Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry

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  • Porter Awards (Cost) (3 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Fuel and Power the estimated annual cost of the Porter Awards on overtime and holidays with pay, respectively, in adition to the £5,000,000 per annum announced as the...

  • Managers (Power of Suspension) (3 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Fuel and Power whether he has considered the letter, dated 10th March, addressed to the Controller General by the Mining Association of Great Britain, informing him that the...

  • Necessitous Undertakings (5 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Fuel and Power the average output per man-shift at those collieries which have become necessitous undertakings in the Lancashire coalfield and the average figures for the...

  • Gas and Electricity Meter Rents (3 speeches)

    Mr. De la Bère: asked the Minister of Fuel and Power whether, in view of the widespread system of charging meter rents by gas and electricity undertakings, he will investigate the system...

  • Fuel Economy (8 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Fuel and Power whether, in imposing fuel restrictions on shops and offices, he will take into account the necessity of drying the clothes of the workers involved during wet...

  • Royal Air Force (Flying Badges) (9 speeches)

    asked the Secretary of State for Air whether he is aware that numbers of men who, after qualifying in the R.A.E. to wear wings, have been grounded sod discharged from the R.A.F. without fault on...

  • Education Bill (Re-Print) (4 speeches)

    I desire to ask you, Mr. Speaker, a question of which I have given you notice, namely, Why, in the re-printed copy of the Education Bill, as amended in Committee, the Clauses after Clause 82 are...

  • Questions to Ministers (2 speeches)

    The following Question stood upon the Order Paper in the name of Sir AUSTIN HUDSON: To ask the Minister of Information if he will take steps to see that London newspapers and the B.B.C. do not...