Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply.

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  • Basic Slag. (2 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Supply what measures have been devised to enable farmers in remote parts of Britain to obtain supplies of basic slag by rail at the same charges for freight as those paid by...

  • Timber Products (Prices). (2 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Supply whether, in view of the fact that forestry workers, foresters and woodmen, are classified as agricultural workers, and that as such their wages have been statutorily...

  • Scrap Rubber Dumps. (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Supply whether he is aware that the scrap rubber collection scheme makes garages into local tyre collection dumps; that nearly all garages are now closed down and that fire...

  • Rubber Reclamation. (3 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Supply whether he is aware that although no steps were taken before the Japanese entry into the war to extend reclaiming plant, the research departments of his Ministry have...

  • Tube and Tube Fitting Contracts. (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Supply the value of orders for tubes and tube fittings given by Government Departments during the past 12 months to firms represented on the Tube Board and to firms not so...

  • Munition Production (Firm's Offer). (5 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Supply why it is that there has been a delay of more than 18 months in accepting the offer of a certain firm to produce a munition of war, of which the identity has been...

  • Discarded Service Boots (Sale). (9 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Supply why two firms, particulars of which have been communicated to him by the hon. Member for Pudsey and Otley, are able to advertise for sale nearly 1,000,000 pairs of...