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  • Free State Army. (11 speeches)

    Mr. G WYNNE: 5. asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland, in view of the fact that by the Act for the ratification of the Treaty the number of soldiers that can be raised by the Provisional...

  • Outrages. (34 speeches)

    22. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether his attention has been drawn to a speech of Mr. Moylan, delivered at the Dail Eireann in Dublin on 28th April, in the presence of all the...

  • Royal Engineers (Unestablished Civilians). (2 speeches)

    49. asked the Financial Secretary to the War Office what recognition is being made to the temporary unestablished civilians attached to the Royal Engineers in Ireland whose connection with his...

  • Refugees (Distress Committee). (9 speeches)

    (by Private Notice) asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether he can give the House the Terms of Reference to the Irish Distress Committee presided over by the hon. and...

  • German Reparation. (8 speeches)

    Mr. MALONE: 13. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, in view of the fact that the Reparation Commission have received a reply to their last Note from Germany recognising the...

  • Short Weight (Legal Proceedings). (2 speeches)

    16. asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he is aware that, although inspectors of weights and measures can take legal action against the seller of goods where it is proved...

  • Liquor Traffic (State Management). (12 speeches)

    17. asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware that members of the State Management Council recently visited Maryport, near Carlisle, with the view to purchasing 29 licensed houses in West...

  • Asia Minor. (11 speeches)

    27. asked the Prime Minister whether His Majesty's Government has received details of the armed risings of the Greeks in the Samsun and Baffra areas of the Black Sea coast of Turkey in Asia...

  • School Children (Provision of Meals). (4 speeches)

    Mr. T. THOMSON: 28. asked the Prime Minister whether he is aware that, owing to continued unemployment, the present cost of school feeding is imposing an extra charge upon the ratepayers in...

  • Criminal Law Acts. (2 speeches)

    Mr. T. THOMSON: 29. asked the Prime Minister whether the Government propose this Session to pass a Bill amending the present Criminal Law Acts?

  • West Indies. (4 speeches)

    Mr. G. MURRAY: 21. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies when the Report of the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies upon his official visit to the West Indies will be published?

  • Hague Conference. (16 speeches)

    30. asked the Prime Minister whether the Dutch Government will pay for all the expenses of the proposed conferences regarding Russia to be held at The Hague in the same manner as the Italian...

  • Navy Estimates. (4 speeches)

    Captain BENN: 34. asked the Lord Privy Seal whether he can state, apart from reductions consequent upon the Washington Agreement, what is the net annual saving effected in the Naval Estimates?

  • House of Lords Reform. (8 speeches)

    Captain BENN: 35. asked the Lord Privy Seal whether he can give the House any official information about the progress of the movement for the reform of the House of Lords?

  • Revenue and Expenditure Returns. (2 speeches)

    36. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he can arrange in the weekly Revenue and Expenditure Returns to show separately the expenditure on the fighting services, the Civil Services, and...

  • Treasury Bills. (2 speeches)

    37. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what proportion of the Treasury Bills shown in the Floating Debt Return for March, 1922, consisted of bills deposited as collateral security for external...

  • Excise Revenue (Beer and Whisky). (2 speeches)

    38. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he can arrange to show separately in the Weekly Revenue Return the Excise revenue from beer and whisky?

  • International Credits. (2 speeches)

    Mr. MALONE: 39. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether His Majesty's Government has abandoned, or contem- plates abandoning, the scheme of international credits unanimously adopted at...

  • Union Pacific Railroad (Income Tax). (2 speeches)

    40. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether any appeal by the Inland Revenue Department has been lodged in the Union Pacific Railroad Rights case; and, if not, whether those persons who...

  • Government Audit (Local Authorities). (2 speeches)

    42. asked the Minister of Health whether, in view of the fact that the Ministry of Health has in recent years, as a condition precedent to granting sanction to loans or to agreeing to certain...

  • Housing (4 speeches)

    44. asked the Minister of Health whether he has received resolutions from the Horwich Urban Council asking for the extension of the Rent Restrictions Act, 1920, and requesting the continuance of...

  • Trade Facilities Act. (4 speeches)

    45. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether, under the Trade Facilities Act, 1921, £100,000 cash has been guaranteed to Messrs. Hugh Stevenson and Sons, Limited, and Messrs....

  • Wireless Broad-Casting. (3 speeches)

    Lieut.-Colonel MURRAY: 46. asked the Postmaster-General on what principle, and subject to what conditions, licences for wireless broad-casting stations are given to industrial concerns?

  • Unemployment Benefit. (15 speeches)

    47. asked the Minister of Labour whether, seeing that paragraph 6 of Circular U.I.A. 505 C compels local employment committees to refuse benefit to a single man or woman who lives with an adult...

  • Wild Birds Protection Bill. (2 speeches)

    18. asked the Home Secretary when the Wild Birds Protection Bill will be introduced?

  • Fireguards (Children Act, 1908). (2 speeches)

    19. asked the Home Secretary whether, in view of the fact that between 1,500 and 1,600 deaths of children occur every year in Great Britain as a result of being left alone in rooms with...

  • Protective Legislation. (2 speeches)

    Major BARNES: 25. asked the Prime Minister if the Government have knowledge of any other pledges than those already disclosed given by the Government since 3rd August, 1914, on which they propose...

  • Engineering Trade Dispute (Poor Law Relief). (36 speeches)

    Mr. ALFRED DAVIES (Clitheroe): —by Private Notice—asked the Minister of Health whether it is a fact that a recommendation or instruction has been given by his Department to any...