Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.

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  • Overtime. (6 speeches)

    33. asked the Secretary for Mines if he is now in a position to say what progress has been made respecting the investigation he proposed to institute regarding overtime being worked; and what...

  • Closed Mines. (5 speeches)

    34. asked the Secretary for Mines how many mines have been closed down in Lancashire since 1927 and how many during 1933; and how many mine-workers there were in Lancashire in 1927 and how many...

  • Abandoned Mines (Watee Dangers). (4 speeches)

    35. asked the Secretary for Mines if his Department keep a record of abandoned mines where the accumulation of water in them is likely to be a danger to adjoining mines that are working; and, if...

  • Miners' Welfare. (2 speeches)

    38. asked the Secretary for Mines the present position with regard to the responsibility for miners' welfare provision at Wood End and the application of the Wednesfield Urban District Council...

  • Silicosis (Stone Dust). (6 speeches)

    37. asked the Secretary for Mines whether he is prepared to set up a committee to inquire into the effect of stone dusting as a contributory cause of silicosis?

  • Naval and Military Pensions and Grants. (6 speeches)

    40. asked the Minister of Pensions the number of ex-service men who are receiving a special sanction award under the arrangements made for dealing with claims submitted outside the statutory...

  • Sugar-Beet (Acreage, Norfolk). (2 speeches)

    43. asked the Minister of Agriculture the number of acres under sugar-beet in the county of Norfolk for the last three seasons, respectively?