Oral Answers to Questions — Telephone Service

– in the House of Commons on .

Alert me about debates like this

  • Personal Case, Leeds (4 speeches)

    asked the Assistant Postmaster-General when Mr. J. Crosland, Palmerston Lodge, Fairburn, near Leeds, may expect to be supplied with the telephone for which he applied in 1951.

  • Blackpool (8 speeches)

    asked the Assistant Postmaster-General how many telephone subscribers in the Blackpool, North Shore, South Shore and Marton telephone exchanges use shared lines.

  • Whipps Cross Exchange, Leyton (4 speeches)

    asked the Assistant Postmaster-General when it is anticipated that the new automatic telephone exchange will be constructed and in use at Whipps Cross, Leyton; and, in consequence, what...

  • Royal Air Force
  • Used Lubricating Oils (6 speeches)

    asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air, taking into account present day costs of purchasing lubricating oil, the present day costs of re-refining used lubricating oil and the price today...

  • Helicopter Flights, London (5 speeches)

    asked the Undersecretary of State for Air on how many occasions Royal Air Force helicopters have been used for transportation purposes to or from built-up areas near the centre of London; and...

  • Royal Air Escort (Auxiliary Squadrons) (8 speeches)

    Air Commodore Harvey: asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air why the Royal Auxiliary Air Force fighter squadrons are not taking part in the Royal fly-past on Saturday, 15th May.

  • Pharmacy (Status) (6 speeches)

    asked the Under-secretary of State for Air whether he will give recognition to pharmacy as a distinct branch of the medical service in the Royal Air Force.

  • Wahnerheide Detention Barracks, Germany (4 speeches)

    asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air whether he has now received the report of the court of inquiry into the administration of the field punishment and detention unit at Wahnerheide,...

  • Railways
  • Superannuation (Representations) (10 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation if he has considered the telegram from the Railway Superannuitants Conference at Rhyl calling for a square deal for British Railway...

  • Trains (Driver-Guard Communication) (6 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation if he is aware that on British Railways there is no means provided by which the guard of a train can communicate with the engine driver of the...

  • Transport (3 speeches)

    As I indicated in reply to a Question by my hon. and gallant Friend the Member for Norfolk, Central (Brigadier Medlicott) on 28th October, 1953, the expenditure involved in setting up and manning...

  • Vehicles (Inspection) (1 speech)

    asked the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation whether, having regard to the view expressed by the Director of Road Research of his Department, that annual inspection of all vehicles would...

  • Trolley Buses (Replacement) (11 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation what increase in the number of public transport vehicles, licensed under his regulations, will result from the decision of the London Transport...

  • Traffic Census (Costs) (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation why local authorities are called upon to bear half the cost of the traffic census which is to be taken in August; and, as this is a national...