Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Secretary of State for War, what steps are taken to alleviate the boredom in the Swiss camps of British prisoners of war.
Captain Leonard Plugge: Is my right hon Friend aware of the excellent work being carried out by the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee of this House and will be consider appointing a member of that Committee to the Standing Committee recently appointed by the Government to consider and make recommendations for the future of television?
Captain Leonard Plugge: Would my right hon. Friend consider suggesting to the United States and to the Dominions that a pool should be made of all Army pay, so that all ranks of the Services of the United Nations should receive the same rate of pay, according to their rank?
Captain Leonard Plugge: Can the hon. Gentleman give the reason for such a great discrepancy?
Captain Leonard Plugge: Is it not a fact that the station in question is using the Zagreb transmitter for this purpose?
Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Secretary of State for Air whether, in connection with the use and planning of aerodromes for post-war civil aviation, he can state the officially approved measurement for an internationally used airport.
Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the First Lord of the Admiralty whether, in the construction of new warships, he will ensure that a proportion of their names are associated with seaside towns which have been especial targets of enemy activity.
Captain Leonard Plugge: Is my right hon. and gallant Friend aware that at the same time a similar number of native workers were transferred from Nassau to Rochdale, in South Florida, and that these workers were treated with the greatest consideration by their employers, the local population and by the Floridian authorities?
Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Prime Minister what steps he is taking to relieve himself of some of his official burdens with a view to conserving his health.
Captain Leonard Plugge: Is my right hon. Friend aware that his reply will be received with great satisfaction throughout the country?
Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Minister of Health whether any Government scheme or schemes laid before the Government, proposes the systematic provision of suitable houses for workers needing recuperative changes without loss of pay?
Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Food whether, in addition to potatoes, he proposes to effect special storage of other commodities for emergency food next year?
Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Minister of Health whether, in settling the policy for evacuees, he will consider withdrawing all those to London who are billeted in places where accommodation is urgently needed for war workers?
Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Minister of Health the names of those towns which have now been supplied with mass miniature radiography machines in connection with his campaign against tuberculosis?
Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Minister of Health the all-in cost of each of the cottages built hitherto under his 3,000 construction scheme?
Captain Leonard Plugge: asked the Secretary of State for War whether he can make any statement regarding the theft of 5,000,000 clothing coupons from an Army store?
Captain Leonard Plugge: How many plants have we in this country for dehydrating food?
Captain Leonard Plugge: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that, in view of the unpardonable absence of British stations at Gibraltar and Malta, Radio Algiers is the only broadcasting wave station in the Western Mediterranean under United Nations' control that can be adequately heard? Will he arrange with the French authorities concerned for certain hours of that station to be devoted to transmissions in Italian,...
Captain Leonard Plugge: May I put a question to the First Lord of the Admiralty in connection with the statement he made?
Captain Leonard Plugge: Would not the suppression of football pools result in a great loss of revenue to the Post Office and, therefore, to the Exchequer, and ought not everything be done to encourage a hobby which occupies people at home, saving transport and other wasteful expenditure?