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Part Iv: Water Sports and Activities (Safety) (25 Jan 1967)

Miss Alice Bacon: ...the points to which he was to refer. It has been of considerable help, particularly at this time in the morning. I fully appreciate the urgency with which the hon. Gentleman views the need for action on the various matters which he has mentioned. According to figures provided by the Royal Life Saving Society the total number of deaths from accidental drowning in 1965 was 622. These are the...

Orders of the Day — Local Government Bill: Clause 29. — (Transfer of Road Lighting Systems.) (7 Dec 1966)

Mr John Mendelson: ...sense, and my hon. Friend has given no adequate reply on that. The people in my area and the members of the Wortley Rural District Council are not greatly impressed by references to precedents in 1936 and whether another Administration failed to change that precedent in 1959. Here we have an administrative function being transferred from local authorities to the Ministry of Transport, and...

Orders of the Day — MR. William Binning (Disability Claim) (28 Apr 1966)

Mr David Ennals: ...to Mr. Binning. Mr. Binning, as the hon. Gentleman said, is totally blind, and has been for more than 20 years. I know that he has been doing, and is now doing, sterling work on behalf of the National Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, and I think that Mr. Binning will have felt proud of the sincerity with which the hon. Gentleman has put forward his plea this evening. Most medical...

Public Health (Notification of Births) Bill (18 Jun 1965)

Mr Ken Lomas: ...in future notification of births is made in the quickest possible way and the best possible manner for all concerned. The need for these amendments has been recognised for some time both by local health authorities and the Ministry of Health. I am most grateful, indeed honoured, to have the opportunity as a private Member of bringing forward this Bill and asking the House to give it a...

Orders of the Day — Nursing Homes Bill (5 Apr 1963)

Mr Alan Brown: ..., inspection of non-profit-making nursing homes. In that connection, perhaps my hon. Friend the Joint Parliamentary Secretary would care to make a statement. Clause 1(1,a) empowers the Minister of Health to make regulations as to the conduct of nursing homes which may, in particular, specify the facilities and services provided in such nursing homes as defined in Part VI of the Public...

Orders of the Day — Health Visitors and Social Workers Training Bill (24 Nov 1961)

Mr Laurie Pavitt: ...their doubts about the package deal and why these two Departments should be brought into one training Bill. This is because most of us who are interested in matters which are attached to the National Health Service or to the community service have looked at the National Health Service since its inception and feel that a number of the difficulties which have been encountered arise from its...

Nursing Homes (Elderly Persons) (17 May 1961)

Miss Edith Pitt: ...to registration and inspection by local authorities. I think that the confusion between the nursing home and the residential home may account for the statements attributed to the Medical Officer of Health for Bournemouth, to which the hon. Gentleman referred. He referred to two separate kinds of care, but they appear to have become mixed in the reporting, and I will return to that point in...

Orders of the Day — Medical Termination of Pregnancy Bill (10 Feb 1961)

Mr Kenneth Robinson: ...it all the more necessary that we should think about it clearly and dispassionately. I hope that the House will keep an open mind on the matter, because from some quarters there have been certain reactions to the publication of this Bill that I can only describe as hysterical. That being so, it is desirable that I should very carefully explain just what it seeks to do and also what it does...

Orders of the Day — Caravan Sites and Control of Development Bill (24 Mar 1960)

Sir Keith Joseph: .... Friend's view that local planning authorities, in considering applications for caravan sites, should consult the local authority concerned if there is any doubt whatever about the availability of services. I hope that this will be some comfort to my hon. Friend the Member for Darlington, who raised the point very clearly. My right hon. Friend will be giving his views to local authorities...

Orders of the Day — Gas [Money] (8 Mar 1960)

Sir David Price: ...introduced it so soon after our discussions last summer on similar legislation connected with the protection of the public. I, too, pay a warm tribute to the work of the panel set up by the Radioactive Substances Advisory Committee in June, 1956. Too often, we take the work of these Departmental committees for granted. The Report of the Committee is extremely good, because it is full of...

Orders of the Day — Noise Abatement Bill (4 Mar 1960)

Miss Alice Bacon: ...Perhaps the hon. Member for Hexham should include among the exemptions the gas and electricity boards, who have to use loudspeakers in case of emergency. The Clause exempts only the local authority services. Although the Leeds Act restricts the use of loudspeakers, it has not been necessary for proceedings to be taken. Everybody realises that noise is a serious problem in the modern...

Orders of the Day — Offices Bill (11 Dec 1959)

Mr Richard Marsh: ...House but denied the tools with which to produce good legislation. I would be so bold as to suggest that it is manifestly absurd to allow private Members to introduce Bills but to deny them the services of Parliamentary draftsmen to enable them to produce good bills. This is an issue which will no doubt be dealt with at some other time. It may be asked: why this particular Bill? I believe...

Sessional Orders: Debate on the Address (28 Oct 1958)

Mr Hector Hughes: The fact that for the first time in history the opening of Parliament has been televised may give the Gracious Speech a wider appeal and perhaps an appeal different from that which it has had before. Some people may think that the Monarch is engaging in party politics, especially now that we are so near a General Election. Sensible people, however, who know their history, are aware that the...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (5 Mar 1958)

Mr Robin Turton: I am coming to that. It is true that in Western Germany the contribution does not provide for all the benefits provided by our 3ยท9 per cent. In fact, the German worker himself has to pay more for his hospital treatment, which is provided by the Lander and the church. This means that in his local taxation he has to pay extra for hospital treatment and he also has to contribute to his...

Shops and Non-Industrial Establishments (Gowers Reports) (25 Jun 1957)

Mr Fred Mulley: ...which relates to their conditions. I speak for the Clerical and Administrative Workers' Union, which has 50,000 members working in offices of all sorts and sizes; excluding railways and public services, where the workers are catered for in separate unions. No doubt their point of view will be put, if time permits. I consider that in his opening remarks the Home Secretary was disappointing...

Orders of the Day — Housing Subsidies Bill (15 Feb 1956)

Mr George Lindgren: ...became very excited last night because we have a little overspill into the rural areas; they talked about the absorption of rural land and the disadvantage of putting industry into rural areas, attracting workers from the land. Nevertheless, under the Bill they are refusing to allow rural district councils to provide adequate housing for rural workers. Lack of adequate housing is the...

Orders of the Day — Clean Air Bill (4 Feb 1955)

Sir Gerald Nabarro: ...in 1843, and yet another committee in 1845. There was some very limited legislation in 1845, and again in 1868, in an attempt to restrict the fumes and smoke from railway engines. In the Public Health Act, 1875, there is a modest smoke abatement Section. In 1926 came the Public Health (Smoke Abatement) Act, which contained some rather indefinite powers, but nevertheless it was a step in...

Storm Damage, West London (Assistance) (22 Dec 1954)

Mr William Deedes: ...of Housing and Local Government sincere sympathy for those in this part of South Middlesex whose homes suffered damage to a greater or lesser extent by this freak storm. Whatever administrative action is or is not taken, it is inevitable that some families will not spend Christmas in the comfortable surroundings to which most of us are looking forward, and that is obviously a matter for...

Unemployment Benefit (Added Days) (23 Jul 1953)

Mr Aneurin Bevan: ...taken place which make it necessary for us to return to that subject and also to an allied one. The Committee will recall that on that occasion we were discussing the cessation of a Section in the National Insurance Act, 1946, the failure of the Government to continue it and the decision of the Government to add to the number of contractual days of unemployment benefit with the condition...

City of London (Rebuilding) (2 Apr 1953)

Mr Kenneth Robinson: ...approved the building of several offices for Government Departments. The first of the arguments was that these offices, when built, would release residential accommodation. As far as the Civil Service was concerned to a large extent that was true. Government Departments were occupying large blocks of flats all over London. But the licences which we are discussing today are, I understand,...


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