Canlyniadau 161–180 o 293 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Arthur Shepherd

Orders of the Day — Rural Housing. ( 4 Ebr 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Which came first, the Death Duties or the tied cottages?

Orders of the Day — Rural Housing. ( 4 Ebr 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: I intervene in this Debate for two reasons. The first is to express my amazement at the remark of the last speaker when he referred to many farmers giving their men good and comfortable wages.

Orders of the Day — Rural Housing. ( 4 Ebr 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Yes, in the circumstances. The average wage of a farm labourer is between 30 shillings and 32 shillings per week. I wonder if the hon. Member ever tried to live not for a lifetime on such a. wage but for one week on 31 shillings, would he then describe it as a good and comfortable wage—even in the circumstances? I beg hon. Members opposite to put themselves in the position of these men,...

Orders of the Day — Rural Housing. ( 4 Ebr 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: We are endeavouring to do so. I can illustrate my point by the remarks of the hon. and gallant Member for Louth (Lieut.-Colonel Heneage) when he put forward the argument that one of the reasons why we must have tied cottages is that the farm labourers could not pay an economic rent.

Orders of the Day — Rural Housing. ( 4 Ebr 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: I think that is the same thing. It means that the farmers must have the tied cottages, because the farm labourers cannot pay an economic rent. Why cannot they pay an economic rent? One of the chief reasons is the weapon—I say it deliberately—which the employer has in the form of the tied cottage. Whenever the labourers try to secure an improvement in conditions or to bring about, by...

Orders of the Day — Rural Housing. ( 4 Ebr 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: I am afraid I did not catch that remark. I ask hon. Members, do they realise that the farm labourer will never be able to improve his condition to any extent until we have got over this difficulty of the tied cottage? I am a teacher, and not many years ago I was as good a Tory as any hon. Member on the benches opposite. I was a Tory until I had a school of my own in the country. I spent 18...

Orders of the Day — Rural Housing. ( 4 Ebr 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: I am a country man myself and 1. would like to be in the country again. Most of my hon. Friends on these benches originally came from the country, and were turned out of the country into the towns.

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health.: Small-PDX (Hospital Accommodation). (29 Maw 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Is provision made in all infirmaries for isolation treatment for infectious cases?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Relief, Glamorgan. (26 Maw 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Is extra food given to them when these tasks have to be performed?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: School Leaving Age (Maintenance Grants). (26 Maw 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 38. asked the President of the Board of Education which education authorities have raised the school leaving age with maintenance grants; what is the amount of the grant; and under what conditions is it made?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: School Leaving Age (Maintenance Grants). (26 Maw 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: May I ask how many children are affected by this policy?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: School Leaving Age (Maintenance Grants). (26 Maw 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Have any protests been received from parents in connection with the scheme?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: School Accommodation. (26 Maw 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 39. asked the President of the Board of Education which local education authorities are responsible for the 544 elementary schools condemned as unfit for school purposes, and the degree of responsibility of each authority expressed in number of school places?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: School Accommodation. (26 Maw 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Has the Noble Lord inspected any of these schools himself?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casual Wards (Tasks). (22 Maw 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: 41. asked the Minister of Health what steps are taken to ensure that no casuals are set tasks unsuited to their age, strength or capacity?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casual Wards (Tasks). (22 Maw 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Does that take into consideration the fact that very few of these men know that they have this right to ask to see a medical officer, and further does it also take into consideration the fact that most of these men are systematically underfed?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Casual Wards (Tasks). (22 Maw 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: When I said that these men were systematically underfed, I meant to ask whether the right hon. Gentleman is not aware that these men are systematically underfed because of their ordinary life and not necessarily because of the food they are given in these institutions.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: School Accommodation. (15 Maw 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Is the President satisfied with the progress?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Teachers. (15 Maw 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Does that show an increase or a decrease over the previous year?

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Relief Schemes. (14 Maw 1928)

Mr Arthur Shepherd: Do the Government intend to hold back the schemes until the near approach of a General Election?


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