Oral Answers to Questions — Iraq.

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  • Oil Concessions. (3 speeches)

    31. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether any explorations or drilling for oils is proceeding in Iraq, and with what result; what companies or persons are engaged in this work;...

  • British Mandate. (2 speeches)

    33. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether King Feisal and the Iraq Ministry have informed Sir Percy Cox that the people of Iraq have refused the British Mesopotamian Mandate?

  • Shops Act. (2 speeches)

    35. asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he is aware that a comprehensive Bill to amend the Shops Acts has been promised for some time; and whether he proposes to...

  • Mounted Police. (2 speeches)

    36. asked the Home Secretary the number of mounted police in this country for each year from 1913 to date, and the number of motor cycles and cars in use by the police covering the same years?

  • Taxi-Cab Fares. (2 speeches)

    Colonel NEWMAN: 37. 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...

  • Probation of Offenders Act. (2 speeches)

    38. asked the Home Secretary whether, in view of the statement contained in the Report of the Departmental Committee on Probation Officers, that out of 1,034 courts of summary jurisdiction in...

  • Factory Acts. (4 speeches)

    39. asked the Home Secretary whether it is the intention of the Government to introduce this Session a Bill to amend the Factory Acts?

  • Inspector of Factories (Report). (2 speeches)

    40. asked the Home Secretary when the Report of His Majesty's Chief Inspector of Factories will be presented to Parliament?

  • Poisons. (2 speeches)

    41. asked the Home Secretary whether his attention has been drawn to a case of strychnine poisoning by misadventure in which one of His Majesty's judges suggested that mistakes of this kind could...

  • Motor Parks (London Streets). (4 speeches)

    42. asked the Home Secretary whether he can state clearly, for the guidance of motorists, exactly where motor vehicles may be parked in the London streets; whether he can ensure that the police...

  • Ex-Service Men (Orkney and Shetland). (2 speeches)

    Sir M. SMITH: 43. asked the Secretary for Scotland whether, in view of the fact that no land settlements have yet been effected for ex-service men in Orkney while 165 are on the waiting list,...