Mr Henry Hynd: Before the right hon. Gentleman removes any more of these Regulations will he have regard to the chaos now facing the United States of America?
Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that relieving officers are receiving instructions to take family allowances into consideration when assessing public assistance payments; and whether, as this will prevent the benefit of family allowances being given to those who are most in need of them, he will take all necessary measures to ensure that the intention of Parliament that all...
Mr Henry Hynd: Is my hon. Friend aware that this will cause surprise and disappointment, that it is repugnant to relieving officers to have to administer such instructions, and that it is contrary to the spirit in which this Act was passed by the House?
Mr Henry Hynd: May I ask what action the Home Secretary proposes to take in view of this very startling exposure?
Mr Henry Hynd: Further to that point of Order. Is it a point of Order?
Mr Henry Hynd: In considering the suggestion made by the hon. and gallant Member for Central Glasgow (Colonel Hutchison), will the Prime Minister be careful not to set up anything like the "Black and Tans"?
Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the text of the British-Polish financial agreement contained a clause conditioning its ratification to the keeping of the Yalta or Potsdam agreements.
Mr Henry Hynd: If there was no specific clause in the agreement, are the Government really justified in withholding ratification of the agreement?
Mr Henry Hynd: Could not a large part of the unemployed Polish forces be put on to this work?
Mr Henry Hynd: May I ask the hon. Member for Bury (Mr. W. Fletcher) a question? If that was all he had to say, why did he trouble to get up?
Mr Henry Hynd: What does the Minister propose to do about reactionary local authorities who do not use these powers?
Mr Henry Hynd: Is it not desirable that all members of local authorities should be members of their respective Co-operative Society?
Mr Henry Hynd: If it is not a military organisation, why are they being kept in military uniform?
Mr Henry Hynd: Is that in accordance with the Ten Commandments?
Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the Polish Government have yet invited a British delegation to observe the elections due to be held on 19th January next; and whether he is prepared to accept such an invitation.
Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Minister of Labour if he will make a statement of the reasons why demobilisation cannot be speeded up beyond the basis laid down in the table he published on 6th November.
Mr Henry Hynd: Is my right hon. Friend aware of the dissatisfaction there is in the Forces about this matter, and would he not consider issuing to the Army something on the lines of the excellent statement issued on this subject by the Royal Air Force?
Mr Henry Hynd: Will the Secretary of State say from where he is going to appoint unit commanders and other officers who are going to be appointed before general recruiting starts?
Mr Henry Hynd: If finance enters into this, will the Under-Secretary bear in mind that the Government recently came into an unexpected £150 at Rotherhithe yesterday?
Mr Henry Hynd: Can the Minister say how much petrol was used at Paddington yesterday?