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  • Expenditure. (1 speech)

    Sir J. D. REES: 79. asked the President of the Board of Education whether he will give the total estimated expenditure from rates and taxes upon education in England, Scotland, and Wales for the...

  • Day Continuation Schools. (3 speeches)

    80. asked the President of the Board of Education whether he has sanctioned arrangements under Sections 6 and 13 or any other Section of the Education Act, 1921, whereby students residing in one...

  • Timber Sale (Abbeycwmhir). (6 speeches)

    81. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether his attention has been called to the sale of 2,178 tons of timber at. Abbeycwmhir at 21s. per ton by the Timber Disposal Department whether...

  • War Loan Policies (Prudential Assurance Company). (4 speeches)

    83. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether, in view of the provisions of the Assurance Companies Bill, he can obtain information as to how many War Bond policies have been issued by...

  • Telephones (Railway Stations). (2 speeches)

    85. asked the Postmaster-General to what extent, if any, he contemplates the installation of telephones at railway stations as part of his programme of developing telephone facilities in rural areas?

  • Textiles Surplus, Limited. (7 speeches)

    86. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury who are Textiles Surplus, Limited; what is their capital; what was the nature of the contract entered into by the Disposal Board with them; and...

  • Disturbance, Bermondsey. (5 speeches)

    87. asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he is aware that on the evening of Thursday, 11th May, whilst a number of workmen were peaceably discussing the circumstances of the...

  • Remand Prisoners (Segregation). (2 speeches)

    Mr. L. MALONE: 88. asked the Home Secretary whether his attention has been drawn to the evidence given at the trial of Ronald True at the Old Bailey by Warder Dickinson regarding a conversation...

  • Taxi-Cab Fares. (5 speeches)

    Colonel NEWMAN: 90. asked the Home Secretary whether he has received any communication from any society, association, or union that represents the travelling public to the effect that the fares...

  • Women Police Patrols. (2 speeches)

    91. asked the Home Secretary how many of the present women patrols have been offered posts with the Metropolitan Police; how many have refused such posts; and for what reasons?

  • Metropolitan Police (Imber Court Estate). (2 speeches)

    92. asked the Home Secretary what was the original cost to the police fund of the Imber Court Estate; when was this purchased, and for what purpose; what was the cost of upkeep in 1921; and, in...

  • Motor Car Tyres. (2 speeches)

    93. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether, seeing that the only accessories of motor cars that are not subject to import duties are motor tyres, he will take steps to have these articles...

  • Coventry Fire Brigade. (2 speeches)

    (by Private Notice) asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware that the Lock-out Committee of the Amalgamated Engineering Union in Coventry is prohibiting the members of the fire brigade at the...

  • Finance Bill. (4 speeches)

    May I ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer when the Finance Bill will be in the hands of hon. Members, seeing that in former years it has always been circulated in the first week, and the time for...