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Debate on the Address. (26 Oct 1937)

Sir Archibald Sinclair: ...to the hon. and gallant Member for the Isle of Thanet (Captain Balfour) and the hon. Member for Huddersfield (Mr. Mabane) who moved and seconded the Address. In performing that duty they were acting not only on behalf of their constituents and their parties and on behalf of the Government which they support, but in some measure on behalf of the whole House. The Motion which they proposed...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (15 Jul 1937)

Mr Albert Alexander: I beg to move, in page 16, line 11, at the end, to insert: Provided that the total amount of National Defence Contribution to be charged under this Section on any society registered under the Industrial and Provident Societies Acts, 1893 to 1928, shall not exceed five per cent. of the nett sum on which the society is assessed for the purposes of Income Tax. I should like at the outset to say,...

Orders of the Day — Milk (Amendment) Bill. (12 Jul 1937)

Mr Thomas Williams: ...himself against the Minister of Pensions, it would not be out of place if I were to say now that in 1930, when my right hon. Friend occupied a Ministerial appointment, the problems confronting the nation were not the same as they were in 1934. In 1933–34, the increase in the output of liquid milk, as compared with the output in 1930, was no less than 8½ per cent., and as far as one can...

Orders of the Day — Supply. (6 Jul 1937)

...have been made especially by Members sitting on the other side of the Committee. As the hon. Member for North Lanarkshire (Mr. Anstruther-Gray) was speaking and putting the case on behalf of the ex-service men, my mind went to Durham County, where we have thousands of men who have been unemployed for a number of years, whose morale has been broken, and who are perhaps reaching an age...

Agriculture [Money]. (29 Jun 1937)

Mr Thomas Williams: This is one more instalment of the short and long-term agricultural policies of the National Government. I can readily agree with the right hon. Gentleman when he said that he has not reached the end of the journey yet. The Government asked for a doctor's mandate in 1931, and for six years they have been applying in the field of agriculture every known quack medicine. They have dealt with...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Board of Education. (14 Jun 1937)

Mr William Cove: There seems to be an increasing inclination not to criticise the Estimates brought before us, and that seems to have occurred this afternoon. The spirit of the Minister of Health seems to have cast its spell over the House. Hon. Members come here, and they are told the same story. Ministers paint a glorious picture of the progress that has been made in their Departments, and all the time the...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1937.: Ministry of Health. (8 Jun 1937)

Sir Kingsley Wood: It is again my good fortune to introduce the Estimates of the Ministry of Health. I should like to say, first, how much I regret the absence, and the cause of the absence, of the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Wakefield (Mr. Greenwood). I think he has been present at as many of these Debates as I have myself, and they certainly comprise a very large number. I shall certainly miss his...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. (7 Jun 1937)

Mr Thomas Williams: .... So rarely does the Noble Lord vote for anything for the labourers that we thank him for it. We know that the county agricultural wages committee functions without regard to the Ministry or the National Wages Board. I want the Minister to inquire when the National Wages Board met last and whether they have ever done anything apart from registering decisions on questions which have been...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (1 Jun 1937)

Mr Neville Chamberlain: ...compliment that he could pay to a Budget. When it is possible to raise, not £900,000,000 as the hon. Member who spoke last said, but £861,000,000 out of £863,000,000, by methods which can be characterised as "dull and mediocre" we can, at any rate, congratulate ourselves, if among all these things that have been rising and have been enumerated by the hon. Member for East Ham, South (Mr....

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: National Health Insurance. (3 May 1937)

Mr Robert Hudson: The position of a woman entitled to maternity benefit as regards the arrangements for attendance at her confinement is not materially affected by the provisions of the Midwives Act, 1936. The National Health Insurance Acts have always contemplated that such a woman should be attended either by a medical practitioner or a qualified midwife. Moreover, the Midwives Act expressly provides that...

Orders of the Day — Amendment of Law. (21 Apr 1937)

Captain William Benn: ..., and particularly in the last six, years. After all, as one gets older one has less interest in propaganda and more in diagnosis. We are all eager to know whether the prophecies that we made have actually turned out to be true. It is from that angle that I propose to say what I have to say concerning these proposals. The first change that I notice particularly is the abdication by this...

Orders of the Day — Special Areas (Amendment) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Continuation of 25 & 26 Geo. 5. c. 1.) (19 Apr 1937)

Mr. W. Joseph Stewart: I desire to intervene for a few moments in the Debate to deal with a Clause which continues the Special Areas (Development and Improvement) Act of 1934. I have always thought that the name given to that Act was a misnomer. Up till now, as one who resides in a Special Area, I have been unable to see any appreciable good that has accrued to us as a Special Area by the...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Voluntary Sterilisation. (13 Apr 1937)

Wing Commander Archibald James: I am referring to the report of 1st January, 1936. I do not wish to mislead hon. Members in any way. It should be remembered that the increase recently is partly due to the growth of population of the London County Council area, which should be taken into account in comparing it with less rapid increases previously. I am not arguing as to the increase that is taking place, but am stating the...

Unemployment Insurance Act, 1935. (3 Mar 1937)

Mr Henry White: ...more often than not to oppose and criticise proposals made by my right hon. Friend since he became Minister of Labour and also by his predecessor. It is, therefore, some small personal satisfaction on this occasion to find that there is something with which I can cordially agree, and I therefore have pleasure in saying so. The House may congratulate itself on the form in which the...

Orders of the Day — Local Government (Financial Provisions) Bill. (24 Feb 1937)

Sir Kingsley Wood: I beg to move, "That the Bill be now read a Second time." This is the first time we have been enabled to consider the case of grants made under the Local Government Act of 1929. Many hon. Members whom I see before me will recall the introduction of the Bill by my right hon. Friend the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and the discussions arising on it at the end of 1928. It was at first a Measure...

Unemployment Assistance Regulations. (17 Dec 1936)

Mr John McGovern: ...masses of the people of this country. Any hon. Member with an open mind, with sympathy and understanding, will agree that his attitude in supporting the Motion is a testimony to his Parliamentary activity in the House which will be endorsed in the country. I cannot agree with the optimism of the hon. Member for Clay Cross (Mr. Ridley), who hoped that hon. Members opposite would disregard a...

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...

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 — 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 — 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...


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