Canlyniadau 61–80 o 1039 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Malcolm Macdonald

Oral Answers to Questions — National War Effort.: Wanstead and Woodford Borough Council. (19 Med 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I am aware of the fact that emergency arrangements have been made by the council, but the appointment of committees, and the extent of the delegation of their powers by local authorities, are governed by statutory provisions and the arrangements made are not subject to my approval.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Air Raid Damage (Compensation). (17 Med 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: A leaflet of this kind is being issued to the local authorities concerned for distribution at emergency rest centres, town halls, etc. I am sending my hon. Friend a copy. I am also glad of the opportunity of thanking my right hon. Friend the Minister of Information, the B.B.C. and the Press for helping to make information on these matters widely known.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Air Raid Damage (Compensation). (17 Med 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: These leaflets will be made available in all such centres before arty emergency arises so that we anticipate anything that may befall in those localities.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Air Raid Damage (Compensation). (17 Med 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I am in touch with my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Scotland about the matter. I have no doubt that something on similar lines if not exactly the same leaflet, will be issued in the case of Scotland.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Raid Damage, Dwelling-Houses. ( 5 Med 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: Local authorities are responsible for carrying out repairs immediately necessary to avoid danger to health in the case both of houses on their own estates and houses of which the owners are unable or unwilling to take action. Responsibility for immediate assistance to persons rendered homeless rests with the public assistance authorities, who have made arrangements which include the provision...

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Raid Damage, Dwelling-Houses. ( 5 Med 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I think the normal method is that officials of a local authority visit the spot where there are damaged houses as soon as possible after the incident, make appropriate inquiries, and so find out very swiftly whether an owner is ready to do repairs or not. I have been to a good many of these places myself, and I am satisfied that generally this is working very satisfactorily indeed, but if...

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Raid Damage, Dwelling-Houses. ( 5 Med 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: The expenses of these repairs are charged on the owner of the property and regarded as a loan on which interest is not charged during the war and in regard to which no payment is required during the war. The whole matter comes up after the war.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Raid Damage, Dwelling-Houses. ( 5 Med 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: There is no limit to the expenses which local authorities can incur. The Government give assistance with regard to the raising of loans in order to carry out these repairs. With regard to the last Supplementary Question asked by the hon. Member for Plaistow (Mr. Thorne), where furniture has been destroyed, then the Assistance Board can make grants up to a certain figure for replacement in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Raid Damage, Dwelling-Houses. ( 5 Med 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: In these circumstances it is certainly the responsibility of the local authority that these people should be looked after in a similar way to people whose houses have been damaged or destroyed. Again, if hon. Members will let me know of cases where that is not being done, I will look into them at once.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Midwives (Respirators and Helmets). (22 Aws 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I am aware that steel helmets are not available in the open market and that special respirators are difficult to obtain. I have, however, arranged with my right hon. Friend the Minister of Home Security for the issue of helmets and civilian duty respirators for the use of midwives from Government sources, and a circular to local authorities on this matter will be sent out within the course of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Evacuated Children (Parents' Visits). (15 Aws 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: Special assistance may be granted from time to time to parents who are eligible for payments from the Assistance Board and who could not otherwise afford to visit their evacuated children, and public assistance authorities have been empowered to grant similar help to parents in receipt of relief. As regards the second part of the Question, I would refer the hon. Member to the reply given by...

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Evacuated Children (Parents' Visits). (15 Aws 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: If the hon. Member will study the first part of my answer, he will realise that such help can be given.

Oral Answers to Questions — >military Service.: Old Age Pensions. ( 8 Aws 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I would refer the hon. Members to the undertaking given by the late Chancellor of the Exchequer with regard to war savings. Pending the introduction of the legislation necessary to give effect to this undertaking, I regret that I am not in a position to make any further statement on the subject.

Oral Answers to Questions — >military Service.: Old Age Pensions. ( 8 Aws 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I think that matter will be made quite definite when the Bill is introduced, as I understand it will be to-day.

Oral Answers to Questions — >military Service.: Old Age Pensions. ( 8 Aws 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: The Bill will be introduced to-day, so that the position will be quite clear. I cannot add anything at present.

Oral Answers to Questions — >military Service.: Old Age Pensions. ( 8 Aws 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I am informed by the Board that, so far as they are aware, no such instruction has been issued.

Oral Answers to Questions — >military Service.: Old Age Pensions. ( 8 Aws 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I have made inquiries from the Board on this subject, and I have given the House the information I have received. If the hon. Member has information which is in conflict, I shall be very glad to receive it and go into the matter.

Oral Answers to Questions — >military Service.: Old Age Pensions. ( 8 Aws 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: What the investigation officers should do is laid down in the Regulations, and they have carried out their work in such a way that, so far as the Board is aware, no further instructions on this point have been necessary, but, if the hon. Member has any cases, I will gladly examine the question.

Oral Answers to Questions — >military Service.: Old Age Pensions. ( 8 Aws 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: Up to and including 2nd August, the latest date for which information is available, approximately 1,360,000 applications for supplementary pensions have been received. At that date approximately 920,000 supplementary pensions had been granted, whilst 340,000 applications had either been withdrawn or supplementary pensions had not been granted on grounds of ineligibility or because the...

Oral Answers to Questions — >military Service.: Old Age Pensions. ( 8 Aws 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I think they include the whole of the British Isles.


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