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Oral Answers to Questions — India.: Women (Employment and Training). (7 Jul 1920)

Mr Thomas Macnamara: question of the Central Committee on Women's Training and Employment having superseded the Central Bureau for the Employment of Women, which is an employment agency which charges a registration fee to employers and clients. The Central Committee previously worked under the Local Government Board, and, when that Department ceased to exist, was taken over by the Ministry of Labour. I...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Advisory Committees (Labour Representatives' Expenses). (2 May 1923)

Mr Anderson Barlow: The members of the local employment committees receive no fees. The only payments made to them consist of (a) actual travelling expenses at third-class rates; (b) subsistence allowance at specified rates if they have to travel more than five miles or have to be away from home more than five hours; and (c) allowance for actual wages lost or other definite loss of remunerative time, subject to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments.: Ministry of Labour (Reductions). (11 Jul 1923)

Mr Anderson Barlow: The staff of the Ministry of Labour (exclusive of branch managers—who are paid by fees—and industrial staff) totalled 16,535 on the 1st January, 1923, and 15,104 on the 1st July, a reduction of 1,431. Between the same dates the number of ex-service men employed in the Department has been reduced by 1,277, representing rather more than 89 per cent. of the total reduction. The number of...

Roadside Petrol Pumps. (28 May 1924)

Lieut-Colonel Charles Howard-Bury: ...authorities to license at their discretion roadside pumps of a type approved by the central authority for the supply of motor spirit to vehicles. In giving evidence before that Committee, Sir John Anderson, the Permanent Secretary to the Home Office, said he had no objection whatever to such pumps, as far as public safety was concerned, if they were under some sort of control. The Chief...

Orders of the Day — Amendment of Law. (13 Apr 1927)

Mr Hugh Dalton: ...the right hon. Gentleman who paid such a high tribute to their services—de morituris nil nisi bonum; we also can quote Latin—will make an appeal on their behalf for a remission of the entrance fee which I understand is generally exacted from new entrants on behalf of the financiers who control the political fund of the Conservative party. I hope the Chancellor of the Exchequer is...

Orders of the Day — Adjournment (Christmas).: National Unemployed Workers' Movement (Arrests). (22 Dec 1932)

Mr George Buchanan: ...and counsel that is often popularly voiced. I am indebted to the man from Birmingham I spoke about for defending a constituent of mine—possibly the kindest thing a man has ever done without fee, without press, without anything. I have seen even poor solicitors working night and day for people from whom they have no hope of getting any reward. I appeal to them, for the sake of their...

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Charge of National Defence Contribution. (21 Jun 1937)

Colonel Harry Nathan: ...of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, and it relates to what he called director-controlled companies. I understood from him that, as regards that class of company, newly defined, the directors' fees are to be limited to a certain proportion of the profits and to a total aggregate sum in all. The argument that he advanced in support of this suggestion was that otherwise the National Defence...

Orders of the Day — Employers' Liability Bill. (11 Mar 1938)

Sir Alan Anderson: ...compensation, he will have to go into court and the cases will have to be argued. The man will be kept in doubt for a long time about what he is to get, and the costs will be burdened by lawyers' fees. I think that is entirely wrong, and I shall vote against it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Air-Raid Precautions. (30 Mar 1939)

Sir John Anderson: I am not quite clear what my hon. Friend has in mind. If he is referring to the fees paid to instructors, members of the brigade or society who are qualified as instructors should receive the same fee as any other instructor similarly qualified.

Orders of the Day — Civil Defence ("truth"). (15 Oct 1941)

Colonel Josiah Wedgwood: ...oneself into a position where one's life depends on blood transfusion from an expectant and an ambitions heir "— that is America— Even if America is willing to save the patient, what will her fee be? Home consumption is cut down to the bone. This is a decisive moment in a war, into which, if we had been influenced by their importunity, we should have plunged a year earlier when we were...

National Health Service (10 Jun 1943)

Dr William Thomas: ...has been to preserve the element of private practice and competition, which the Minister would not allow. The objections to the local authority arrangement were quite well set out by Dr. Anderson, Secretary of the British Medical Association, in a letter to "The Times" yesterday. He made it clear, for instance, that the joint local authority board would by no moans coincide with a hospital...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Scottish Universities (Fees) (9 May 1944)

Sir John Anderson: I am aware of the decision of the Scottish Universities to increase certain university fees. This is not a matter in which I have any jurisdiction or on which I should expect to be consulted in advance, but I may say that even at the higher levels the fees at the Scottish universities will, in general, be lower than those charged by universities in England. With regard to the last part of the...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: New Clause. — (Additional allowance for school tuition or university fees.) (15 Jun 1944)

Sir John Anderson: ...respect of educational expenditure, but if the educational expenditure covers board and lodging, the case becomes certainly very much weaker, and the problem of trying to separate or break up the fees of boarding schools into what is properly to be attributed to tuition and what represents board and lodging would be very difficult. The position of tax inspectors would practically be...

Orders of the Day — Local Authorities Loans Bill (24 Jan 1945)

Sir John Anderson: ..., for example, that, having regard to representations received, about the importance in the national interest of the policy involved in the particular case, the Public Works Loan Commissioners will feel that they ought to give an applicant authority the benefit of any doubt about the security of a loan; and, in the event of any consequential loss to the Fund, I should think this House...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: New Clause. — (Reduction of entertainment duty on stage plays, etc., to 1939 rates.) (16 Jun 1947)

Mr Edward Smith: ..., the making and painting of scenery, furnishings and hangings, required for every production, however simple, have all mounted. One thing which has not risen proportionately is the rate of the fees paid to the dramatist, and this has some bearing on the problem, because it is the dramatist who makes the money. It is not the actors or the actresses whom people come to see, nor is it the...

Orders of the Day — Supply: Scotland (Education) (22 Jul 1947)

Mr Alexander Anderson: ...not qualify. I have often wondered what became of these people. Now my hon. Friend the Member for North Lanark (Miss Herbison) tells us that some, whose parents had the money, bought their way into fee paying schools. From internal evidence, both of grammar and of content, I had always suspected that an undue proportion of these became journalists and that one or two, even less gifted,...

Orders of the Day — Betting Duty (Dog Totes and Football Pools) (12 Nov 1947)

Mr Percy Daines: ...that such a cut would be bound to create. I want to call his attention, and that of his party, to the speech made by the right hon. Gentleman the Member for the Scottish Universities (Sir J. Anderson) on the occasion of the last Budget, when he openly declared that the Government were premature in bringing forward their schemes of social insurance and family allowances, and for old age...

Orders of the Day — Representation of the People Bill (16 Feb 1948)

Sir John Anderson: ...1944. That, of course, is not the case. Under that Bill the franchise was extended to include graduates of all classes and certain restrictive provisions in regard to the payment of registration fees were swept away. This is what Mr. Pethick Lawrence said in that connection: We sought to reach an agreed conclusion, which was neither, on the one hand, complete satisfaction of the claim...

Orders of the Day — Iron and Steel Bill (15 Nov 1948)

Mr Oliver Lyttelton: own and hold all the shares of the principal steel concerns, and at the same time keeps alive, at least until they can be got round to, each and all of the steel companies and the boards, the fees, the articles of association and the subsidiaries. The Bill keeps them all alive. The purpose of this creaking piece of machinery is to enable the Prime Minister to say to awkward Left Wing...

Ballot for Notices of Motion: Ministers and Public Servants (Official Conduct) (3 Feb 1949)

Sir John Anderson: ...a worse case, of a man who held himself out as able to secure facilities for the relatives of unfortunate people who were interned in the Isle of Man, to visit those people; he charged large fees for putting through to the Home Office perfectly simple applications, and for rendering no service whatever. The mischief of that sort of proceeding is not merely that there is exploitation, but...

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