Canlyniadau 21–40 o 86 ar gyfer speaker:Sir Robert Aske

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Class V. ( 3 Maw 1936)

Sir Robert Aske: The right hon. Gentleman who opened this discussion referred to the wastage due to long unemployment and the consequent loss of technique, and with that we must all agree. I shall follow on the same line of thought, and bring to the notice of the Minister the very serious diminution in the numbers of insured persons in various most important industries. I find from the official figures of the...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Class V. ( 3 Maw 1936)

Sir Robert Aske: It is not a matter of local rates but of rateable value. Everyone of those applications has been turned down on the ground that the circumstances of the area did not warrant the grant. If the circumstances of the area with an unemployment percentage represented by the figures which I have given to the House do not warrant grants, it indicates either a want of sympathy or a lack of...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Depression. (23 Gor 1935)

Sir Robert Aske: I feel sure that every representative of a depressed area in this House must agree with what the last speaker said, that we are disappointed that we have not yet had from the Government some indication of their future policy with regard to these special areas. This is a terribly anxious matter for every representative of a depressed area. These special areas have amongst them 340,000...

Oral Answers to Questions — Cargo Ships (Steering Gear and Manning). (20 Meh 1935)

Sir Robert Aske: (by Private Notice) asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he can make any statement arising out of the findings of the Wreck Commissioner in the inquiry into the loss of the "Usworth"?

Unemployment Assistance Act, 1934. (17 Rha 1934)

Sir Robert Aske: I suppose there is a natural tendency on the part of everyone to consider these regulations from the standpoint of those whom they represent. I acknowledge that in a very large number of instances, these regulations will improve the lot of the unemployed in the area which I represent. That is in the main due to the fact of the children's allowances, the rent allowances, the provisions for...

Unemployment Assistance Act, 1934. (17 Rha 1934)

Sir Robert Aske: Certainly not, and neither are the sons and daughters nor the brothers or sisters living there free. If they are working, they are all making their contributions. Does the right hon. Gentleman suggest that those in the second category, the sons and daughters and brothers and sisters, who are working and earning money, are living there free? They are members of the household. I suggest that...

Depressed Areas. (14 Tach 1934)

Sir Robert Aske: Whatever criticism may be levelled against the proposals of the Government, either in general or in particular, credit must be accorded that the proposals recognise to a far greater extent than those of any previous Government that the depressed areas constitute a separate problem, and that the problem has to be attacked by special and distinct measures which are different from those applied...

Depressed Areas. (14 Tach 1934)

Sir Robert Aske: The statement which the hon. Lady has made has also received great prominence in the Press, and the facts are very well known. That statement, in my humble view, makes the matter infinitely worse, because the result has been that one firm—a great firm—receiving contracts from the Admiralty, has had the power and authority to allocate the work to be done under those contracts to one...

Depressed Areas. (14 Tach 1934)

Sir Robert Aske: I shall look forward with great delight to reading that statement. I have not yet had the opportunity of seeing the Press. If the intelligence is going to bring that music which consists in the ringing of the hammers again in our shipyards, I can only say that it will be received with great satisfaction. The real point I am making is that, in bringing these matters before the attention of the...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Bill.: Clause 7. — (Amendments as to third statutory condition.) ( 3 Mai 1934)

Sir Robert Aske: When Section 4 of the Act of 1930 was being framed, a very great deal of attention was given by a representative body, consisting of, I think, members of all parties in the House, to discussing the precise form of words for dealing with the matter which is now dealt with in Clause 7 of this Bill, and the provision referred to in the Amendment which is now before the House formed one of the...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Bill.: Clause 7. — (Amendments as to third statutory condition.) ( 3 Mai 1934)

Sir Robert Aske: Will the hon. and learned Gentleman say if it is not open to the tribunal in these circumstances to find against the men?

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Bill.: Clause 35. — (Application of Part II of Act.) (19 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Aske: What the Minister has said is certainly very comforting for many representatives of certain areas where this matter has been one of considerable difficulty, but I ask the Minister to consider between now and the Report stage whether it is not possible to put some words into the Bill in order to give effect to the assurance that he has given to the Committee. I say that for this reason: This...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Bill. (30 Tach 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: There are evidently many views with regard to this Bill. My own view is that the Bill contains many good points and some bad ones. It has good points from the point of view of the training of young people and in allowing them to obtain unemployment insurance at an earlier age; in giving the benefit to children of unemployed persons up to 16; in extending the period of standard benefit in many...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance (Expiring Enactments) Bill. (14 Meh 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: There is a feeling of disappointment that the Government have found it necessary to require a further postponement of the general Bill to deal with this question. The feeling is largely based upon the anomalies which exist at the present time in the administration under the Act. The scheme for transitional payment is a State scheme, and it should be the first essential of any such scheme that...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance (Expiring Enactments) Bill. (14 Meh 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: When I have protested and informed the public assistance committee of the assurances given by the Ministers, they have referred, in reply, to a circular issued by the Ministry of Labour, and it has been produced to me. I suggest to the Minister that, in considering any further alterations of this Measure, the position of pensioners ought certainly not to be worse in any case than it was...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance (Expiring Enactments) Bill. (14 Meh 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: I shall be very glad to try to get the circular, which was produced to me in Newcastle.

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance (Expiring Enactments) Bill. (14 Meh 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: I may say that my hon. Friend the Member for Central Newcastle (Mr. Denville) tells me that his experience is the same as my. own. I can only say, in reply to the Minister, that the answer to the requests which I have made from time to time that service pensioners should be put back into the same position in which they were before the amending Bill, is invariably a reference to a circular...

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance (Expiring Enactments) Bill. (14 Meh 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: I am very much obliged, and I will certainly endeavour to obtain a copy of the circular.

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance (Expiring Enactments) Bill. (14 Meh 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: From the comments which the Ministers have made, one hopes one may gather that there has been no intention at all that the position of the service pensioners should be worse at the present time than it was before the amending Act, and, if that is the case, I hope the Minister will issue a circular to the public assistance committees making it perfectly clear that the former position should be...

Orders of the Day — Rent and Mortgage Interest Restrictions (Amendment) Bill.: New Clause. — (Rectification of rent books.) (15 Mai 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: I beg to move, "That the Clause be read a Second time." The object of this Clause is to deal with rent-books which are inaccurate in showing a larger amount of rent in arrear than is in fact the case. There is no power at the present time for any court to order the rectification of a rent-book in such circumstances, and the matter is one of great importance, because in many parts of the...


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