Results 301–320 of 2161 for speaker:Mr Henry Hynd

Orders of the Day — Commonwealth Immigrants Bill: Clause 7. — (Power of Court to Recommend for Deportation.) (7 Feb 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: The hon. and learned Gentleman said that the last word should be with a court of quarter sessions or assize. It would not be, because the higher court would merely make a recommendation to the Home Secretary. The Government would have the final word.

Orders of the Day — Commonwealth Immigrants Bill: Clause 7. — (Power of Court to Recommend for Deportation.) (7 Feb 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: I have listened to the discussion with mixed feelings. This is the first time I have taken part in the debates on the Bill, but I have been particularly interested for some time in the question of deportation. I am not against the principle of deportation. I have had the unfortunate experience with having had to deal with a few, a very few, cases in which Commonwealth and Irish citizens were...

Prayers: Transport, London (Dislocation) (2 Feb 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: Can the right hon. Gentleman say whether arrangements will be made for season tickets to be interchangeable between various forms of public transport? That would greatly help.

Prayers: Housing Policy (2 Feb 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: Will the hon. Lady bear in mind the enormous number of houses and buildings that had to be repaired after war damage in the years when the Labour Government were in office?

Prayers: Housing Policy (2 Feb 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: At 7 per cent.?

Orders of the Day — Army Reserve Bill: Clause 1. — (Retention of National Servicemen in Army Service.) (31 Jan 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: I have been considering this point. Before the right hon. Gentleman was interrupted, I thought I heard him say that he was going on to deal with the categories mentioned in this group of Amendments. I took it that he was leading up to saying that they were to be included within the scope of the Advisory Committee, and in that respect I thought that he was in order. It is true that the general...

Orders of the Day — Army Reserve Bill: Clause 1. — (Retention of National Servicemen in Army Service.) (31 Jan 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: I think that it would be more convenient if the Committee disposed first of this series of Amendments. I assure the hon. Member that he will not be out of order on the next group of Amendments in referring to the general question of compassionate cases.

Orders of the Day — Army Reserve Bill: Clause 1. — (Retention of National Servicemen in Army Service.) (31 Jan 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: Order. The point is not germane to this group of Amendments. There will be opportunity later to discuss the general question. At the moment we are discussing a group of Amendments which deal with certain specified categories.

Orders of the Day — Army Reserve Bill: Clause 1. — (Retention of National Servicemen in Army Service.) (31 Jan 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: Order. I hope that this point will not be pursued on this series of Amendments. It will be in order to discuss it on the Question, That the Clause stand part of the Bill", but it is not in order at the moment.

Orders of the Day — Army Reserve Bill: Clause 1. — (Retention of National Servicemen in Army Service.) (31 Jan 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: No, I think that the hon. Gentleman misunderstood me. I said that this could be discussed on the next group of Amendments, if it was in regard to compassionate cases.

Oral Answers to Questions — Oral Answers to Questions: Post Office Employees (Working Rules) (23 Jan 1962)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Postmaster-General whether working rules for Post Office employees are being revised.

Oral Answers to Questions — Roads: Traffic Signs (Review Committee) (20 Dec 1961)

Mr Henry Hynd: Will my right hon. Friend also consider standardisation with the Continent?

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Wages (18 Dec 1961)

Mr Henry Hynd: Can the Minister say how many notifications of dividend increases he has had in the same period?

Orders of the Day — Incomes and Productivity (18 Dec 1961)

Mr Henry Hynd: I think that we on this side of the House at any rate must be very disappointed by the Chancellor's speech. Towards the end of his remarks he promised us that he would say something rather definite about what was to happen at the end of the wage pause, even, as I understood it, when the wage pause was to end. I did not hear him tell us. He talked about the intermediate phase in not very...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health: Multiple Sclerosis (11 Dec 1961)

Mr Henry Hynd: Will the hon. Lady have another look at the Answer which she gave me last week, because my constituent raised the question with me and assured me that he had been unable to get this treatment?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Brucellosis Abortus (7 Dec 1961)

Mr Henry Hynd: asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food what action he proposes to take to control the movement of cattle suffering from brucellosis and the prevent the spread of undulant fever by the milk they produce.

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Brucellosis Abortus (7 Dec 1961)

Mr Henry Hynd: Is the Parliamentary Secretary aware that this vaccination does not prevent the infected cattle being sold? Will he consider, as an alternative method of dealing with this, the introduction of a simple one-Clause Bill to prohibit the sale of raw milk? If the Leader of the House will not introduce such a Bill will the Parliamentary Secretary support me if I introduce one?

Orders of the Day — Army Reserve Bill: Clause 1. — (Retention of National Servicemen in Army Service.) (7 Dec 1961)

Mr Henry Hynd: If that is intended as a criticism of the Chair, I point out that the Minister did not go nearly as wide as the hon. Member has gone.


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