HC Deb 03 May 1934 vol 289 cc614-8

Amendments made : In page 10, line 11, leave out paragraph (ii).

In line 17, at the end, insert : or by reason of the provisions of Section four of the Unemployment Insurance Act, 1930.

In line 26, at the end, insert : (b) the insurance officer shall not himself disallow a claim on the ground that the fifth statutory condition is not fulfilled, except in cases where that condition is not fulfilled only by reason of a person under the age of eighteen years having been required to discontinue for not more than one day his attendance at an authorised course in consequence of his misbehaviour while attending thereat."—[Sir H. Betterton.]

Amendment proposed : in page 10, line 44, at the end, to insert : (3) For paragraph (c) of Sub-section (5) of Section eight of the Unemployment Insurance Act, 1930, there shall be substituted the following paragraph :

  1. (c) at the instance of the claimant—
    1. (i) without leave in any case in which the decision of the court of referees is not unanimous; and

(ii) with the leave of the chairman of the court of referees in any other case; so, however, that where leave to appeal is not granted when the decision of the court of referees is given, an application for such leave may be made by the claimant in such form, and within such time after the date of the decision, as may be prescribed by regulations made by the Minister under Section thirty-five of the principal Act, and any application for leave to appeal shall be granted by the chairman if it appears to him that there is a principle of importance involved in the case or any other special circumstance by reason of which leave to appeal ought to be given.—[Sir H. Betterton.]

Question put, "That the Amendment be made."

The House divided : Ayes, 222; Noes, 33.

Division No. 236.] AYES. [11.9 p.m.
Adams, Samuel Vyvyan T. (Leeds, W.) Edmondson, Major A. J. Leech, Dr. J. W.
Agnew, Lieut.-Com. P. G. Eillston, Captain George Sampson Leighton, Major B. E. P.
Amery, Ht. Hon. Leopold C. M. S. Elmley, Viscount Lindsay, Kenneth (Kilmarnock)
Aske, Sir Robert William Emrys-Evans, P. V. Lindsay, Noel Ker
Baillie, Sir Adrian W. M. Essenhigh, Reginald Clare Lloyd, Geoffrey
Balfour, Capt. Harold (I. of Thanet) Evans, David Owen (Cardigan) Lockwood, John C. (Hackney, C.)
Banks, Sir Reginald Mitchell Fermoy, Lord Loftus, Pierce C.
Barclay-Harvey, C. M. Foot, Dingle (Dundee) Lovat-Fraser, James Alexander
Bateman, A. L. Foot, Isaac (Cornwall, Bodmin) Lyons, Abraham Montagu
Beauchamp, Sir Brograve Campbell Fox, Sir Gifford MacAndrew, Lieut.-Col. C. G.(Partick)
Beaumont, M. W. (Bucks., Aylesbury) Fraser, Captain Ian MacAndrew, Capt. J. O. (Ayr)
Beaumont, Hon. R. E. B. (Portsm'th, C.) Fuller, Captain A. G. McCorquodale, M. S.
Betterton, Rt. Hon. Sir Henry B. Ganzonl, Sir John MacDonald, Malcolm (Bassetlaw)
Bevan, Stuart James (Holborn) Gault, Lieut.-Col. A. Hamilton Macdonald, Sir Murdoch (Inverness)
Blindell, James Gillett, Sir George Masterman McKie, John Hamilton
Boulton, W. W. Gledhill, Gilbert Macquisten, Frederick Alexander
Bowater, Col. Sir T. Vansittart Glossop, C. W. H. Magnay, Thomas
Bowyer. Capt. Sir George E. W. Gluckstein, Louis Halle Mallalieu, Edward Lancelot
Braithwaite, J. G. (Hillsborough) Goff, Sir Park Manningham-Buller, Lt.-Col. Sir M.
Broadbent, Colonel John Goldle, Noel B. Margesson, Capt. Rt. Hon. H. D. R.
Brocklebank, C. E. R. Goodman, Colonel Albert W. Marsden, Commander Arthur
Brown, Ernest (Leith) Greene, William P. C. Martin, Thomas B.
Brown, Brig.-Gen. H. C. (Berks., Newb'y) Gretton, Colonel Rt. Hon. John Mason, David M. (Edinburgh, E.)
Browne, Captain A. C. Griffith, F. Kingsley (Middlesbro', W.) Mason, Col. Glyn K. (Croydon, N.)
Buchan-Hepburn, P. G. T. Grimston, R. V. Mayhew, Lieut.-Colonel John
Cadogan, Hon. Edward Guest, Capt. Rt. Hon. F. E. Mills, Major J. D. (New Forest)
Caporn, Arthur Cecil Hamilton, Sir R. W.(Orkney & Zetl'nd) Milne, Charles
Carver, Major William H. Hammersley, Samuel S. Monsell, Rt. Hon. Sir B. Eyres
Cayzer, Sir Charles (Chester, City) Hanbury, Cecil Moss, Captain H. J.
Cazalet, Thelma (Islington, E.) Hanley, Dennis A. Muirhead, Lieut.-Colonel A. J.
Chapman, Col. R. (Houghton-le-Spring) Hannon, Patrick Joseph Henry Nation, Brigadier-General J. J. H.
Clayton, Sir Christopher Harris, Sir Percy Nicholson, Godfrey (Morpeth)
Cochrane, Commander Hon. A. D. Hartland, George A. North, Edward T.
Colfox, Major William Philip Harvey, George (Lambeth, Kenningt'n) Nunn, William
Colman, N. C. D. Headlam, Lieut.-Col. Cuthbert M. O'Connor, Terence James
Colville, Lieut.-Colonel J. Hellgers, Captain F. F. A. O'Donovan, Dr. William James
Conant, R. J. E. Hepworth, Joseph O'Neill, Rt. Hon. Sir Hugh
Cook, Thomas A. Hope, Capt. Hon. A. O. J. (Aston) Palmer, Francis Noel
Craven-Ellis. William Hornby, Frank Pearson, William G.
Croft, Brigadier-General Sir H. Horsbrugh, Florence Petherick, M.
Crooke, J. Smedley Howard, Tom Forrest Peto, Geoffrey K.(W'verh'ptn, Bilston)
Crookshank, Col. C. de Windt (Bootle) Hudson, Capt. A. U. M. (Hackney, N.) Pike, Cecil F.
Crookshank, Capt. H. C. (Galnsb'ro) Hudson, Robert Spear (Southport) Powell, Lieut.-Col. Evelyn G. H.
Croom-Johnson, R. P. Hume, Sir George Hopwood Procter, Major Henry Adam
Cross, R. H. Hunter, Dr. Joseph (Dumfries) Pybus, Sir Percy John
Cruddas, Lieut.-Colonel Bernard Hunter, Capt. M. J. (Brigg) Raikes, Henry V. A. M.
Culverwell, Cyril Tom Jamieson, Douglas Ramsay, Capt. A. H. M. (Midlothian)
Davies, Maj. Geo. F. (Somerset, Yeovil) Janner, Barnett Ramsay, T. B. W. (Western Isles)
Denville, Alfred Ker, J. Campbell Ramsbotham, Herwald
Dickie, John P. Kerr, Lieut.-Col. Charles (Montrose) Ramsden, Sir Eugene
Drewe, Cedric Kerr, Hamilton W. Rathbone, Eleanor
Dugdale, Captain Thomas Lionel Lamb, Sir Joseph Quinton Reed, Arthur C. (Exeter)
Duncan, James A. L. (Kensington, N.) Law, Sir Alfred Reid, David D. (County Down)
Dunglass, Lord Leckle, J. A. Reid, James S. C. (Stirling)
Reid, William Allan (Derby) Shute, Colonel J. J. Todd, A. L. S. (Kingswinford)
Remer, John R. Simmonds, Oliver Edwin Tree, Ronald
Renwick, Major Gustav A. Skelton, Archibald Noel Tufnell, Lieut.-Commander R. L.
Rhys, Hon. Charles Arthur U. Smith, Bracewell (Dulwich) Wallace, Captain D. E. (Hornsey)
Rickards, George William Smith, Sir J. Walker- (Barrow-In-F.) Ward, Lt-Col. Sir A. L. (Hull)
Ropner, Colonel L. Somervell, Sir Donald Ward, Irene Mary Bewick (Wallsend)
Ross, Ronald D. Somerville, Annesley A. (Windsor) Ward, Sarah Adelaide (Cannock)
Roes Taylor, Walter (Woodbridge) Sotheron-Estcourt, Captain T. E. Warrender, Sir Victor A. G.
Rothschild, James A. de Southby, Commander Archibald R. J. Watt, Captain George Steven H.
Ruggles-Brise, Colonel E. A. Spens, William Patrick Wells, Sydney Richard
Runge, Norah Cecil Stevenson, James White, Henry Graham
Russell, Albert (Kirkcaldy) Storey, Samuel Whyte, Jardine Bell
Russell, Hamer Field (Sheffield, B'tslde) Strauss, Edward A. Williams, Charles (Devon, Torquay)
Rutherford, Sir John Hugo (Liverp'l) Strickland, Captain W. F. Wills, Wilfrid D.
Salman, Sir Isldore Stuart, Lord C. Crichton- Windsor-Clive, Lieut.-Colonel George
Salt, Edward W. Sugden, Sir Wilfrid Hart Womersley, Walter James
Sandeman, Sir A. N. Stewart Sutcliffe, Harold Worthington, Dr. John V.
Sassoon, Rt. Hon. Sir Philip A. G. D. Thomas, James P. L. (Hereford) Wragg, Herbert
Selley, Harry R. Thomson, Sir Frederick Charles
Shaw, Helen B. (Lanark, Bothwell) Thorp, Linton Theodore TELLERS FOR THE AYES.—
Shepperson, Sir Ernest W. Todd, Lt.-Col. A. J. K. (B'wick-on-T.) Sir George Penny and Lord Erskine.
Adams, D. M. (Poplar, South) George, Major G. Lloyd (Pembroke) McEntee, Valentine L.
Attlee, Clement Richard George, Megan A. Lloyd (Anglesea) Maclean, Neil (Glasgow, Govan)
Banfield, John William Greenwood, Rt. Hon. Arthur Mainwaring, William Henry
Bevan, Aneurin (Ebbw Vale) Grenfell, David Rees (Glamorgan) Mliner, Major James
Brown, C. W. E. (Notts., Mansfield) Groves, Thomas E. Nathan, Major H. L.
Cape, Thomas Grundy, Thomas W. Smith, Tom (Normanton)
Cocks, Frederick Seymour Jenkins, Sir William West, F. R.
Cripps, Sir Stafford Jones, Morgan (Caerphilly) Williams, Edward John (Ogmore)
Daggar, George Kirkwood, David Wilmot, John
Davies, David L. (Pontypridd) Lawson, John James
Davies, Rhys John (Westhoughton) Leonard, William TELLERS FOR THE NOES.—
Edwards, Charles Logan, David Gilbert Mr. G. Macdonald and Mr. D.

Ordered, That further Consideration of the Bill, as amended be now adjourned.— [Captain Margesson.]

Bill, as amended (in Committee and on recommittal) to be further considered upon Monday next.

The remaining Orders were read, and postponed.

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