Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.

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  • Women Fire-Guaeds (Compensation for Injuries). (6 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary whether he will give an assurance that women will not be called upon for compulsory fire-watching without an undertaking that compensation equal to that received by men...

  • Publication, "when Russia Invades Palestine." (6 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary whether he has considered the copy sent to him of the 4th edition of the publication "When Russia invades Palestine," published May, 1942, which, by its inferences and...

  • Invasion Instruction (Women). (6 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary whether, following the publication of the leaflet "Plans for Civilian Action in Invasion," it is proposed to instruct women who are anxious to use their spare time for...

  • MR. Cahir Healy (Detention). (7 speeches)

    asked the Home Secretary what form of inquiry has been held in place of the Advisory Committee appeal into the case of Mr. Cahir Healy, M.P.; and whether he has decided to hold Mr. Healy for the...

  • Whole-Time Worker's Discharge, Streatham. (4 speeches)

    Mr. Robertson: asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware of the treatment accorded to Mr. W. A. Pennington, of Streatham, a whole-time Civil Defence rescue worker for two and a half years,...

  • Firemen, South London (Alternative Work Scheme). (6 speeches)

    Mr. Robertson: asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware of the successful efforts of Fireman A. T. Evans and other firemen whereby the Marco Refrigerator Company agreed to instal light...