Results 21–40 of 402 for speaker:Mr Thomas Naylor

Orders of the Day — National Insurance (Recommitted) Bill: Clause 59. — (Married women.) (22 May 1946)

Mr Thomas Naylor: What happens if an employed woman who elected to contract out of the scheme on marriage, wants to return to industry later on? Does she lose any qualification arising from her previous membership owing to her having elected to go out of the scheme after marriage?

Orders of the Day — Trade Disputes and Trade Unions Bill (26 Feb 1946)

Mr Thomas Naylor: On a point of Order. Like my colleague the hon. Member for Nuneaton (Mr. Bowles) I fail to understand how these Amendments can be in Order. The situation is a very peculiar one, and has no precedent for many years. Yesterday, I took the precaution of consulting that well-known authority, Erskine May. I find that there has been a decision that would apply to the situation which now faces the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Hansard (Weekly Issue) (18 Dec 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury if he has any statement to make concerning the practicability of publishing a weekly issue of the OFFICIAL REPORT, HANSARD.

Procedure (Standing Committees) (15 Nov 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: How does the hon. Gentleman know that?

Civil Estimates, 1945: Family Allowances Bill (11 Jun 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Like other hon. Members, I welcome the fact that agreement has been reached in regard to the acceptance of the new Clause, but I would remind the House and especially the right hon. Gentleman the Member for South-West Bethnal Green (Sir P. Harris) that this agreement has been reached only under duress. The Prime Minister clearly stated last week that unless the Opposition were prepared to...

Civil Estimates, 1945: Family Allowances Bill (11 Jun 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I do not know whether my right hon. Friend was present at Question time when the Business of the House was being discussed and when the Prime Minister, in referring to these Clauses in the Bill, said most clearly that unless the Opposition and the House were prepared to accept the Amendment as it would be presented to the House the Bill would be dropped.

Civil Estimates, 1945: Family Allowances Bill (11 Jun 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: We will leave the definition of that word on one side, and I will not press that word in the vocabulary of the right hon. Gentleman, I will agree with him that agreement has been reached, with good will on both sides of the House, but nevertheless there was the fact of what the Prime Minister said. That remains in HANSARD and cannot be disputed and must have some effect upon hon. Members and...

Civil Estimates, 1945: Family Allowances Bill (11 Jun 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: When did this take place, and how large was the Labour Party here at that time?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Paper Allocation (General Election) (28 Mar 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: asked the Minister of Supply if he will give particulars concerning the method of distributing paper and card for the purposes of the General Election; and if it is intended to give national party organisations a direct allocation for national poster propaganda, apart from ordinary constituency requirements.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Paper Allocation (General Election) (28 Mar 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: May I ask my hon. Friend whether the House will have an opportunity of considering those arrangements before they are finally fixed?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Paper Allocation (General Election) (28 Mar 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: May I have an answer to my question? [Interruption.] May I direct my hon. Friend's attention to the fact that I have called for a reply?

Orders of the Day — Wages Councils Bill: Clause 16. — (Criminal liability of agent and superior employer, and special defence open to employer.) (6 Feb 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I am not clear who is to be made responsible for a contravention of the law. In many industries there are several degrees of management. There are the manager of the concern, the overseer of a department and the foreman over a certain number of men. In some cases it might be the foreman, and not the overseer or the manager, who had contravened the law. Are we to understand that proceedings...

Orders of the Day — Wages Councils Bill: Clause 24. — (Application to Scotland.) (6 Feb 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: It would be a great pity if this discussion ended on the discordant note which has just been sounded by the hon. Member for Southampton (Dr. Russell Thomas). He seems to have overlooked the fact that this Bill has been introduced in order to protect workers, and not for those who employ workers. If he is here in the interest of those who employ workers, I claim to be here representing the...

Orders of the Day — Wages Councils Bill: Clause 7. — (General Provisions as to wages councils.) (1 Feb 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Will the Minister give the Committee some indication of what these matters might be?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Billeting Officer, Carmarthenshire (Obstruction) (18 Jan 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: asked the Minister of Health if his attention has been drawn to the recent action taken against Canon J. M. James, Rector of St Clears, Carmarthenshire, who assaulted the local billeting officer, Mr. W. Emlyn Jones, by striking him on the head and rendering him unconscious and who was fined £5 plus costs on a charge of obstruction only; why there was no charge of the more serious offence of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Billeting Officer, Carmarthenshire (Obstruction) (18 Jan 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: In the circumstances disclosed by that answer, will the right hon. Gentleman agree that the billeting officer was the better Christian of the two?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture: Women's Land Army (Welfare) (18 Jan 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: asked the Minister of Agriculture what supervision is exercised by his Department over the welfare arrangements for members of the W.L.A., especially in respect to small isolated groups working under the severe conditions of winter, often without protection or cover and without being given the amount of rest and refreshment necessary to counter the effects of such exposure.

Oral Answers to Questions — General Election (Paper Supplies) (18 Jan 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: asked the Minister of Supply if he is satisfied that there will be sufficient paper and envelopes available to meet the requirements of a General Election in the event of the date of the Election falling between March and July, 1945; and what arrangements will be made, when the time comes, for the allocation and distribution of these to ensure that all candidates and parties are fully and...

Oral Answers to Questions — General Election (Paper Supplies) (18 Jan 1945)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Will the hon. Gentleman agree to receive a deputation from the Federation of Master Printers, in view of the many complications arising?


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