Results 61–80 of 143 for speaker:Mr Gilbert Gledhill

Oral Answers to Questions — Central Register. (4 Apr 1940)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Will my right hon. Friend take into account the very high cost as compared with the number of positions filled, and will he also consider making more direct use of the professional association and employment agencies?

Oral Answers to Questions — Central Register. (4 Apr 1940)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Why not use the Register then?

Oral Answers to Questions.: Central Register. (7 Mar 1940)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Minister of Labour what is the number of qualified sales managers enrolled on the Central Register for National Service; how many have been offered positions; and at what salary?

Oral Answers to Questions.: Central Register. (7 Mar 1940)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Can the Minister say why the stipulation was made when these men registered that they must be earning at least £700 a year?

Oral Answers to Questions.: Central Register. (7 Mar 1940)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: In view of the fact that there is an obvious preference for retired civil servants, will the Minister say why the Central Register should not be discontinued?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Information.: Regional Officers. (14 Feb 1940)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Minister of Information whether the regional officers of his Department are still in existence; and, if so, what are their exact functions?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Information.: Regional Officers. (14 Feb 1940)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Why was it necessary to utilise the services of these officers recently in regard to certain branches of the Navy?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Requisitioned Motor Vehicles. (13 Feb 1940)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will state the number of motor vehicles requisitioned by his Department, giving their separate classifications of weights and horsepower; and the amount paid per day for each class?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: War Risks Insurance. (23 Jan 1940)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade what is the total amount received as premiums under the War Risk Insurance Act, 1939; the amount of claims and expenses to date; and whether any proceedings have been commenced against firms not complying with the terms of the Act?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: War Risks Insurance. (23 Jan 1940)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: In view of the large accumulation of funds, is it not time now to announce a further reduction in the rate of premium?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Prices of Goods Order. (23 Jan 1940)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade whether the permitted increase in price-regulated goods is calculated on the August, 1939, price or on current replacement prices; and whether no control is at present applied to goods of higher value than those listed in Prices of Goods (Price Regulated Goods) No. 1 Order, 1939?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Prices of Goods Order. (23 Jan 1940)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Will my hon. and gallant Friend make it clear to retailers whether the permitted increase is a flat rate or whether it is a percentage calculated on the price of the goods?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply.: Government Contracts. (15 Nov 1939)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Minister of Supply whether his Department is now aware of the number of firms who have supplied information to the Industrial Planning department of the War Office regarding their machine-tools and equipment; and, of , how many of these firms have been given contracts for war work?

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments.: Expenditure. (24 Oct 1939)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he will now consider the appointment of a full-time economy committee consisting mainly of accountants and business men with powers to scrutinise all Departmental accounts, and to report upon their organisation and staffing?

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments.: Expenditure. (24 Oct 1939)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: May I ask whether this committee will also consider the organisation of the various Departments?

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Central Register (Professional and Technical Persons). (5 Oct 1939)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Minister of Labour the number of professional and technical persons enrolled on the Central Register; and whether any of these have been found employment in Government Departments?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Information.: Wireless Licence Fee. (4 Oct 1939)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Information whether in view of the restricted broadcast programme and absence of alternatives, he will now propose a reduction in the licence fee?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Information.: Wireless Licence Fee. (4 Oct 1939)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Is the Minister aware of the great dissatisfaction with the amount of padding in the programmes and the number of gramophone records, and will lie consider the desirability of employing some of those at present unemployed in the variety industry?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Stocks (War Insurance). (4 Oct 1939)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: asked the President of the Board of Trade whether any decision has been reached regarding further premiums for war risk insurance of stocks or whether the amount paid will cover some further period beyond three months?

Oral Answers to Questions — Control of Employment Act (Miners). (29 Sep 1939)

Mr Gilbert Gledhill: Can the right hon. Gentleman say when the Order is likely to be made?


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