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Public Conveniences (19 Apr 1994)

Mr Jon Owen Jones: ...would argue that these matters should be left to the discretion of individual councils, I say that the recent record of local authorities suggests that the priority that they give to this public service is very low indeed. Public conveniences have been, and are being, closed right across the country. Due to financial constraints, local authorities are cutting back drastically on this...

Women in the Community (17 Feb 1987)

Mr John Lee: ...we have, for September 1986, a total of 10·1 million women in employment. However, we hardly need statistics to show that women's well-being and their contribution to the social fabric of the nation and its economic wealth are of crucial importance. The hon. Member for Barking—I accept her deep and genuine commitment to women's rights—attacked this Government's record on matters...

Pig Slurry (Control) (28 Oct 1986)

Mrs Elizabeth Shields: ...developments in separate intensive industrial units, and last but not least, to provide safeguards for people and the countryside against pollution. Pigs comprise approximately 25 per cent. of the national farm livestock, and it is interesting to note that these pigs are housed in about 7·5 per cent. of livestock holdings. Furthermore, a large proportion of the pig industry is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons: Act (10 Jun 1985)

Mr Alf Morris: ...things as well as their cost. It was a rare parliamentary moment when unity of purpose, in an important cause, triumphed over every other consideration. In a television programme on the Bill's enactment and effect, the presenter said: It is difficult now for anyone to remember what life was like for disabled people before the passing of the Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act. Her...

Housing (Houses in Multiple Occupation) Bill (25 Feb 1983)

Mr Jock Stallard: ...of the other place who have given us support and are delighted that the Bill is being put forward this morning. They will give us all the assistance that they can. The Institution of Environmental Health Officers has also given the Bill its blessing. Those officers will, after all, be the people who will be largely concerned with its implementation, and it is they who know the size of the...

Orders of the Day — Water Bill (16 Nov 1982)

Mr Giles Shaw: The authority's fisheries policy is a measure not just of the sports aspect but of the wider importance of that activity. The authority also deals with water resources, land drainage, sewerage, sewage treatment, and so on—not just the provision of pure water to consumers. The regional water authorities are important regional institutions supplying a wide range of services, most of them to...

National House Condition Survey (31 Jul 1981)

Mr Peter Archer: ...repairs which were likely to cost more than £500 at 1976 prices. We discovered in which regions most of them were situated. Since then, many other houses have deteriorated. The Environmental Health Officers Association estimates that about 1 million households are living in unfit houses and that 1½ million are living in houses which lack basic amenities. We know that those dry...

Adjournment (Spring) (14 May 1980)

Mr Chris Price: ...debated before the House adjourns. I shall deal briefly with the first. The second is rather more substantial. We must have a debate on the Government's Green Paper which reviews the Public Order Act. A few weeks ago in Lewisham, we had a second National Front march. I have criticised the police in the past. However, on this day, when Stephen Hickling, a young constable in Lewisham, had...

Road Accidents (Payments for Treatment) (3 Mar 1980)

Mr Roland Moyle: ...Treatment) (England and Wales) Order 1980 (S.I., 1980, No. 111), dated 31st January 1980, a copy of which was laid before this House on 8th February, be annulled. The charges were first imposed in 1936 under the Road Traffic Act before the introduction of the National Health Service. Of course the idea of charges then conformed with thinking in the 1930s. They were a substantial way of...

Hostels and Lodging Houses (29 Nov 1979)

Mr Joseph Dean: ...for those involved. I shall draw attention to some of these conditions and their results. I shall list one or two cases that have occurred in the past 12 months. I shall not accept that the fact that there have been deaths by fire in three large cities in this type of establishment is the end of the story. Unless a start is made now—I know that it cannot be done overnight—to eradicate...

National Health Service Bill [Lords] (27 Jul 1977)

Mr Arthur Davidson: I beg to move, That the Bill be now read a Second time. I move the Second Reading extremely briefly. This is a purely consolidation Bill. It consolidates certain provisions relating the National Health Service—namely, the National Health Service Acts 1946 to 1976, the Public Health Laboratory Act 1936—[Interruption.]

Orders of the Day — NURSING HOMES BILL [Lords] (17 Jun 1975)

Mr Arthur Davidson: I beg to move, That the Bill be now read a Second time. The Bill consolidates the provisions of the Public Health Act 1936 and the Nursing Homes Act 1963, which relate to nursing homes, including maternity homes, certain provisions of the Mental Health Act 1959 relating to mental nursing homes, and the provisions of the National Health Service Reorganisation Act 1973 relating to nursing...

NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE REORGANISATION BILL [Lords]: Family Planning Service (12 Jun 1973)

Mr Geoffrey Finsberg: .... I want to speak about the London borough of Camden, because I was the leader of the Conservative Party on that council when we implemented, on 11th March 1968, the only free family planning service at that stage that was permitted under existing legislation. 11.45 p.m. From 11th March 1968 no charge was made to Camden residents for advice or medical examination but a charge, subject to...

Orders of the Day — Elderly Persons' Private Residential and Nursing Homes (19 Jun 1972)

Mr Edward Leadbitter: On 23rd May I had three Questions before the House concerning the conditions in private nursing and old people's homes. On 25th May I wrote to the Secretary of State for Social Services pointing out my disappointment at his replies. The Under-Secretary of State, who is to reply to this debate, was kind enough to write to me on 16th June in response to my letter, adding that he hoped tonight...

Poverty (5 Mar 1971)

Miss Joan Vickers: ...Commission. The modern Commission has been set up on the same basis. I am fortified in my remarks by an editorial article in the Crucible which says: The object of the Family Income Supplements Act is to increase the income of poorer families by supplementing it when it falls below a prescribed limit. It does not need much knowledge to realise that the historical parallel is with the...

Clause 3: Duties of Housing Authorities (20 Mar 1970)

Mr Harry Gourlay: I suggest that it might be for the convenience of the House if, with this Amendment we discuss Amendment No. 11, in page 3, line 21, after 'by', insert: 'any of the following enactments, that is to say—(a)'. Amendment No. 12, in page 3, line 22, after '1936', insert: (b) section 110 of the Burgh Police (Scotland) Act 1892, as amended by section 104(2)(b) of the Burgh Police (Scotland) Act...

Orders of the Day — Abortion Law (Reform) Bill (13 Feb 1970)

Dr John Dunwoody: I will try to be brief because I appreciate, Mr. Speaker, that many hon. Members still desire to speak. However, I wish to refer to a number of points that have been made. The Abortion Act is an important piece of social legislation and discussion of it arouses strong feelings among its opponents and supporters. At the outset I wish to tell the hon. Member for Rye (Mr. Bryant Godman Irvine)...

Orders of the Day — Armed Forces (Pensioners' Widows) (23 Jan 1970)

Mr Frank Judd: ...from which I should like to quote. One is from North End, Portsmouth, from somebody who writes: My husband served full time in the Navy and was discharged in September 1933, being recalled to service again in 1939, until demobilisation. He was taken ill and died in 1947. I have always thought it very unfair that a wife was not granted even a few shillings of the pension. Another letter,...

Orders of the Day — Local Authorities (Goods and Services) Bill (24 Nov 1969)

Mr Graham Page: ...should not feel itself bound by them, we ought to give them full weight and attention. Of special interest in connection with the Bill are the paragraphs discussing, first, the existing purchasing activities of large local authorities for themselves, and second, the existing purchasing activities of local authorities which have the power to purchase for and to distribute amongst other...

Orders of the Day — National Insurance (Further Provisions) Bill (16 Feb 1968)

Mr James Griffiths: ...the Economic Department of the University of Cambridge. They estimated that there were three quarters of a million aged people in this country living below the income provided at that time by the National Assistance Board and now provided by the much better scheme of supplementary benefits. It was as a result of that, I am glad to say, that the Ministry decided to conduct its own inquiry....


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