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  • Unemployed, Greenock (Sentences). (5 speeches)

    81. asked the Secretary for Scotland whether his attention has been drawn to the sentences of three months' imprisonment with hard labour imposed upon four unemployed workmen named Murphy,...

  • Health Visitor's Dismissal, Lochgelly. (2 speeches)

    82. asked the Secretary for Scotland whether his attention has been drawn to the case of Nurse A. G. M. Millar, who was dismissed from her post of health visitor of the Lochgelly local authority;...

  • Small Holdings. (2 speeches)

    83. asked the Secretary for Scotland what was the cost of the land bought by the Board of Agriculture for Scotland at Thirdpart; how many small holdings are being formed thereon; how much is...

  • Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.
  • Statistics. (2 speeches)

    92. asked the Minister of Pensions the total number of ex-service men drawing pensions, and the number that are on full pension pay?

  • Disablement and Widows' Pensions. (2 speeches)

    93. asked the Minister of Pensions what are the pensions payable, respectively, to a totally disabled man, and a war widow with two dependent children at the present time, s compared with...

  • King's Shropshire Light Infantry (T. Goodchild). (7 speeches)

    97. asked the Minister of Pensions whether he is aware that ex-Private T. Goodchild, No. 17,868, 3rd King's Shropshire Light Infantry, after being discharged in February, 1918, as suffering from...

  • Agricultural Holdings Acts (Consolidation). (4 speeches)

    Lieut.-Colonel A. MURRAY: 98. asked the Minister of Agriculture whether, for the convenience of agriculturists, he is taking steps to collect together into one Consolidation Act the measures...

  • Tenants' Customs, Cumberland. (4 speeches)

    Major C. LOWTHER: 99. asked the Minister of Agriculture whether he is aware that, according to a survey taken in the 12th year of Queen Elizabeth's reign by the direction of Her Majesty, there is...

  • Prisoners' Finger-Prints. (4 speeches)

    Captain BENN: 77. asked the Home Secretary whether his attention has been called to a statement by Mr. Pope, magistrate to the North London Police Court, on the 20th February, that it was a...

  • Cycles (Rear Lights). (2 speeches)

    Mr. L. MALONE: 78. asked the Home Secretary whether he proposes to introduce a Regulation making the carrying of a rear lamp by cyclists compulsory; and what is the purpose of the Regulation,...

  • Post Office.
  • National Federation of Postal and Telegraph Clerks. (2 speeches)

    86. asked the Postmaster-General whether he will reconsider his refusal to grant official recognition to the National Federation of Postal and Telegraph Clerks, seeing that it is an undoubted...

  • Telegraphic Delay, Pathhead. (2 speeches)

    Mr. WALLACE: 87. asked the Post master-General why delivery of telegrams from Pathhead Post Office, Kirkcaldy, has been stopped; and whether he is aware of the delay and inconvenience caused to...

  • Telephone Service. (2 speeches)

    88. asked the Postmaster-General when it is proposed to extend the toll area for telephone calls, and to what radius?

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

    100. asked the Minister of Agriculture whether any fresh outbreaks of foot and mouth disease have been reported in South Yorkshire during the past week; and when he expects to be able to declare...

  • Canadian Store Cattle Embargo. (2 speeches)

    101. asked the Minister of Agriculture if he has received a copy of the resolution which was passed unanimously by the Lancashire Council of Meat Traders, protesting against the continuance of...

  • Allotments Bill. (2 speeches)

    102. asked the Minister of Agriculture if he can now give an assurance that the Allotments Bill will be introduced before Easter and every opportunity be taken to pass it into law this Session?

  • Northampton Prison (Compensation Claim). (2 speeches)

    105. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury the particulars of the Act of Parliament under which ex-Engineer Blight, Northampton Prison, was refused compensation for injuries received in...

  • Life Annuities. (12 speeches)

    106. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether, in view of the fact that in the last periodic review of the business done in life annuities through the National Debt Commissioners and...

  • Customs (Clearance of Goods). (2 speeches)

    107. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury if he is aware that cases of goods under marks 2,900, 340, and 134/6 arrived in Hull, per ss. "Schwalbe," on the 6th December, and that the same...

  • Education.
  • Necessitous Aeeas (Grants). (2 speeches)

    110. asked the President of the Board of Education whether he proposes to continue the system of special grants to the education authorities in necessitous areas?

  • Choice of Employment (Schemes). (2 speeches)

    111. asked the President of the Board of Education whether he is aware that no announcement has yet been made on the Chelmsford Report on the Education (Choice of Employment) Act; that the period...

  • Engineering Trade Dispute. (4 speeches)

    (by Private Notice) asked the Minister of Labour whether he can give the House any information as to the engineering lock-out; whether, in particular, the Government have suggested arbitration,...

  • Questions to Ministers. (2 speeches)

    Sir J. D. REES: May I ask, Mr. Speaker, how an hon. Member can get an oral answer from the Secretary of State for the Home Department or the President of the Board of Education? Though I have...

  • Flour and Bread (Standard Quality) Bill,

    "to regulate the composition of flour milled as standard flour and of bread sold as standard bread," presented by Mr. HASLAM; supported by Lieut.-Colonel Raw and Major Molson; to be read a Second...