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Orders of the Day — Criminal Justice Bill (16 Apr 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: The right hon. Gentleman never gives way.

Orders of the Day — Criminal Justice Bill (16 Apr 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: Tributes have been paid to the way in which hon. Members on both sides of the House have co-operated in the Committee and other stages of this Bill and to the ability of my right hon. Friend the Home Secretary and my hon. Friend the Under-Secretary in handling the Measure. I should like to be associated with those tributes. One of the consequences, however, of this Measure being non-party...

Oral Answers to Questions — Kenya (Labour Conditions) (21 Apr 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether Dr. Northcote's recent report on labour conditions in Kenya will be published or otherwise made available to Members of this House.

Oral Answers to Questions — Kenya (Labour Conditions) (21 Apr 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: Would the Minister at least see that a copy of this Report is placed in the Library of the House?

First Schedule. — (Parliamentary Constituencies.) (26 Apr 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: I wish to support the plea made by my hon. Friend the Member for Stoke Newington (Mr. Weitzman). Right from the beginning of these proposals the Borough of Hackney was prepared to make its contribution to the redistribution of seats and it was recognised that no longer, despite its size—it is one of the largest boroughs in London—would it be able to claim three Members of Parliament. It...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Polish Resettlement Corps (27 Apr 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Minister of Labour if he will now give a date for final winding-up of the Polish Resettlement Corps.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Polish Resettlement Corps (27 Apr 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: In view of the fact that after this long time the members of this Corps are still receiving from the British taxpayer the pay and privileges of military ranks for non-existent military duties, will the Minister consider hastening the process of putting them on a reasonable retaining allowance?

Oral Answers to Questions — Political Processions, London (Prohibition) (29 Apr 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he is aware that Sir Oswald Mosley intends to speak at an open-air rally of Fascists in Hackney on 1st May; and as this is calculated to lead to a breach of the peace, whether he intends to prohibit the gathering.

Oral Answers to Questions — Political Processions, London (Prohibition) (29 Apr 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: While thanking my right hon. Friend for that reply, may I ask him if he will say whether that Order will prohibit processions from assembling on the Embankment on Saturday, at the same time as the trade unions' demonstration, and marching to my constituency through the East End of London, and would he not extend the Public Order Act to prohibit the holding of this provocative demonstration in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Political Processions, London (Prohibition) (29 Apr 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: Although the Home Secretary cannot ban a meeting, will he, at any rate, ban Sir Oswald Mosley from speaking at this meeting, because obviously that will be provocation?

Oral Answers to Questions — Political Processions, London (Prohibition) (29 Apr 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: In view of the unsatisfactory position created by the reply of the Home Secretary, I beg to give notice that I shall endeavour to raise this matter on the Adjournment tomorrow.

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Materials (Private Builders Stocks) (13 May 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: If my right hon. Friend can find any surplus materials will he try to divert them for urgently needed repairs to existing property?

Orders of the Day — Representation of the People Bill: New Clause. — (Register for university constituencies.) (14 Jun 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: Abolishing the second vote of the 64,000, leaving the one vote for the 46,000.

Oral Answers to Questions — Telephone Service: Lee Green Exchange (30 Jun 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: Is my right hon. Friend aware that the service at Lee Green Exchange cannot possibly be any worse than that at Clissold?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Guiana: Sugar Industry (Strike) (7 Jul 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies (1) whether the terms of reference of the Commission appointed to inquire into conditions in the sugar industry in Trinidad and the Leeward Islands may be extended to include the sugar industry in British Guiana; (2) how many sugar estates in British Guiana are still affected by the strike; how many workers are on strike; how many at work on...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: School Premises (Lettings) (8 Jul 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Minister of Education if he is aware that Buckingham Gate School, Westminster, is being let for a Fascist meeting on 24th July, although a similar meeting on 7th February last led to a defacement of the school; and whether he will issue a general directive that school halls shall not be used for such purposes.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: School Premises (Lettings) (8 Jul 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: As this evil is likely to spread throughout the country, is it not time that the Minister issued some general directions, particularly in view of the experience of this school last time a Fascist meeting was held there.

Oral Answers to Questions — Shipping Subsidies (12 Jul 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Minister of Transport whether he is aware that some of the shipping companies now receiving subsidies from public funds are paying dividends of 15 per cent.; and whether he will take steps to bring the subsidies to an end.

Oral Answers to Questions — Shipping Subsidies (12 Jul 1948)

Mr Henry Hynd: Is there any necessity for the taxpayer to subsidise a firm which is paying a dividend of 15 per cent. plus 3 per cent. tax free capital bonus? It is scandalous.


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