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

Dr Christopher Addison: I beg to move, "That the Bill be now read a second time." This Bill is in some respects similar to the one which my right hon. Friend the Home Secretary has now introduced. His Bill relates to a very important side of industrial reconstruction. This Bill deals with a very positive national need. I think that at the present time the House needs little persuading to consider carefully any...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Civil Services Supplementary Estimates, 1918–19. (4 Mar 1919)

Mr Robert Young: ...radical alteration in the rates of pay for overtime. I desire him to get rid of overtime as much as possible, so as to secure employment for other people, and possibly for disabled soldiers. I now come to paragraph (x). There is a difficulty in certain trade unions allowing men to be trained in their respective trades, not that we have any lack of sympathy, or that we desire to prevent...

Orders of the Day — Civil Contingencies Fund Bill. (4 Mar 1919)

Mr Donald Maclean: I am glad of that explanation, but I was entitled to make the comment since reference is made in the Bill to transactions "on account of exigencies arising out of the present war." I am pleased, however, to hear that as far as the scope of this Bill is concerned such matters are outside of it, but the general comment I have made is one of very serious consideration indeed. Let me say a word...

Supply. — [4TH Allotted Day.]: MR. Long's Statement. (12 Mar 1919)

Major-General Hon. Sir Newton Moore: I should like to take this opportunity of congratulating the distinguished Member who has succeeded one whom we all respected, the late representative in this House for Portsmouth. I feel sure the House will be all the better for his wise advice, and I congratulate him especially on the very interesting speech which he has delivered this afternoon. At the same time, in common with other hon....

Orders of the Day — Notices of Motion.: Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill. (18 Mar 1919)

Mr James Wignall: ..., I do so with a desire to support from the Labour standpoint the Bill that is before the House. We all realise the great importance of the Bill. We all realise the vast machinery which it seeks to control. We all realise also that transport is the very mainspring of the industrial life of our country. On general lines we desire to support this Bill, to give the Government our utmost and...

Orders of the Day — CONSOLIDATED FUND (No. 1) BILL. (19 Mar 1919)

Lieutenant - Colonel Sir SAMUELHOARE: I desire not to follow the hon. Member who has just spoken so much as to develop in somewhat greater detail some of the points made in the very inte- resting and valuable speech by the right hon. Gentleman opposite the Member for one of the divisions of Manchester. He devoted a good deal of the time during which he addressed the House to what seems to me...

Orders of the Day — Prevention of Unemployment Bill. (21 Mar 1919)

Mr Alfred Waterson: ...fact that during the past four and a half years boys and young men who are to be the future citizens and the future leaders of all ranks and shades of opinion have been fighting in order that this country shall be made freer and happier, that they may have a better life, and also enjoy the fruits of this earth. I contend that, as far as the Government is responsible, something should be...

Oral Answers to Questions — Income Tax.: Out-of-Work Donation. (7 Apr 1919)

Sir Robert Horne: The men registered as agricultural labourers on the books of the Employment Exchanges have been considered for such vacancies as have been notified to the exchanges. The fact that men register themselves as agricultural labourers does not necessarily involve that they have sufficient skill to induce farmers to employ them for particular jobs. Moreover, shortage of housing accommodation in...

Orders of the Day — Supply. — [9TH Allotted Day.]: MR. Roberts' Statement. (6 May 1919)

Mr John Clynes: ...any figures as to stocks. Perhaps the manner of my right hon. Friend's allusion to this matter misled me into thinking that he did not attach importance to it, and I am sorry. One or two very brief comments now as to the absence of any statement this afternoon regarding the attitude of the Ministry with respect to the recurring claims and grievances of the class known as the farming class....

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (20 May 1919)

Mr Stanley Holmes: The Chancellor of the Exchequer made a most lucid statement in his Budget speech on the country's indebtedness, the estimated expenditure for the current year, and the means by which he proposed to raise the necessary revenue. But having built the structure of his Budget, he turned himself into a camouflage-artist and proceeded to paint it with the gaudy colours of Colonial Preference and...

Orders of the Day — Clause 19. — (Power of Contributing to Costs Incurred by Public Utility Societies and Housing Trusts.) (27 May 1919)

Mr Donald Maclean: ...know whether I speak from longer acquaintance with the operations of public authorities than my hon. Friend does. In the end I dare say their work is more solid and more enduring, but for getting a job through quickly you cannot look to a public authority for expedition at any rate. That is my point. This is a most pressing matter, and in the view of the majority of those who know public...

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

Sir Robert Horne: ...do them this justice, that they passed through all these cases, and presumably the appointments have been obtained, judging from the numbers on the books to-day. The hon. Member made certain other complaints which I shall certainly be very glad to look into if he will give me the particulars. Now I come to a much more important matter, and that is, the general remedy for unemployment,...

Orders of the Day — Compensation for Subsidence Bill. (30 May 1919)

Mr William Brace: I beg to move, That the Bill be now read a second time. I much regret that this Bill has not been introduced to the House by the Government as a Government measure. It raises questions of large and grave importance to many parts of the country, not alone affecting the individual citizens, but the interests of great public bodies. I did not quite realise what I was letting myself in for when I...

Orders of the Day — RESTORATION OF PRE-WAR PRACTICES (No. 3) BILL (2 Jun 1919)

Mr James Wignall: ...their masters, I thought we had departed from the stage of master and servant to-day. We want the employer and the workman to treat each other as human beings, and to associate together for the common good of the people. Both are there for one purpose. The employer is not there for the purposes of his health, or for recreation, or for pleasure, and neither. is the workman. They are both...

Orders of the Day — Public Expenditure (4 Jun 1919)

Mr Charles White: ...think I should have spoken this evening were it not for the reference to the Lord Chancellor's residence. I happen to be the Member who proposed that a sum of £3,800, and a further £1,000 for decorating the house, should be deleted from the Estimates, and I did so on the direct advice of the right hon. Gentleman the Chancellor of the Exchequer. I went from this House asked by him to do...

Orders of the Day — Government of India Bill. (5 Jun 1919)

Mr Herbert Fisher: No one can rise from this bench to discuss the far-reaching proposals contained in the Bill which has been introduced this afternoon in so powerful a manner by my right hon. Friend without a grave sense of personal insufficiency. The problem of Indian government is so vast and complex, so remote from the ordinary day to day occupations of a Member of Parliament, and the human factor is so...

Orders of the Day — Supply. — [14TH Allotted Day.]: DR. Addison's Statement. (30 Jun 1919)

Dr Christopher Addison: I think that is included, but not the cost of the land. The average price is somewhere about £700 in those cases. I find several lately where the price is higher than that, and we must add on to that the cost of the land and other expenses. Of the 12,000 acres already acquired, I propose in our next monthly statement we issue as a White Paper to give the cost of the land per acre, and I...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill.: Clause 3. — (Power to Control Temporarily Railways, etc.) (2 Jul 1919)

Mr Henry Wilson-Fox: ...just sat down in all of his sentiments in regard to this Clause, because it is quite possible that different people may take different views. The Clause may be used for a great many purposes, and according to those purposes for which it is used it may or may not benefit the country. We all want the most efficient system of transport in this country, the best co-ordinated system that can...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill (10 Jul 1919)

Lieut-General Sir Aylmer Hunter-Weston: As there is still considerable doubt in the minds of many Members of this House as to whether the powers to be given to the new Ministry by this Bill are not too great, and a further fear that the various powers thus given may be mishandled, I think it may be of interest and advantage to this House if I, who have the privilege of being the senior of the many hon. Members who have served...

Orders of the Day — Housing and Town Planning (Scotland) Bill.: First Schedule. — (Rules for Determining the Amount of Reduction of Compensation.) (25 Jul 1919)

Mr Donald Maclean: I should like to say first of all how much we appreciate the courtesy and ability with which tae Secretary for Scotland and those associated with him have conducted the proceedings on this Bill. It has been no light task, because those who know anything at all about the law know how the intricacy of the existing Acts and the very complex administration, which also had to be taken into...


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