Results 161–180 of 402 for speaker:Mr Thomas Naylor

Tribunals of Inquiry (Evidence) Act, 1921. (12 Jun 1939)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Will the Tribunal have power to make a recommendation?

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Insurance Bill.: New Clause. — (Abolition of waiting period.) (6 Jun 1939)

Mr Thomas Naylor: May I ask whether the selection of the Amendments was made by Mr. Speaker himself or by the Deputy-Speaker?

Orders of the Day — Camps Bill. (29 Mar 1939)

Mr Thomas Naylor: My object in rising is to ask for information on a matter which does not appear to be dealt with in the Bill itself. I think we are right in assuming that, whether in peace or war time, the accommodation provided in these camps will be far below what we have reason to expect will be the demand. The Bill does not indicate in any way, in the event of local authorities making demands for...

Road Accidents. (16 Nov 1938)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I am sure the House welcomes the sympathetic way in which the Minister has approached the Motion, and we on this side welcome the fact that he has apparently determined to advise the House to accept it. He seemed to be of the opinion that the speed-limit has little or nothing to do with the great increase of accidents, that the real cause is the human factor, and that with more consideration...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Air-Raid Precautions. (10 Nov 1938)

Mr Thomas Naylor: asked the Lord Privy Seal (1) whether he will take steps to provide means for the collection and official storage of gas-masks in densely populated areas; (2) what steps he proposes to take for checking the condition of gas-masks already issued to the civilian population, bearing in mind the difficulty of safe storage in working-class homes?

Orders of the Day — Bacon Industry Bill. (11 Apr 1938)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I would like to ask the Minister whether he is aware that this Bill makes a radical change, which may prove to be a very unjust one, to the small producers of bacon. In London you have a number of bacon producers who are exempt under the existing scheme; they are known as small producers because they do not produce more than 40 cwt. of bacon in any two consecutive months. Are we to understand...

Electricity Supply, South London. (9 Nov 1937)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I would like to supplement what my hon. Friend the Member for North Lambeth (Mr. G. Strauss) has said in respect of this grievance, which is held by a very large number of consumers in South London. This fixed price electricity company is rather badly named because the price is anything but fixed. It has been in existence as a company for something like 30 years and has had a very long...

Orders of the Day — Factories Bill.: New Clause. — (Safety-first committees.) (15 Jun 1937)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I agree with the hon. member for Brentford and Chiswick (Mr. Mitchell) that this question should be decided on non-party lines, and I hope that he will carry that spirit of independence to the Division Lobby. As far as I was able to follow the argument of the Under-Secretary, I gather that there is no difference of opinion between him and the movers of the Amendment as to the desirability of...

Private Business.: LONDON PASSENGER TRANSPORT BOARD BILL. (By Order.) (26 Apr 1937)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I beg to second the Amendment. I do so for reasons different from those advanced by my hon. Friend the Mover. I hope to get an assurance from the Minister in respect of certain financial considerations which I have to raise, particularly with reference to Clause 5. It provides for the substitution of a trolley omnibus system for the present tramway system. This change is going to cost the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Police Inquiries. (18 Mar 1937)

Mr Thomas Naylor: asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware that recently the police called at the place of work of a member of the Printing Machine Managers' Trade Society, and made inquiries as to the man's wages, hours of work, and general character; that the Commissioner of Police has since admitted that the allegations against the man were unfounded; what was the nature of these allegations; and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Police Inquiries. (18 Mar 1937)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Will the right hon. Gentleman explain why the police officer went to the man's employers instead of to his private address, and say whether such action has his approval?

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Police Inquiries. (18 Mar 1937)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Does the right hon. Gentleman approve of inquiries being made at the place where the man works; or would his Department favour instructions being given to police officers that when they have to make inquiries for any reason whatever they should make them at a man's private address, and not at his place of employment?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance.: Fair Wages Clause. (9 Feb 1937)

Mr Thomas Naylor: asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether he will consider the advisability of taking steps to introduce similar safeguards into the House of Commons Fair Wages Resolution as have been recently adopted by the London County Council for their fair wages clause, making it compulsory for council contractors to recognise fair conditions of employment in respect to all their employés...

Clause 4 (Prohibition of offensive weapons at public, meetings and processions), ordered to stand part of the Bill.: Clause 5. — (Prohibition of offensive conduct conducive to breaches of the peace.) (26 Nov 1936)

Mr Thomas Naylor: ; As the hon. Member for Camlachie (Mr. Stephen) appears to wish to divide the Committee on this Amendment, I would like to say why I cannot support it. I would remind him that it is not what is said in support of his Amendment or in support of any legislation before this House that counts when a case is considered by magistrates in court. What is considered is what is actually said in the...

Clause 4 (Prohibition of offensive weapons at public, meetings and processions), ordered to stand part of the Bill.: Clause 5. — (Prohibition of offensive conduct conducive to breaches of the peace.) (26 Nov 1936)

Mr Thomas Naylor: ; Again I must remind the hon. Member that magistrates pay no respect whatever to explanations such as we have just had from him. It would be no good in court to quote the speech of the hon. Member. The magistrate would say, "I am not concerned with the hon. Member for Camlachie; here is the Act, and this lecturer at this meeting said something calculated to excite racial or religious...

Orders of the Day — Shops (Sunday Trading Restriction) Bill.: New Clause. — (Special provisions for County of London.) (24 Apr 1936)

Mr Thomas Naylor: This proposed new Clause deals with London, and so far no London Member has spoken upon it. While as a London representative I am truly grateful to the hon. Members for North Tottenham (Mr. R. C. Morrison) and South Tottenham (Mr. Messer) and the hon. and gallant Member for Hitchin (Sir A. Wilson) for their desire for London interests, I am bound to point out that neither of those Members...

Orders of the Day — Shops (Sunday Trading Restriction) Bill.: Clause 5. — (Provision for Jewish traders.) (24 Apr 1936)

Mr Thomas Naylor: Will the hon. and gallant Member say to what extent the table he has read will be affected by the Amendment which has just been adopted? That Amendment left out the words "Saturday as the" and inserted, "the Jewish," thereby enabling the Jewish trader to trade after sundown on Saturday.

Orders of the Day — Shops (Sunday Trading Restriction) Bill.: Clause 6. — (Special provisions for London.) (24 Apr 1936)

Mr Thomas Naylor: I hope the House will be careful before accepting the Amendment. As the hon. Member for Shore-ditch (Mr. Thurtle) has said, it will be extremely difficult to ascertain the opinion of the street traders who occupy the areas that are to be subject to the decision of the London County Council. I hope the House realises that these street traders of London are controlled by licences which are...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance.: Government Purchases. (29 Sep 1931)

Mr Thomas Naylor: 45. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the approximate amount of annual Budget expenditure on stores, material, and foodstuffs that would be affected by an increase in commodity prices?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance.: Government Purchases. (29 Sep 1931)

Mr Thomas Naylor: May I ask what additional taxation will be necessary to meet the increase in the price of these commodities which might arise from the imposition of a tariff?


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