Major Hon. Hugh Moulton

Former MP for Salisbury

Recent appearances

  • Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Unemployment Compensation. 2 Oct 1924

    40. asked the Minister of Agriculture whether, as agricultural labourers cannot draw unemployment pay, he will introduce legislation to enable compensation to be given to them when they are thrown out of employment by a Government Department requiring the sheep or cattle which they attend to be slaughtered?
  • Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Unemployment Compensation. 2 Oct 1924

    Has the right hon. Gentleman considered those cases, though few in number, in which the hardship is very real, and if the amount in question is so small, could he not see his way to give some compensation to these people?
  • Orders of the Day — London Traffic Bill.: Clause 10. — (Power to make Regulations.) 1 Aug 1924

    I would like the House to understand that these Regulations, once made, are exactly in the same position as the Clause of a Bill. They have exactly the same authority and interpretation. Anybody who has any practical experience—I speak only as a young Member—knows that the chance of getting Government time to disapprove of the Regulations made by a Minister of that Government is...

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