2 edition of Memorandum of evidence to the Royal Commission on Local Government in England, October, 1966. found in the catalog.
Memorandum of evidence to the Royal Commission on Local Government in England, October, 1966.
Association of Municipal Corporations (Great Britain)
|Contributions||Great Britain. Royal Commission on Local Government in England.|
|LC Classifications||JS3111 .A8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||68092938|
These new authorities, along with Greater London were to be grouped into eight provinces, each with its own provincial council. Bishops can contribute on social and spiritual issues, law lords on legal ones. I shall thereafter go ahead with further consultations necessary for decisions on functions and structure—to deal with just those two points and get them clear first in a White Paper and then to go on to the other matters. It is my determination to do all we possibly can to get all that is good out of the work of the existing Commission.
In latethe Government precipitated a crisis in the Review by speeding up the process, but the Commission was thrown off course largely by its own inability to respond adequately. Associated with this reform would have been a move to wholly unitary local government in the affected regions. One solution is the Bicameral one. The City of London could be regarded as its county town for most purposes  and provided different locations for the various, mostly judicial, county purposes. Debates in the House of Commons, tend to be dominated by party considerations, and many things are left unsaid for fear of offending the whips or damaging chances of re-election or promotion. Does my right hon.
A government is not bound to accept the October of any royal commission. I said that the negotiations on implementation would first deal with the main problems of functions and structure and then, having got that settled, with the production of a White Paper, we would follow on with more detailed discussions about boundaries and all the other aspects, producing yet another set of decisions. Whatever the method for electing its members first-past-the-post or some variant of Jenkins or something altogether differentit would be open to objection; no system of election can be perfect, and in the rough-and- tumble of politics there would be occasions when many people, disappointed at the outcome in the Commons would feel that the Lords represented the nation's interests better. County authorities, militia and volunteer regiments associated with both counties used the attributed arms. That has been the decided policy of the Scottish Labour Group and I hope that we shall not depart from it.
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The undifferenced arms of the kingdom were eventually granted to Essex County Council in Assessments of greatness and goodness are always difficult. Many who are not Roman Catholics would welcome the presence of Cardinal Hume. Init was noted that the county councils of Essex and Middlesex and the Sheriff's Office of Memorandum of evidence to the Royal Commission on Local Government in England County of London were all using the same arms.
Gentleman has said about county reviews. Indeed, I 1966. book going to Warwickshire tomorrow to discuss with the Warwickshire County Council one of these experimental schemes.
We should not want to create an Upper House that was able and willing to be a judge in its own cause. What the final pattern should be cannot be settled without further consultation.
We agree with the Commission that it is vital that Scottish local government should enjoy greater status and responsibility than it does now, and that it should be so reformed as to enable central Government 1966. book give local authorities more freedom and power.
We should gradually move towards parity of disesteem, and increasingly resort to the referendum in order to resolve disagreements between the two Houses each confident of its own electoral legitimacy. Privy Council meetings are reported in the Court Circular, along with the names of Ministers attending usually four in number.
On the major principles the Commission is unanimous. The chosen addition was a "Saxon Crown", derived from the portrait of King Athelstan on a silver penny of his reign, stated to be the earliest form of crown associated with any English sovereign.
Within the fabric of the Commonwealth lies the future of the Colonial territories. Bookmark with:. For example, the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts was first set up in with the task of advising and assisting in the preservation of historical manuscripts and to publish them.
The Home Secretary has countered by saying that they are limited in another waythey are mostly land-owning Old Etonians though not, for instance, Lord Calverly, a retired policeman. Areas for the new authorities should be capable of being effectively and democratically administered by a single council.
It would rarely happen, and would be a minor awkwardness compared with not having judicial expertise at hand when debating what the law should be. In his delirium he imagined himself back in a Somme casualty clearing station and asked for a message to be passed to his mother, now dead.
It has been pointed out, mostly by Conservatives but also by Earl Russell from the Liberal Democrat benches, that the hereditary peers are free from the limitation of being remarkably successful people themselves.
Many other professionals could contribute something, but only occasionally. In October Harold Nicolson recorded Macmillan as predicting "extreme socialism" after the war. If the Upper House does not have the power to insist on a referendum, then a slightly strengthened version of the present Parliament Act is called for.
There are also reservations about the status to be given to Shetland, Orkney and the Western Isles. Finally, can the Minister say when we will have an opportunity of debating the matter? The Queen met members of the Assembly when she visited the Assembly building at Stormont as part of her Golden Jubilee tour of the United Kingdom inand again inand in her Diamond Jubilee tour in Friend confirm that existing proposals for the West Riding of Yorkshire conurbation will still come before him?
October think that the hon. This process was accelerated by the Metro-land developments, which covered a large part of the county. But we should recognise spiritual difficulties October accepting a spiritual peerage. At least two methods for nominating people for life peerages are required, one overtly political, the other perhaps connected with the honours system generally, but in any case distinct from political nominations to the Second Chamber.
Since very few debates end with a vote, little would be lost in treating the Ordinaries, as we might call them, like the Bishop of Sodor and Man.Circular 37/66 On the 13 October the Ministry issued circular No.
37/66 and a technical memorandum entitled 'Technical problems of River Authorities and Sewage Disposal Authorities in Laying down and Complying with Limits of Quality for Effluents more restrictive than those of Author: A.I.
Biggs. Memorandum of Understanding and Supplementary Agreements Between the United Kingdom Government, the Scottish Ministers, the Welsh Ministers, and the Northern Ireland Executive Committee Presented to Parliament by Command of Her Majesty and presented to the Scottish Parliament and the Northern Ireland Assembly and laid before the National Assembly for Wales.
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