Canlyniadau 1–20 o 1054 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Edward Young

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Liverpool (Appointment). ( 6 Meh 1935)

Mr Edward Young: As regards the first part of the question I have nothing to add to the reply given to my hon. Friend the Member for Moss Side (Sir G. Hurst) on 9th May. I have received no information supporting the suggestion made in the latter part of the question.

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. ( 6 Meh 1935)

Mr Edward Young: I beg to move, "That the Bill be now read a Second time." This is a Bill of very great social importance to very wide classes in the country. As a Measure for the alleviation of the evil of unemployment, I am confident that its object will command the general as sent of all parties in the House, whatever criticism there may be of the structure or methods of the Measure. In a way, the Bill is...

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. ( 6 Meh 1935)

Mr Edward Young: No, that is a cash benefit. What are secured are medical benefit, additional treatment benefits and, of course, pension benefits. Pension and medical benefits are secured indefinitely from year to year.

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. ( 6 Meh 1935)

Mr Edward Young: In the free insurance period the cash benefits are secured. I am referring to the extension beyond the free insurance period. The point to which I was coming was that of persons who, under the Act of 1932, owing to unemployment, had to have their health insurance benefits discontinued. Are they to be left out? the number involved in round figures is about 200,000 persons. A certain number...

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. ( 6 Meh 1935)

Mr Edward Young: It applies to the whole country—an average. That may be the number who will fail to qualify under the 10 years system. These will not only be people who are going out because of un employment, but they will include people going out for different reasons, such as taking up uninsurable employment. But for the most part they will be young people with good prospects of coming back to insurance...

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. ( 6 Meh 1935)

Mr Edward Young: No, to 1934–35, so that for the current year it is retrospective to that extent. The re is another advantage to be derived. As the House knows, many approved societies make use of surpluses to pay up arrears, and so enable the unemployed to get their cash benefits. Now that we are excusing their arrears, these moneys will be released for additional benefits. It will mean some thing like...

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. ( 6 Meh 1935)

Mr Edward Young: Nine per cent. Of 200,000.

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. ( 6 Meh 1935)

Mr Edward Young: I did not deny that unemployment exists in these areas; what I was negativing was that a bigger pro portion of the persons who would not qualify would be found the re.

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. ( 6 Meh 1935)

Mr Edward Young: I am sorry to interrupt the hon. Member again, but I am very anxious that there should be no misunderstanding. It is not a record of 10 years' employment but a record of 10 years' insurance. Insurance goes on when employment ceases.

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. ( 6 Meh 1935)

Mr Edward Young: In regard to Clause 14, I am sure that the hon. Member appreciates that the regulations to be made deal with transitional matters, that is with persons who are out of health insurance but not pension benefits and that it is a Clause to apply to them the provisions of the Bill. It will not be possible to deal with any regulations affecting general matters under that Clause.

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance and Contributory Pensions Bill. ( 6 Meh 1935)

Mr Edward Young: I said that the total number concerned was 200,000, and the estimate was that a maximum 9 per cent. Of that 200,000 might fail to qualify. Of these it was supposed that at least half would re-enter employment soon, so reducing those who failed to qualify to about 5 per cent. Of the 200,000.

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health.: Milk Treatment. (30 Mai 1935)

Mr Edward Young: I am aware of the report referred to by my hon. and gallant Friend. Stassanisation is a continuous flow process for the heat treatment of milk, and I am advised that pasteurisation by the holding process efficiently operated gives a greater assurance of the complete destruction of pathogenic bacteria than continuous flow processes.

Orders of the Day — Housing Bill.: Clause 82. — (Amendments as to allowances in respect of demolitions, etc.) (29 Mai 1935)

Mr Edward Young: I appreciate to the full the motives that underlie the arguments which call this Clause particularly to the attention of the House. When any fresh provisions for compensation are included they deserve that careful scrutiny which is suggested by hon. Members opposite. In all these matters of compensation in slum clearance procedure there is an element of novelty which requires the careful...

Orders of the Day — Housing Bill.: Clause 82. — (Amendments as to allowances in respect of demolitions, etc.) (29 Mai 1935)

Mr Edward Young: I wonder if I might appeal to the House to come to a conclusion on this Amendment? A common understanding has been arrived at that we should complete this stage of the Bill by half-past six. We have already had an informative discussion on this issue, and there are several other interesting issues still to be discussed.

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health.: Blind Persons. (27 Mai 1935)

Mr Edward Young: I understand that my Advisory Committee on the Welfare of the Blind is at present considering the model clauses issued by my Department on this subject, and pending their report no changes in these clauses are contemplated. My Department has not made any general recommendation to local authorities for the revision of their present schemes, but the attention of individual authorities is drawn...

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health.: Blind Persons. (27 Mai 1935)

Mr Edward Young: Perhaps the hon. Gentleman will be good enough to give me notice of the question in order that I may give a satisfactory reply.

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health.: Blind Persons. (27 Mai 1935)

Mr Edward Young: I am aware that some workshops for the blind have a large stock of unsold goods on hand but as regards the relation between costs and selling prices I would refer the hon. Member to the recent report on Marketing by a sub-committee of my Advisory Committee on the Welfare of the Blind (page 50). I understand that some Government Departments are at present purchasing articles made by the blind...

Clause 1. — (Grants to local authorities in consequence of postponement of second appointed day.) (24 Mai 1935)

Mr Edward Young: I could not answer the right hon. Gentleman's question during the earlier stage of the proceedings because the arrangements had not been completed, but now I am glad to be able to give him a reply. We recognise that it is for good administration by local authorities that payment should be periodic, so that the arrangement will be, first of all, that there shall be a payment more in the nature...

Clause 1. — (Grants to local authorities in consequence of postponement of second appointed day.) (24 Mai 1935)

Mr Edward Young: Will the hon. Member finish the quotation?


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