Friday, 1 July 1949
The House met at Eleven o'Clock
[Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair]
For the Borough of Leeds (West Division) in the room of Thomas William Stamford, Esquire, deceased.—(Mr. Whiteley.)
Read the Third time, and passed.
(by Private Notice) asked the Minister of Labour whether he can now make a statement about the decision of the N.U.R. to put into force a "go-slow" campaign on the railways at midnight on Sunday next.
May I now ask the right hon. Gentleman another question of which I have given Private Notice? Can he make any statement to the House on the position of the strike at the London docks?
Order for consideration (as amended in the Standing Committee) read.
Amendment made: In page 1, line 6, leave out from beginning to second "a."—[Mr. Sparks.]
Amendment made: In page 2, line 34, leave out "Registrations," and insert "Registration."—[Mr. Sparks.]
I beg to move, in page 3, line 2, after "persons," to insert "to be." This Amendment is linked with the following Amendment and is intended to broaden the scope of the appeal tribunal by giving...
I beg to move, in page 3, line 18, at the end, to insert: Provided however that in the event of a further application by such person to enlarge the form of hairdressing which the said registered...
Amendment made: in page 3, line 29, leave out "class," and insert "form."—[Mr. Sparks.]
I beg to move, in page 3, line 36, after "with," to insert "or derogate from." In the opinion of some of us, the words "rights or functions" were rather restrictive, and we wanted to make it...
I beg to move, in page 4, line 4, after "person," to insert (other than a person engaged in or applying the process of practice of physiotherapy). Perhaps we may link this up with the following...
As amended (in the Standing Committee) considered.
I beg to move, in page 2, line 27, at the beginning, to insert: In order to remove doubts it is hereby declared that. Perhaps it would be convenient if, at the same time, we were to discuss the...
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And sometimes to shout at each other.