Canlyniadau 121–140 o 157 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: School Leavers (21 Mai 1962)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Is my hon. Friend aware that in Darlington private employers and British Railways foresaw this situation several years ago and took appropriate action by expanding training and apprenticeship facilities?

Orders of the Day — Education (17 Mai 1962)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I hope that the hon. Member for Wrexham (Mr. Idwal Jones) will forgive me if I do not follow him in the interesting argument which he has addressed to the Committee. I rise in response to the invitation from my hon. Friend the Parliamentary Secretary to the Committee to express views on the interesting proposals which my right hon. Friend is putting forward for temporary and auxiliary...

Orders of the Day — Education (17 Mai 1962)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I understood that there were two suggestions. One related to young ex-grammar school girls. I should have thought that, apart from others of, perhaps, more mature years, the obvious entrants this year and next year, unhappily, would be those with adequate qualifications for entry to a teacher training college were such places available. Although I can understand that the teaching profession...

Orders of the Day — Education (17 Mai 1962)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I do not know whether the hon. Member was present—

Orders of the Day — Education (17 Mai 1962)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Then he will no doubt have heard that I was taking up a point made, in a different form, by three previous speakers. I am glad to hear that he does not join issue with the argument I am advancing against the centralisation of the cost of education. I was saying that the need for pioneering is with us already. As the hon. Lady the Member for Cannock (Miss Lee) said, can any of us be content...

Orders of the Day — Education (17 Mai 1962)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Presumably my hon. Friend would not subscribe to the words used by the hon. Lady. He is not saying that there are some people who require no training of any kind. I thought that he was talking about people who could be of the greatest assistance with a short period of training.

Orders of the Day — Commonwealth Immigrants Bill: Second Schedule. — (Supplementary Provisions as to Deportation.) (27 Chw 1962)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: If my hon. Friend is talking about the people as opposed to the Government, I trust that he will not forget the citizens of Southern Ireland who fought with us in the war.

Orders of the Day — Disabled Persons (Motor Cars) (29 Ion 1962)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I will not trespass more than a moment on the time of the House to add a postscript to the eloquent plea of my hon. Friend the Member for Manchester, Blackley (Mr. E. Johnson) about the husband and wife who are both entitled to tricycles. My hon. Friend the Parliamentary Secretary may recall a constituency case of mine in which both the husband and the wife were disabled and each was...

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government: Land, Ormesby Bank (Development) (12 Rha 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Is my right hon. Friend aware that I was a member of the council and of the planning committee at the time in question, though I took not part in these proceedings? Is he further aware that while the present chairman of the county council was never chairman of the planning committee and is not a friend of mine, and indeed is a political opponent and has been my opponent in many local battles,...

Public Investment (28 Tach 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: The hon. Gentleman refers us to page 23 of the White Paper. He mentioned one line of the figures but not the next one. Would he agree that the next line shows increases in other services—from about £1 million to more than £5 million—which gives a total increase over the period for Scotland with a rise from £14 million to £17 million?

Public Investment (28 Tach 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Before the hon. Lady leaves the question of shops and offices, would she confirm—I think she was here when my hon. Friend the Member for Folkestone and Hythe (Mr. Costain), with his experience in building, gave the House the proportions of building nationally—that the figures he gave, and I have them here, show that housing represented about 24 per cent. of the national building effort,...

Orders of the Day — Methane (28 Tach 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: The hon. Member for Bishop Auckland (Mr. Boyden) is normally second to none in his championship of the interests of the North-East. Perhaps it was shortage of time which prevented him from referring to one matter closely affecting the commercial and employment position of the North-East with which this question is concerned. A great number of engineering and shipbuilding firms in the...

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address ( 3 Tach 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Much has happened since 1955 and the figures are now very different.

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address ( 3 Tach 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Returning to the subject of education, I start by welcoming, as I think we all do, the reference in the Gracious Speech to further developments and progress in the education service. My right hon. Friend the Minister has a difficult task. I think that the hon. Member for Sunderland, North (Mr. Willey) was right to say that the task was particularly difficult for a Conservative Minister. Much...

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address ( 3 Tach 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I said as a house surgeon, and I think that that is a reasonable generalisation. The conception, even if it could be applied in a totalitarian system of a government able to direct the labour and remuneration of all sections of the community, that a person's worth and the worth of his work is necessarily in direct proportion to his intellect is something which seems to me to be quite arrogant...

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address ( 3 Tach 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: If the hon. and learned Gentleman requires further enlightenment, he might get it from the National Union of Teachers, which published similar figures.

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address ( 3 Tach 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: The hon. Gentleman is on shaky ground.

Orders of the Day — Licensing Bill: Clause 17. — (Penalty for Unautho Rised Sales of Intoxicating Liquor.) (19 Meh 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Mr. A. Bourne-Arton (Darlington) rose—

Public Schools (Entry) (16 Meh 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I find it a little daunting to have the privilege of following the hon. Member for Southampton, Itchen (Dr. King) in what I hope I may say, without presumption, was a great speech. I would not wish to join issue with him on any of his major contentions. It seems to me that in moving this Motion the contention of my hon. Friend the Member for Lowestoft (Mr. Prior) rested on two things. First,...

Public Schools (Entry) (16 Meh 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: The point that I was making was that I felt that that would be inevitable. I deplored it, but I thought that it was the only acceptable method.


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