Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.

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  • Iraq Operations (Medal). (5 speeches)

    71. asked the Secretary of State for War when the issue will be made of medals to the troops engaged in suppressing the rebellion in Iraq in 1920?

  • Ranker Officers (Pensions and Gratuities). (4 speeches)

    75. asked the Secretary of State for War whether a ranker officer with a total service of 25 years and qualifying service of 16 years, and commissioned service of six years, during which he held...

  • Royal Arsenal, Woolwich (Discharge Gratuities). (8 speeches)

    (by Private Notice) asked the Financial Secretary to the War Office if he is aware that the workmen who took their discharge on 25th February from the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, were advised by the...

  • British Farina Mills, Limited. (7 speeches)

    77. asked the Minister of Agriculture whether the Government holding of £350,000 debentures in the British Farina Mills, Limited, has been redeemed; if so, at what date and by what means; if...

  • Foot-and-Mouth Disease. (2 speeches)

    Mr. DOYLE: 78. asked the Minister of Agriculture what progress is being made in the scientific inquiry into the sporadic outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease; and whether such inquiry will cover...

  • Allotments Bill. (4 speeches)

    79. asked the Minister of Agriculture if he will state in general terms the purpose of the Allotments Bill mentioned in the Gracious Speech at the opening of the present Session, and when the...

  • Ruskin Park, Camberwell. (2 speeches)

    83. asked the hon. Member for the Pollok Division of Glasgow, as representing the First Commissioner of Works, whether he has received any protest from the London County Council against the...

  • Foreign Tariffs. (2 speeches)

    84. asked the President of the Board of Trade the number and names of countries which raised their tariffs against Great Britain in the period 1908 to 1916, and from 1916 to the present day?

  • Questions to Ministers. (2 speeches)

    Sir J. D. REES: May I ask how one obtains an oral answer from the President of the Board of Education. If one is told to put a question on the Paper it is never reached?