Results 61–80 of 2161 for speaker:Mr Henry Hynd

Orders of the Day — Clause 6. — (Vehicles Excise Duty: Exemptions and Reliefs.) (20 May 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: I think that it would be for the convenience of the Committee to take, at the same time, Amendment No. 23, in page 4, line 24, at end insert: not used primarily for passenger conveyance". Amendment No. 24, in line 24, at end insert: (k) local authority cesspool emptiers;(l) local authority refuse disposal vehicles;(m) local authority street sweeping vehicles. and Amendment No. 114, in line...

Clause 5. — (Vehicles Excise Duty: Increases and Alterations.) (19 May 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: It is suggested that with this Amendment the Committee should discuss the following Amendments:

Clause 5. — (Vehicles Excise Duty: Increases and Alterations.) (19 May 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Motor cars are not dealt with in the Amendments which we are now discussing.

Clause 5. — (Vehicles Excise Duty: Increases and Alterations.) (19 May 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Perhaps I have been a little too indulgent, but the Amendments deal with neither goods vehicles nor motor cars in general.

Clause 5. — (Vehicles Excise Duty: Increases and Alterations.) (19 May 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: That Amendment is not being discussed with these.

Clause 5. — (Vehicles Excise Duty: Increases and Alterations.) (19 May 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: The hon. Gentleman would be out of order if he did that.

Clause 5. — (Vehicles Excise Duty: Increases and Alterations.) (19 May 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Will the hon. Member please come to the Amendment?

Clause 5. — (Vehicles Excise Duty: Increases and Alterations.) (19 May 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: I am sorry to interrupt again, but these Amendments do not deal with the farming industry.

Clause 5. — (Vehicles Excise Duty: Increases and Alterations.) (19 May 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: I did pull up the hon. Member for Macclesfield (Sir A. V. Harvey). I did not know whether he intended to suggest that some farmers were riding bicycles.

Clause 5. — (Vehicles Excise Duty: Increases and Alterations.) (19 May 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Shall we leave it at that and get on with the Amendment?

Clause 2. — (Amendments as to Relief from Import Duties.) (17 May 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Order. The hon. Member is talking in a very general way about the subject. Is he relating it to the Amendment?

Clause 2. — (Amendments as to Relief from Import Duties.) (17 May 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Yes, but the hon. Member must not talk about the Clause in general when we are dealing with this Amendment.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Power: Smokeless Fuels (6 Apr 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Can my hon. Friend assure us that next winter there will be an adequate supply in the respective areas; in other words, that the distribution will be satisfactory, because of the fact that smokeless zones are not evenly spread throughout the country?

Economic Assessment: Amendment of the Law (6 Apr 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: This is not a debate on procedure. We had better get back to the Budget.

Oral Answers to Questions — Gibraltar: White Paper (1 Apr 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Will my hon. Friend in the White Paper deal with the question of British tourists to Spain? Will she point out to the Spanish Government that if they continue with this line of action there are ways and means of taking action on our part?

Oral Answers to Questions — Commonwealth Relations: Bailey (Malta) Ltd. (30 Mar 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Are not these legal proceedings continuing far too long and piling up heavy costs which eventually will have to be borne by the British taxpayer?

Orders of the Day — Consumer Protection (25 Mar 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Inadequate though the machinery might be, would not my hon. Friend agree that for the first time these nationalisation Measures introduced a scheme for consumer protection?

Orders of the Day — Railway Superannuitants (25 Mar 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: I wish to change the subject, and I hope that I am in order in doing so, because I have waited all night to bring before the House the subject of a Motion which has been on the Notice Paper since the beginning of this Parliament, namely, That this House notes with regret that the Pensions (Increase) Acts do not provide for railway superannuitants whose pensions fail to match rises in the cost...

Railway Superannuitants: Ports (Deep-Water Berths) (25 Mar 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: Is it not merely a convenient administrative fiction that the employees of the nationalised railways are not public servants? If the Government, when they nationalised the railways, had treated railwaymen in the same way as, for instance, the employees of the Post Office are treated, they would have come under the Pension Increase Acts, but because the railways were called a public...

Railway Superannuitants: Ports (Deep-Water Berths) (25 Mar 1965)

Mr Henry Hynd: There is some misunderstanding here. These supplements are not paid to any railway superannuitant who also gets the State pension. Until recent years railway salaried staff were excluded from National Insurance and many of them did not qualify for retirement benefits.


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