Results 81–100 of 402 for speaker:Mr Thomas Naylor

Orders of the Day — Transference of Labour (23 Feb 1943)

Mr Thomas Naylor: As representing a riverside constituency in London, I propose to put one or two points before the Minister with regard to the existing grievances among London dockers and stevedores. It does seem extraordinary that a most ordinary Member should be speaking on such a subject to the Minister of Labour, who has justly earned the reputation of being the dockers' K.C. If he were here, I would...

Orders of the Day — Transference of Labour (23 Feb 1943)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I understand from the Parliamentary Secretary that that is so. I had not been informed to that extent, and I am very glad to hear it. It certainly would be a great hardship on these men if they were kept a couple of weeks without having something substantial on which to live in the meantime. Another complaint that has been made—and I put it forward with all reservation, because I know the...

Orders of the Day — Police (Appeals) Bill (19 Jan 1943)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I do not think the hon. Member for Wallasey (Mr. Reakes) is quite justified in the criticism he made of the right hon. Gentleman for introducing this Bill. Surely he understands that this is not the initial legislation dealing with this subject, but is only concerned with making certain changes in an Act of Parliament passed in 1927, of which the police rank and file heartily approve. It is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Wimbledon Borough Electrical Engineer (Pension) (19 Nov 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that Wimbledon Borough Council has decided to pay the electrical engineer of the borough, after 13 years' contributing service, a retiring pension of £2,426 per annum, to take effect in February, 1943; whether he is satisfied that the rate of pension conforms to the Ministry's directions on economy in local government expenditure; and whether...

Oral Answers to Questions — Wimbledon Borough Electrical Engineer (Pension) (19 Nov 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that the two periods of service in Manchester and in London were separated by three years of private practice, and that this officer has been given permission to engage in private practice during his term of office, and will probably do so, and—

Oral Answers to Questions — Railings Removal (14 Oct 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Is my hon. Friend aware that these persons are not only losing their railings, but they are also losing their heads?

Oral Answers to Questions — Fire-Guards (Amending Order). (4 Aug 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Are any penalties to be imposed for failure to comply?

Civil Defence. (30 Jul 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: There is a strong feeling among local authorities in London, for whom alone I can speak, at the fact that they are not being reimbursed for all the expenditure to which they have to submit in connection with enemy action. I think it is recognised that the Home Secretary is not altogether responsible for what is happening. Behind him we see the grim, dark figure of the Chancellor of the...

Orders of the Day — Members' Passes (Inspection). (9 Jul 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: The statement made by the right hon. and learned Gentleman raises a fresh doubt in my mind as to the nature of the instructions to be given by the Serjeant at Arms to the police officers concerned. The right hon. and learned Gentleman said "Whatever instructions may be given from time to time" and he illustrated that by supposing that the instruction was issued on the next Sitting Day. One...

Orders of the Day — Members' Passes (Inspection). (9 Jul 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Am I not right in concluding from that statement that the object of asking Members to produce their passes is to see that they are actually carrying their passes and not with reference to the safety of the place by preventing the admission of unauthorised persons?

Orders of the Day — Members' Passes (Inspection). (9 Jul 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Surely it is not suggested that it is necessary that Members should have their passes? If they are known to be Members the passes are not required, and yet Members are to be put under the obligation of answering to the police officers when they do not actually know whether the police officers have had instructions on that particular occasion to ask for the pass. In the last resort it is the...

Orders of the Day — Members' Passes (Inspection). (9 Jul 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Am I to understand that the Amendment in my name is not to be called? If so, have I sacrificed the opportunity of moving the Amendment by having already spoken?

Orders of the Day — Members' Passes (Inspection). (9 Jul 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: No, Sir. It would not be respectful of me to take exception to anything which you say, but, in reply, I would point out that I have many more speeches to make yet.

Orders of the Day — Members' Passes (Inspection). (9 Jul 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I beg to move, in line 3, after "Members," to insert "not recognised by such officers." Before proceeding to the argument, may I congratulate my right hon. Friend on having saved the Government a very serious dereat? I know of course that he is not personally responsible for all this trouble. The Noble Lord the Member for Horsham (Earl Winterton), on the last occasion when we were discussing...

Orders of the Day — Members' Passes (Inspection). (9 Jul 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Will the right hon. and learned Gentleman explain why it should be necessary to issue instructions from time to time? What sort of occasion has he in mind?

Orders of the Day — Members' Passes (Inspection). (9 Jul 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: What is the object of the inspection of the passes?

Orders of the Day — Members' Passes (Inspection). (9 Jul 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Is it to see whether we are good boys?

Oral Answers to Questions — Bomb Explosion, Southwark. (9 Jun 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: asked whether the Home Secretary has any information to give to the House concerning the explosion which occurred in Southwark on Saturday last?

Oral Answers to Questions — Bomb Explosion, Southwark. (9 Jun 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: In view of the importance of the matter to other bombed areas, will the result of any inquiry which may yet be made and the conclusions arrived at be communicated to other A.R.P. services? Also would not the hon. Gentleman agree that in this case the Southwark A.R.P. services responded promptly and courageously to this unexpected call on their services?

Orders of the Day — Restoration of Pre-War Trade Practices Bill.: Clause 5. — (Offences and penalties.) (12 Feb 1942)

Mr Thomas Naylor: On a point of Order. In view of the fact that the hon. Member for Mossley (Mr. Hopkinson) has expressed his defiance of the House of Commons and declared his intention of not carrying out the provisions of what may shortly become an Act of Parliament, is not that sufficient justification for you, Sir, to order his removal to the Clock Tower?


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