Results 21–24 of 24 for speaker:Mr George Jarrett

Oral Answers to Questions — France and Ruhr District.: British Troops (Payment). (12 Mar 1923)

Mr George Jarrett: Is it not a fact that officers of the Rhine Army are paid in sterling, and is there any real reason why the men should not be so paid?

Orders of the Day — Civil Services Supplementary Estimates, 1922–23.: Belief of Unemployment. (8 Dec 1922)

Mr George Jarrett: I, too, must commence by asking the indulgence of the Committee for a maiden effort, and I should like to say, in that regard, that, if my maiden effort reaches the level of many to which I have had the privilege of listening since this Parliament met, I shall, personally, be not at all sorry. I wish, if I may, to call the attention of the Committee to a matter about which I have had some...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men.: Mental Cases. (7 Dec 1922)

Mr George Jarrett: 9. asked the Minister of Pensions whether he will state the estimated cost to the Ministry of the appeals by friends of the 700 ex-service men now or recently in asylums and chargeable to the local guardians of the poor; and whether, seeing that the cost of present- ing the cases of these unfortunate men before the appeal tribunals is an unnecessary public expense, he will, in the case of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Imperial Economic Conference. (7 Dec 1922)

Mr George Jarrett: 47. asked the Prime Minister whether, when sending invitations to the Governments of the Dominions to the proposed Imperial Economic Conference, he will request them to bring considered schemes of development in the different Dominions in addition to proposals in connection with the stimulation of trade between their countries and Great Britain?

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