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  • Deputations to Prime Minister. (12 speeches)

    asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the arrangements which are being made by him to interview certain private Members of the House at which important State affairs are to be discussed,...

  • Greater London. (3 speeches)

    asked the Minister for the Co-ordination of Defence whether his attention has been drawn to the increasing vulnerability of Greater London in the event of national emergency, due to the expansion...

  • Aero-Engines. (6 speeches)

    asked the Minister for the Co-ordination of Defence (1) whether it is the intention of the Government to finance the labour and material in addition to the buildings occupied in production of...

  • Electricity Supply. (4 speeches)

    Mr. DAVID ADAMS: asked the Minister of Transport why the Departmental Committee appointed by him to bring under review the organisation of the distribution of electricity in Great Britain sat in...

  • High Court of Justice (Official Shorthand Writers). (2 speeches)

    asked the Attorney-General whether any further progress has been made on the question of appointing official shorthand writers in the High Court of Justice, or whether the legal authorities have...

  • Time-Expired Soldiers (Employment). (4 speeches)

    asked the Secretary of State for War what proportion of time-expired soldiers of good character have been successful in finding regular employment for the year ending 31st December, 1935, or the...

  • Cotton Piece-Goods (Imports). (9 speeches)

    asked the President of the Board of Trade how many yards of foreign-woven cotton-cloth were imported into this country to be bleached, finished, or dyed and re-exported later marked "Made in...

  • Post Office (Ex-Service Men). (2 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General the number of ex-soldiers engaged for permament work by his Department during the year ending 31st December, 1935, or the nearest convenient date?

  • Wireless Programmes (Interference, Doncaster). (2 speeches)

    asked the Postmaster-General whether he is aware that Doncaster listeners residing near the omnibus routes experience interference in the reception of broadcasting programmes; and whether, as...

  • Housing (Statistics). (4 speeches)

    Mr. DAVID ADAMS: asked the Minister of Health the approximate number of dwelling-houses in England and Wales that were subject to the control of the Rent Restriction Acts on 30th September, 1936?

  • Peace Procession, Barking. (4 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary by what authority, and for what reason, the police ordered the postponement of a peace procession for two hours in Barking on Saturday, 14th November, 1936, and why the...