Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.

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  • Kent. (2 speeches)

    44. asked the Minister of Health whether he has yet received from the Kent County Council a copy of the survey required by the Housing (No. 2) Act, 1930; if he will state how many houses are...

  • British Materials. (5 speeches)

    Major OWEN: 50. asked the Minister of Health if he will press upon all local authorities engaged in housing schemes aided by Government subsidies to give preference to British materials on the...

  • National Expenditure (Ministers' Salaries). (4 speeches)

    The following Question stood upon the Order Paper in the name of Sir ASSHETON POWNALL:

  • Income Tax (Property Assessment). (2 speeches)

    46. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what instructions have been issued to inspec- tors of taxes with regard to the reduction of assessment on property now being revalued under Schedule A?

  • Imperial Service Medal. (2 speeches)

    47. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury the names of the members of the selection committee for awards of the Imperial Service Medal, and by whom appointed; and what are the regulations...

  • Casual Ward Acoommodation, Leytonstone. (4 speeches)

    51. asked the Minister of Health what is the nightly accommodation in the casual ward at Union Road, Leytonstone; what number of applicants have been refused admission; what instructions have to...

  • Manganese Mines, Burma (Labour Conditions). (4 speeches)

    16. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether, in view of the fact that the labour employed in the manganese mines in Burma is supplied by the criminal tribes settlement, he will take...

  • Beet-Sugar Industry. (8 speeches)

    36. asked the Minister of Agriculture if he will state the numbers of factories which have concluded agreements satisfactorily to the beet-sugar growers under the terms of the Government offer;...