Results 21–40 of 2161 for speaker:Mr Henry Hynd

Orders of the Day — Holiday Travel Trade (13 Dec 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. I have an idea that the Minister has brought the wrong speech. He has so far said nothing about the subject raised by my hon. Friend. He is talking about the British Travel Association.

Orders of the Day — Holiday Travel Trade (13 Dec 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: I have less than one minute. I must declare a small interest. I want to emphasise that the Minister of State seems to overlook the fact that this, as he says, Stabiliser, is in operation. In the meantime this amalgamation has not taken place. Therefore, many firms outside A.B.T.A. will be shut out from the opportunity of booking tours through A.B.T.A. tour operators. It is very unfair——

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Labour: Absenteeism (6 Dec 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Has my right hon. Friend noticed the number of Questions asked so far today and the amount of absenteeism on the Opposition benches?

Orders of the Day — Post Office Savings Bank Bill (3 Dec 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: The hon. Member for Howden (Mr. Bryan) has made an agreeable and constructive speech, spoilt by some rather unfair criticism of my right hon. Friend, especially in regard to his alleged absences from the House. I should have thought that that remark could apply to many hon. Members on both sides of the House—and in any case this is rather a bad day to complain about absences from the House,...

Orders of the Day — Pensions (Increase) Bill (1 Dec 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: I think it would be convenient if we also took Amendment No. 9, in page 7, line 42, at end insert: 7. A pension in respect of service under a local authority or other statutory body in any overseas territory, which service was by the provisions of any law, deemed to be "other public service" for the purposes of any law for the grant of pensions to persons serving under the Government of such...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Defence: Territorial Army (24 Nov 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: May we have an assurance that my right hon. Friend will not attempt to amalgamate the Black Watch with the Gordon Highlanders?

Orders of the Day — Pensions (Increase) Bill (18 Nov 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Other hon. Members apart from myself must have listened with a certain amount of cynical amusement to the speech of the hon. Member for Worcester (Mr. Peter Walker). I seem to remember that many of the arguments which he used were put by this party and knocked down by the then Government during the long barren years of Tory Administration. Listening to the hon. Gentleman, one might have...

Orders of the Day — Pensions (Increase) Bill (18 Nov 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Naturally I bow to your Ruling, Mr. Deputy Speaker, and I certainly do not wish to mention super-annuitants again. But let us look at the list and see whether hon. Members who have perhaps a little more imagination than I have can think of some other sections which would be equally applicable to this long list in Schedule 1. There is a list of 31 different classes of people, quite apart from...

Orders of the Day — Pensions (Increase) Bill (18 Nov 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: With great respect, there are one or two additional classes in this Bill which were not in the 1962 Act. I suggest that the hon. Member's argument would not hold water. In any case, surely it is a question whether a person is a public servant or not. How far can we go? We might have a class of public servants who were not included in the Bill because the undertaking in which they were...

Orders of the Day — Pensions (Increase) Bill (18 Nov 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: The hon. Member has referred several times to the increase in the cost of living over the last year. Why does not he refer to the increase in the cost of living over the last 13 or 14 years? What was the need for the 1962 Act, for example?

Oral Answers to Questions — Land and Natural Resources: Duchies of Cornwall and Lancaster and the Land Commission (1 Nov 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Will my hon. Friend try to curb the desire on the part of the Opposition to provide more jobs for the legal boys?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Nationalised Transport Industry (Delivery Delays) (27 Oct 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Does the Parliamentary Secretary accept the implication of this Question, that these delays are solely due to the nationalised transport industry?

Textile Industry (5 Aug 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Like the hon. and learned Member for Darwen (Mr. Fletcher-Cooke), I represent a cotton textile industry constituency, or rather a constituency that was predominantly cotton textile, but which, unfortunately, is no longer so, and I find myself strangely in agreement with the hon. and learned Gentleman on this occasion. I would not claim that the cotton textile industry is the most shining...

Postal Giro Service (21 Jul 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: I beg to move, That this House would welcome the establishment of a postal giro service in the United Kingdom offering similar facilities to those given by postal giro systems in other countries. I should like to begin by mentioning one or two facts which, I think, are not controversial. The first is that this giro system was first introduced about 80 years ago in Austria and that now at...

Postal Giro Service (21 Jul 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: The sub-post office might have a telephone.

Postal Giro Service (21 Jul 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: And does not pay interest.

Postal Giro Service (21 Jul 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Is my right hon. Friend contemplating an international link-up, as there is in Europe?

Postal Giro Service (21 Jul 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: rose in his place and claimed to move, That the Question now be put.

Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (13 Jul 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Further to that point of order. The hon. Member has said that he is not attacking my hon. Friend the Joint Parliamentary Secretary. Are we to understand that he is here to bury Caesar and not to praise him?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Pigs (7 Jul 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: In considering all these demands for higher prices for farmers, will my right hon. Friend bear in mind the interests of consumers?

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