Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.

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  • Local Authorities' Schemes. (5 speeches)

    Mr. T. THOMSON: 31. asked the Minister of Health whether his attention has been drawn to the figures in the Registrar-General's Report for 1920 showing that the marriage rate was the highest on...

  • Rates (Remission). (2 speeches)

    38. asked the Minister of Health when the Cabinet will be able to consider, as suggested, the desirability of temporarily assisting private building enterprise by partial or complete remission of...

  • Rent Restrictions Act. (2 speeches)

    39. asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that there are a number of hardworking people who, by reason of their thrift, have been able to purchase a house to live in but who, under the...

  • Grays. (2 speeches)

    40. asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that in the district of Grays there is still a waiting list of several hundred applicants for houses: that the Department recently gave...

  • Lunatic Asylums (Women Visitors). (2 speeches)

    34. asked the Minister of Health the number of county and borough council lunatic asylums who have no women members on the visiting committees of their asylums; and how many women patients are...

  • Edmondsley Parish Council, Durham. (7 speeches)

    35. asked the Minister of Health whether he has yet received the auditor's report on the accounts of the Edmondsley Parish Council, county Durham; and, if so, whether he will indicate the nature...

  • Reservoir Works, Ashford Common (Employes' Accimmodation). (4 speeches)

    Lieut.-Colonel J. WARD: 36. asked the Minister of Health whether his attention has been called to the absence of housing accommodation for the workmen and their families employed upon the new...

  • Local Authorities (Bank over-Drafts). (2 speeches)

    37. asked the Minister of Health how many local authorities, guardians and municipal, have, so far as his information goes, been notified by the banks that the latter cannot permit any more...

  • Old Age Pensions. (2 speeches)

    33. asked the Minister of Health whether he can state what the estimated extra cost would amount to if, in estimating the means of old persons for the purpose of assessing the amount of their old...

  • Irish Office. (11 speeches)

    Lieut.-Colonel Sir F. HALL: 43. asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland why two assistant under-secretaries are employed in the Irish Office as compared with one in 1921–22; who is the...

  • Russia (Oil Concessions). (6 speeches)

    49. asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the statement that a monopoly concession over the Russian oilfields is about to be granted to a single oil group, he will take steps to...