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Orders of the Day — Polish Resettlement Bill (12 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: Certainly, I am, but I am with the Government, and everybody else, in agreeing that none of them ought to be forced to go back. I say that they ought to be encouraged to go; I think the Poles have been unduly discouraged. I do not think that the real conditions have been properly put to them and—

Orders of the Day — Polish Resettlement Bill (12 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: Of course.

Orders of the Day — Polish Resettlement Bill (12 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: They may seem to the hon. and gallant Gentleman to be antagonistic. I claim that they are not contradictory at all: they are complementary. My first object is to get the Poles back to their own country. It is their patriotic duty to go to help in the rebuilding of their country. On the political plane, I say that if they do not like the political set-up in their country, they should go back...

Orders of the Day — Polish Resettlement Bill (12 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: Might it be that patriotism is the reason?

Orders of the Day — Polish Resettlement Bill (12 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: What would the right hon. Gentleman suggest should be done about those people who refuse to join the Resettlement Corps?

Orders of the Day — Polish Resettlement Bill (12 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: It does not say so.

Orders of the Day — Polish Resettlement Bill (12 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: Could I ask my hon. Friend to clarify that point? Clause 1(1 c)applies to the Polish resettlement forces. That includes men who served in the German Army. The Clause goes on to say that those people will get pensions, including pensions for the dependants of those who have been killed in consequence of service during the 1939 world war. It does not say on which side.

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government: C.W.S. Bank (Deposit Rates) (13 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: Will my right hon. Friend issue instructions to all local authorities that, for the financial benefit of the ratepayers, they should bank with the C. W. S.?

Oral Answers to Questions — Polish Forces: Arms (18 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Secretary of State for War whether all members of the Polish armed forces and resettlement forces have been disarmed.

Oral Answers to Questions — Polish Forces: Screening (18 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Secretary of State for War what happens to Poles who are screened on seeking enrolment in the Resettlement Corps and are thereupon found to be unacceptable because of their Fascist sympathies.

Oral Answers to Questions — Polish Forces: Northern Ireland (25 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Secretary of State for War how many Polish troops are stationed in Northern Ireland; and whether members of the Polish Resettlement Corps will be found employment in that part of the United Kingdom.

Oral Answers to Questions — Polish Forces: Northern Ireland (25 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: Will my right hon. Friend consider enlisting the aid of the hon. Member for Queen's University (Professor Savory) to ensure that Ulster gets a fair share?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Poles, Scotland (25 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: Can some of them be transferred to Northern Ireland? Following is the Statement: There were, at 13th February, 29,772 uniformed Poles in Scotland of whom 541 were in the city of Aberdeen and 4,595 in the county of Aberdeen. About 13,200 of these were employed on camp maintenance and other service duties and tasks, and about 1,430 were on loan for civilian work. Others are receiving...

Palestine (Government Policy) (25 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: Will the hon. and gallant Gentleman allow me? Is he quoting from Hitler's instructions to his troops for the occupation of Palestine?

Palestine (Government Policy) (25 Feb 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: I did stand up to make my interruption. That is more than the noble Lord did.

Oral Answers to Questions — West Indies: Trade Union Accounts (Audit) (12 Mar 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he is aware that in British Guiana the Government auditors audit trade union acounts free of charge; and whether he will recommend the adoption of the same system by the Government of Trinidad.

Oral Answers to Questions — Mauritius: Sugar Price (12 Mar 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies what price is paid for Mauritius sugar bought by Britain; and whether he is satisfied that this price gives a sufficient return to enable the Mauritius planters and their employees to attain a satisfactory standard of life.

Oral Answers to Questions — Mauritius: Government Servants' Salaries (12 Mar 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies what reply has been sent to the Mauritius Government Servants' Association's demand for an increase of war bonus of 75 per cent. on the lowest salaries to 50 per cent. on the highest; and whether he is aware that the prices of staple foods are still increasing and many servants of the Mauritius Government are being driven into indebtedness.

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry: Statutory Order 103 (Authority) (24 Apr 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that many Members would prefer to keep these Orders as simple as possible?

Orders of the Day — Clause I. — (The Commission.) (29 Apr 1947)

Mr Henry Hynd: Would that apply to the chairman of a public corporation like the Port of London Authority?


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