Results 41–60 of 3245 for speaker:Dr Christopher Addison

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force.: Contracts (Control of Prices). (18 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: Is it not a fact that there is no special feature attached to the manufacture of aircraft engines any more than to any other types of engines, and are not the experiences of the War worth at least the right hon. Gentleman's examination?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force.: Contracts (Control of Prices). (18 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: Can the right hon. Gentleman give the name of any Government factory during the War to which that applied?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force.: Contracts (Control of Prices). (18 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: Was it not a fact that it was only after the Ministry undertook to supply the ingredients and to control all the detailed prices of the aircraft industry that we obtained a big reduction in prices?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force.: Contracts (Control of Prices). (18 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: indicated dissent.

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Health. (17 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: Like many other hon. Members I was cheered by seeing the right hon. Gentleman rise as Minister of Health to move the Vote of his Department. He reminded the Committee that several years ago I had the honour of introducing him to the Ministry of Health. All I can say is that if he serves his party now as assiduously in the Department as he did then, he will add another achievement to his...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Health. (17 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: No.

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Health. (17 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: I never suggested anything of the kind. I said that I was well aware that the services will take years to develop. The hon. Member must give me credit for not thinking that the cure is in the mere spending of money.

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Health. (17 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: No such suggestion was made by me in any form whatever. That is a piece of inaccurate reporting from the hon. Member.

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Health. (17 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: Can the hon. Member give us any information as to the form of the inquiry?

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Health. (17 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: How many maternity centres have you provided in the last four years?

Orders of the Day — British Sugar (Subsidy) Bill. (12 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: I beg to move, to leave out from "That", to the end of the Question, and to add instead thereof: whilst opposed to An abrupt termination of the subsidy, payable in respect of sugar, this House takes into account the fact that this State assistance, which was intended to benefit agriculture, has been used to strengthen private monopolies and increase their profits and therefore cannot assent...

Orders of the Day — British Sugar (Subsidy) Bill. (12 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: We have to remember that that is agricultural labour which is maintained in employment in connection with the cultivation of sugar-beet. The right hon. Gentleman reminds us that it does not apply to the whole year, but it is a substantial long-term addition to employment in agriculture. We should view with dismay the position of this number of labourers suddenly deprived of this opportunity...

Orders of the Day — British Sugar (Subsidy) Bill. (12 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: Chapter 10, I believe, although I cannot turn to the paragraph at once. It is in the report all right. I am glad to see it, because it shows that we are getting on. It is a very vital ingredient in this matter. That point brings me to another important consideration, which is the effect which would be produced upon retail prices by the sudden withdrawal of the subsidy and of all this...

Orders of the Day — British Sugar (Subsidy) Bill. (12 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: I do not want to misrepresent the right hon. and gallant Gentleman, but if he refers to the report of our last Debate he will see that there was a little interchange between us. We regard the control of retail prices and distribution as an essential part of any system of the organised control of supplies, and we are very glad that this Committee recommended it. Behind our Amendment is a...

Orders of the Day — British Sugar (Subsidy) Bill. (12 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: I am sure the right hon. Gentleman does not want to misrepresent me. At the very beginning I said that, although the Committee made no recommendation, they did put forfard, in the alternative, this scheme. I think I made that quite plain.

Orders of the Day — British Sugar (Subsidy) Bill. (12 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: May I interrupt?

Orders of the Day — British Sugar (Subsidy) Bill. (12 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: I am anxious to understand the right hon. Gentleman, and may I ask him this question? The calculation he is now presenting includes the 7s. 9d. per cwt. which is the Dominion preference. In one form or another the calculation he has presented includes that, and I want the right hon. Gentleman to tell us whether he suggests the 7s. 9d. preference should be continued for the Dominion sugar and...

Orders of the Day — British Sugar (Subsidy) Bill. (12 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: They included it.

Orders of the Day — British Sugar (Subsidy) Bill. (12 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: I desire to say on behalf of my colleagues on these benches that we associate ourselves with the Motion before the House. There is one point beyond that mentioned by the Noble Lord of which I am sure the House will take account. It is set out in paragraph 11 of the Report, on page VII. As the Noble Lord has said, our business was not to consider an issue that had been dealt with by the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Aviation.: Aircraft and Engines (Exports). (11 Jul 1935)

Dr Christopher Addison: 51. asked the President of the Board of Trade the number of aircraft and of aircraft engines made by British manuacturers exported during the year ended May, 1935, and, in particular, what numbers of aircraft and of engines have been supplied to China, Japan, Germany, and Italy, respectively?


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