previously. The hon. Member for East Edinburgh (Mr. Hogge), who always makes useful contributions in debate, was under some misapprehension as to the methods of training in agriculture. The Bill scarcely deals with that matter directly, but it will...

Orders of the Day — County Courts Bill. (7 May 1924)

Sir Douglas Hogg: ...result. The main provisions of the Bill have been universally approved. I do not think anyone can doubt that a method of appointment which makes the salary of a judicial officer dependent upon the fees which his Court earns is a thoroughly bad one and ought to be got rid of as soon as possible. The provisions with regard to the clerks and junior officers make a reform which in my judgment,...

Orders of the Day — Civil Services Supplementary Estimates, 1919–20.: Ministry of Pensions. (9 Dec 1919)

Mr James Hogge: ...calls a severe wound. It baffles me entirely. I have a personal friend, an officer, who was wounded in action and never got any-wounds gratuity, but spent the best part of £200 in professional fees to doctors and surgeons while suffering from the effects of his wound. My experience in dealing with a large number of cases is that it is impossible to ascertain what the War Office calls a...

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...

Adjournment (Whitsun) (24 May 2002)

Mr Paul Tyler: That is true. My hon. Friend speaks from legal experience. I would add that the no win, no fee attitude discourages genuine cases that may be a little more marginal. That, too, is a problem. My hon. Friend the Member for Teignbridge spoke of the increasing incidence of self-harm, particularly by young people, and the connection with both attempted suicide and suicide. It is a considerable...

Committee of Privileges Report: Cases of Mr. Allig han and Mr. Walkden (30 Oct 1947)

...category of conduct, without prejudice to that issue, namely, those dishonourable acts over which the House is entitled to exercise a disciplinary function; if I can show that that is the case, I feel sure that there is a solid basis of agreement upon which the House can act in a corporate capacity, without unnecessarily deep divisions of opinion. I want to avoid, perhaps because I am the...

Petition: Social Fund (Funeral Expenses) (9 Jul 2008)

Tom Clarke: ...council. Indeed, the council has introduced an outstanding best practice initiative on claiming funeral expense payments, which I will describe later. My friend and colleague Councillor William Hogg and I have had extensive discussions about how constituents on low incomes cope with bereavement and, in particular, with funeral expense payments. Councillor Hogg represents the former mining...

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...

Orders of the Day — R.a.M.C. Officer's Widow (Pension) (21 Oct 1943)

Mr Quintin Hogg: ...of a brother-in-law. On this small allowance nothing is available for the education of our child. Consequently, I have had to return to hospital in a resident post in order to be able to pay school fees to put my daughter into a nursery boarding school. A nursery boarding school for this man's child! She goes on to describe other things connected with her position. I took up the matter...


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