Sir James Cory: 44. asked the Prime Minister whether he will consider the desirability of appointing a Select Committee to report on the Government Departments which could be abolished or merged, with a view to still further economy?
Sir James Cory: 60. asked the Minister of Health whether, while Englishwomen are being dismissed from his Department under the substitution schemes, certain foreign women are being retained?
Sir James Cory: 67. asked the Minister of Pensions if he is aware that Mrs. Blanche M. Rorie, widow of Captain T. H. B. Rorie, of the 4th Black Watch, who was killed in action in France on 18th–19th August, 1916, while attached to the 10th Gloucesters, was awarded a flat-rate pension of £100, plus £24 (one child); whether he is aware that the introduction of alternative pensions was notified by...
Sir James Cory: 80. asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Munitions if he will give full details of the purchases of war stores by the Belgian and French Governments from the British authorities since the Armistice, indicating both quantities and values?
Sir James Cory: 83. asked the Minister of Health whether his Department has considered the effect on the health of the community of the practice of forming queues in all weathers for the galleries and pits of the London theatres; and whether he will consider the desirability of calling a conference of theatre and music-hall managers to consider measures for doing away with this practice?
Sir James Cory: 85. asked the President of the Board of Education if he will say to what extent pre-war privileges to students in the matter of season tickets at half rates have been restored; and if he will make representations to the Ministry of Transport in favour of a full restoration without delay?
Sir James Cory: 49. asked the Prime Minister whether he proposes to reconstruct the Cabinet on a Peace basis; and, if so, when will this be accomplished?
Sir James Cory: 46. asked the Prime Minister when it is proposed to declare the Government trade policy?
Sir James Cory: 71 and 72. asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Agriculture (1) why the Welsh National party was not consulted with reference to the nomination of a local representative to serve on the Royal Commission on Agriculture; (2) whether Mr. T. Prosser-Jones, of Ystradgynlais, who has been appointed a member of the Royal Commission on Agriculture, is intended to be a representative for...