All 5 results for speaker:Mr George Machin

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation ( 8 Mar 1973)

Mr George Machin: It is with pride and pleasure that I speak for the first time in this House as Member for Dundee, East—pride and pleasure that I was chosen by the people of Dundee, East to follow George Thomson, who served the constituency for more than 20 years, and served it very well. I believe that he served it for longer than any other Member has represented the people of Dundee before he resigned to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Earning Power (27 Jun 1973)

Mr George Machin: asked the Secretary of State for Scotland what study his Department has made of the effect of the present loss of earning power in Scotland due to the prevailing level of unemployment.

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Earning Power (27 Jun 1973)

Mr George Machin: Is the Secretary of State aware that the loss of spending power in Scotland because of registered unemployment is about £160 million a year and in respect of unregistered employment is possibly £200 million a year, and that this loss has a big effect on the Scottish economy? If there were less unemployment, more money would be spent in the shops and there would be less need for rebates....

Economic and Energy Situation (18 Dec 1973)

Mr George Machin: They have to work five days a week.

Government Scientists (Pay) ( 7 Feb 1974)

Mr George Machin: Does the hon. Gentleman feel that this can be dealt with by the Government as employer making the necessary adjustments, or by the Pay Board through its relativities report?

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