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Oral Answers to Questions — Industrial Reconversion: Election Candidates and Agents (Release from Forces) (1 Feb 1945)

Sir Douglas Hacking: asked the Minister of Labour whether he has yet reached a decision regarding the demobilisation of political agents from the Forces.

Oral Answers to Questions — Industrial Reconversion: Election Candidates and Agents (Release from Forces) (1 Feb 1945)

Sir Douglas Hacking: Will the right hon. Gentleman's answer indicate an early release of the agents belonging to the political parties?

Oral Answers to Questions — Political Party Agents (Release from Forces) (25 Jan 1945)

Sir Douglas Hacking: asked the Minister of Labour whether he has yet reached a decision regarding the demobilisation of political agents from the Forces.

Oral Answers to Questions — Political Party Agents (Release from Forces) (25 Jan 1945)

Sir Douglas Hacking: If I put down a Question next week will the right hon. Gentleman be able to give me a full reply?

Oral Answers to Questions — Political Party Agents (Release from Forces) (18 Jan 1945)

Sir Douglas Hacking: asked the Minister of Labour whether he has yet reached a decision regarding the demobilisation of political agents from the Forces.

Oral Answers to Questions — Anti-U-Boat Campaign (17 Jan 1945)

Sir Douglas Hacking: asked the Prime Minister whether he can add anything to the official statement already published in connection with the recent increase in sinkings by U-boats of Allied ships in the Atlantic Ocean.

Oral Answers to Questions — Deaf Aid (Scientific Research Committee) (17 Jan 1945)

Sir Douglas Hacking: asked the Lord President of the Council whether he will give the names of the members of the committee which has been appointed to advise and assist the Medical Research Council in promoting research into electro-acoustical problems relating to the design and application of instruments in the alleviation of deafness; and whether he has anything to report as a result of the labours of this...

Oral Answers to Questions — Deaf Aid (Scientific Research Committee) (17 Jan 1945)

Sir Douglas Hacking: Will my right hon. Friend give the same practical sympathy to those who are totally and partially deaf as is meted out by the Government to those who are totally or partially blind?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Home Guard (Rifle Club Scheme) (28 Nov 1944)

Sir Douglas Hacking: asked the Secretary of State for War whether he is yet in a position to announce his rifle club scheme for Home Guard units after disbandment.

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Home Guard (Rifle Club Scheme) (28 Nov 1944)

Sir Douglas Hacking: Does the control of munitions and weapons mean that they will loan weapons?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Home Guard (7 Nov 1944)

Sir Douglas Hacking: asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will allow a certain number of rifles and a reasonable supply of ammunition to be retained by companies or platoons of the Home Guard who desire to form themselves into rifle clubs after their disbandment as Home Guard units.

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Home Guard (7 Nov 1944)

Sir Douglas Hacking: When will my right hon. Friend be able to announce the Scheme?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Home Guard (31 Oct 1944)

Sir Douglas Hacking: asked the Secretary of State for War whether it is his intention to have issued to each member of the Home Guard on disbandment a certificate similar to those issued to the Army after the last war.

Oral Answers to Questions — Palace of Westminster (Bridge Street Entrance) (31 Oct 1944)

Sir Douglas Hacking: asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will grant permission to have removed the concrete emplacement on the south side of Bridge Street, Westminster, thus enabling the pre-war entrance from Bridge Street to the Palace of Westminster to be used.

Oral Answers to Questions — India: Poultry Feeding-stuffs (Ration Cards) (19 Oct 1944)

Sir Douglas Hacking: asked the Minister of Agriculture whether he will arrange that domestic poultry keepers moving from one part of the country to another may transfer their balancer meal ration card without interruption.

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Milk (Service Personnel on Leave) (18 Oct 1944)

Sir Douglas Hacking: asked the Minister of Food if he is aware that men and women in the Services, while on leave, cannot get any milk; and if, in view of the hardship this entails, especially in small families, he will make some arrangement for these men and women to draw a milk ration.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees, Far East (11 Oct 1944)

Sir Douglas Hacking: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether arrangements can be made to enable our prisoners of war in the Far East to send telegrams to their next-of-kin in this country.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees, Far East (11 Oct 1944)

Sir Douglas Hacking: Has this system worked well between Japan and the other countries? I understand it has been in operation for Australia for some time.

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry: Lighting and Heating (Consumption) (10 Oct 1944)

Sir Douglas Hacking: asked the Minister of Fuel and Power whether he can estimate the amount of extra coal which will be consumed as a result of the increase in electric and gas lighting recently sanctioned by the Minister of Home Security; and whether he is satisfied that this extra coal can be provided without serious diminution of the amount reasonably required for purposes of heating.

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry: Lighting and Heating (Consumption) (10 Oct 1944)

Sir Douglas Hacking: In view of the fact that a large amount of coal is to be used for extra lighting, which we all welcome, will my right hon. and gallant Friend consider very carefully the relative value of heat and light?


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