Canlyniadau 61–80 o 157 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Automation (18 Tach 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Helpful though that answer is, may I ask my right hon. Friend whether he is satisfied that the work of this unit has gone far enough or fast enough? Frankly, I am not.

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Education(Chief Medical Officer's Speech) (18 Tach 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: While sharing the general views expressed by my hon. Friend the Member for Wimbledon (Sir C. Black) on the harm that the unfortunate publicity given to these two sentences in a speech by this officer has created, I would not go as far as he has in his condemnation of the officer himself. I say this not only because I know him to be a sincere, high principled and worthy man, but also, like...

Economic Situation (14 Tach 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I apologise for not having been here at the beginning of the debate. I was prevented from being here by other Parliamentary duties, and so I apologise in advance in case anything I say has already been said. I am particularly sorry that I did not hear the speech of my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State, but I should like to say how greatly I welcome the appointment and the choice of...

Economic Situation (14 Tach 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: No. The change of employment from one craft and trade to another. All being well, the boy entering into apprenticeship now is likely to change to another craft at least once during his working life. All being well, that will be the pattern. This is where I would join issue with something said by the hon. Member for Blyth (Mr. Milne) who spoke about halting the closure of pits. To talk about...

Oral Answers to Questions — Central Scotland and North-East (Development) ( 1 Aws 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Will my right hon. Friend agree that the success of these measures in future will depend to some extent, as they have in the past depended, upon the determination and enterprise and sense of resolute purpose of local authorities? Is he aware that since April the County Borough of Darlington, with most splendid help from my right hon. Friends at the Board of Trade and the Ministry of Labour...

Oral Answers to Questions — North-East: North Eastern Association of the Arts (22 Gor 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Will my hon. Friend bear in mind that I am awaiting with interest and hope the reply to representations I have made in this matter? Can he say what the total support which the Arts Council gives in the region is and not only to our Association?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Weekend Cottages (Improvement Grants) (18 Gor 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Is my hon. Friend aware that ratepayers generally find that this is very good business because of the increase in rateable value? They make money on it.

Orders of the Day — Schedule 1. — (River Authorities.) (18 Gor 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I do not wish to oppose the Amendment. While I would not be in order in raking over the controversy which has raged in connection with another matter with which the Schedule is concerned, at Nos. 1 and 2, does my right hon. Friend consider that he has been entirely consistent? As I say, while I do not wish to go over the controversy again, I remind my right hon. Friend of the remarks made by...

Orders of the Day — Schedule 9. — (Orders Transferring Functions or Property of Other Authorities and Undertakings.) (18 Gor 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I was not privileged to be selected to serve on the Committee stage of this immensely important and imaginative Measure. Perhaps, therefore, on Third Reading it may be appropriate if I am permitted to voice my view, which is probably shared by many other hon. Members on both sides who were not on the Standing Committee but who yet not only took a deep interest in the passage of the Bill but...

Orders of the Day — Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Measure, 1963 ( 9 Gor 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: My hon. Friend wants a body to be representative of those who have been baptised, but no longer belong. Surely the Church Assembly must represent those who now belong.

Orders of the Day — Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Measure, 1963 ( 9 Gor 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I am grateful to my hon. and gallant Friend for giving way, because he was good enough to give way before. I am not a lawyer, still less a Lord of Appeal. But let me give my hon. and gallant Friend an analogy. I am a magistrate, like many other hon. Members. If my hon. and gallant Friend were to come to The Wapentake of Hallikeld, in the North Riding of the County of York, and commit some...

Orders of the Day — Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Measure, 1963 ( 9 Gor 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I will explain, if my hon. and gallant Friend wishes me to.

Oral Answers to Questions — North-East ( 4 Gor 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I appreciate my right hon. Friend's long-standing and intimate knowledge of the affairs of the North-East. Is he aware that there is some danger of events overtaking us unless there is the utmost urgency in proceeding in this matter? Has it been reported to him that only last week the English Electric Company announced that it was closing a locomotive factory in Darlington and thus throwing...

Orders of the Day — Peerage Bill (19 Meh 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I may be wrong, but I thought that these titles were real titles held by the father who holds the peerage and the courtesy consists in the son or grandson, being by convention and courtesy allowed to use one of his father's titles. Surely if he succeeds he suceeds to the earldom and barony, all the lot?

Orders of the Day — Peerage Bill (19 Meh 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Would not my right hon. and learned Friend agree that it is a mistake to assume that the heir to a peerage which is in abeyance, or which has been disclaimed, is necessarily of that peer's posterity or one of his descendants? He may be no such thing. Clearly, if he is a distant relative, the opportunity for blackmail would be considerable.

Clause 1. — (Power to Make Orders as to Remuneration.) (27 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Would not my hon. Friend agree that the great majority of citizens, if they had to choose between being defended or educated, would prefer to be defended?

Clause 1. — (Power to Make Orders as to Remuneration.) (27 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Would the hon. Gentleman say whether he thinks that that figure is in advance of the Burnham scale for a good honours graduate with, perhaps, four years' training who starts now?

Clause 1. — (Power to Make Orders as to Remuneration.) (27 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: All I was trying to say was that there was no difference.

Clause 1. — (Power to Make Orders as to Remuneration.) (27 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I am sure that the hon. Gentleman does not want to misquote me. What I suggested to my hon. Friend tie Member for Ilford, South (Mr. Cooper) was that most people in this country if they had to make the choice of being defended or being educated would make the voluntary choice of being defended.

Orders of the Day — Oil in Navigable Waters Bill (17 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: My hon. Friend the Member for Lewisham, West (Mr. H. A. Price) has been unduly modest in describing his Bill as a very minor Measure. I endorse what was said by my hon. Friend the Member for Wycombe (Mr. John Hall) about the pollution of our beaches. This is something of which probably every Member of the House has personal experience. The degree of the menace to amenity can be judged very...


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