Results 201–220 of 2161 for speaker:Mr Henry Hynd

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office: Post Office Advisory Committees (12 Mar 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that the one in my constituency seems to meet once between Coronations? Can he do anything to ensure that advisory committees meet at least once a year?

Prison Commissioners (Dissolution) (12 Mar 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: I follow my hon. Friend's argument, but in fairness it should be pointed out that there are visiting magistrates—one on duty each week—who can look in at a prison at any time in order to see what the conditions are.

Navy Estimates, 1963–64: Vote a. Numbers (11 Mar 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: Order. The Sitting will be suspended for a few moments. I would ask hon. Members to remain in their places.

Navy Estimates, 1963–64: Vote a. Numbers (11 Mar 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: I hope that the hon. Gentleman will no: go into too much detail about air missiles generally. He must relate his remarks to the Royal Navy.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Aviation: Lightning Aircraft (4 Mar 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Minister of Aviation whether the production of Lightning aircraft is up to schedule.

Civil Defence (1 Mar 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: The hon. Member for Wokingham (Mr. van Straubenzee) is to be congratulated on having brought this subject before the House because, as he said, we have far too few opportunities of discussing civil defence. It is encouraging to know that there are so many people in the civil defence service at present. It is surprising in a way, because we allowed the wartime civil defence organisation to...

Civil Defence (1 Mar 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: I hope that I did not express myself too badly. What I had in mind was that perhaps this matter could come under the police. I believe that it should be done locally, but not necessarily by the town hall. In the last war in which I was concerned with this matter I know that there was great confusion.

Civil Defence (1 Mar 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: Why charge 9d. for it?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Britannia Aircraft (27 Feb 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Secretary of State for Air whether Transport Command proposes to use some of the Britannia aircraft now available from British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Britannia Aircraft (27 Feb 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: Is it true that there are quite a number of Britannias surplus to requirements lying at London Airport in the present ownership of B.O.A.C.? Is it also a fact that trooping overseas is now done entirely by air? Would it not be in the interests of the taxpayer if these two facts could be related?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Air Marshals (27 Feb 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Secretary of State for Air how many air marshals of various grades are now serving; and how this figure compares with the total last year.

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Air Marshals (27 Feb 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: Whilst offering congratulations to the right hon. Gentleman for the slight reduction in the number, may I ask whether the Royal Air Force really needs 95 people of that rank? Is it not top-heavy, just the same as the other two Services?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Roads and Railways (27 Feb 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: Will the Minister remember that, while many places were inaccessible by road during the recent severe winter conditions, they were still accessible by railway?

Orders of the Day — National Insurance Bill: Multiple Sclerosis (Treatment) (27 Feb 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: I am grateful to you, Mr. Speaker, for giving me this opportunity, even at such a late hour, to bring forward the subject of the treatment of multiple sclerosis. I apologise to the Minister for keeping him out of his bed, but I hope that he will be able to tell us something interesting. My purpose is to give the Minister an opportunity of clarifying the present position and to enable him, I...

Orders of the Day — National Insurance Bill: Multiple Sclerosis (Treatment) (27 Feb 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: If a doctor in this country wants to try the Russian vaccine, is it available under the National Health Service?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Aviation: London Airport (New Office Blocks) (25 Feb 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: Will these piers include a telescopic gangway system such as is used all over the United States of America?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Aviation: Competition (25 Feb 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Minister of Aviation what is his policy regarding competition between private air companies on the one hand and British European Airways and the British Overseas Airways Corporation on the other.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Aviation: Competition (25 Feb 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: Is the Minister being fair to the Government-owned B.E.A. and B.O.A.C. as against the private companies? For example, are the Government companies being allowed to tender for trooping?

Orders of the Day — London Government Bill: Schedule 1. — (the London Boroughs.) (20 Feb 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: I find myself somewhat surprised to be supporting almost all the remarks of the hon. Member for Woolwich, West (Mr. Turner). I speak as a resident of one of the boroughs concerned and, indeed, I served for a time on the Hornsey Borough Council. I support everything the hon. Member for Woolwich, West said about the communications between Hornsey and Southgate compared with those between...

Oral Answers to Questions — Home Department: Commonwealth Citizens (7 Feb 1963)

Mr Henry Hynd: Is there any definition of the length of visit? Can it be three months, or six months?


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