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Police and Crime Commissioner Elections (Welsh Forms) Order 2012 — Motion to Approve (29 Oct 2012)

Lord Elystan-Morgan: know how to use 10 words whenever one can be used, read this preamble. It is a classic example of long-nosed Tudor verbosity. In the Act, Henry VIII enounces the principle that the people of the dominion of Wales use a language that is different from and in no way consonant to the mother tongue of the people of this realm. That began it all; it was an attack upon the Welsh language. By...

Orders of the Day — Welsh Language Bill [Lords] (26 May 1993)

Mr Roger Evans: ...that Wales was dead and past or even that the Welsh language was dead and past. Let us examine the provisions of the Laws in Wales Acts. Section 1 of the 1535 Act says: That his said countrey or dominion of Wales shal be stonde and contynue for [ever]…incorporated united and annexed to and with this his realme of Englande.[Interruption.] The nationalist Members are right to cheer. My...

Orders of the Day — Scotland and Wales (Referenda) Bill (14 Feb 1969)

Mr James Davidson: ...Scotland in the negotiations leading to the Act of Union, 1707, were hardly representative of the ordinary people of the country. Incidentally, the same Act of Union refers to Wales as "the Dominion of Wales". I will quote from a brief on the Treaty of Union prepared by the House of Commons Library: Many Scotsmen hoped for a federal rather than a unitary state, but the Scots Commissioners...

WELSH LANGUAGE BILL [Lords] (17 Jul 1967)

Mr Cledwyn Hughes: ...because it is important that the courts in Wales and the general public of Wales should be certain of what this Measure intends. Under Clause 4, the Wales and Berwick Act, 1746, is amended so that "dominion of Wales" shall not, in future legislation, be covered by the expression "England". This brings the law into line with current drafting practice. These are the provisions of the...

Orders of the Day — Welsh Courts Bill (14 Oct 1942)

Mr Herbert Morrison: Wales in like form as it is in this Realm"; and the Preamble to the Statute of Wales of 1536 refers to The King's singular zeal, love and favour that he bears towards his subjects of his said dominion of Wales"— this was before the Statute of Westminster— minding and intending to reduce them to the perfect order, notice and knowledge of his laws of this his Realm and utterly to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Wales (Title of Dominion). (5 Nov 1934)

Mr Herbert Williams: 47. asked the Lord President of the Council whether he will give consideration to the revival in Royal Proclamations and other official documents of the description of Wales as the Dominion of Wales which had been in use for 200 years up to the year 1800?

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