Canlyniadau 41–60 o 86 ar gyfer speaker:Sir Robert Aske

Orders of the Day — Rent and Mortgage Interest Restrictions (Amendment) Bill.: First Schedule. — (Possession or Ejectment without proof of Alternative Accommodation.) (15 Mai 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: I beg to move, in page 16, line 11, after the word "that," to insert the words: the overcrowding could have been abated by the removal of any lodger or sub-tenant (not being a parent or child of the tenant) whom it would, having regard to all the circumstances of the case, including the question whether other accommodation is available for him, have been reasonable to remove, and that. This...

Unemployment. (12 Ebr 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: I beg to second the Amendment. Like the Mover of the Amendment, I found it very difficult, even before the statements we heard from the Minister this afternoon, to appreciate why a Vote of Censure had been put down against the Government for their treatment of the depressed areas. For some time all the representatives of the depressed areas had been giving their closest attention to this...

Orders of the Day — Rent and Mortgage Interest Restrictions (Amendment) Bill.: First Schedule. — (Possession or ejectment without proof of alternative accommodation.) (11 Ebr 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: I beg to move, in page 13, line 11, to leave out from the word "the," to the end of the paragraph, and to insert instead thereof the words: overcrowding is due to any lodger or subtenant that the tenant has not taken such steps as he ought reasonably to have taken for the removal of such lodger or subtenant, and that suitable alternative accommodation is available for such lodger or...

Orders of the Day — Rent and Mortgage Interest Restrictions (Amendment) Bill.: First Schedule. — (Possession or ejectment without proof of alternative accommodation.) (11 Ebr 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: I can assure the right hon. Gentleman that this is a substantial matter and, unless safeguarding words are inserted, it will continue. I beg to ask leave to withdraw the Amendment.

Orders of the Day — Rent and Mortgage Interest Restrictions (Amendment) Bill.: New Clause. — (Rectification of rent book.) (11 Ebr 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: I beg to move, "That the Clause be read a Second time." The purpose of this Clause is to give to the court the power of rectifying a rent book. There is no such power at the present time. In many areas the rent book is the certificate of character for a tenant on applying for a house, and if a rent book is marked down as in arrear the tenant has no chance whatever of obtaining a new house...

Orders of the Day — Rent and Mortgage Interest Restrictions (Amendment) Bill.: New Clause. — (Rectification of rent book.) (11 Ebr 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: I am much obliged. In those circumstances I beg to ask leave to withdraw my Motion.

Orders of the Day — Rent and Mortgage Interest Restrictions (Amendment) Bill.: Clause 3. — (Amendments as to restriction on right to possession.) ( 6 Ebr 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: I beg to move, in page 4, line 31, after the word "tenant," to insert the words: at a rent similar to that being paid by the tenant. This Amendment is regarded as of great practical importance in those areas where there are a great many poor people, particularly unemployed people, and where there is a shortage of houses. This Clause, for the first time in legislation of this character, makes...

Orders of the Day — Local Government (General Exchequer Contributions) Bill. ( 7 Maw 1933)

Sir Robert Aske: I must associate myself with those hon. Members who have expressed a strong sense of disappointment that in this Bill no substantial extra assistance is being given to depressed areas. We have been led to believe that something of a substantial character would be done in this Bill. Last July representatives of depressed areas, Members from all parties in the House, met the Minister of Health...

Orders of the Day — Rent and Mortgage Interest Restrictions (Amendment) Bill. (12 Rha 1932)

Sir Robert Aske: I agree with hon. Members who have expressed the view that in its main aspects this Bill will prove a great advantage to the potential tenants of the Class "C" house, but in certain of its features I think it requires somewhat careful and anxious consideration in the interest of tenants of that class, particularly as affecting those areas where there is a great deal of unemployment, and, at...

Orders of the Day — Rent and Mortgage Interest Restrictions (Amendment) Bill. (12 Rha 1932)

Sir Robert Aske: I quite agree, but I would point out to the Minister that it says it must be reasonably suitable to the needs of the tenant as regards proximity Lo work. That is the only respect in which the needs of the tenant come into the question at all. Another point arising on this Clause concerns the certificate which is to be given by the housing authority, because the letting value of the houses...

Orders of the Day — Rent and Mortgage Interest Restrictions (Amendment) Bill. (12 Rha 1932)

Sir Robert Aske: May I, with reference to what the Minister has been good enough to say, point out that paragraph (ii) of Sub-section (3) of Clause 3 is purely an alternative Clause and that as long as the conditions of paragraph (i) are satisfied the court can order a tenant to be turned out. I submit that is perfectly plain, because there is the word "or" and not the word "and" at the end of paragraph (i)....

Unemployment. ( 4 Tach 1932)

Sir Robert Aske: I share the gratification that many hon. Members have expressed that this subject is being considered in this Debate in a way other than as a party question. Discussion must necessarily wander over a very wide field, on considerations such as the regulation of international trade, currency and credit, the provision of State schemes of work, the reduction of hours of labour, and assistance to...

Unemployment. ( 4 Tach 1932)

Sir Robert Aske: I do not want to be diverted from my point of view that it is essential that this House should understand the condition of the depressed areas of our country. I am certain that the House as a whole will sympathise with my point of view in this respect. It is different from that of those who represent agricultural areas. It is not that we do not sympathise with their difficulties, but we want...

Distressed Areas. (13 Gor 1932)

Sir Robert Aske: I wish to support the plea put forward by the hon. Member who has just spoken. There are few among the important questions which have occupied the attention of this House that are more serious in their effect on some areas of this country, and that can exceed in importance that which has just been introduced. The position with regard to these areas in which the basic trades of our country are...

Distressed Areas. (13 Gor 1932)

Sir Robert Aske: I was advocating it 30 years ago.

Orders of the Day — Import Duties Bill.: Clause 11. — (Provision as to shipbuilding yards.) (22 Chw 1932)

Sir Robert Aske: The hon. Member for Hallam (Mr. L. Smith) expressed the view that there is not greater unemployment in the shipping trade than there is in the iron and steel trade. The hon. Member is very wide of the mark. On the North-East coast the unemployment in the shipping trade is at the present time 75 per cent. more than in any trade in the country, and if the hon. Gentleman's proposals are carried...

Orders of the Day — Import Duties Bill.: Clause 11. — (Provision as to shipbuilding yards.) (22 Chw 1932)

Sir Robert Aske: But only if the material is to be used for the building of ships.

Orders of the Day — Import Duties Bill. (15 Chw 1932)

Sir Robert Aske: In the first place let me congratulate the hon. Member who has just spoken upon his most excellent speech. He has shown a keen appreciation of the matters of which he has spoken and a wide knowledge which will be of great value to the House in future Debates. I wish to deal more particularly with one or two matters which are of great importance to the shipping industry and to the docks and...

Orders of the Day — MERCHANT SHIPPING (SAFETY AND LOAD LINE CONVENTIONS) BILL [Lords]. ( 5 Chw 1932)

Sir Robert Aske: It is a somewhat interesting commentary upon our system of legislation that whereas the Canadian Parliament has adopted this great Convention by an Act of Parliament which only occupies four pages our own Government have found it necessary to have a Bill of 53 pages to carry out precisely the same effect. It is astonishing how many words are necessary to say so little. The point to which I...

Orders of the Day — MERCHANT SHIPPING (SAFETY AND LOAD LINE CONVENTIONS) BILL [Lords]. ( 5 Chw 1932)

Sir Robert Aske: But no foreign Power is seeking that right. These Conventions have been brought into force already in some of our Dominions and by some foreign countries, but they are discrimination not seeking anything of that kind. But surely it is qnite immaterial as to what foreign Powers may do. We do not wish to introduce a system of aggression with regard to foreign countries in shipping, or to have...


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