Results 81–100 of 1619 for speaker:Mr Edgar Granville

Air Accident Inquiry (Minister's Comments) (1 Dec 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: May I ask the right hon. and learned Gentleman if he will make it clear that the technical evidence he has produced today in his statement with regard to the forms was available to the court, either through the meteorological or Ministry witnesses, or the K.L.M. witnesses? Does it now mean that what the right hon. and learned Gentleman is telling us is that the chairman of the court of...

Economic Situation (Government Proposals) (26 Oct 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: Why does the hon. Gentleman not sit on the Government Front Bench, where he belongs?

Orders of the Day — Auxiliary and Reserve Forces Bill: Clause 5. — (Conditions of Service.) (24 Oct 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: And because we had not adequate equipment.

Oral Answers to Questions — Deportations (Home Secretary's Powers) (28 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: While I can understand why the right hon. Gentleman does not wish to deport Lord Beaverbrook—which I thought a very unfortunate reference—may I ask if the right hon. Gentleman has been in close consultation with the Canadian Government at Ottawa since the docks dispute on this question, as it affects both countries?

Business of the House (28 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: In view of the fact that scores of East Anglian villages have no water, may I ask the right hon. Gentleman if he will treat as urgent the question of giving us an opportunity after the Recess to discuss the supply of water in rural areas? Further, may I ask if the right hon. Gentleman can tell the House when it is intended to take the Adjournment Motion, and if it is the intention of the...

Business of the House (28 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: May I ask the Leader of the House if he will answer the second part of my question, which was if he could tell the House when it is intended to have the Adjournment Motion, which I understand is the day before the actual Debate on the Adjournment; and if the normal arrangements are to be made and Mr. Speaker empowered to recall the House in the case of an emergency?

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: On a point of Order. May I ask your guidance, Mr. Deputy-Speaker? When the right hon. Gentleman has made his reply to this Debate is it the intention that the Debate should be carried on or will that conclude the Debate?

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: May I call your attention to the fact, Mr. Deputy-Speaker, that the preceding Debate was to have stopped at 6.30 to allow this one to begin, but that this one did not begin until 7.0? This is a vital Debate on agriculture. We may be indulging in communal feeding inside two years—

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: This matter of agriculture is one of vital urgency.

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: We talk about ground-nuts—

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: I wish to make a protest against the shortness of the Debate.

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: The Debates were arranged through the usual channels.

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: May I ask the right hon. Gentleman a specific question?

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: rose—

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: Although the right hon. Gentleman has not much time, I thank him for giving way so that I may ask him a simple question—

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: The Minister has given way.

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: He has given way.

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: You suggested, Mr. Deputy-Speaker, that my real complaint was that I have not—

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: —been fortunate enough to catch your eye. That has never been my complaint, although I have sat through the whole of this Debate.

Orders of the Day — Agriculture (27 Jul 1949)

Mr Edgar Granville: My point of Order is that this Debate has been robbed of 25 minutes by the preceding Debate.


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