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Results 1–20 of 180 for speaker:Captain Robert Gee

Cases Sub Judice. (31 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: I desire to ask your guidance, Mr. Speaker on a point that has just been raised for the second or third time in the last three months in this House. I refer to the last statement by the right hon. Gentleman the Home Secretary, when he said that he had no right to make any statement about a man whose ease wassub judice. I desire to ask you whether under the Rules you can prevent any Member of...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Troops Under Canvas (Rum Ration). (30 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: Will the right hon. Gentleman consider the advisability of changing the authority from the senior medical officer to the regimental officer, who is on the spot?

Oral Answers to Questions — Emigrants to New Zealand (Steamship "waimana"). (29 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: If the Regulations are such as allow the bad ventilation that existed on this ship, will the hon. Gentleman get them altered in the interests of humanity?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Horses (Export). (25 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: Will the right hon. Gentleman take steps to warn the public that There is no necessity to give funds to these bogus societies?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Mining Industry (Boldoncolliery). (17 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: Is the question of an old custom of greater importance than providing work for unemployed miners?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Letter Deliveries, London. (16 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that copies of the OFFICIAL REPORT are delivered 12 miles from this House one hour and 15 minutes earlier than they are delivered four miles from this House?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Number of Land Forces. (15 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: On a point of Order. Is the hon. Member in order in referring to His Majesty's soldiers as hired assassins?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Number of Land Forces. (15 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: I shall not make any apology for addressing the Committee to-night. I have only intervened in this Debate in order to accept what I think, perhaps, the last speaker meant as a friendly challenge from hon. Members opposite to meet him on equal terms. At all events, I am not going to say one word in defence of any Member who sits in any part of the House who has had the very high distinction of...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Number of Land Forces. (15 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: I will not give way.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Number of Land Forces. (15 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: I decline to give way unless it is a point of Order.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Number of Land Forces. (15 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: I make no suggestion that any hon. Member is a coward; I state that the people I have described are cowards. What adds insult to injury is that these people who are now, to use their own phrase, exploiting the private soldier, who stand up in this Committee and talk about the hardships of the private soldier are the very people who have let him down over and over again. There are hon. Members...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men (Poor Law Relief). (11 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: Before the Minister of Health answers these questions, may I ask him if it is not a fact that the whole of the information asked for in these 14 or 15 questions could have been obtained from the boards of guardians locally, and thus saved the time of this House and prevent a waste of public money?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Mining Industry.: Trade Board Inquiries. (10 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: Could not the hon. Gentleman take steps, in the interests of economy, to get these Reports printed by contract?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Mining Industry.: Trade Board Inquiries. (10 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: Will the hon. Gentleman make representations to the proper authority?

Milk and Dairy Produce Supply (Local Authorities). (9 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: I rise to object to this Bill. The hon. Member finished his speech by talking of big interests. As far as I am concerned, I am connected with no big interests other than the Division which I have the honour to represent. The hon. Member commenced his speech by talking of the real necessity for introducing this Bill owing to the monopolies, and yet the Bill itself will only produce another...

Claims of Ex-Naval and Military Civil Servants. (9 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: It often appears to be my fate to offend my own personal friends, but I am going to run the risk of that; it is not going to prevent me from doing what I conceive to be my duty. I say that being, I think, the only Member of this House, and the only one who ever has been in the House, who has had the very great honour and distinction of serving in the ranks, from the position of a private...

Claims of Ex-Naval and Military Civil Servants. (9 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: We should have been in a very poor way in the War if it had not been for the manner in which these now despised hostilities men came along in their hundreds of thousands to back up the regular fighting troops. It is preposterous to think we could open a question of such gigantic proportions and confine it to regular soldiers. If we were to do such a thing it would be the biggest insult we...

Claims of Ex-Naval and Military Civil Servants. (9 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: I was speaking of the Civil Service as a whole. We all know that the Post Office is a place where ex servicemen get decent treatment.

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Record Office, Hounslow. (8 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: 79. asked the Secretary of State for War whether his attention has been called to the method of discharging men from the Record Office at Hounslow; whether he is aware that at least two clerks have been retained who have never served overseas whilst others who served overseas and were wounded have been given notice to terminate their engagements; and will he, in view of A.C.I. 233 of 1921,...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Cadets (Revised Rates of Pay). (2 Mar 1926)

Captain Robert Gee: Will a decision be arrived at before these cadets will be due to be gazetted, in September or October of this year?


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