Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.

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  • Domestic Servants (Insurance). (2 speeches)

    14. asked the Minister of Labour whether he has received any suggestions that domestic servants should be placed under the operation of the Unemployment Insurance Act; and whether, since there is...

  • Foundry Labourers. (5 speeches)

    18. asked the Minister of Labour whether labourers in foundries who have lost their employment by reason of the engineering lock-out are not to receive unemployment benefit; if so, whether he is...

  • Employment Exchange, Blaina. (4 speeches)

    19. asked the Minister of Labour if he is aware of the dissatisfaction that exists among the unemployed of Nantyglo and Blaina at the way they are dealt with at the Employment Exchange; that on...

  • Women, London. (6 speeches)

    21. asked the Minister of Labour the total number of women on the unemployment register for London at the present time, and what are the principal trades in which such women are registered; is he...

  • Poor Law Relief. (3 speeches)

    28. asked the Minister of Health whether he is prepared to grant a return showing the amounts spent by boards of guardians in relieving unemployed persons; and whether he is aware that boards of...

  • Building Trade (Wages and Hours). (2 speeches)

    Mr. MALONE: 20. asked the Minister of Labour, seeing that there is a dispute in progress in the building industry, that wages in this industry are already regulated under a sliding scale which...

  • Health Insurance Acts. (4 speeches)

    22. asked the Minister of Health whether any statistics exist showing the percentage of persons who, making payments under the Health Insurance Acts and registering with a panel doctor, yet never...

  • Milk. (10 speeches)

    Mr. T. THOMSON: 24. asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware of the pressing urgency of making better provision for securing a pure supply of milk for human consumption; and how soon will...

  • Electoral Reform. (4 speeches)

    Sir J. D. REES: 29. asked the Minister of Health what is the substance of the Report on electoral reform he has prepared for submission to the Government?

  • Lunacy Act (Certification). (2 speeches)

    30. asked the Minister of Health whether, in view of the fact that Section 49 of the Lunacy Act constitutes (in default of action by the commissioners or the medical superintendent) the sole...

  • Rates, Willesden (Nonpayment). (2 speeches)

    35. asked the Minister of Health if his attention has been called to the case of a man summoned at Willesden for non-payment of rates who pleaded inability, but who, it transpired, was buying his...

  • Deaths from Privation (Returns). (2 speeches)

    36. asked the Minister of Health if he is aware that the request to the coroners from the Local Government Board always contained a caution that the Return should include only cases where the...

  • Married Women (Presumption of Coercion). (2 speeches)

    38. asked the Attorney-General whether it is now proposed to take steps to repeal the law by which wives charged jointly with their husbands with certain criminal offences are presumed to have...

  • Friendly Societies' Returns (Fees). (2 speeches)

    37. asked the Minister of Health whether any representation has been made to him in respect of the recommendation of the Geddes Committee relating to a suggested charge being made for registering...

  • Contagious Diseases Acts, Uganda. (4 speeches)

    39. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies if his attention has been drawn to the Contagious Diseases Acts now operating in Uganda, which compel chiefs, none of whom has had a medical...