Results 21–40 of 180 for speaker:Mr Louis Tolley

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Parade Regulations (12 Jul 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: Will my right hon. Friend refute or comment on the suggestion that any person in that condition cannot be dealt with until the review has ended?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: National Research Development Corporation (30 Jun 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: May I ask what are the terms of reference of the Committee, as I regard them as important?

Oral Answers to Questions — Water Supply, London (30 Jun 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: Would my right hon. Friend consider approaching the Prime Minister with a view to setting up a Royal Commission to go into the whole question of water conservation?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 10. — (Pool Betting Duty.) (22 Jun 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: If that argument holds good, they can afford to pay 10 per cent. additional tax.

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1949–50 (1 Jun 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: May the hon. Gentleman be forgiven. As he knows, one of the main reasons given why the essential workers cannot be attracted to the countryside is because the farmers cannot build them a fit place to live in.

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1949–50 (1 Jun 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: The country cannot afford to wait until the hon. Gentleman's party is returned.

Orders of the Day — Rural Water Supplies (1 Jun 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: Would the hon. Gentleman tell the House, and incidentally the country, why, when there were thousands of men unemployed and plenty of material was rotting on the scrap heaps, these things were not carried out by his party or the Conservative Party in power?

Orders of the Day — Rural Water Supplies (1 Jun 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: Would the hon. Gentleman give some concrete illustrations of the delays and the responsibility with which he charges the Minister, rather than make bald statements?

Orders of the Day — Rural Water Supplies (1 Jun 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: If the hon. Gentleman will give a specific case we shall be able to fix the blame. He has not given one.

Orders of the Day — Rural Water Supplies (1 Jun 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: That does not answer the question.

Orders of the Day — Rural Water Supplies (1 Jun 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: The Tories should have supplied it.

Orders of the Day — Rural Water Supplies (1 Jun 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: I have listened with very great interest to the Debate so far and I am glad that it has been held. There can be no shadow of doubt that one of the most pressing problems in the minds of the Government at the present time is the question of water supplies for rural areas. I have listened to right hon. and hon. Gentlemen opposite speaking, but we must remember that the past has something to do...

Orders of the Day — Rural Water Supplies (1 Jun 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: I apologise for my slip, Mr. Bowles. I say that the Opposition have not had due regard to this all-important question.

Orders of the Day — Rural Water Supplies (1 Jun 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: I reply to the right hon. Gentleman that one swallow never made a summer. I have the honour to represent one of the largest rural constituencies, and I claim to know what I am talking about. I am talking seriously about this matter, because I am deeply concerned about it. While I am in this House I shall endeavour to see that there is no delay by the Government in bringing about the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Railway Strike, North Eastern Region (30 May 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: Will not my right hon. Friend take some action in this matter with a view to bringing the parties together and thus avoiding what will otherwise be a very unfortunate position? Why wait until a national disaster takes place before the Minister takes a hand?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture: Pig Production (Increase) (19 May 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: Will my right hon. Friend still further encourage pig clubs and give a guarantee that an equivalent amount of feedingstuffs will be given to pig clubs?

Oral Answers to Questions — International Children's Fund (16 May 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: Would my right hon. Friend consider inviting the Soviet Union, who are responsible for this terrible situation, to do at least something for these unfortunate children?

Oral Answers to Questions — Gerhardt Eisler (Arrest) (16 May 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: Is my right hon. Friend quite satisfied that the request by the American Government and the arrest of this man is valid under international law?

North Atlantic Treaty (12 May 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: They have the right to refuse Marshall Aid.


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