Canlyniadau 81–100 o 1039 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Malcolm Macdonald

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

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I do not think that I can do that, but if any hon. Member wishes to have information, I will endeavour to give him such information myself.

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

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: The reply to the first part of the Question is in the negative. As regards the second part the amounts of pensions are calculated in accordance with the rules set out in the Supplementary Pensions (Determination of Need and Assessment of Need) Regulations, 1940. It is not possible without knowing all the facts to say how a supplementary pension has been calculated in a particular case, but if...

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

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: In regard to the figure of the supplementary pensions, I have already undertaken to let the hon. Member have information of the average figure as soon as I can, and I expect that will be in the near future. I think that the hon. Member will find that the average figure is very much higher than the sort of figures he has quoted this afternoon. In regard to the principle of the household means...

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

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I am certainly willing to look into that sort of question. Naturally, I am dependent upon hon. Members to let me have information they may have which would justify an investigation and help me in the problem. Beyond that, I cannot go.

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

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I am having inquiry made and will communicate with the hon. Member.

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

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I will look into the matter as soon as I have obtained information from the Board.

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

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I am having inquiry made and will communicate with the hon. Member.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Identity Cards. (11 Gor 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: The substance of the hon. Member's suggestion is already generally secured by the requirement that the holder's age should be entered on the identity card in the case of children under 16, and by the existing indications of sex afforded by the names upon the cards. To carry the suggestion any further would entail the re-issue or special examination and marking, of some 45,000,000 cards.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Identity Cards. (11 Gor 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: As the answer is rather long, I will circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Evacuation. ( 4 Gor 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I would refer the hon. Member to the reply which I gave to my hon. Friend the Member for Islington, East (Miss Cazalet) on 20th June, to which I hive nothing to add.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Evacuation. ( 4 Gor 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: In effect, it was that in cases of military necessity we should not hesitate to introduce the compulsory evacuation of women and children, but in the absence of such necessity we would continue to rely upon voluntary evacuation.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Evacuation. ( 4 Gor 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: The information asked for in the first part of the Question is not available; about 1,500 children under five have left evacuation areas since 1st June under the Government scheme.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Evacuation. ( 4 Gor 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: Yes, Sir. Detailed plans have been prepared, as they were before the operation of the evacuation scheme last September, for the evacuation of expectant mothers, and for their accommodation in reception areas. Arrange- merits are in force in all evacuation areas, under which any expectant mothers who wish to do so may register for evacuation under the Government scheme. A number of women in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Nurses. (20 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: The appeal to which my hon. Friend refers was for women prepared to register for whole-time service in any casualty hospital to which they might be sent—that is, for mobile whole-time nurses. Applications from such women are being rapidly dealt with, and the accepted applicants posted to hospitals where their services are required. Women prepared to serve only in their own localities...

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Nurses. (20 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: That is exactly the machinery which we are now setting up.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Nurses. (20 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: We are doing it as rapidly as possible.

Oral Answers to Questions — Evacuation. (13 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: Save in a very few cases where parents have urged that their children should not be moved, there are no evacuated London children of school age left in areas from which the local children are being evacuated under Government schemes.

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1940. (13 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I understand that this Debate has been arranged to-day because hon. Members wish to discuss certain aspects of the problems of evacuation and the emergency hospitals scheme. No doubt it will help the Committee if I make a statement on both those questions straight away. The first question, on which I understand hon. Members wish most discussion, is that of evacuation. This is a somewhat...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1940. (13 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I will not enter into fine mathematical calculations, but I think the Committee will appreciate the point that there is greater danger to civilians in an area which is being bombed if they are living under congested conditions than if they are scattered much more widely over the ground. Therefore, it is quite obvious that if people are to be taken from congested areas which are likely to be...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1940. (13 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: If I may say so, I think that is a cogent point, but to me this first argument which I have just put is not the most decisive one, and I would like, in pursuing my case, to make this second argument, which to me is an absolutely decisive one. There is a considerable difference between the evacuation about which I have spoken from places which might become the field of military operations and...


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