Results 41–60 of 515 for speaker:Captain Leonard Plugge

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

Captain Leonard Plugge: My question on the use of the flying bomb——

Oral Answers to Questions — France: Forces of the Interior (German Treatment) (5 Jul 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether His Majesty's Government will associate itself with the Algiers Committee in agreeing to demand death penalties on all known German officers guilty of shooting, wholesale, men of the Maquis who have fallen, or may fall, into their hands.

Oral Answers to Questions — France: Forces of the Interior (German Treatment) (5 Jul 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: Will my right hon. Friend make it quite clear that the men of the Maquis are really not in any way francs tireurs but form part of the regular army defending their country?

Oral Answers to Questions — France: North Africa (British Representative) (5 Jul 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs who is the British representative now in North Africa; and whether he acts as liaison officer with the Algiers Committee.

Oral Answers to Questions — Armed Forces Overseas (Home Transfers) (29 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: Will my right hon. Friend consider allowing men to receive money which they have put aside when serving overseas? I have had cases, which I have brought to his notice, of men who have put aside money, and have not received it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Pilotless Aircraft (Post-War Use) (29 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Secretary of State for Air whether the pilotless plane is being considered in connection with post-war activities; and whether plans are being made for developing it for the purpose of despatching mail over long distances at high speed and frequent intervals on regular routes.

Oral Answers to Questions — Pilotless Aircraft (Post-War Use) (29 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: In view of the knowledge we have acquired in the use of explosives, will my right hon. and gallant Friend consult with the Postmaster-General over the result of the experiments of sending mail by rocket?

Oral Answers to Questions — Protected Areas Order (29 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: Does my hon. and learned Friend not agree that it is very difficult to frame such regulations? May I recall the case I brought to his notice of one of my constituents who was not allowed to return to her own home as a result of this Order?

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1944.: Ministry of Information (29 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: We heard a very clear and detailed rendering by the Minister of Information of the work of his Department, and I would naturally like to touch on many of the points which he has raised, among which are films, publications, our Washington office as well as propaganda abroad, but I think it would be unfair for me to detain the Committee for that length of time as so many other hon. Members wish...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1944.: Ministry of Information (29 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: My hon. Friend is correct. They are linked up, but in a very special and limited way. Certain of them are linked up, but they have an independent status and for quite half of the time on the air they are transmitting independent local programmes. Companies like the Columbia Broadcasting System have some 15 to 25 stations actually belonging to them, but the remainder of their 100 strong chain...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1944.: Ministry of Information (29 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: I thank you, Mr. Williams. I understood it was in Order to discuss the revision of the B.B.C. Charter, but if that is not the case I will leave that point.

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1944.: Ministry of Information (29 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: I thank you for your Ruling, Mr. Williams, and will act upon it.

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1944.: Ministry of Information (29 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: In that case, does my hon. and gallant Friend's statement change your Ruling in any way, Mr. Williams?

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1944.: Ministry of Information (29 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: I thank you for that Ruling, Mr. Williams, and I will certainly do my very best to keep within the framework of what you have laid down. I pass on, therefore, to the fifth point, the position of broadcasting from this country within the world framework of radio. We must realise that broadcasting and radio are very different from anything else we have tackled before, because it is not limited...

Oral Answers to Questions — Italy (Provisional Government) (22 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he can make any statement on the activities and policy of the new Italian Government.

Oral Answers to Questions — Fire; Falkland Islands (Mails) (21 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies what were the circumstances under which the mails from Graham Land, South Shetlands and South Georgia, were accidentally destroyed by fire in the Falkland Islands; and what arrangements are being made to enable another such mail to be collected.

Oral Answers to Questions — France and United Nations (Relations) (14 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Prime Minister whether he can make any statement on the present relations of General de Gaulle with the United Nations.

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Personnel (Income Tax Collection) (13 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: May I ask my right hon. Friend, in view of the fact that Income Tax is now being retained, whether it would not simplify matters, if my right hon. Friend issued a new scale of pay for officers and men free of Income Tax?

Oral Answers to Questions — Franc Exchange Rate (13 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: Will this question, apply equally to the Belgian franc?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: New Ration Books (Collection) (7 Jun 1944)

Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Minister of Food whether, in view of the fact that the hours 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. for the collection of new ration books are quite inadequate for people who work all day, possibly some way from the district in which they live, he will extend these hours into the evening and thus avoid a Saturday afternoon rush.


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