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Coal (Charges) (Amendment) (No. 1) Order, 1945 (29 May 1945)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Foot-and-mouth disease.

Orders of the Day — Housing (22 Mar 1945)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: How many firms are to be set on this experimental work? Can we have a list of the firms who are to be commissioned for it?

Demobilisation and Re-Employment (13 Mar 1945)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: And Scotland.

Orders of the Day — Crimea Conference (1 Mar 1945)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Does the hon. and gallant Gentleman mean the French Ambassador?

Orders of the Day — Crimea Conference (1 Mar 1945)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: I was not quite sure.

Orders of the Day — Crimea Conference (1 Mar 1945)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Stalin shook hands with Hitler, did he not?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Diphtheria Immunisation, Glasgow (20 Feb 1945)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Improve the housing in Glasgow.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Service: Economists and Statisticians (20 Feb 1945)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Is it the case that the famous astrologer, Mr. Naylor, has been invited to join this staff?

Class I: Civil Aviation (26 Jan 1945)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: It is a deathtrap, anyway.

Orders of the Day — A.T.S. (Overseas Service) (24 Jan 1945)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Will that be a male officer?

Orders of the Day — Wages Councils Bill (16 Jan 1945)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: To lower them?

Orders of the Day — Debate on the Address: Housing (7 Dec 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: I do not want to occupy much time because, coming in at the tail-end of the Debate, one is liable to repeat many arguments with which one agrees, and not to add very much to the solution of the problem. As I listened to the new Minister to-day the phrase was running through my mind, "Is your house built upon a rock, or upon the sands?" The right hon. Gentleman was doing his best to introduce...

Orders of the Day — Debate on the Address: Housing (7 Dec 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: I stand corrected. Will there be temporary houses produced before Christmas?

Orders of the Day — Debate on the Address: Housing (7 Dec 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: I have been through this hut and examined it. It is far from the ideal home that one would like to remain in under duress for four or five years, but it would be a God-send to thousands of people now. This group promised to produce 10,000 of these huts before Christmas, and they were turned down. I want to know if that is true, because that would have been a great help in bombed areas where...

Agriculture (Prices) (5 Dec 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: May I ask if the statement we have heard to-day commits the House in any way specifically to a policy without our making any decision? Is it purely machinery? If it is purely machinery, one can understand it, but if there is something more to it and the House is being committed to something in the nature of a definite policy, surely the statement should be discussed by the House.

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (1 Dec 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: With the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Carnarvon Boroughs (Mr. Lloyd George).

Orders of the Day — British Advertisements, Russia (1 Dec 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Is not the Secretary for Overseas Trade a Liberal?

Social Insurance (2 Nov 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: Standing the racket.

Social Insurance (2 Nov 1944)

Mr Andrew MacLaren: rose—


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