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Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: National Assistance [Money] (2 Dec 1947)

Resolution reported: That, for the purposes of any Act of the present Session to terminate the existing poor law and to provide in lieu thereof for the assistance of persons in need by the National Assistance Board and by local authorities, and to provide for other purposes (hereinafter referred to as "the new Act"), it is expedient to authorise:—A. The payment out of moneys provided by...

Orders of the Day — National Assistance [Money] (25 Nov 1947)

Question again proposed, That, for the purposes of any Act of the present Session to terminate the existing poor lave and to provide in lieu thereof for the assistance of persons in need by the National Assistance Board and by local authorities, and to provide for other purposes (hereinafter referred to as "the new Act "), it is expedient to authorise:—A. The payment out of moneys provided...

Orders of the Day — National Assistance [Money] (24 Nov 1947)

Motion made, and Question proposed, That, for the purposes of any Act of the present Session to terminate the existing poor law and to provide in lieu thereof for the assistance of persons in need by the National Assistance Board and by local authorities, and to provide for other purposes (hereinafter referred to as 'the new Act'), it is expedient to authorise:—A. The payment out of moneys...

Orders of the Day — New Clause. — (Relief for pensioners in respect of increase in tobacco duty.) (9 Jul 1947)

Mr Marcus Lipton: I beg to move, as an Amendment to the proposed Clause, in line 42, after"1936,"to insert: including persons excepted under paragraph (e)of subsection (1) of section twelve of that Act. I think that in this I will have the support of many other hon. Members who represent London constituencies. The effect of this Amendment will be to add to the 3¼ million and the 10,000 a week who will become...

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health: Health Centres (Land Acquisition) (26 Jun 1947)

Mr Aneurin Bevan: There are ample powers it Section 58 of the National Health Service Act, but I am advised that these cannot be exercised yet. Provincial authorities can proceed under the Public Health Act, 1936. The powers conferred by the corresponding London Act are narrower, but I fear that I cannot promise legislation to increase them.

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health: Medical Certificates (5 Jun 1947)

...is the answer:According to my present information, medical certificates may have to be produced by patients (or their personal representatives) to Government Departments under the following enactments or for the following purposes. This list is not necessarily exhaustive. 1. Under the Births and Deaths Registration Acts,. 1836–1926, e.g. to certify cause of death to the Registrar.2. To...

Orders of the Day — Fire Services Bill (27 Mar 1947)

Colonel Sir Alan Gomme-Duncan: ...on the subject. Apart from this, I cannot help feeling that here we are up against bureaucracy in excelsis. The local authorities have been told by the Minister that they will have their fire services given back to them. Really, that is hardly the truth. The local authorities will be directed, ordered about, checked, counter-checked from the central Government in every single operation...

Clause 33. — (Arrangements for general medical services.) (23 Jul 1946)

Mr Richard Ewart: They will be denied the physiotherapists in the areas, and will not get the benefit of physiotherapists in the health service. I am informed that they have to go on paying outside the Bill and outside their normal contributions, unless the Minister can extend the service. He should do something very quickly to extend the training, so as to allow the vast number of people coming out of the...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Bill (2 May 1946)

Mr Arthur Greenwood: I am prepared to follow that point, but I doubt whether the hon. and learned Gentleman is right in his statement of fact. I am certain that such powers as do exist are not adequate to deal with the problem. My hon. Friend the Member for Ipswich (Mr. Stokes) raised the question of Catholic hospitals. Where a hospital, transferred under the Bill, has any particular denominational background...

Orders of the Day — National Insurance Bill (11 Feb 1946)

Major Sir Basil Neven-Spence: ...intervening now is that I want to elaborate them a little, and also because the Parliamentary Secretary in his reply the other day did not deal with either of them. The first point is this. If the National Health Insurance scheme is successful— and I am sure everybody hopes it will be—one of the effects of the benefits it is proposed to introduce will be that as time goes on, there...

Orders of the Day — National Insurance [Money] (11 Feb 1946)

B. To authorise the repayment to the National Insurance Fund out of moneys provided by Parliament of such sums as may be required in accordance with the provisions of the new Act for the payment of unemployment benefit to insured persons for days of unemployment occurring within a period of five years beginning with a day appointed under that Act, being days for which they are not entitled to...

Orders of the Day — Building Materials and Housing [Money] (3 Dec 1945)

Resolution reported: That for the purposes of any Act of the present Session to make financial provision for the purpose of facilitating the production equipment, repair, alteration and acquisition of houses and other buildings, and to make provision for limiting the price for which certain houses may be sold and the rent at which certain houses may be let, it is expedient— (1) to authorise...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Social Insurance Bill: Clause 1. — (Appointment and functions of Minister of Social Insurance.) (14 Nov 1944)

Sir William Jowitt: ...supplementary pensions and workmen's compensation. If the Amendment were accepted, we should get a complete division of authority, and this would result. The new Minister would be responsible for health insurance payments in England and Wales, for unemployment insurance payments throughout Great Britain, contributory pensions in England and Wales, assistance other than by way of...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Social Insurance Bill: Clause 6. — (Transfer of functions by Orders in Council.) (14 Nov 1944)

Mr Herbert Williams: ...3, line 7, leave out from "1941," to end of paragraph. The words proposed to be left out are: other than powers or duties conferred or imposed under Sections thirty-five to forty- three of the National Health Insurance Act, 1936 (which relates to the administration of medical benefit) This Amendment is of importance. I am not certain whether it is a desirable Amendment or not, but it...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Social Services (Cost) (25 Jul 1944)

The latest available figures of the cost of public social services are those contained in the statement furnished in reply to a Question by the hon. Member for Thirsk and Malton (Mr. Turton) on 16th December, 1943. This statement gave the total expenditure in the financial year 1941 as £520,859,000. As my predecessor explained to my hon. Friend on 22nd June, 1943, figures for 1913 are not...

Orders of the Day — Education Bill (12 May 1944)

Mr R.A. Butler: May I say that I am glad that the hon. Member for Aberavon (Mr. Cove) was able to conclude the Debate from the other side of the House? He took a most constructive part when the 1936 Act was passed and in 1944 he has again shown his constructive abilities and that faith which is so necessary to the implementation of educational legislation. I think there has been, on all sides of the House, a...

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health: Midwives' Salaries (Rushcliffe Committee's Report) (22 Jul 1943)

...concerned, additional expenditure incurred by local supervising authorities through the adoption of the Committee's recommendations will rank for the statutory grant available under the Midwives Act, 1936. As regards midwives engaged in institutional midwifery, the Government are prepared, pending the settlement of the post-war health services, to assist both local authorities and...

Orders of the Day — Approved Society (Conscientious Objector's Expulsion) (16 Jul 1943)

Mr Rhys Davies: ...to the Members of the House of Commons, but one which is, I can assure them, of considerable importance to a large number of people in this country. On 1st July this year I asked the Minister of Health the following Question: Whether he is aware that Mr. Arthur William Pettet, 26, Marlborough Road, South Chingford, London, E.4, has been expelled from the National Deposit Friendly Approved...

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health: National Health Insurance (Uncertificated Teachers) (11 Feb 1943)

Mr Ernest Brown: The uncertificated teachers to whom my hon. Friend refers are excluded from compulsory health and pensions insurance under paragraph (e) of Part II of the First Schedule to the National Health Insurance Act, 1936, as being employed in contributory service within the meaning of the Teachers' (Superannuation) Acts. As regards the second part of the Question, the position of persons in excepted...

Orders of the Day — Workmen's Compensation Bill (8 Dec 1942)

Mr Osbert Peake: ...read a Second time." This Bill is less ambitious in its scope than its volume would lead one to believe. It is in no sense a far-reaching measure of social reform, but it deals with a number of practical matters affecting workmen's compensation which have become urgent as a result of war conditions. While it is a matter for regret that it is not a more far-reaching Measure, it is not, I...


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