Results 61–80 of 402 for speaker:Mr Thomas Naylor

Air Raids (Flying Bombs) (23 Jun 1944)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Will my right hon. Friend take steps to notify local authorities as to the desirability of executing immediate repairs where they are required, giving preference to smaller houses where the necessity exists?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Auxiliary Territorial Service (9 May 1944)

Mr Thomas Naylor: asked the Secretary of State for War if he is prepared to grant transfer facilities to officers and noncommissioned officers in the A.T.S. who are offered positions, after application, in the women's section of the police force.

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Auxiliary Territorial Service (9 May 1944)

Mr Thomas Naylor: If I were to submit an individual case of a member of the A.T.S. who has already served for two years in the Metropolitan Police, would it receive favourable consideration?

Members' Speeches, Hansard (Corrections and Reprints) (9 May 1944)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Is it not a fact, Mr. Speaker, that it is not absolutely necessary for hon. Members to order reprints of their speeches from the Stationery Office? Any hon. Member who requires his speech, or the speech of any other hon. Member, to be reprinted, can go to his local printer, in all probability even at the present time, and have his order executed without any trouble.

Orders of the Day — Education Bill: Clause 40. — (Schemes of further education.) (23 Mar 1944)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Following the explanation of the Minister, and the promise he has made, may I ask him further to consider this point? There are certain educational societies which now have a direct grant from the Board of Education and have direct access to the Board on matters affecting their operations. Will the Minister bear in mind the importance of maintaining this position in whatever alterations he...

Orders of the Day — Reinstatement in Civil Employment Bill.: Clause 10 — (Appeals from Reinstatement Committees.) (1 Mar 1944)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I am not opposing this Amendment, because I can see that it is necessary in order that the application shall be made within the prescribed time, but I should like the Minister to explain just how this Sub-section will operate. In the Unemployment Act an appeal is made to the umpire only on questions of general principle. Here it is different, because the appeal is on the facts of the case. We...

Income Tax (Offices and Employments): Clause 1. — (Obligation of employers to reinstate former employees.) (17 Feb 1944)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I support the Amendment before the Committee and would give this additional reason why it should be accepted. Many industries are of a seasonable character, that is to say, they are very busy for a few months of the year and later become slack. Sometimes the seasons alternate in the different quarters of the year. That means that if a man is to be employed for only six months, he might...

Income Tax (Offices and Employments): Clause 1. — (Obligation of employers to reinstate former employees.) (17 Feb 1944)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I was under a misapprehension and I am much obliged to the hon. Member for pointing it out.

Income Tax (Offices and Employments): Clause 4. — (Obligation of employers to continue to employ reinstated employees.) (17 Feb 1944)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I want to ask the Attorney-General whether a man who is summarily dismissed and decides to go to a court of law will go to the hardship committee? Assuming that he obtains a decision in his favour, does he then have to go to the hardship committee, or would the order of the court establish his right to reinstatement? If he goes to the hardship committee first and they decide against him, has...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Rubber Boots (Rural Postmen) (1 Feb 1944)

Mr Thomas Naylor: May we take it from that reply, that the Minister is determined that these men shall be "masters of their feet and captains of their soles"?

Orders of the Day — Disabled Persons (Employment) Bill: Clause 6. — (Register of disabled persons.) (18 Jan 1944)

Mr Thomas Naylor: On a point of Order. I want to draw your attention to the fact that this Amendment seeks to destroy what we have already passed in Clause 1. This is intended to be a Bill for enabling all disabled persons to find employment; that is clearly implied in the Preamble and in Clause 1 itself. If we say in Clause 1 that a disabled person is one disabled in war service or otherwise, how can we...

Orders of the Day — Disabled Persons (Employment) Bill: Clause 6. — (Register of disabled persons.) (18 Jan 1944)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I submit that the Amendment in fact conflicts with Clause 1. I waited before making my further point for the explanation of the hon. Member who moved the Amendment. This Bill depends on the compilation of a register. If this Bill is intended to take into account all disabled persons, and the Amendment seeks to limit the register to only a proportion of the disabled persons, it is quite...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Home Guard (30 Nov 1943)

Mr Thomas Naylor: asked the Secretary of State for War whether he has any statement to make concerning the result, of his inquiries into the circumstances which caused a number of officers in a certain battalion of the Home Guard to tender their resignations?

Orders of the Day — King's Speech: Debate on the Address (25 Nov 1943)

Mr Thomas Naylor: There is only one point I wish to make with regard to the King's Speech. This is the first time I have intervened during the period of the war in any Debate on His Majesty's Gracious Speech. I do so on this occasion because I have one or two matters to mention more particularly with regard to the expression that is used in the Speech bearing upon the finishing of the war with Germany and...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Home Guard (2 Nov 1943)

Mr Thomas Naylor: asked the Secretary of State for War whether he is aware of the dissatisfaction prevailing among all ranks of a certain battalion of the Home Guard, of which he has been informed, which has resulted in the resignations of three company commanders and three junior officers, and applications from 18 non-commissioned officers to be allowed to resume their former position in the ranks; and...

Orders of the Day — Pensions Appeal Tribunals Bill: Clause 6. — (Constitution, jurisdiction and procedure of Pensions Appeal Tribunals.) (22 Jul 1943)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I should like to mention a question which has been considered when we were discussing the White Paper. What I want to know is what will be the position in regard to a man who has met an injury on home leave. This is a question of high principle. In the event of a man who has met an injury in those circumstances appealing to the Minister for consideration, he will be told by the Minister that...

Orders of the Day — Pensions Appeal Tribunals Bill: Clause 6. — (Constitution, jurisdiction and procedure of Pensions Appeal Tribunals.) (22 Jul 1943)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Is not the Attorney-General in a position to answer my question?

Orders of the Day — Pensions Appeal Tribunals Bill (24 Jun 1943)

Mr Thomas Naylor: On that question of the right of appeal, will members of the Services who meet with injury while on leave have a right to appeal?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Beveridge Report (Implementation) (4 May 1943)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Will opportunity be given to the House to discuss the establishment of a Ministry of Social Security?

Oral Answers to Questions — Identity Cards (25 Mar 1943)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Will the occupation of the person be included in the particulars to be given?


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