Canlyniadau 41–60 o 162 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Donald Kaberry

Orders of the Day — HOUSE OF COMMONS (REDISTRI BUTION OF SEATS) (No. 2) BILL ( 2 Gor 1969)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I am from Leeds, North-West, where I have 75,000 electors; in Leeds, South-East there are 28,000 electors. The Boundary Commission has recommended that Leeds, having been re-warded, should be divided into six equal constituencies We are now being denied it.

Orders of the Day — HOUSE OF COMMONS (REDISTRI BUTION OF SEATS) (No. 2) BILL ( 2 Gor 1969)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I am sure that the hon. Member must have studied very carefully paragraphs 374 and 376 of the Commission's Report, which clearly said that for many years to come local council boundaries will be the existing boundaries, and this applies to county borough boundaries. Why should not the Government act in accordance with that Commission's recommendation, certainly in respect of county boroughs...

Orders of the Day — Representation of the People ( 2 Gor 1969)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I associate myself with the remarks of my hon. Friend the Member for Wokingham (Mr. van Straubenzee) and those of the hon. Member for Newcastle-upon-Tyne, East (Mr. Rhodes), but I was a little surprised to hear the hon. Gentleman say that people are not aware that young people of 18 now are qualified to go on the electoral roll. I am sure that between now and the qualifying date the fact that...

Orders of the Day — Representation of the People ( 2 Gor 1969)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I was not trying to amend them, Mr. Speaker. I was trying to draw the Under-Secretary's attention to the fact that I am a little annoyed about this wording. I would like it to be made clearer. We must bear in mind the fact that it is possible for a person to walk from a constituency in the North to a constituency in the South and still be in the same county borough and yet be eight or nine...

Bill Presented: ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE BILL [Lords] ( 5 Chw 1969)

Mr Donald Kaberry: Hear, hear.

New Clause 2: Description of Candidate in Nomination Paper and on Ballot Paper (18 Rha 1968)

Mr Donald Kaberry: That was a silly decision of Mr. Speaker's Conference.

Clause 2: Service Declarations and Qualification (27 Tach 1968)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I believe that the discussion as to whether members of the British Council must go abroad when posted, whether members of the N.A.A.F.I. must go abroad when posted, and whether members of other organisations must do so is a very doubtful edgeline decision. I should have thought that in response to the appeal made by my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for St. Marylebone (Mr. Hogg),...

Clause 2: Service Declarations and Qualification (27 Tach 1968)

Mr Donald Kaberry: Is she a British subject?

Clause 2: Service Declarations and Qualification (27 Tach 1968)

Mr Donald Kaberry: Would the husband be a merchant seaman?

Clause 2: Service Declarations and Qualification (27 Tach 1968)

Mr Donald Kaberry: Could the hon. Member state at which hostel or club his friend, who is getting £450,000 a week, stays?

Clause 2: Service Declarations and Qualification (27 Tach 1968)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I hope that the Under-Secretary will make it abundantly clear that this is a question of registration and not of claiming the right to vote as an absentee voter, as it were, by postal vote.

Clause 6: Other Amendments as to Proxy and Postal Voting (27 Tach 1968)

Mr Donald Kaberry: Surely it is only illegal to hire transport to bring in electors.

Clause 6: Other Amendments as to Proxy and Postal Voting (27 Tach 1968)

Mr Donald Kaberry: The hon. Gentleman then raises the delightful question of who they will be with in the South of France or the West Indies. However, he has missed the essence of the Amendment, which is designed to make certain additions to Section 12(1) of the Representation of the People Act enabling people to claim a postal vote. If any of his friends is spending a holiday incognito in the South of France...

Clause 6: Other Amendments as to Proxy and Postal Voting (27 Tach 1968)

Mr Donald Kaberry: But would not the hon. Member agree that, to get a postal vote, the elector would have to make a declaration on a form, and would be liable to some penalties if he made an incorrect statement?

Clause 6: Other Amendments as to Proxy and Postal Voting (27 Tach 1968)

Mr Donald Kaberry: Is the hon. Gentleman suggesting that there should not be a mileage limitation and that anybody who is on holiday should be able to claim this vote?

Clause 6: Other Amendments as to Proxy and Postal Voting (27 Tach 1968)

Mr Donald Kaberry: With or without a mileage limitation?

Clause 6: Other Amendments as to Proxy and Postal Voting (27 Tach 1968)

Mr Donald Kaberry: Surely all these claims are made on forms which are subject either to the Perjury Act or to some other sanction? There would be some penalty if people made wrong claims.

Clause 6: Other Amendments as to Proxy and Postal Voting (27 Tach 1968)

Mr Donald Kaberry: The Under-Secretary of State and I represent different parts of Leeds, which has the largest proportion of Jewish inhabitants of any town in the country. Of course, the Amendment would not affect us because we are not likely to have our county borough elections on a Saturday and, in the wisdom of the national Government, we are not likely to have a General Election held on a Saturday. But...

Leeds — Bradford Airport (25 Gor 1967)

Mr Donald Kaberry: At half-past six in the morning, when the first international jet aircraft beginning to scream and stream into London Airport, I do not propose to occupy the time of the House very long talking about the development of the Leeds—Bradford Airport and developments in relation to the question of a national airports plan. I should first like to acknowledge the presence of the Minister who is to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education and Science: Royal Commission (18 Tach 1965)

Mr Donald Kaberry: asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science whether he will recommend the appointment of a Royal Commission to report upon all aspects of education in this country involving costs, supply of teachers, teacher training, ages of pupils, nursery schools, and the wage structure of the teaching profession.


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