Canlyniadau 121–140 o 293 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Arthur Shepherd

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals. (10 Gor 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that there is a system of disinfection whereby no harm is done, and, in view of the very scanty clothing most of these people have, will he see that some system is adpted whereby injury will not be done?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals (Medical Examination). ( 5 Gor 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Will the right hon. Gentleman see that the medical officers undertake the inspection of casuals in the evening, and thus give some value to their inspection?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals. ( 3 Gor 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 51. asked the Minister of Health the reason for the instruction of his Department requiring that casuals are to be searched on entering a casual ward?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals. ( 3 Gor 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Is the right hon. Gentleman not aware that is does not have that effect at all? Does he realise what an utterly degrading thing it is to do to these men, whose only fault is that they are unemployed?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals. ( 3 Gor 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 52. asked the Minister of Health whether be is aware that many casuals are each night compelled to sleep on the floor, generally stone or concrete; and whether, in cases where this is the result of insufficient accommodation, he will instruct boards of guardians at least to provide boards to protect the men from direct contact with the stone or concrete?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals. ( 3 Gor 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Does the right hon. Gentleman not know that in cold weather at least half the inhabitants of casual wards sleep either on concrete or stone, with nothing between them and the concrete or stone?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals. ( 3 Gor 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Has not the right hon. Gentleman's Department inspectors who ought to know these things?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals. ( 3 Gor 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 53. asked the Minister of Health whether he will issue such instructions to boards of guardians as will ensure the release of casuals sufficiently early in the morning to ensure their having sufficient time both to seek employment and to reach the next casual ward on the evening of release from the previous one?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals. ( 3 Gor 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Does the right hon. Gentleman think that this matter is being adequately dealt with, as the majority of these men do not leave the casual wards until 11 or 11.30 in the morning, after which time they have both to seek for a job and walk 15 to 20 miles to the next casual ward?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals. ( 3 Gor 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: I am complaining of the way in which the regulations are carried out. Will the right hon. Gentleman go outside any casual ward any day and see the time at which the men actually leave?

Oral Answers to Questions — Casual Wards (Admission). (28 Meh 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 33. asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that in certain districts boards of guardians compel casuals to apply to the police for tickets of admission to the local casual ward; and whether, seeing that the majority of casuals are genuine unemployed genuinely seeking employment, he will take the necessary steps to bring this practice to an end?

Oral Answers to Questions — Casual Wards (Admission). (28 Meh 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Does the right hon. Gentleman realise that the men resent this very much indeed, seeing that it associates unemployment with crime?

Oral Answers to Questions — Casual Wards (Admission). (28 Meh 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that men whose only fault is that the country will not employ them find themselves in casual wards which they resent very much indeed?

Oral Answers to Questions — Small-Pox (Casuals). (28 Meh 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 29. asked the Minister of Health when the order for the medical inspection of casuals expires and whether it is his intention to extend it?

Oral Answers to Questions — Small-Pox (Casuals). (28 Meh 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 30. asked the Minister of Health the number of cases of small-pox reported for England and Wales for the latest week available; and the number of cases discovered among casuals during any convenient period?

Oral Answers to Questions — Small-Pox (Casuals). (28 Meh 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Would not many of these cases among casuals in workhouses be obviated if a medical inspection took place on their arrival, rather than after they had been in the casual ward for over 12 hours?

Oral Answers to Questions — Railway Accident, Darlington. (28 Meh 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: asked the Minister of Transport whether he can give the House any information as to the lamentable railway accident at Darlington yesterday?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor-Law Institutions (Pensioners). (26 Meh 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 45. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether he has received from the Darlington Board of Guardians a resolution asking that the Old Age Pensions Acts should be so amended as to make provision for the guardians to draw the pension in respect of any old age pensioner maintained in a rate-aided institution for so long as the person may remain chargeable to the said guardians; and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Finance Bill.: Borstal Institutions (Camps). (12 Meh 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Does not the right hon. Gentleman think it time that money from public funds was granted for this purpose, and that it could not be spent in a better way?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casuals (Dietary). ( 7 Meh 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 20. asked the Minister of Health the reasons of public interest which led him to refuse a request from the North-Western Joint Vagrancy Committee that he should consent to their providing the regular able-bodied inmates' diet to casuals where considered desirable?


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