All 18 results for speaker:Mr John Loverseed

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Air Force Estimates, 1924–25. (31 Jul 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: The Prime Minister also said the intention was to give employment to the unemployed.

Supply.: Grants for Compensation for Damage by Enemy Action. (10 Jul 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: I merely rise in order to press forward the case of some people in my constituency who suffered through an air-raid in which a large number of cottages belonging to people of very small means were destroyed, and who put in applications for reparations, but up to this moment they have not received a single copper. In three of these cases the cottages were owned by men who lived in them, and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Naval Review. (2 Jul 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: Will new Members receive priority? [HON. MEMBERS: "Oh!"]

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 6. — (Rate of Entertainments Duty.) (30 Jun 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: The only source of attraction in the very sparsely populated districts like my own is the small agricultural and horticultural shows which are held during the summer months. I have had letters from the promoters of quite a number of the smaller shows in my constituency, pointing out that this tax has a very serious effect upon their undertakings, and I hope the Chancellor of the Exchequer...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Naval Display, River Thames. (18 Jun 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: Will it be possible for the "Enchantress" to come up the, Thames?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Admiralty Yacht "enchantress." (4 Jun 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: 15. asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty whether the recommissioning of the "Enchantress" will involve regilding the external parts of the ship; and, if so, what the regilding will cost?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Rural Roads (Grants). (3 Jun 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that many of the district councils this year are totally unable to deal with the roads because of the insufficiency of the grants?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Tithe Act, 1920. (19 May 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: Will the right hon. Gentleman take into account also that, as stated when the last Bill was introduced, the cost would only amount to less than 1d. in the £ to the local ratepayers, whereas in Suffolk it amounts to 2s.?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Shipbuilding, Repairs, Maintenance, etc. — Contract Work. (8 May 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: May I ask whether the "Mauretania" and the "Lusitania" were subsidised in 1904; whether the reason for the subsidy then was the very great competition between them and German ships with regard to carrying mails; and whether the payment was £150,000 in order to help the Cunard Company with regard to these two ships? Seeing that the "Lusitania" has been sunk, is it not a fact that the Cunard...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Shipbuilding, Repairs, Maintenance, etc. — Contract Work. (8 May 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: I did not want to make an attack on the Cunard Company. I merely wanted to point out that the subsidy was far too large in these days, and that if one ship can be run without the subsidy, the other could, at any rate, be run cither without a subsidy or the subsidy could be greatly reduced.

Oral Answers to Questions — Budget Resolutions.: Income Tax (Government Loans). (6 May 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: 65. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether the Treasury has issued any directions under Section 46 (1) of the Income Tax Act, 1918, as to the manner in which it is to be shown that the securities referred to are in the beneficial ownership of persons who are not ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom; and, if not, whether the Treasury will issue such directions, without delay, in...

Oral Answers to Questions — Police Forces.: Foot-and-Mouth Disease. (13 Mar 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: Would the right hon. Gentleman say how many recent cases of foot-and-mouth disease have broken out in Nottinghamshire.

Orders of the Day — Supply. (6 Mar 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: Like the right hon. and gallant Gentleman the Member for Bury St. Edmunds (Lieut.-Colonel Guinness), I represent West Suffolk, and I am a member of the county council, and I should like to emphasise what the right hon. Gentleman said as to the condition of affairs in that county. In 1913 and 1914 we spent a tenpenny rate in the upkeep and maintenance of main roads. Last year the rate was 1s....

Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men.: Ministry of Pensions (Dismissals). (21 Feb 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: Will the same information be supplied to other hon. Members in whose constituencies there are ex-service men in the same position?

Orders of the Day — Diseases of Animals [Money]. (18 Feb 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: Are we discussing the Capital Levy or cattle?

Orders of the Day — Diseases of Animals [Money]. (18 Feb 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: May I ask one or two questions with relation to this matter? I have friends who reside in Cheshire who have had their cattle destroyed. They were advised by the Minister to have their cattle slaughtered or otherwise they would have to take the sole risk of what happened later. Is the Minister of Agriculture quite sure that the one way out is by slaughter. I understand that in regard to one...

Government Policy. (14 Feb 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: May I claim the indulgence of the House? I intervene with reference to a great problem, one of the greatest problems that my right hon. Friends will have to face, and that is the present condition of agriculture. During the past 20 years I have on many occasions spoken with my hon. Friend the Member for South Norfolk (Mr. G. Edwards) and I largely agree with a great deal that he said...

Government Policy. (14 Feb 1924)

Mr John Loverseed: I had hoped that the Prime Minister would have given us a much better outline yesterday of his policy with regard to agriculture. I would urge the Minister of Agriculture, who comes from a county adjoining that which I represent, to take several matters I have mentioned into his serious consideration, so that at an early date we may have a settlement of these urgent problems.


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