Results 21–40 of 143 for speaker:Mr Gilbert Gledhill

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Production: Unemployment (21 Jul 1943)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Minister of Production whether he has any statement as to the growth of unemployment consequent upon the reduction in the contracts placed by the Ministry of Supply?

Orders of the Day — Emergency Powers (Defence) Act, 1939 (Continuance) (15 Jul 1943)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: I desire to speak against the Motion moved by my right hop. Friend on general grounds, because, in my view, the original demand has very largely passed away. I also do it because I have always disliked this system of legislating by means of Orders and Regulations. In past times I have often spoken against it at various meetings of business and commercial people, and I have warned those who...

Clause 3. — (The Assistant Nurses Committee.) (7 Apr 1943)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: We are told in the Explanatory Memorandum that the assistant nurses will be represented on the Committee and that matters mainly concerning assistant nurses are to be referred to it. Is there provision for the complaints and grievances of nurses, either individually or collectively, to go to the Committee? As hon. Members know, nurses work under very strict discipline and this produces a...

Clause 3. — (The Assistant Nurses Committee.) (7 Apr 1943)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: May I point out that I was asking whether they could go direct to the Committee and not necessarily to the hospital authorities and the General Nursing Council?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Royal Armoured Corps (Badges) (30 Mar 1943)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will consider issuing to the personnel of the Royal Armoured Corps badges signifying technical qualifications similar to those issued to observers, wireless operators, air gunners, &c., in the Royal Air Force?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Claims Commission (Staff) (30 Mar 1943)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will give the number of officers of both A and B category, respectively, employed by the Claims Commission in both London and the country who are under 35 years of age; what steps are being taken for their replacement; and the number so graded who are between 35 and 40 years of age?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Claims Commission (Staff) (30 Mar 1943)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Can the Minister say when the releases will actually take place? Is he not aware that there are many men in the ranks who have knowledge of this work and who might be commissioned and used to replace younger men?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Information: B.B.C. Staff (Military Service) (24 Feb 1943)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Minister of Information how many men under 30 years of age are still employed by the British Broadcasting Corporation; how many of these are unfit for service in the Forces; and when the remainder are likely to be called up?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Information: B.B.C. Staff (Military Service) (24 Feb 1943)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Is it not time that the B.B.C. gave an example to industry in this matter?

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health: Local, Authority Clerks (Compensation for Loss of Office) (15 Oct 1942)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that the, part-time clerk to the Elland Urban District Council has received compensation for loss of office upon relinquishing his position as part-time clerk to be replaced by a full-time clerk when Elland Urban District Council amalgamated with the urban district of Greetland and Stainland; that the part-time clerk to the Sowerby Bridge...

Oral Answers to Questions — Fuel and Power.: Economy Campaign. (4 Aug 1942)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Minister of-Fuel and Power whether the proposed propaganda campaign to secure the voluntary rationing of fuel is shortly to be started; and, if so, by whom?

Central Direction of the War. (1 Jul 1942)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Although the Debate has lasted a long time and much has already been said, I think it desirable that those hon. Members who put their names to the Motion should express their views, especially as there have been so many derogatory statements in the Press, attempting to make out that they are of no importance and represent no group or party. I do not know how my hon. Friend the Member for...

Oral Answers to Questions — National War Effort.: Women's Auxiliary Air Force. (4 Dec 1941)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Minister of Labour why female textile workers are debarred from volunteering for the Women's Auxiliary Air Force and are told they must either go on munition work or join the Auxiliary Territorial Service?

Oral Answers to Questions — National War Effort.: Women's Auxiliary Air Force. (4 Dec 1941)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Will the Minister look into cases if I send them to him?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies.: Road Transport Workers. (22 May 1941)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Food whether he is aware of the lack of feeding accommodation for transport workers on the Great North Road; and whether he can now make better arrangements for serving hot meals, especially for those engaged on night work?

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means. (9 Apr 1941)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Like most other hon. Members, I desire at the beginning of my speech to congratulate the Chancellor of the Exchequer on his statement. He performed a very difficult task with his usual charm of manner, and, although we all feel that we are being bled white, we almost like it. I think there are general signs outside of the determination of the public to accept any sacrifice, and to put up with...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Aircraft Production (Factory Requisitioning). (20 Mar 1941)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Aircraft Production whether, in requisitioning factories which are already fully employed, he will make the fullest inquiries as to alternative accommodation, not only in the London district but also in the provinces, and especially in the North of England?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: British Council (Staff). (20 Mar 1941)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs the total number of staff employed by the British Council; the amount of grant from Exchequer funds; and what other sources of revenue are available to this Council?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: British Council (Staff). (20 Mar 1941)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Is this grant carried on the Foreign Office Vote?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Bomb Disposal Units (Pay). (5 Nov 1940)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will consider some extra payment to members of bomb-disposal companies, in view of their dangerous work?


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