Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.

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  • Hugo Friedberger. (4 speeches)

    asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether the certificate of naturalisa- tion of Hugo Friedberger, whose appeal against a conviction for a currency offence was dismissed by...

  • Prosecution, Luton. (4 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary why Alfred Evans, of Luton, who is practically blind, was prosecuted for refusing to register for Civil Defence?

  • Detainees. (19 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary why criminal proceedings were not instituted against Mr. Benjamin Greene, late justice of the peace, on account of three charges laid against him amounting, in effect, to...

  • Internees, Canada. (4 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary whether he is taking steps to make with the Canadian Government an arrangement similar to that already made with the Government of the Commonwealth of Australia, whereby...

  • Part-Time Volunteers. (8 speeches)

    Mr. Bower: asked the Home Secretary how many voluntary Civil Defence workers have, as a result of the compulsion applied to them, resigned in the County of Middlesex; and whether he can state...

  • Fire Service. (4 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary whether there is any limitation on the period of leave which may be granted to a married woman serving in the National Fire Service, so that she may be on leave at the...

  • Pietro Mariano Salerni. (4 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary why Pietro Mariano Salerni, an Italian sub- ject and Fascist, is allowed to be at large and to visit factories which are making secret munitions of war?