Results 61–80 of 180 for speaker:Mr Louis Tolley

Orders of the Day — Supply: National Assistance Board (24 Feb 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: Will my right hon. Friend deal with the question of Poles?

Orders of the Day — Supply: House of Commons (24 Feb 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: There is no original Estimate before the Committee, is there?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Insurance: Friendly Society Staffs (8 Feb 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: Can my right hon. Friend tell the House the total percentage of those so displaced by the new Act who have now been given full employment?

Orders of the Day — President Truman and Marshal Stalin (Proposed Meeting) (7 Feb 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: By whom, in the main?

Orders of the Day — American Aid and European Payments (Financial Pro- Visions) Bill (28 Jan 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: I do not propose to devote any of the time at my disposal to answering the vulgar, insulting criticisms which have been the main topic of the speech of the hon. Member for Orpington (Sir W. Smithers). I will leave others to judge the nature and context of his remarks. The Bill which we have been discussing for two days is both historic and significant. It is historic in the sense that for...

Orders of the Day — Wireless Telegraphy Bill: Clause 10. — (Regulations as to radiation of electro-magnetic energy, etc.) (25 Jan 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: I take exactly the opposite view from that of the hon. Member for Thirsk and Malton (Mr. Turton). I think my right hon. Friend has shown a great deal of enthusiasm in introducing the proposed new Clause and I should like to congratulate him accordingly. I think this is being done from the right angle. It would be creating great hardship on people who have endeavoured in every way to perfect...

Orders of the Day — Wireless Telegraphy Bill: New Schedule. — (Procedure in Relation to Suspension and Revocation of Authorities to Wireless Personnel.) (25 Jan 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: If I thought that the Amendment would achieve anything of the nature or character suggested, I would support it, but, even assuming that the person who is affected by the decision is allowed to see the report, I think it will in no way affect the decision as it stands. It will merely give him a right to see the report. I should like to ask the Postmaster-General if it is not also laid down ...

Orders of the Day — Wireless Telegraphy Bill: New Schedule. — (Procedure in Relation to Suspension and Revocation of Authorities to Wireless Personnel.) (25 Jan 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: Could I make an appeal to the Minister? Even though he is not prepared to make any concrete offer at this stage, will he take the matter back for reconsideration and see if he can find words which would meet the wishes of the Committee?

Orders of the Day — Landlord and Tenant (Rent Control) Bill (24 Jan 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: On a point of Order, Mr. Deputy-Speaker. May I ask what this has to do with housing?

Orders of the Day — Landlord and Tenant (Rent Control) Bill (24 Jan 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: Get on with the Bill.

Orders of the Day — Landlord and Tenant (Rent Control) Bill (24 Jan 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: Not only for profit but for exploitation.

Orders of the Day — Landlord and Tenant (Rent Control) Bill (24 Jan 1949)

Mr Louis Tolley: What happened before the war?

Orders of the Day — British Assets, Burma (Compensation) (8 Dec 1948)

Mr Louis Tolley: Will the hon. and gallant Member give some instances?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Insurance: Poles (Assistance) (30 Nov 1948)

Mr Louis Tolley: Will my right hon. Friend make inquiries about the many complaints which are being received from displaced persons of British origin who are enjoying similar accommodation but are being charged heavy fees while they know that these people are living upon the British taxpayers free? It is causing great indignation and there should certainly be an investigation made into it.

Orders of the Day — Coal Industry Bill (29 Nov 1948)

Mr Louis Tolley: Keep looking.

Iron and Steel Bill (Allocation of Time) (25 Nov 1948)

Mr Louis Tolley: It was made. It was heard by me.

Iron and Steel Bill (Allocation of Time) (25 Nov 1948)

Mr Louis Tolley: On a point of Order, Mr. Deputy-Speaker. What has the hon. and learned Member's speech to do with the Motion under discussion?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Co-operative Societies (Allocations) (15 Nov 1948)

Mr Louis Tolley: Does my hon. Friend not agree that the membership of the cooperative societies is generally known, and that the basis of allocations is, even now, far below what it might otherwise have been?

Oral Answers to Questions — International Situation (11 Nov 1948)

Mr Louis Tolley: Does not the Prime Minister agree that during the war years meetings of this character between the leaders of the great nations were of great value and rendered very great service to mankind, and that, in view of the world situation, they might easily do the same today?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Regulations (Knackers' Yards) (11 Nov 1948)

Mr Louis Tolley: Would not my hon. Friend agree that in some cases the imposition of a fine, however large, is no penalty upon the offender; and in particularly severe cases is it not right that new instructions should be given to magistrates trying those cases that prison is the only penalty in order to prevent this happening?


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