Canlyniadau 1241–1250 o 1250 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Moss Turner-Samuels

Orders of the Day — Lunacy Laws. ( 3 Maw 1924)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I desire to raise a matter that was mentioned at Question Time. It is of such great importance that had I been able to move the Adjournment for 8.15 I should certainly have done so, because in my opinion and in that of experts of high authority, there is a condition in this country due to the maladministration of the lunacy laws which is creating a very definite and scandalous menace to...

Orders of the Day — Lunacy Laws. ( 3 Maw 1924)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I am not prepared to disclose the name. [HON. MEMBERS: "Oh!"] It is no use saying "Oh!" I am prepared to disclose to the Noble Lord the letter which I hold in my hand, and which he can verify, but I am not prepared to give any name for the purpose of its being published in the Press.

Orders of the Day — Lunacy Laws. ( 3 Maw 1924)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I have made no personal reflection whatever. The whole thing is obstruction by two or three Members.

Orders of the Day — Lunacy Laws. ( 3 Maw 1924)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I am here for the purpose of animadverting upon the cruel administration of the Lunacy Laws. Surely, I cannot be expected to throw bouquets at the asylums I am attacking. I am quoting instances which are of far less importance than the facts revealed in the recent case of Harnett and Bond. I am endeavouring to substantiate the fact that the case is not an isolated one but has been and can be...

Orders of the Day — Lunacy Laws. ( 3 Maw 1924)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: I am within the ruling of Mr. Speaker. This afternoon I have been in communication with an authoritative person, whose word I am prepared to accept, who recited various cases to me as to the way in which the Lunacy Laws are maladministered, and I am not prepared to enter into a passage-at-arms with the Noble Lord in connection with the few words which I have got to say.

Orders of the Day — Lunacy Laws. ( 3 Maw 1924)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: There is no doubt something must be done in connection with the facts revealed in the Harnett case. May I read the following passage from the "Law Times" of 1st March: The disclosures in the case of Harnett v. Bond, which was tried before Mr. Justice Lush and a special jury, will come as a shock to most persons. That at the present day, a sane person, fit to be at large and not dangerous to...

Orders of the Day — Lunacy Laws. ( 3 Maw 1924)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: Will not the Committee of Inquiry be set up in any case?

Orders of the Day — Rent Restrictions Bill. (22 Chw 1924)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: Could I assist the observations that the hon. Member is making as to the way the law applies? There has, as a matter of fact, been a County Court Judge's decision on the lines that the hon. Member is putting forward, and I do not think there can be any doubt upon the subject.

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Public Utility Schemes (20 Chw 1924)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: 64. asked the Minister of Labour if he will set up a National Employment Committee to investigate and to recommend to the Government employment schemes of public utility on a scale commensurate with the present problem of unemployment?

Government Policy. (14 Chw 1924)

Mr Moss Turner-Samuels: This is my first attempt to address this House, and I ask for the indulgence which T observe is always given in similar circumstances. I am rather sorry that this is my maiden speech, because I feel under this difficulty, that there could be a good deal of caustic criticism upon what has fallen from hon. Gentlemen opposite, but one naturally feels some timidity in making any attack upon hon....


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