Canlyniadau 81–100 o 162 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Donald Kaberry

Scrap Metal Dealers Bill: Clause 4. — (Power for Court to Impose Additional Requirements on Con- Victed Dealers.) (24 Ebr 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: The reasonably short speech made by my hon. Friend in that intervention amply sums up many of the things that I should have sought to state. The Bill requires all dealers to be registered in the areas where they carry on their trade or business. It requires them strictly to record all the dealings in metals which pass through their hands. Its object also is to assist the police in their...

Scrap Metal Dealers Bill: Clause 4. — (Power for Court to Impose Additional Requirements on Con- Victed Dealers.) (24 Ebr 1964)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I have expressed no doubts as to the validity of the Bill. I think that it is a very good Bill, and that it is well drafted. It was one or two remarks from hon. Members opposite that indicated the other point of view.

Prayers: National Association of Registration Officers ( 4 Rha 1963)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I beg to present a Petition, Mr. Speaker, signed by the officers and members of the National Association of Registration Officers. The Preamble reads: To the Honourable the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Parliament Assembled, The Humble Petition of the National Association of Registration Officers sheweth"— and so on. The Petition deals with the...

Orders of the Day — Yorkshire Electricity Board (Tariffs) (14 Chw 1963)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I wish to turn the attention of the House away from the consideration of contracts between employers and employees towards a consideration of matters which exist between the Yorkshire Electricity Board and the Yorkshire Electricity Consultative Council. I do so because something like an electric shock was administered to all users of electricity in the area of the Yorkshire Electricity Board...

Orders of the Day — Yorkshire Electricity Board (Tariffs) (14 Chw 1963)

Mr Donald Kaberry: The direct question I want to ask my hon. Friend is a very simple one. If the consultative councils are to be the watchdogs of the area electricity boards, who is to be the watchdog of the watchdogs if they do not appear to be taking care of their charges? It is in this dilemma that I turn to the Minister and to the Parliamentary Secretary, because I suppose they stand in the nature of chief...

Orders of the Day — Yorkshire Electricity Board (Tariffs) (14 Chw 1963)

Mr Donald Kaberry: May I help my hon. Friend by referring again, because he does not seem to have grasped the point, to the very words of the Consultative Council about seeing that the increased charges are fairly shared among the different classes of consumer? That is the point that I am making.

Orders of the Day — LEEDS CORPORATION BILL (By Order) (21 Maw 1956)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I beg to move, That it be an Instruction to the Committee on the Bill to leave out Clause 269. Clause 269 deals with the question of concessionary fares. By virtue of an Act passed last year, the Public Service Vehicles (Travel Concessions) Act, power was granted to local authorities to retain the powers on concessions which they were in fact giving before 30th November, 1954. Having regard...

Orders of the Day — LEEDS CORPORATION BILL (By Order) (21 Maw 1956)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I agree. If I had been allowed to continue, I should have developed that point. There is a difference of principle with regard to the services of people serving upon local authorities. City councillors are elected in an honorary capacity. They know when they go to serve on the council that they have certain honorary and honourable tasks to perform. It is not felt that there is any hardship...

Orders of the Day — LEEDS CORPORATION BILL (By Order) (21 Maw 1956)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I wonder if the hon. Member would refer to the Clause which refers to the old-age pensioners?

Orders of the Day — LEEDS CORPORATION BILL (By Order) (21 Maw 1956)

Mr Donald Kaberry: And current popular opinion in the city, with which I am in very close touch.

Orders of the Day — LEEDS CORPORATION BILL (By Order) (21 Maw 1956)

Mr Donald Kaberry: indicated assent.

Orders of the Day — LEEDS CORPORATION BILL (By Order) (21 Maw 1956)

Mr Donald Kaberry: But does not that include males over sixty-five and females over sixty years of age?

Orders of the Day — LEEDS CORPORATION BILL (By Order) (21 Maw 1956)

Mr Donald Kaberry: Those concessions refer to school children and there is no definition of age. Presumably a child is a school child as long as he is going to school, whether he is 14 or 15. They get the concessions now, so the hon. Gentleman and I are not at issue.

Orders of the Day — LEEDS CORPORATION BILL (By Order) (21 Maw 1956)

Mr Donald Kaberry: There was no town's poll, if I may remind the hon. Member.

Orders of the Day — LEEDS CORPORATION BILL (By Order) (21 Maw 1956)

Mr Donald Kaberry: Was the hon. Gentleman offering to withdraw subsection (2, a)?

Orders of the Day — LEEDS CORPORATION BILL (By Order) (21 Maw 1956)

Mr Donald Kaberry: To be official suppliers, presumably, they have been nominated by the headmaster or the headmistress of the school.

Class Viii: Air Supplementary Estimate, 1955–56 (18 Gor 1955)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I think I can satisfy the hon. Member for Dunbartonshire, East (Mr. Bence) on the three points which he has raised. With regard to the motor car industry and the sum of £28,500; it was decided in 1950 by the then Ministers that the production of racing cars should be encouraged to enhance the value and prestige of British cars and British engineering. It was thought wise to encourage...

Class Viii: Air Supplementary Estimate, 1955–56 (18 Gor 1955)

Mr Donald Kaberry: That is included in the item which still leaves a profit on the Ministry of Supply Vote.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Monopolies (14 Meh 1955)

Mr Donald Kaberry: The hon. Member will appreciate that there is nothing which can usefully be added to what was said in the debate on the Address, and he will not expect any pronouncement in advance of the publication of the report under Section 15 of the Monopolies Act of 1948 which deals with certain restrictive practices.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Monopolies (14 Meh 1955)

Mr Donald Kaberry: I am sure that the hon. Member will recall the announcement that the report on certain restrictive practices will be published in the course of two or three weeks.


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