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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...

Orders of the Day — Law Commissions Bill (8 Feb 1965)

Mr Leo Abse: a group are, naturally, fretful that they should be made the scapegoat for the present state of the law. Because of the frustration of the general public, they are often attacked for the high fees that go with a conveyance, whereas most solicitors would welcome a simplification of the law, for it would enable them to do less work in connection with the conveyance and charge less. This...

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....

Air Estimates, 1946: MR. Strachey's Statement (12 Mar 1946)

Mr Evelyn Strachey: ...Paper on the pay and conditions of officers that in future the commissioning system of the Royal Air Force has been modified, that the cadet will go through Cranwell as an attested airman, that the fees of Cranwell have been abolished and, therefore, a considerably more democratic arrangement has been arrived at in the process of commissioning. I pass to the interesting and important...

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