Results 21–40 of 515 for speaker:Captain Leonard Plugge

Passenger Transport Vehicles (Construction Order) (21 Dec 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: May I ask whether the London Passenger Transport Board was included?

Passenger Transport Vehicles (Construction Order) (21 Dec 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: Does not the document which the Minister has read out show that those people did ask for an interview? Was it completely ignored?

War and International Situation (28 Sep 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: It is very difficult, after listening to a speech so comprehensive as the one we heard from the Prime Minister to-day, followed by such an interesting Debate, not to embark on a discussion of the many points that arise on such an occasion. As I do not wish to detain the House for any length of time, I want to limit myself to one subject only. Before coming to that aspect, I would say that...

War and International Situation (28 Sep 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: I will come to that in a moment. It would, as I said, be no hardship to Germany. May I ask hon. Members why Spain and Rumania have much better telephone systems than we have in this country? Because they have both granted the concession of their telephones to the American Tel and Tel. They enjoy a much better telephone service than anyone else in Europe. That is what we should apply to...

War and International Situation (28 Sep 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: As I have mentioned, the countries in South America have granted the concession of all their airways to Pan-American Airways—the South American countries all have their airways run by this very efficient company. In the same way, if in Germany these telephones, telegraphs, airways and railways services were run by private companies or by the Governments of the United Nations, Germany would...

War and International Situation (28 Sep 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: While in Brussels did the hon. Member on Sunday go to the English churches, either Christchurch or the Church of the Resurrection, or talk to any of the permanent British residents in Brussels during the occupation?

Oral Answers to Questions — Jamaica: Gibraltar Evacuees (27 Sep 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies how many Gibraltarians remain in this country and Northern Ireland; and what are the objections to the rest of them being sent home.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply: Railings Removal (Suspension) (27 Sep 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: May I ask my right hon. Friend if he will make it quite clear, when removing these railings—[HON. MEMBERS: "He has stopped removing them."]—that although the general public are using the open spaces, this use does not constitute or create in any form a right of way, and that the railings will be substituted by his Ministry as soon as metal becomes available?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Ground Personnel, Prisoners of War (Promotion) (2 Aug 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Secretary of State for Air why airmen holding ground staff rank in tradesmen category who are pre-war regulars and have chosen to make the R.A.F. their career, are not granted their routine length of service promotion due to their rank whilst serving as prisoners of war, whereas in the same prison camps airmen not on ground staff who have joined since the war and hold temporary...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Ground Personnel, Prisoners of War (Promotion) (2 Aug 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: Will my right hon. Friend, if I submit the details to him, look into a special case which I have in mind?

Oral Answers to Questions — Paddington Railway Station (Congestion) (2 Aug 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of War Transport how many people caught in the crush at Paddington Station on Saturday, 29th July, were taken to hospital or given first aid by the personnel of the ambulances of St. John.

Oral Answers to Questions — Paddington Railway Station (Congestion) (2 Aug 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: Will the Minister take all the necessary steps to ensure that such art unprecedented occurrence does not take place again?

Oral Answers to Questions — Paddington Railway Station (Congestion) (2 Aug 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of War Transport if his attention has been drawn to the chaos at Paddington Station on Saturday, 29th July; if he was informed of the free ticket issue to evacuees from the London area and of the lifting of the ban on visiting defended areas; and what steps he had taken to provide trains for the increased number of travellers resulting from...

Oral Answers to Questions — Paddington Railway Station (Congestion) (2 Aug 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: Is the Minister aware that expectant mothers had to stand up in the corridor for as much as eight hours? Will he take the necessary steps to see that those incidents do not recur and that British citizens are not treated as cattle?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Transferred Personnel (25 Jul 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Secretary of State for War if he can make any statement on the transference to the Army of men now in the Navy and the R.A.F.

Oral Answers to Questions — Flying Bomb Attacks: Small Factories (Shelters) (13 Jul 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he is satisfied that in all small and one-man factories sufficient air-raid shelter accommodation is provided for all employees.

Oral Answers to Questions — Flying Bomb Attacks: Small Factories (Shelters) (13 Jul 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: Is my right hon. Friend's Department prepared to give every assistance, including financial assistance, to small factories to erect shelters, or to improve their shelter arrangements in view of the emergency?

Flying Bomb Attacks (Meetings with Ministers) (7 Jul 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: On the point raised by my hon. and gallant Friend the Member for Lonsdale (Sir I. Fraser), may I say that I put down on the Order Paper some eight Questions, which were turned down on security grounds. The Parliamentary Secretary, who has been specially appointed by the Minister of Home Security to deal with this matter, will be concerned specifically with protection measures. Can hon....

Orders of the Day — Enemy-Occupied Countries (Broadcasts) (7 Jul 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: Before my right hon. Friend sits down may I ask him if he has any plans in hand to establish advanced radio bases nearer to Japan? We do not at present dispose of many spots near Japan where we can build stations broadcasting on medium waves in order to reach Japan properly. Have we plans to erect such stations?

Flying Bomb Attacks: Prime Minister's Review (6 Jul 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: Might I ask a question on the scientific aspect? The Prime Minister has just said that the Home Secretary will receive a deputation. What are hon. Members to do who want to put forward scientific suggestions to fight the flying bomb? I wanted to put several Questions on the Order Paper, which were turned down for security reasons. Is it right for hon. Members to approach the...


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