Canlyniadau 81–86 o 86 ar gyfer speaker:Sir Robert Aske

Orders of the Day — Widows', Orphans' and Old Age Contributory Pensions Bill.: Clause 1. — (Extension of right to widows' pensions.) (11 Tach 1929)

Sir Robert Aske: I have carefully read the Section to which the Minister refers, but surely it does not lie with her to ask the Committee to shoulder all the sins of the late Government. We want a better Act than the 1925 Act was. We want every widow who is included in this Bill to have a legal right to her pension and we do not want it to depend upon the mere opinion of a Minister. I put it to the...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Privy Seal Office. ( 4 Tach 1929)

Sir Robert Aske: I think it is a fair and sound criticism of the Lord Privy Seal's statement to say that whatever advantages there may be in them for some parts of the country, his proposals are very cold comfort for the great basic industries of the North of England, more particularly on the Clyde, the Tyne, the West Riding of Yorkshire and Lancashire where the Government must recognise that the real problem...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Privy Seal Office. ( 4 Tach 1929)

Sir Robert Aske: I am obliged for the kind intervention of the Lord Privy Seal. I would point out, however, that this is not a matter of slum clearance but of the actual shortage of housing accommodation, and it cannot be dealt with by any policy of destruction. What is necessary is construction. The houses must be built to cope with this question, before you proceed to destroy others. The trouble is that the...

Orders of the Day — Coast Protection Bill. (29 Hyd 1929)

Sir Robert Aske: Although this Bill in its main lines commends itself to all interests concerned, certain of its provisions, particularly as regards its machinery, are causing the greatest anxiety to conservancy commissioners and harbour authorities responsible for administering a great part of the inland navigation of the country, and in my submission those provisions require most careful reconsideration. In...

Orders of the Day — Coast Protection Bill. (29 Hyd 1929)

Sir Robert Aske: Will that apply to river docks?

Orders of the Day — Trade Facilities [Money]. (19 Chw 1924)

Sir Robert Aske: These proposals are of great importance, not merely for the reasons which have been given, that they are framed in order to create employment, but because, with the exception of the housing schemes, which, of course, affect the building trade, these are the only proposals in the policy of the Government as outlined in the statement of the Prime Minister which can in any way give employment to...


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