Oral Answers to Questions — Fuel and Power

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  • Miners (Statistics) (2 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Fuel and Power what was the wastage in the mines between 1st January and 19th September; how many new men or ex-miners began work in the mines in that period; and to what...

  • Shops and Offices (Heating) (7 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Fuel and Power whether it is on his instructions that the heating of shops and offices has been prohibited; and whether he has considered the special difficulties of those...

  • Coal Output (Instructions) (10 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Fuel and Power in how many cases instructions have been given by the Regional Coal Controllers as to the seams to be worked and the methods of conducting underground...

  • House Coat (Distribution) (6 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Fuel and Power whether he is aware that the poor people in the Brandon and By-shottles Urban District Council area have already had their coal allowance cut; and what remedy...

  • Alternative Fuels (2 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Fuel and Power what progress has been made in the production of petrol and/or other fuel from mines refuse or town sewage?

  • Absenteeism, Mines (1 speech)

    asked the Minister of Fuel and Power the figures of absenteeism

  • Ministry and Petroleum Board Officers (Petrol) (9 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Fuel and Power what class of officers in his Ministry, or connected with the Oil Fuel Board, are allowed to obtain petrol without coupons; and for what reason?

  • Oil and Petrol Prices (Service Departments) (5 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Fuel and Power whether the Petroleum Board sell oil and petrol to the Fighting Services; and what is the difference between the price charged by it and the price paid by it...

  • Medical Practitioners (Petrol Allowance) (2 speeches)

    Mr. Donald Scott: asked the Minister of Fuel and Power whether he is aware of the inconvenience suffered by medical practitioners in country districts caused by the present petrol restrictions...