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Results 1–20 of 163 for speaker:Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn

Defence Programme (Seasonal Workers) (2 Aug 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: The subject I wish to ventilate is that of seasonal workers in the defence programme. This is not a subject which has blown up over-night, because for some months now hon. Members who form the all-party Resorts and Tourism Committee have been very much concerned about the reservoir of unemployed people in our constituencies all round our coasts and in certain inland areas during the winter...

Defence Programme (Seasonal Workers) (2 Aug 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: Will my hon. Friend give an assurance that his officials and those of the Ministers I have mentioned will get together during the Recess and review this problem?

Orders of the Day — Transport (31 Jul 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: That is not true.

Orders of the Day — Transport (31 Jul 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: Squadron Leader Kinghorn rose —

Orders of the Day — Transport (31 Jul 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: That is not true.

Orders of the Day — Herring Industry Scheme (31 Jul 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: It is a curious commentary on our affairs that we have two commodities with which nature provides this country—coal and the herring—and have witnessed the exodus from this Chamber of hon. Members who have been tearing their hair out over tankers for Poland and the Japanese Peace Treaty. I have in my division a most efficient rayon industry which has developed since the war, and I would...

Orders of the Day — Herring Industry Scheme (31 Jul 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: Let me make my point. The peak of the herring season is in the East Anglian season, when the combined fleets of England and Scotland assemble in the port of Yarmouth.

Orders of the Day — Herring Industry Scheme (31 Jul 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: I am not disputing where they are now. Some are at South Shields. Hon. Members have been eating South Shields kippers tonight. The time when the boats—

Orders of the Day — Herring Industry Scheme (31 Jul 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: I will see that when we meet after the Recess the experts mentioned in the draft Order give a demonstration. A scientific skill is involved. Many curers and processors will say that the herrings now being caught off the East Coast of England and Scotland are nothing like as good for making kippers as those we shall be getting in October off Yarmouth. This is the only occasion when I can...

Orders of the Day — Herring Industry Scheme (31 Jul 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: It is not very often that people say I talk nonsense. I said that they are expected to leave the Yarmouth and Lowestoft areas when the whole of the fishing fleet is there and go haring-off to Edinburgh to attend meetings. The whole of the Herring Board should go to Yarmouth at that time of the year. I know there is an expert there because I have met the man, and he is a very good man. But he...

Orders of the Day — Herring Industry Scheme (31 Jul 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: Whether they are of high or low quality, herrings are there in such quantities that they are an industry vital to the economy of Yarmouth.

Orders of the Day — Herring Industry Scheme (31 Jul 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: They must have been on holiday.

Orders of the Day — Herring Industry Scheme (31 Jul 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: Surely my hon. Friend knows that there is one name only in the great export trade to the Levant and that is Henry Sutton, of Great Yarmouth?

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence: Strength (21 Jun 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many recruits for Civil Defence have been enrolled during the last six months in East Anglia.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence: Strength (21 Jun 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: In view of the gratifying results which we naturally expect from East Anglia, would my hon. Friend say how those figures compare with the overall figures for the rest of the country?

Nigeria (Development Plan) (7 Jun 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: Because of my memories of my recent visit to the Gold Coast, I should like to support what my hon. Friend the Member for Rugby (Mr. J. Johnson) has said. When we consider the 10-year plans for Nigeria and the Gold Coast, it is apparent that, once the political setup has been arranged and everybody is willing to work it, the economic difficulties constitute the first task to be tackled....

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Fishing Industry (Sisal) (5 Jun 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: Will the Minister see that the English fishing fleet gets a fair share of manila rope?

Orders of the Day — Colonial Development Corporation (29 May 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: Squadron Leader Kinghorn (Yarmouth) rose—

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Flying Instructors (25 Apr 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: Is my hon. Friend not aware that it is a job for the trade unions concerned and that the air pilots have very efficient trade unions for the purpose of settling these grievances?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Tiger Moth Aircraft (25 Apr 1951)

Squadron Leader Ernest Kinghorn: asked the Secretary of State for Air to what extent Royal Air Force pilots are trained on Tiger Moth aircraft.


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