Canlyniadau 81–100 o 157 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton

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

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: The common cormorant or shag, which, as my hon. Friend and the House will recall, Lays eggs inside a paper bag.The reason you will see no doubt,It is, to keep the lightning out;But what these unobservant birdsHave never noticed is that herdsOf wandering bears may come with bunsAnd steal the bags to hold the crumbs. I hope that that sufficiently explains the ornithology to my hon. Friend.

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

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Not without notice. I have the feeling that it did not quite scan as I said it. I will rehearse it afterwards and try to assist my hon. Friend. No one who has not had to de-tar a shag can realise what appalling cruelty is caused to birds in general by this beastly menace. It is noticeable that even after the laborious business of being smeared with tar remover the unfortunate victim comes...

Clause 5. — (Privilege for Statements to Marriage Guidance Counsellors). ( 3 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I hope that the hon. Member for Pontypool (Mr. Abse) will be generous enough to accept from me an expression of my admiration of his conduct of the Bill. It would be generous of him to do so, because I have been an implacable opponent of that part of the Bill about which he feels so deeply—Clause 1. I know that other hon. Members on both sides of the House who opposed him on this would like...

Local Employment Bill ( 1 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: My hon. Friend told the hon. Member for Ashton-under-Lyne (Mr. Rhodes) that Clause 1 applies to second-hand machinery. Does Clause 2 apply to second-hand buildings?

Local Employment Bill ( 1 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: This is a well-meaning Bill. I hope that it will in the course of its passage be so altered that I shall be able to wish it well. I cannot at the moment, for in Clause 2 there is an inherent injustice which I regard as intolerable. My right hon. Friend the President of the Board of Trade and my hon. Friend the Parliamentary Secretary know full well the point to which I refer. I asked my hon....

Local Employment Bill ( 1 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Will not my hon. Friend agree that it is sensible and right for my right hon. Friend to think ahead? This is the simple principle on which not only Darlington but, before that, Seaton Delaval and other places were scheduled. There was some sensible thinking ahead.

Local Employment Bill ( 1 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: No.

Local Employment Bill ( 1 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Really—

Local Employment Bill ( 1 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I know that my hon. Friend means us well, but if she wishes to talk about my constituency, she should not misquote the facts. The facts are not as she has given them. I am grateful for her sympathy in our troubles with the closure of the workshops, but when she says that this was done without consultation, she is quite wrong. That is not true. I am the Member for Darlington, and I assert that.

Local Employment Bill ( 1 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Mr. Bourne-Arton rose—

Local Employment Bill ( 1 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I require all my time to try to represent the people who sent me here—the electors of Darlington. Of course I am interested in other areas, but that is my primary consideration, and I make no apology for it.

Local Employment Bill ( 1 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: The hon. and learned Gentleman talks about the North-East, but it is a travesty of the Report, which I hope he has read, as many of us have done, to suggest that the Report could do other than make the north-east of England nearer, in terms of transport, to other conurbations in the Kingdom than they are at the moment. This is its purpose. There may be parts of the country where people would...

Local Employment Bill ( 1 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: It is being added to.

Local Employment Bill ( 1 Mai 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Will my right hon. Friend allow me to apologise for having failed to explain the point that I was trying to make? It is that when a farsighted local authority takes over such factory buildings, it is wrong for there to be legislative undercutting, for Parliament to undercut the value of its assets. This was the simple point that I was making.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Tees-side ( 8 Ebr 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Is my right hon. Friend aware of the generous provision made during these bulge years by the British Transport Commission for apprentice training at Darlington? Could he use the Commission as his agent for the very excellent over-provision which it is undertaking?

Railways Board (Proposals) (27 Maw 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Is my right hon. Friend aware that Darlington, the birthplace of railways, will welcome this bold and sensible plan—[HON. MEMBERS: "Oh."] Yes, hold and sensible plan—for giving the country a transport system appropriate to the needs of the age in which we live?

School Building and Teacher Shortage (26 Maw 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I am following the hon. Member's argument with interest. Is he arguing that too few children stay in full-time education in the sixth forms of our grammar schools until they are 18 years of age? How are children under-privileged if they do not—those who could benefit—take advantage of the excellent facilities in our grammar schools?

Oral Answers to Questions — Science: National Chemical Laboratory (19 Maw 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: asked the Parliamentary Secretary for Science what plans he has for the removal of the National Chemical Laboratory from Teddington to a site where expansion will be possible.

Oral Answers to Questions — Science: National Chemical Laboratory (19 Maw 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I thank my hon. Friend for that Answer. Will he, when considering new sites, give special consideration to the advantages of moving this laboratory to the North-East, where it could not only operate more efficiently but where its presence would help to stimulate scientific research and technological development in the area?

Oral Answers to Questions — Science: Government Chemist (Laboratory) (19 Maw 1963)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: asked the Parliamentary Secretary for Science when the laboratory of the Government Chemist will move from the Strand to the South Bank; and why it is not being moved out of central London.


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