Results 1–20 of 143 for speaker:Mr Gilbert Gledhill

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Overseas Service (Home Postings) (17 Oct 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Secretary of State for War whether he can now consider granting leave to those members of the Forces who have been in the Middle East and Burma for over four years.

Orders of the Day — Goods and Services (Price Control) (3 Oct 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: I beg to move, That the Order, dated 20th June, 1944, entitled the Utility Apparel and Utility Cloth Orders (Amendment) Order, 1944, a copy of which was presented on 5th July. be annulled. I move this for two main reasons. The first is that this Order is one of the first, if not the first, Order to be reported back to the House by the new Committee appointed for that purpose. I need not go...

Orders of the Day — Goods and Services (Price Control) (3 Oct 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: I said that if they charge too high prices, especially the retailers, the public will not buy the goods. I hope that my right hon. Friend will agree with me. I hope that the Parliamentary Secretary will be able to satisfy us, and even, perhaps, to withdraw the Order.

Orders of the Day — Goods and Services (Price Control) (3 Oct 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: In view of the Parliamentary Secretary's explanation, I beg to ask leave to withdraw the Motion.

Oral Answers to Questions — Railways: Non-smoking Compartments (7 Jun 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of War Transport if he will instruct the Railway Executive Committee to have those compartments where smoking is prohibited more prominently labelled; and the railway staffs to insist on this by-law being rigidly observed.

Oral Answers to Questions — Railways: Non-smoking Compartments (7 Jun 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Would my hon. Friend give due publicity to that answer in order to protect those passengers who, having a disability such as train sickness, cannot travel in a smoky atmosphere?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Tartaric Acid (Order) (7 Jun 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Minister of Food why, in paragraph 6 of the Emergency Powers (Defence) Food (Tartaric Acid) Order (S.R. & O., No. 539, of 1944), it is provided that the production of a document purporting to be a certificate signed by the Government chemist shall be evidence unless the court or other party asks for the party concerned to be called as a witness; and whether he will amend the Order...

Pensions (Increase) Bill: Clause 1. — (Increase of certain pensions payable in respect of public service.) (18 Apr 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: On a point of Order. May I ask for your guidance, Mr. Chairman? Is it the intention to discuss this Amendment and the next two together?

Pensions (Increase) Bill: Clause 1. — (Increase of certain pensions payable in respect of public service.) (18 Apr 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: While I certainly support the Amendment to increase the ceiling and bring in more pensioners, I find myself sympathising much more strongly with the remarks of the hon. Member for Rugby (Mr. W. J. Brown). The Chancellor is fixing a ceiling in this Clause, and then spoiling the whole effect by exempting the civil servants in a later Clause. This raises a feeling of injustice, which has been...

Pensions (Increase) Bill: Clause 1. — (Increase of certain pensions payable in respect of public service.) (18 Apr 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: That does not satisfy the objections which hon. Members have made. There are two classes of pensioners, some receiving a higher and the others a smaller amount. If you give an increase to those receiving the higher rate, it will raise a feeling of injustice.

House of Commons (Catering Facilities) (6 Apr 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Why should not we get it?

House of Commons (Catering Facilities) (6 Apr 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: That is what I was going to say if I had been given the time—

Oral Answers to Questions — National War Effort: Coalmining (Compulsory Recruitment) (16 Mar 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Minister of Labour whether a man who goes through the ballot and is not drawn for coalmining is affected by subsequent ballots.

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments: Accommodation, London (16 Mar 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Prime Minister if he will instruct all Government Departments to consider taking over large houses in the West End now standing empty, thereby releasing hotel accommodation required for members of the Forces on leave or passing through London.

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Cadet Corps (Officers' Motor Car Allowances) (22 Feb 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Secretary of State for War if he will extend to the officers in the Army Cadet Corps the same facilities for drawing motor car allowances as is granted to Home Guard officers who use their own motor cars to get to parades when other transport is not available.

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments (Staffs) (22 Feb 1944)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether the recent 10 per cent. cut in staff made by the Ministry of Supply is to be extended and carried out in other Government Departments.

Oral Answers to Questions — Italian Armistice Terms (Broadcast) (22 Sep 1943)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Prime Minister, who was responsible for broadcasting the Armistice terms with Italy before they had been communicated to Members of this House?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Milk Labels (21 Sep 1943)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Secretary of State for Scotland the reason for changing the labelling on tins of condensed skimmed milk and on packets of separated dried milk from "Unfit for babies," to "Not to be used for babies," as provided by the Public Health (Scotland) Order (S.R. & O. No. 1061, S. 33, of 1943)?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Milk (5 Aug 1943)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Food whether any arrangements have been made in cases where rationalisation of milk deliveries is in operation to supply the public, who desire it, an alternative to pasteurised milk?

Oral Answers to Questions — 1914–18 War (Medal) (27 Jul 1943)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Prime Minister whether he will now consider issuing a medal or badge to those who served in the last war but not overseas?


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