Mr William Edge: 53. asked the Minister of Transport whether any attempts have been made, and, if so, of what nature, to reduce the number of level railway crossings in Leicestershire during the past year?
Mr William Edge: 9. asked the Secretary for Mines the names of those coal-mining districts in which the demand is actually in excess of the supply; and whether these arrears are now being overtaken?
Mr William Edge: 27. asked the President of the Board of Education if he will state the estimated duration of the inquiry of the Government Committee on Education for Salesmanship; and whether an interim Report will be issued within a shorter period?
Mr William Edge: Is evidence being taken from the Commercial Travellers' Association?
Mr William Edge: 43. asked the Minister of Labour the latest returns of the state of trade in the boot and shoe industry and the unemployment figures for the trade as compared with a year ago?
Mr William Edge: 39. asked the Minister of Pensions the number of final awards which have been reviewed since the Government came into office?
Mr William Edge: I would not have intervened in this Debate were it not for the fact that with other Members of this House I was a Member of the Select Committee which considered these Bills in the Committee stage. I understand that we are to be allowed a fairly broad discussion upon the general question and, therefore, I desire to put before the House some of the points which were considered by the...
Mr William Edge: 22. asked the Secretary of State for Scotland the qualifications required by the Scottish Board of Health for their medical officers who examine applicants for pension under the Blind Persons Act, 1920?
Mr William Edge: 90. asked the Home Secretary if his attention has been called to the large number of casualties at the cup final at the Wembley Stadium on Saturday; if he can state who was responsible for the arrangements; if he proposes to call for a police report on the adequacy of the measures taken both to control the crowd and to regulate the traffic; whether the police themselves are consulted as to...