Results 1–20 of 237 for speaker:Mr Walter Ayles

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Aviation: London Airport (Extension) (25 Jun 1952)

Mr Walter Ayles: asked the Minister of Civil Aviation if he is aware that hard ship is caused to those resident owners of property within the area affected by the proposed extension of London Airport, due to the fact they cannot sell their property if compelled to leave the district; and what steps he is taking to alleviate this hardship.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Aviation: London Airport (Extension) (25 Jun 1952)

Mr Walter Ayles: asked the Minister of Civil Aviation on what basis the owners of businesses within the area affected by the proposed extension to London Air port ill be compensated for the loss of such businesses.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Aviation: London Airport (Extension) (25 Jun 1952)

Mr Walter Ayles: asked the Minister of Civil Aviation whether, in view of the prolonged anxiety caused to residents and property-owners within the area affected by the proposed extension of London Air port because of the uncertainty of the compensation provisions, he will appoint a committee of inquiry to consider the problems of compensation involved and make recommendations.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Aviation: London Airport (Extension) (25 Jun 1952)

Mr Walter Ayles: In view of the obvious injustice that is being done to residents and businessmen in this district owing to the depreciation of the value of their houses and businesses, does the Minister not think it right to ask for an inquiry so that there may be some satisfaction on both sides? The Ministry would know that they were doing the right thing by these people and, on the other hand, residents...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Hayes and Harlington (11 Mar 1952)

Mr Walter Ayles: asked the Minister of Labour the number of unemployed and the number on short-time in Hayes and Harlington, Middlesex, on the last convenient date.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Hayes and Harlington (11 Mar 1952)

Mr Walter Ayles: Is the Minister aware that last Friday the E.M.I. discharged 500 men and that next week they are to discharge over 200? Will he consult with his right hon. Friend the Minister of Supply with a view to re-opening the Royal Ordnance Factory in Hayes, which at present is on

Orders of the Day — Safety of Employment (Employers' Liability) Bill (11 Feb 1949)

Mr Walter Ayles: I beg to second the Motion. Let me dispose of the criticism that the Bill is too short for its great purpose. Let me suggest that the greatest Teacher of all time summed up the whole of the Law and the Prophets in a bill of one clause, saying, "That shalt love the Lord thy God and thy neighbour as thyself." This Bill embodies the injunction that we should love our neighbours as ourselves....

Orders of the Day — Safety of Employment (Employers' Liability) Bill (11 Feb 1949)

Mr Walter Ayles: I did deal with the vast advances that have been made, including our own Acts during the last three years.

Orders of the Day — Safety of Employment (Employers' Liability) Bill (11 Feb 1949)

Mr Walter Ayles: If the hon. Member will look at my speech in HANSARD tomorrow, he will see that I referred to the work which the trade unions are doing in this field.

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Manpower and Maintenance Units (2 Jul 1947)

Mr Walter Ayles: asked the Secretary of State for Air whether the Manpower Economy Committee have reported on the utilisation of manpower and maintenance units; and whether they have investigated the situation at No. 4 M.U.

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill (22 May 1947)

Mr Walter Ayles: I very much regret having to oppose the Third Reading of this Bill. For nearly half a century I, and thousands of others, have been doing a great deal of pioneer work, at great personal sacrifice, to establish this Government in power. During the whole of that time our party has been opposed to compulsory military service, and I consider that the best service I can render to my party is to...

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill (22 May 1947)

Mr Walter Ayles: By no stretch of imagination does anyone think that what was said in that pamphlet did not include freedom from industrial and military conscription. My fundamental objection to this Bill is that conscription assumes that the State is God, with power of life and death, not only over the bodies and minds of its citizens, but over their souls as well. That is the Nazi doctrine of the State God....

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill (22 May 1947)

Mr Walter Ayles: With due respect, Mr. Deputy-Speaker, this Bill seeks to conscript men, to train them for war, and to take part in war. It destroys their powers of choice on whether they will take part in a war. The gravamen of our charge against the Government is that this Bill destroys a choice which members of the Government have claimed in the past, in regard to wars that have been waged during our own...

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill: New Clause. — (Exemption for persons engaged in production of coal-mining machinery.) (9 May 1947)

Mr Walter Ayles: I beg to move, "That the Clause be read a Second time." I shall not take very long—I never do in the speeches I make in this Committee—because I think all the arguments can be put in a very few words. At the present time the coal mining industry is the premier industry necessary for the national economic recovery. The one thing which we must have, if we are to get the coal we require, is...

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill: New Clause. — (Exemption for persons engaged in production of coal-mining machinery.) (9 May 1947)

Mr Walter Ayles: As the mover of the new Clause, I beg to ask the leave of the Committee to withdraw the Motion.

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill: New Clause. — (Exemption for persons engaged in production of coal-mining machinery.) (9 May 1947)

Mr Walter Ayles: May I say that if the request I made to the Committee to withdraw my new Clause is taken as referring others to the Clause upon which my hon. Friend the Member for Westhoughton (Mr. Rhys Davies) is speaking, I withdraw my request, because I wish that Clause to be considered separately.

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill: Clause 15. — (Enforcement of requirement to submit to medical examination.) (8 May 1947)

Mr Walter Ayles: It is a question of the beginning of the police State.

Orders of the Day — National Service Bill: Clause 15. — (Enforcement of requirement to submit to medical examination.) (8 May 1947)

Mr Walter Ayles: There is no necessity for the Minister to be insulting.


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