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Orders of the Day — Widows', Orphans' and Old Age Contributory Pensions Bill. (31 Oct 1929)

Mr Arthur Greenwood: ...programme on which right hon. and hon. Members on this side of the House fought the last election there are these words: The grave injustices of the existing Widows', Orphans' and Old Age Pensions Act would be immediately remedied and as soon as the urgent legislation for dealing with unemployment had been carried through a comprehensive co-ordination and extension of all the pension...

Orders of the Day — Widows', Orphans' and Old Age Contributory Pensions Bill.: Clause 1. — (Extension of right to widows' pensions.) (11 Nov 1929)

Sir Basil Peto: ...we can go back and admit widows without contributions to the right of pension. The explanation given to the Committee has been that the Bill is on the lines of removing anomalies arising from the fact that in the Act of 1925 there is a definite date for the commencement of the Act. I contend that if you go back five years from the date of commencing the Act and say that all widows whose...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1933.: Board of Education. (12 Jul 1933)

Mr Herwald Ramsbotham: ...lie in another place, where it so happens that a Debate on an educational topic will be in progress shortly. I think that is evidence that, such is the popularity of education, it is able to attract two houses nightly. Had my noble Friend been in my place, he would have given, if I may say so, a lucid and masterly analysis of a difficult subject, but the lot falls upon me, and I should...

Order of the Day.: Economic Situation. (26 Jul 1933)

Mr Walter Runciman: ...the course of the meeting of the Economic Commission. At least two very eloquent and moving speeches had been made by the members of the Commission. They were both voicing the. schemes of the International Labour Office. They both had in mind what had already been done by the committees which had sat on this subject, and I have no doubt that the whole of the Commission knew perfectly well...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Army Estimates, 1935. (18 Mar 1935)

Sir Douglas Hacking: ...way extravagant. It is that proof which I hope to be able to provide this afternoon. Hon. Members will see from the Estimates that the War Office is required to provide 66 infantry battalions for service oversea. If we have 66 battalions oversea we ought to have the same number at home in order that, for each battalion oversea, there may be a battalion at home to train recruits, provide...

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. (6 Jun 1935)

Mr Edward Young: ...may be of the structure or methods of the Measure. In a way, the Bill is a happy augury, because the opportunity for its introduction arises from an improvement in the general conditions of the nation's industry and employment which makes a Measure of this sort possible. The extremely widespread nature of our system of National Health Insurance is well known to the House. It is of extreme...

National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. (6 Jun 1935)

Mr John Banfield: ...Bill; and I am afraid that supporters of the Government who describe this as a comprehensive and magnificent Measure, and so on, will find when they face their supporters, a great deal of dissatisfaction with it. After all, this Bill deals with a matter which, of necessity, could not be let alone. It would have been unthinkable on the part of any Government to have left 200,000 people in...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Department of Health for Scotland. (4 Jul 1935)

..., to complete the sum necessary to defray the charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1936, for the Salaries and Expenses of the Department of Health for Scotland; including Grants and other Expenses in connection with Housing, certain Grants to Local Authorities, &c., Grant in Aid of the Highlands and Islands Medical Service, Grants in...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Health. (17 Jul 1935)

..., to complete the sum necessary to defray the charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1936, for the Salaries and Expenses of the Ministry of Health; including Grants and other Expenses in connection with Housing, certain Grants to Local Authorities, etc., Grants in Aid in respect of Benefits and Expenses of Administration under the...

Class V.: Department of Health for Scotland. (25 Feb 1936)

...£10 be granted to His Majesty, to defray the Charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1936, for the Salaries and Expenses of the Department of Health for Scotland; including Grants and other Expenses in connection with Housing, certain Grants to Local Authorities, etc., Grant in Aid of the Highlands and islands Medical Service, Grants in...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Class V. (10 Mar 1936)

...10, be granted to His Majesty, to defray the Charge which will come in course, of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1936, for the Salaries and Expenses of the Department of Health for Scotland; including Grants and other Expenses in connection with Housing, certain Grants to Local Authorities, etc., Grant in Aid of the Highlands and Islands Medical Service, Grants in...

Condition of the People. (11 Mar 1936)

Mr Wilfred Paling: ...the human race has gained such a control over productive forces that, if these were properly utilised, we could produce an all round abundance for everybody. I think that everybody accepts that fact to-day. We are often told that we are suffering from over-production. Thousands of people believe it, but we Socialists do not believe it. We prefer to say that the trouble is one rather of...

Unemployment Insurance Act, 1985. (8 Apr 1936)

Mr Harold Balfour: ...hon. Member for Ogmore (Mr. E. J. Williams), who expressed his point of view in a very positive manner, and other hon. Members, ought to be grateful to the Government in that in this year of grace 1936 we are able to debate from a Parliamentary point of view the disposal of a surplus. Had hon. Members on the Front Bench opposite and their friends been in control of the country and...

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Amendment of Law. (23 Apr 1936)

Mr John McGovern: ...proposals in the Budget are being subjected to criticism. The Budget proposes to increase taxation on various sections of the community in order to raise a certain amount, mainly for what is called national defence but, before dealing with that part of the subject, I wish to allude to what I conceive to be certain very serious omissions from the Budget. Some of these have already been...

Orders of the Day — Supply. (6 Jul 1936)

Mr George Tryon: ...question. I should like to thank them very much for giving us an early opportunity of stating the policy of the Government and our views in supporting it. The impending expiry, at the end of 1936, of the original Charter of the British Broadcasting Corporation, brings before the House the question of the provision to be made for the future of the Broadcasting service. Broadcasting in this...

Civil Estimates, 1936.: Ministry of Health. (16 Jul 1936)

Sir Kingsley Wood: ..., which amount to some £21,000,000, show a net increase of some £1,200,000 over those of 1935. The increases arise mainly from increased provisions for housing, improved rural water supplies and health insurance, but the Committee will know that since the introduction of the block grant system the Estimate does not reflect the increase in Exchequer assistance for public health services...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Assistance Act, 1934. (22 Jul 1936)

Mr Dingle Foot: ...traced the history of un- covenanted benefit since 1920, hon. Members opposite went closely into the events of 1931, and contrasts were drawn by various speakers, particularly by the Minister of Health, between the scales proposed to be paid by this Government and the scales which are now paid by various Socialist local authorities—a fine distinction which, at any rate to us in this...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Debate on the Address. (4 Nov 1936)

Sir Lewis Jones: ...hon. Member has painted of children he knows in his own district is correct, then the fault must be laid at the door of his own education authorities, who have a responsibility placed upon them by Act of Parliament. The bulk of the speeches yesterday and to-day from the Opposition benches have been directed to pointing out the omissions from the Gracious Speech rather than giving praise...

Orders of the Day — Expiring Laws Continuance Bill. (17 Nov 1936)

...so wide an area, because what is chiefly important is that Members from both sides of the House should tell the Government how they feel on two points, the first the inclusion of the Special Areas Act in the Expiring Laws Continuance Bill, and the second the announcement made by the Chancellor of the Exchequer this afternoon. I am afraid that I, for one, am seriously disappointed with the...

Orders of the Day — Offices Regulation Bill. (4 Dec 1936)

Mr Charles Ammon: ..., no doubt they were more or less influenced by the expectation that the Home Office was going to make a statement which would, at any rate, render it unnecessary again to discuss this matter. The fact that we have now to bring the Bill before the House is an indication that, in a large measure, the proposals and suggestions made by the Under-Secretary on the last occasion do not by any...


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