Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.

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  • Domestic Supplies. (13 speeches)

    Mr. McNeil: asked the Secretary for Mines whether he is now in a position to make a statement on the methods he proposes to employ to ensure that housewives occupying the higher flats of...

  • Absenteeism. (2 speeches)

    asked the Secretary for Mines, whether he will give comparative figures for 1939 and for the latest convenient date in the mining industry, showing absenteeism owing to sickness, accident and...

  • Exports. (3 speeches)

    asked the Secretary for Mines, what was the tonnage of coal exported from this country in the last completed year before the war; and what is the approximate annual export to-day?

  • Unprofitable Seams. (6 speeches)

    asked the Secretary for Mines whether any steps have been taken to meet the complaint that colliery companies are working the uncommercial seams of coal, not normally in production, to the...

  • Colliery Canteens, Haydock. (2 speeches)

    asked the Secretary for Mines what steps have been taken to effect an efficient canteen service at the Boston and Woodpit Collieries in Haydock, Lancashire; and whether he is satisfied that...

  • Production. (4 speeches)

    Mr. David Adams: asked the Secretary for Mines whether he has considered the desirability of appointing expert technicians to investigate the question of production in collieries, and their most...

  • Apprenticeship. (2 speeches)

    Mr. David Adams: asked the Secretary for Mines, what progress has been made as to the question of apprenticeship in the mining industry?