Results 241–260 of 2161 for speaker:Mr Henry Hynd

Oral Answers to Questions — Pensions and National Insurance: Unemployment Benefit (3 Dec 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Minister of Pensions and National Insurance what arrangements are being made to pay unemployment benefit to workers who are unemployed for two working days during Christmas week.

Oral Answers to Questions — Pensions and National Insurance: Unemployment Benefit (3 Dec 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: As the Minister knows the case I have in mind, will not he agree that it is very unfortunate that because of a complicated technicality in the adjudicator's award these men will lose unemployment benefit for two days at Christmas, just at the time when they most need it, and the same will happen in respect of New Year's Day? Is there not a way of getting around the adjudicator's award, or of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Pensions and National Insurance: Unemployment Benefit (3 Dec 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: I do not think the right hon. Gentleman should shelter behind the agreement. It was the adjudicator's award, not the agreement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Relations: Migration (29 Nov 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: Is it not a great pity to see so many of our young and vigourous people going away from this country to look for employment? The Government should be trying to find them more jobs in this country.

British Transport Commission (29 Nov 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: I hope that my right hon. Friend will not forget that some services have already been cut in the North-West, although it is vitally necessary to attract new industries to that area.

British Transport Commission (29 Nov 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: The hon. Gentleman opposes the removal of stopping trains in his own constituency.

Orders of the Day — Pensions (Increase) Bill (9 Nov 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: What about railway superannuitants?

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address (2 Nov 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: I hope that the House has heard enough about this unpleasant subject, because I want to speak abcut something else. We have threshed this out fairly well today, and, after all, the debate on the Motion for an Address in reply to the Gracious Speech does give hon. Members the opportunity of raising miscellaneous subjects, so I should like, if I may, to bring the attention of the House back to...

Orders of the Day — Queen's Speech: Debate on the Address (2 Nov 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: I thank my right hon. Friend. I am glad to hear that, because there is this dark cloud of unemployment hanging over Lancashire at the present time. Some of the local authorities are not just crying out for help; they are taking active steps themselves to try to do something about it. The Town Council of Accrington has gone to considerable expense in preparing a trading estate which the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office: Telstar Communication Satellite (31 Jul 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: Can the Postmaster-General give an assurance that future Telstar programmes will not be used, as was the case last night, for putting over blatent Conservative political propaganda?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Aviation: Private Flying (9 Jul 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Minister of Aviation what is the present concession on fuel used for private flying; and what improvement he proposes in order to encourage people to take flying lessons.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Aviation: Private Flying (9 Jul 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: Has the Minister given recent consideration to the desirability of forming a pool of pilots in this way?

Cruelty to Animals (6 Jul 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: I was not able to be present during the earlier part of this discussion, and I apologise for that. The points I want to raise may have been covered. Can the Minister give us any information about the source of supply of animals for experiments? I am in agreement with everything that I have heard about the experiments. They should be conducted only when they are absolutely necessary and they...

Cruelty to Animals (6 Jul 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: It may be only a cat. It may be only a dog. That cat or that dog may represent something very important in the life of a family. From communications I have received I know how deeply people feel when their pet cat or pet dog disappears and they think that it has been stolen for this purpose. I hope that the Minister will be able to give us some indication that he has an eye on this matter.

Cruelty to Animals (6 Jul 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: Would it not be a sheer waste of time if those people knew that hon. Members were coming? It would be like an army inspection.

Orders of the Day — British Army of the Rhine (5 Jul 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: And in the Government.

Orders of the Day — Incomes Policy (4 Jul 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: In case the hon. Member is misinterpreting the lack of voices of dissent, would he explain what he means by "an income which the community could afford to pay"?

Orders of the Day — Cotton Industry (28 Jun 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: It is on top of the other increases.

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government: Atmospheric Pollution, Rishton (5 Jun 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Minister of Housing and Local Government and Minister for Welsh Affairs what action he is taking on a letter from Rishton Urban District Council about atmospheric pollution from Whitebirk Electricity Generating Station.:

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government: Atmospheric Pollution, Rishton (5 Jun 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: As the Joint Parliamentary Secretary will be aware from his files, this is a long-standing complaint extending over some ten years. Since certain technical solutions have been suggested—and, I understand, accepted, apart from the financial difficulties involved—and as the local council was so incensed about this that it has refused to apply the Smoke Abatement Act in the area while the...


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