Oral Answers to Questions — League of Nations.

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  • Territories (Preservation). (6 speeches)

    Sir J. D. REES: 51. asked the Lord President of the Council whether Article X of the Covenant of the League of Nations is still in force; and whether the obligation which lies upon signatories to...

  • Subscriptions. (4 speeches)

    Sir J. D. REES: 52. asked the Lord President of the Council whether 18 of the States belonging to the League of Nations have not paid their subscriptions, arrears in some cases dating from 1920;...

  • Estimates Council. (6 speeches)

    Captain BENN: 47. asked the Prime Minister when it is his intention to set up the Select Committee to consider the question of control of finance by the House of Commons; what will be the terms...

  • Franchise (Women). (2 speeches)

    49. asked the Lord Privy Seal if the Government will bring in a Bill this Session to enable women to vote at the same age and under the same qualifications as men?

  • Tangier. (2 speeches)

    Major C. LOWTHER: 66. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if a date has yet been fixed for the meeting of the Spanish, French, and British delegates in London to discuss the...

  • Putumayo. (4 speeches)

    68. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he has yet received any information confirming the report that the notorious firm of Julio Cæsar Arana had been...

  • Uruguay (British Invest-Ments). (4 speeches)

    69. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if his attention has been called to the action of the municipality of Montevideo in forcibly taking and disbursing the funds of a...

  • Foot-and-Mouth Disease. (11 speeches)

    Colonel BURN: 71. asked the Minister of Agriculture the reason why the application of Mr. Hartley-Russell for permission to test his product Moramor, at his own expense, as a cure for...

  • Rabies (2 speeches)

    73. asked the Minister of Agriculture whether rabies has been entirely stamped out in this country; and whether all the muzzling orders and other exceptional restrictions as regards dogs in this...

  • Rosyth Dockyard. (5 speeches)

    (by Private Notice) asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty whether he is aware that a notice has just been posted intimating that only established men and some ex-soldiers are to be...

  • Telephone Service.

    Ordered, That the Minutes of Evidence taken before the Select Committee on the Telephone Service in the First Session of 1921 he referred to the Select Committee on the Telephone...