Canlyniadau 41–60 o 293 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Arthur Shepherd

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

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Are there any other cases being brought up?

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

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Cannot steps be taken to protect these men?

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Benefit Disallowed. (31 Gor 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 9. asked the Minister of Labour what is the number of unemployed whose benefit has been disallowed at the Darlington Employment Exchange because of refusal to go to a training centre during each of the past six months; and what is the number of unemployed who have accepted training and proceeded to a centre during the same period?

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Benefit Disallowed. (31 Gor 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Will the right hon. Lady watch very carefully that only those who would be better off at a training centre are sent, as in many cases those who are better off at home are sent away, to the disadvantage both of themselves and the nation?

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Farm Workers, Northants. (31 Gor 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 15. asked the Minister of Labour whether she is aware that unemployed farm workers are refused employment on road schemes in Northants; and whether this is in accordance with Departmental instructions to the Northants County Council?

Education (Teachers). (31 Gor 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Can my hon. Friend give us an assurance that these teachers are being trained to stand up before a class and teach, apart altogether from their knowledge of technical subjects? Are they being given any facilities for learning how to teach?

Orders of the Day — UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE (No. 4) BILL. (23 Gor 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: I will not fall into the temptation to take up the arguments of the last speaker or to deal with the more fundamental principles that lie at the bottom of this very great problem. I propose to deal only with what may appear to be a very domestic problem but one which, nevertheless, affects many hundreds at the younger end of the unemployed who are now assembled in training centres. It is with...

Orders of the Day — UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE (No. 4) BILL. (23 Gor 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: I am not objecting to that service. I am only asking that where the parents or the girls have conscientious objections to camp canteens, that objection shall be respected.

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Exchange, Darlington. ( 7 Gor 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 60. asked the First Commissioner of Works whether he is yet in a position to say when the work on the new Employment Exchange at Darlington will be resumed?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Education. ( 2 Gor 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Would not the right hon. Gentleman agree that this question is based upon an erroneous idea of the real purpose of the occupations mentioned in the question?

Oral Answers to Questions — Old Age Pensions. ( 2 Gor 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Can my hon. Friend say what would be the net cost if the saving in unemployment benefit were deducted?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals. ( 8 Mai 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 70. asked the Minister of Health whether he contemplates making any amendment to the Poor Law Act, 1930, Section 44 (2), to obviate the probability of a destitute wayfarer being detained for long periods whilst passing through the new Poor Law areas?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Children's Allowances and Workers' Pensions (Cost). (27 Maw 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 79. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he can estimate what would be the net cost, if any, of giving maintenance grants of 5s. to the 400,000 school-leaving children, aged 14, and pensions of £1 additional to the present 10s. for the 340,000 workers, aged 65 and over, who are still in industry, after taking into account the saving on the unemployment benefit and Poor Law relief...

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Tuberculosis. ( 3 Maw 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 36. asked the Minister of Pensions whether he will consider the making of a special inquiry into the possibility of tuberculosis developing after years of discharge from war service, in view of the increasing number of cases where ex-service men suffering from tuberculosis and able to furnish evidence of participation in gas attacks during the War are not receiving pensions?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Oxford Institution (Patient's Discharge). (13 Chw 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 71. asked the Minister of Health whether he has seen a Report of a meeting of the Headington Board of Guardians, in which it was stated that the receiving officer had admitted to the Headington workhouse a tramp who had just left the Oxford Guardians' hospital, where he had been a patient for a fortnight; that the relieving officer said he did so because the man was ill; that the medical...

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Oxford Institution (Patient's Discharge). (13 Chw 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Is my right hon. Friend aware that there was a similar case to this in this particular casual ward before, and will he make inquiries to see that there is no whitewashing?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casual Wards, Taunton and Saffron Walden. (13 Chw 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 75. asked the Minister of Health whether the cells in the casual ward at Taunton are heated; and whether he will inquire as to the number and condition of the blankets that are issued to the occupants?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casual Wards, Taunton and Saffron Walden. (13 Chw 1930)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 76. asked the Minister of Health whether he will inquire into the conditions obtaining at the casual ward at Saffron Walden, from which two men absconded on 20th January in order to obtain admission to the prison to which they were sentenced for seven days?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: School-Leaving Age (Maintenance Allowances). (19 Rha 1929)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: In his calculations, has the right hon. Gentleman considered what will be saved in unemployment benefit as a result of this step?


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