Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.

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  • Royal Dockyards (Pay and Pensions). (12 speeches)

    43. asked what becomes of the unemployment contributions paid by hired men in the Royal dockyards when these men are established; and are the contributions they have paid returned to them?

  • War Decorations. (2 speeches)

    61. asked the First Lord of the Admiralty if he is aware that those Army non-commissioned officers who joined as instructors to the New Armies, and who trained men during the War, have been...

  • War Gratuities. (2 speeches)

    62. asked the First Lord of the Admiralty if the War gratuities due to naval officers are paid at once; if such gratuity has been earned and should be paid instead of being doled out in...

  • Engine Room Personnel (Pay). (4 speeches)

    63. asked the First Lord of the Admiralty whether the engine-room personnel, which form about 35 per cent. of the total personnel of the Navy, have any representatives on the Jerram Committee...

  • Jerram Committee. (7 speeches)

    64. asked the First Lord of the Admiralty whether, in the event of his not being able to publish the Report of the Jerram Committee, together with the evidence taken, he will consider the...

  • Whisky and Beer Supplies. (12 speeches)

    Major NEWMAN: 44. asked the Food Controller whether he is aware of the dissatisfaction at the shortage of whisky and the poor quality and high prices for beer charged to the public; whether he is...

  • Licensed Premises (Control). (4 speeches)

    Major NEWMAN: 46. asked the Prime Minister whether it is intended during the present Session to introduce legislation dealing with the hours of opening of licensed premises and kindred matters,...

  • Agricultural Wages Board. (2 speeches)

    47. asked the Prime Minister whether, seeing that the Agricultural Wages Board, a body appointed during wartime and for purely war purposes, does not adequately represent the farmers' interests,...

  • Reconstruction (American Contracts). (7 speeches)

    Lieutenant - Colonel LOWTHER: 48. asked the Prime Minister whether he is in a position to lay upon the Table of the House any records of the factories, works, mines, concessions, businesses, and...

  • Propaganda (Foreign Countries). (4 speeches)

    49. asked the Prime Minister whether, since the abolition of the Ministry of Information, propaganda work in foreign countries is still being carried on, and, if so, by what Department; whether...

  • Dumping. (2 speeches)

    50. asked the Prime Minister if, in view of the Government promise to introduce a Bill for the prevention of dumping, he will furnish a statement giving the principal provisions of the laws or...

  • Postal and Telegraph Facilities (Deptford). (2 speeches)

    58. asked the Postmaster-General whether further consideration has been given to the representations of the Deptford Borough Council regarding the need for increasing the existing postal and...

  • Telegrams (Government Departments). (11 speeches)

    59. asked, the Postmaster-General if he will state the number of telegrams transmitted to the Post Office for Government Departments in January, February, and March, 1914, 1918, and 1919,...

  • Medal Awards (New Armies). (2 speeches)

    71. asked the Secretary of State for War whether, in view of the fact that a 1914 star with rosette and also a 1914–15 star have been awarded, he will consider the advisability of awarding...

  • Agricultural Work (with-Drawal of Soldiers). (9 speeches)

    72. asked the Secretary of State for War whether he is aware that an Order has been issued to soldiers attached to agricultural companies and who are engaged on agricultural work to report at...

  • Postal Arrangements, Archangel. (2 speeches)

    71. asked the Secretary of State for War whether parcels and letters may be sent to the soldiers at Archangel, and, if not, for what reason?