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Adjournment (Christmas) (18 Dec 1996)

Mr Paul Tyler: ...although not in the meat—all such cattle should be boned out after killing, before their meat could be sold. This process would allow the removal of potentially infected parts.Immediately Douglas Hogg banned the sale of meat from all cattle over 30 months old, until a debonine scheme could be arranged. It is clear that that was to be a temporary scheme. However, just as Ministry...

Ballot for Notices of Motion: Ministers and Public Servants (Official Conduct) (3 Feb 1949)

Mr Charles Hale: ...that the Tribunal was composed of men of undoubted integrity and competence who pursued their duties with discretion. I associate myself at once with the tribute the hon. Member for Oxford (Mr. Hogg) paid to the heavy responsibility borne by the Attorney-General and to the outstanding, ability with which he discharged his task. As I have said, it would be quite improper for me to express...

Queen's Speech — Debate (3rd Day) (Continued) (23 Nov 2009)

Earl Ferrers: ...first-class railway ticket but you ought to have bought an economy one because the country would have been better off if you had. I venture to suggest that, if there has been improper payment, the Fees Office, which, like the Inland Revenue, is the guardian of public funds in its area, should have had more control over the disbursements. Some Members have been accused of claiming for...

Address in Reply to Her Majesty's Most Gracious Speech (25 Nov 2004)

Lord Maxton: ...thank my noble friends Lord Clark of Windermere and Lady Ramsay of Cartvale for acting as my sponsors, and for their support before and since my introduction. Lastly, I thank my noble friend Lord Hogg for his advice as my mentor, and all the old and new friends from all sides of the House who have given me such a warm welcome. I am the first Maxton to have been elevated to the peerage, and...

Representation of the People Bill: New System of Electoral Registration (15 Dec 1999)

George Howarth: I should explain my presence at the Dispatch Box. I am on a no-fee, one-day transfer from the Northern Ireland Office to the Home Office. Whether that transfer is extended may well depend on my performance today. I am well aware, as is the whole House, of the interest that my hon. Friend the Member for North-East Derbyshire (Mr. Barnes) takes in electoral matters. Members have...

Broadcasting (13 May 1965)

Mr Terence Boston: ...high price to start a local service. When the Pilkington Committee was hearing evidence, it was estimated that if local sound broadcasting was done by the B.B.C. the extra cost on the licence fee would be about 5s. Richard Hoggart and Stuart Hall have pointed out in the Spectator on 4th July, 1964, that even if the additional cost was 10s., as one licence covers the entertainment of a...

Scottish Parliament (Referendum) Bill [HL] (17 Apr 2002)

Lord MacKenzie of Culkein: ...been dealt with at Westminster since 1999, such is the pressure on UK parliamentary time. One common criticism is the different outcomes in Scotland from the rest of the UK, for example on tuition fees or on care of the elderly. These different outcomes in Scotland are not anything other than a strength and a vindication of the system, and the system as it was intended to be. I say that...

Television Licences (Disclosure of Information) Bill (15 Jun 2000)

Baroness Anelay of St Johns: .... It was therefore not possible for the clause to be given as detailed consideration in another place as it would have received at Committee stage. In that debate my right honourable friend Douglas Hogg raised an interesting point with regard to the word "neglect" in Clause 4(b). I believe we shall need to look further at that in Committee. The Bill is brief but it introduces a scheme...

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,...

National Health Service (9 Feb 1948)

Mr Charles Hale: Every time I hear the derisory laughter of the hon. Member for Oxford (Mr. Hogg) I feel fortified in the accuracy of my views. The letter went on: True, on the next day, when discussion moved on to the subject of consultant services, we saw a new Mr. Bevan—smiling and urbane, and clearly anxious to divide the consultants from their general practitioner colleagues. The argument there is that...

Waste Management (11 Dec 2001)

Mr Andrew Bennett: ...declare an interest: this autumn I have been chairing a Select Committee-style inquiry in Newcastle, organised by BAN Waste and supported by Newcastle city council, for which I am to receive a fee. That has been an interesting experience as I have had an opportunity to hear a lot of evidence on applying waste management to the locality of Newcastle. I have also had a chance to see how a...

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...

Orders of the Day — Gaming Bill (13 Feb 1968)

Mr James Callaghan: ...and proprietors at their own game. I do not think that there is any reason why the public should be saddled with the expense through the taxation system. Therefore, the Bill prescribes a range of fees for licences, certificates, and so on. I fully expect that this revenue will cover the costs of the Board and the other expenses of administering the Bill. My old Treasury training still...

Debate on the Address (30 Oct 1968)

Professor Esmond Wright: ...provided with equipment but seriously understaffed, which will draw their students from one single class—on the whole, the children of transferred poorer citizens while the direct grant or fee-paying schools will be located in what the Americans would call "white suburbs", the wealthier areas. This would be the real danger, that, 10 years from now, there would be poor territorial...

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...

Grammar Schools (27 Nov 1964)

Mr Alan Hopkins: ...am not and that proof of the fact that we are not is to be found in the many schools which have come into being in the last 13 years when my right hon. Friend the Member for St. Marylebone (Mr. Hogg) and other of my right hon. Friends were Conservative Ministers of Education. In addition, there are 179 direct grant schools, of which one-third or slightly more are denominational. It is of...

Local Transport Bill [HL] (20 Nov 2007)

Lord Bradshaw: ...were talking earlier. I turn briefly to the question of bus-user representation. There is an organisation called BUS USERS UK and another called the Bus Appeals Body, on which the noble Lord, Lord Hogg of Cumbernauld, sits as chairman and of which I was a previous chairman. It is a non-statutory body but it works. If it were given a little money and if bus operators were required to...

Schedule 1: Unesco (31 Oct 1995)

Mike Gapes: ...at UNESCO's headquarters in Paris rather than being devolved to the field in those countries where UNESCO is working. The then Minister of State, the right hon. and learned Member for Grantham (Mr. Hogg), who has now moved on to agricultural matters, said in his evidence to the Select Committee, that "the objections" to rejoining UNESCO were "financial". The Committee report concluded: The...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Crime Bill: New Clause 10 (10 Jul 2007)

Douglas Hogg: ...notice of that. Those of us who are on pay-as-you-earn—all of us here are—or who are in receipt of regular dividend income, or who have to account to the Revenue for the value added tax on all fees received, as I do as a part-time barrister, have no great difficulty in establishing the sources of our income and we have relevant documents to prove it. However, we will see that another...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Health Bill. (26 Feb 1919)

Mr Donald Maclean: ...large number of speeches of vigour and length, which may well be, made upstairs, but that they have got out of the way the Amendment in the name of my hon. Friend the Member for East Edinburgh (Mr. Hogge) and his colleagues. It is an excellent idea. It would have been a very serious brake on the progress of the Bill had they not done so, and I heartily congratulate my right hon. Friends on...


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