Results 1–20 of 50 for speaker:Captain Edward Bagley

Oral Answers to Questions — Dyestuffs. (28 Jun 1922)

Captain Edward Bagley: 38. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he has any information which would indicate that critics of the British Dyestuffs Act have been in consultation or negotiation with representatives of German dyestuffs interests with a view to devising means of securing the modification or repeal of the British Dyestuffs Act?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Teachers (Superannhatton). (22 May 1922)

Captain Edward Bagley: 21. asked the President of the Board of Education whether he will take an early opportunity of inviting representatives of the school teachers to meet him with a view to discussing the possibility at this stage of securing the voluntary co-operation of the teachers in relief of the taxpayer?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Teachers (Superannhatton). (22 May 1922)

Captain Edward Bagley: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that runny of us who voted for the Adjournment on the Superannuation Bill did so because we believed that if the Government would negotiate with the teachers at this stage, they would be able to secure relief in taxes without either breaking a pledge of the Government or creating discontent among the teachers?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Roads. (22 May 1922)

Captain Edward Bagley: 59. asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Transport whether, in view of the large sums of public money now being expended on roads and the changed conditions of present-day vehicular traffic, he is aware that hundreds of different types of manholes, gullies, and other ironwork details, many of which are unsuitable or unsafe, are in daily use; and whether, in order to secure...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Disablement and Widows' Pensions. (14 Mar 1922)

Captain Edward Bagley: 93. asked the Minister of Pensions what are the pensions payable, respectively, to a totally disabled man, and a war widow with two dependent children at the present time, s compared with November, 1918?

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Statistics. (22 Feb 1922)

Captain Edward Bagley: 34. asked the Minister of Labour whether he will give the latest figures for persons drawing unemployment benefit, showing, respectively, the numbers of unemployed persons drawing benefit for dependent wives (or husbands) and children, the total number of children involved, and the total number of persons drawing benefit of any kind?

Part I.: Clause 1. — (Charge of Customs Duties on goods in Schedule.) (29 Jun 1921)

Captain Edward Bagley: Every speaker who has taken part in this Debate seems to have come to the conclusion that this affects the setting up of industries in outlying parts of the Empire only, but I cannot see why industries should not grow in Canada and in this country. I would point out to those hon. Gentlemen who are supporting the Amendment that at a later stage the President of the Board of Trade is...

Orders of the Day — Safeguarding of Industries Bill. ( 7 Jun 1921)

Captain Edward Bagley: The speech to which we have just listened contains very damaging answers to many of the criticisms that have been levelled by opponents of this Bill. The main burden of the complaint against it was that these taxes were to keep the goods out of the country, and by reducing imports react on our exports and prevent us finding markets for the goods we make. The hon. Member who has just sat down...

Orders of the Day — Safeguarding of Industries Bill. ( 7 Jun 1921)

Captain Edward Bagley: I never said so. I merely dealt with the arguments put forward by the opponents of the Bill, and I did not make such a statement as that.

Orders of the Day — Safeguarding of Industries Bill. ( 7 Jun 1921)

Captain Edward Bagley: What Liberal Measure have I ever killed?

Orders of the Day — Safeguarding of Industries Bill. ( 7 Jun 1921)

Captain Edward Bagley: May I point out to my hon. Friend that I have had nothing to do with the Tariff Reform League since the War?

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Treaties.: Business Premises (Rents). (14 Apr 1921)

Captain Edward Bagley: 31. asked the Prime Minister whether it is the definite intention of the Government to carry out the promise given during the passing of the last Increase of Rent and Mortgage Interest (Restrictions) Act and introduce legislation in respect of business premises before 24th June next?

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Treaties.: Business Premises (Rents). (14 Apr 1921)

Captain Edward Bagley: Is the Prime Minister aware that when this modification was urged on the House by the late Minister for Health, he stated that by the time the year was up the Government would have other proposals, and that he actually used these words: If at the end of that time our other proposals be not sufficiently advanced, it would be quite a simple matter to prolong the Statute. Will the Prime Minister...

Oral Answers to Questions — Russia.: Industrial Policy. (14 Apr 1921)

Captain Edward Bagley: 60. asked the Under secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether in view of the importance of the recent action of the Russian Soviet Government in generally adopting piecework and discarding certain fundamental principles of Socialism, and having regard to the difficulty of securing full and reliable accounts of these matters in the Press, he will provide the House with translations of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Key Industries Bill. (13 Apr 1921)

Captain Edward Bagley: 48. asked the Prime Minister whether he will state the considerations which governed the selection of the particular commodities set forth in Financial Resolution No. 1 of the Safeguarding of Industries Bill.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Key Industries Bill. (13 Apr 1921)

Captain Edward Bagley: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that there is a feeling among Members that certain other industries might be regarded as essential industries, and what facilities will Members have for urging that view on the House?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men.: King's National Roll of Honour. (17 Nov 1920)

Captain Edward Bagley: 57. asked the Minister of Labour what proportion of the firms holding the Royal Warrant are now on the King's National Roll?

Orders of the Day — Emergency Powers Bill.: Clause 2. — (Emergency Regulations.) (27 Oct 1920)

Captain Edward Bagley: I beg to move, in Sub-section (2), to leave out the words "as soon as may be" and to insert instead thereof the words "without avoidable delay." The object of my Amendment is to substitute an intelligible direction for a set of words which has literally no meaning at all. The words "as soon as may be" have made their appearance in many Bills of late, but the present occasion is a very...

Orders of the Day — Emergency Powers Bill.: Clause 2. — (Emergency Regulations.) (27 Oct 1920)

Captain Edward Bagley: A delay which can be avoided can be ascertained, but the words "as soon as may be" mean precisely nothing at all.

Orders of the Day — Supply [15TH Allotted Day].: Clause 13. — (Application to business premises.) ( 1 Jul 1920)

Captain Edward Bagley: It seems to me that this Amendment is introducing a differentiation between two sets of business premises. So far as I can gather, this Amendment deals only with business premises which are not part of a dwelling house. Where business premises are part of a dwelling house the rent can only be increased by 40 per cent., but business premises which happen to be lock-up shops can be increased by...


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