Canlyniadau 101–120 o 1039 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Malcolm Macdonald

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

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: Perhaps my hon. Friend was not here at the beginning of my speech when I dealt with that situation, which is quite different from the one I am now discussing. In a case of military necessity the Government would contemplate compulsory evacuation for a large proportion of the population, not simply children, but others as well. In that case it would not be necessary, save in a minority of...

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

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I think that it makes a great deal of difference. The position in the reception areas would be one thing if children went with the willing consent of their parents, and another thing if they went forcibly while their parents were being sent to prison. The Government must do everything they can, short of resort to compulsion, to make the issue perfectly clear to the parents in the evacuation...

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

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: Yes, that is certainly so. The case I have just given is a case in point. Many of the urban and rural areas in the eastern and south-eastern counties were reception areas up to two or three weeks ago, and now in some cases they have been made not merely neutral areas but evacuation areas; and we also keep an eye on the situation as it may change in any part of a reception area as well as in...

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

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: The terms of reference are entirely unlimited. They are concerned with the administration of the emergency hospital scheme itself, the relation of that administration to the administration of the regional commissioners, the supply of beds, the supply of equipment, the supply of nurses, the supply of doctors—every relevant question is within their terms of reference. There is no limit...

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Identity Cards. ( 6 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I am advised that, apart from its practical difficulties, this suggestion would not contribute to the easy identification of the possessor of a card, owing to the difficulty of anyone but an expert establishing finger prints.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Identity Cards. ( 6 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: We are considering methods of placing photographs on special cards with a view to making the identification of their possessors clearer than it is at present.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Identity Cards. ( 6 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: As stated in the answer of 28th May to a Question by my hon. Friend the Member for Enfield (Mr. Bull), such identity cards have been available for a considerable period for special purposes, and their use is being extended wherever special needs arise. It does not seem possible to impose this system upon the whole population; but the whole subject is now being examined with a view to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Identity Cards. ( 6 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I can only say that any announcement will be made as soon as possible.

Old Age and Widows' Pensions Act, 1940. ( 5 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I beg to move, That the Draft Supplementary Pensions (Determination of Need and Assessment of Needs) Regulations, 1940, made by the Minister of Health and the Secretary of State for Scotland, acting in conjunction, under Part II of the Old Age and Widows' Pensions Act, 1940, a copy of which was presented to this House on 28th May, be approved. In the presence of so many experts and veterans...

Old Age and Widows' Pensions Act, 1940. ( 5 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: When applying for the original old age pension, the applicant will still go to the existing authorities and have to pass the existing tests. When the applicant has received his pension, if he wishes to apply for a supplementary pension, he must go through a different procedure, with different authorities, and pass different tests. These Regulations with regard to supplementary pensions apply...

Old Age and Widows' Pensions Act, 1940. ( 5 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: They are printed in the Regulations which are before us, and they are to be obtained at the Vote Office. Perhaps I can help the hon. Member if I examine a little more closely these two Schedules. With regard to the first Schedule, let me take one or two typical examples. The very first paragraph of the Schedule deals with the case which will be one of the most important that the Board has to...

Old Age and Widows' Pensions Act, 1940. ( 5 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I was referring to an old age pensioner living alone. In the case to which the hon. Member refers the pensioner will be regarded as being a member of a household.

Old Age and Widows' Pensions Act, 1940. ( 5 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: If it is a border-line case it will naturally call for consideration by the appropriate authorities. Generally speaking, if he is clearly living alone, then, what I have already said applies to him, but if he is living in a household with a son or a daughter or both, then he will come under the provision that will apply to a pensioned member of a household. Again, if I may take a typical case...

Old Age and Widows' Pensions Act, 1940. ( 5 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I think that each one would have to be looked into on its merits but I understand that probably the majority of them would have to be counted in. I am giving a very general indication. The Government stand by the assurance my right hon. Friend gave, and I think, as I have indicated, that certainly the great majority at any rate of these cases would be covered by this provision. With regard to...

Old Age and Widows' Pensions Act, 1940. ( 5 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: To each of them as an individual. Each case will be treated separately, and the same rule applies to the earnings of each one. Then, with regard to the earnings of the pensioner's son or daughter or other members of the family, the same rules will apply under these Regulations as are applied under the Unemployment Assistance Regulations.

Old Age and Widows' Pensions Act, 1940. ( 5 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: It is the same as in the case of the Unemployment Assistance Regulations. There is no difference in what is regarded as a household under these Regulations and what is regarded as a household under the Unemployment Assistance Regulations, and in regard to the earnings of members of those households, other than the pensioner or his wife, the same provisions will apply.

Old Age and Widows' Pensions Act, 1940. ( 5 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I understand that a household is the same in the case of the administration of these Regulations as in the case of the administration of the Unemployment Assistance Regulations.

Old Age and Widows' Pensions Act, 1940. ( 5 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I think I used the phrase "son or daughter."

Old Age and Widows' Pensions Act, 1940. ( 5 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: A phrase may have slipped out of my lips which was not accurate. If I did say "others of the family," I should have said "others of the household," and in this case the household is the same as in the case of the Unemployment Assistance Regulations. I am grateful to the hon. Member for correcting me and getting that matter absolutely clear. With regard to the treatment of savings, and first...

Old Age and Widows' Pensions Act, 1940. ( 5 Meh 1940)

Mr Malcolm Macdonald: I shall deserve to be if I break the pledge given by my right hon. Friend, who said: The Board will now draw up new regulations suitable for the new persons coming within its care, should such regulations prove necessary, in order to bring its practice into conformity with the practice of good local authorities."—[Official Report, 20th February, 1940; col. 1206, Vol. 357.] That pledge...


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