Canlyniadau 141–157 o 157 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton

Orders of the Day — Licensing Bill: Clause 15. — (Miscellaneous Amendments as to Grant of Licences, Proceedings and Fees.) ( 6 Meh 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: In Committee, I said that it was my instinct to leave matters as they were unless I could find out a good deal more than we knew at that time and get my mind cleared. Since then, I have done so, and I support the principle of the Amendment. In Committee, I declared that I was an interested party in that I am one of those magistrates who are debarred from being a licensing justice because of...

Orders of the Day — Licensing Bill: Clause 15. — (Miscellaneous Amendments as to Grant of Licences, Proceedings and Fees.) ( 6 Meh 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: In dealing with the availability of magistrates, would my hon. Friend say also that there will never be any difficulty in getting magistrates to serve unless they are prepared to undertake never to buy a brewery share, or a share in a catering business or in a unit trust?

Orders of the Day — Licensing Bill: Clause 5. — (Permitted Hours for Licensed Premises and Clubs Generally.) ( 5 Meh 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I want to follow the point made by the hon. Member for Cardiff, West (Mr. G. Thomas) that, if any half-hours are to be given away—I find no fault with that—this is the wrong end of the day to put them. There is one small, perhaps not totally unimportant, section of the community whose convenience has been too little studied in our proceedings so far. I refer to churchgoers. There is a...

Orders of the Day — Licensing Bill: Clause 5. — (Permitted Hours for Licensed Premises and Clubs Generally.) ( 5 Meh 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Until twelve o'clock, with drinking up time.

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (15 Chw 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I have listened with sincere enjoyment to the hon. Lady the Member for Cannock (Miss Lee) in her most moving advocacy of a social revolution that has already taken place. If I may say so without impertinence, other parts of her speech gave me personal pleasure, because it occurred to me that they were a little wide of the subject of our debate, and that if I, as a much more junior Member,...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (15 Chw 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I will go on, if I may, to make some humble suggestions. I hope that my right hon. Friend the Minister of Health will have success, in co-operation with the medical profession, in trying to persuade those busy and overworked men, mostly medical practitioners, who so often nowadays are prescribing for the dustbin. I do not criticise the devotion and hard work of the vast run of the medical...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (15 Chw 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I am very much obliged, Mr. Speaker—

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (15 Chw 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I would urge that not only in quality but in quantity, what might be called an "Operation Dustbin" might be undertaken for the good of all, and that busy and overworked practitioners might be encouraged to do that extra bit of mental arithmetic which can work out quickly at the bedside a little sum about two pills twice a day for three days and making it a dozen, or whatever it is. If that...

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (15 Chw 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: No, I was not.

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (15 Chw 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Hon. Gentlemen are.

Orders of the Day — National Health Service Contributions Bill (15 Chw 1961)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Is the hon. Gentleman suggesting that the Health Service should he dealt with in the same way as the education service, with £ 300 million raised out of the rates?

British Railways (26 Hyd 1960)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I am grateful to the hon. Member for Newcastle-upon-Tyne, West (Mr. Popplewell), who is not now in his place, for the interest he showed in the special problem of my constituency. I hope the House will not think it a waste of about five minutes for me to pursue that matter a little further. The sad problem of the railway workshop towns is referred to in the Report and is one which is very...

British Railways (26 Hyd 1960)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: That is the matter which is in dispute. Having walked round this great shop and seen the great development and the magnificent work done by the Commission and by the men, who have surprised themselves by the speed with which they have learned new skills in diesels, I cannot believe that it is anyone's serious intention to close this shop. If that is so, why should it not be said? It should,...

Orders of the Day — Bovine Tuberculosis (Compensation Payments) ( 1 Meh 1960)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: I hope that my hon. Friend the Parliamentary Secretary will take particular note of the disturbing reports which my hon. Friend the Member for Richmond, Yorks (Mr. Kitson) has given of the invasion of my town of Darlington, with its magnificent cattle market, by this rotten cow for which I cannot blame the constituent of my hon. Friend because it was an attested cow that had just passed a...

Orders of the Day — Primary Education ( 9 Mai 1960)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: Will not the hon. Member for Southampton, Itchen (Dr. King) agree that there were certain fits and starts before 1951?

Orders of the Day — Primary Education ( 9 Mai 1960)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: The hon. Gentleman condemned the Conservative Government for their policy of fits and starts. I ask him to agree that that was not peculiar to one form of Government.

Orders of the Day — Caravan Sites and Control of Development Bill (24 Maw 1960)

Mr Anthony Bourne-Arton: In craving the indulgence of the House, I realise the inadequacy with which I fill the place of my predecessor, Sir Fergus Graham, who first came into this House about thirty years ago and who was, I expect, as well loved here as he certainly was in Darlington. I should like to add to the chorus of praise for the Bill a word of thanks on behalf of those who, like myself, have for many years...


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