Canlyniadau 21–40 o 293 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Arthur Shepherd

Orders of the Day — Clause 1. — (Raising of compulsory school age and provision of maintenance allowances.) (20 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Has the hon. Member ever heard of school gardens?

Orders of the Day — Clause 1. — (Raising of compulsory school age and provision of maintenance allowances.) (20 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: The hon. Member said that raffia work was the only occupation. I say that there are many more occupations than raffia work.

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Carr Hall Farm, Latham, Lancashire. (17 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 71. asked the Minister of Agriculture the total number of lads that have passed through the Carr Hall Farm, Latham, Lancashire, since its inception; the number actually trained on the farm as farm workers and the number let out to farmers in the vicinity; whether any payment was received from the employers for the services rendered by these lads; any payment made to the lads by the employers;...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: County Committees. (17 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 73. asked the Minister of Agriculture whether it is his intention to withhold his sanction for the alteration of schemes of county agricultural committees when such alteration would have the effect of decreasing or preventing the increase of the present number of workers' representatives on those committees?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Rural Areas (Committee). (17 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 67. asked the Minister of Agriculture the number of members he has appointed to the committee on rural housing; and whether any of them are directly representative of agricultural labourers?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals. (13 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 83. asked the Minister of Health whether his attention has been drawn to recent acts of insubordination on the part of casuals as a means of protest against the length of time during which they are locked in cells without light; and whether he is considering taking action to put an end to this practice?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals. (13 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Where casual wards are locked, will the right hon. Gentleman use his influence to see that casuals have access to the day room until a reasonable hour for going to bed?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals. (13 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: In view of the fact that most casual ward cells are locked, could he not move by means of a circular to this effect?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Old Age Pensioners. (13 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 86. asked the Minister of Health whether his attention has been called to the resolution passed by the Darlington and other pensions committees to the effect that the amount of the old age pension which is withdrawn from a pensioner when an inmate of a Poor Law institution should be transferred and paid over to the Public Assistance Committee towards the cost of maintenance; and whether he...

Education (School Attendance) [Money]. (11 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: The argument which has just been used by the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Hillhead (Sir H. Horne) seems to be that when you raise a tax you ruin a country, and whenever you lower wages you always bring prosperity. That is a peculiar theory when you come to work it out. I want to deal with the statement that the country cannot afford the extra cost which is contained in these...

Education (School Attendance) [Money]. (11 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Without additional information which I have not at the moment I could not say how the amount is divided up, but the cost of maintenance grants at the moment is £900. In the first year there will be an apparent economy, and the amount will fall from g900 to £720, but in 1934 or 1935 the amount to be found out of the rates will rise to £4,680. I should not object to that if I thought it...

Education (School Attendance) [Money]. (11 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: I respectfully submit that it has very much to do with the Financial Memorandum; it is one of the effects which are going to be caused by its application.

Education (School Attendance) [Money]. (11 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: I, of course, bow to your Ruling, but I am quite unaware of the reasons which will not allow me to refer to that matter.

Education (School Attendance) [Money]. (11 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: I did not suggest not obeying your Ruling, but was only suggesting surprise at it.

Education (School Attendance) [Money]. (11 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: I did not intend in any sense to show disrespect to the Chair, but was merely expressing my surprise. I would beg hon. Members opposite to put aside their prejudices and consider what is our present condition. We have hundreds of thousands of children who are working and ought not to be working, and we have millions of workers who are idle and who ought to be working. The great thing that...

Education (School Attendance) [Money]. (11 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: The children whom we propose to keep at school are a perpetual source of cheap labour.

Education (School Attendance) [Money]. (11 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: It is surely infinitely more economic to pay money for educational purposes than for idleness, as at present.

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Wages Committees. ( 3 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 74. asked the Minister of Agriculture whether he is aware that of the 94 impartial members and 47 impartial chairmen of the agricultural wages committees, totalling 141 persons, there are only two representative working men; and whether in future appointments he will take steps to secure a proper proportion of workers amongst the impartial members?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Wages Committees. ( 3 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Is it the view of the Minister that a person who earns his living by manual labour cannot be impartial?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Discharged Workers, Yorkshire and Devon. ( 3 Tach 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 77. asked the Minister of Agriculture if he is aware that a Mr. F. Trott, of Carswell, Uplyme, Devon, who gave evidence at the request of an inspector of the Ministry, which resulted in £55 wages being recovered and a £5 fine being inflicted, has been discharged from his employment as a direct result of his attendance at Court; and if he will inquire into this case?


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