Results 1–20 of 107 for speaker:Mr Guy Rowson

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Approved School Case (Lancashire). (15 Jul 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: asked the Home Secretary whether he can state the reason why James Evans, whose home is at 51, Southern Street, off Worsley Road, Farnworth, Lancashire, has not been allowed to return home, seeing that he was sentenced to three years at an approved school on the 27th June, 1934, and the three years have now expired; why this boy was only at the school for 20 months, and for the last 17 months...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Approved School Case (Lancashire). (15 Jul 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: Am I to understand that the authorities have the right to keep this boy for another three years?

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Approved School Case (Lancashire). (15 Jul 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that if this boy is kept away in this district as an agricultural labourer he will attain manhood on the very lowest wage in the country, whereas if he were allowed to come back before he is 18 years of age there would be the possibility of his getting a much more remunerative occupation in his own locality?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Motor Services, Morecambe. (23 Jun 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: asked the Minister of Transport whether he is aware of the widespread indignation and dissatisfaction among the people in the Borough of Morecambe, Lancashire, at the action of the North Western Traffic Commissioners in refusing to hear the representatives of over 2,000 petitioners who wished to state a case against a projected co-ordination scheme between the corporation and Ribble Motor...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Motor Services, Morecambe. (23 Jun 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: In view of the fact that the trade union representative was denied a hearing on behalf of the people of Morecambe, who wanted their case put, will the Minister answer the last part of the question which is, whether, seeing that there is so much dissatisfaction, he will prevent the decision of the Commissioners being implemented until the petition has been heard?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Motor Services, Morecambe. (23 Jun 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: Is it not a fact that the trade unions have a right under the Act to present their case?

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments.: Inland Revenue. ( 8 Jun 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he will review the decision of the Board of Inland Revenue to impose lower entering salaries upon new entrants to the tax officer grade in the Income Tax branch; and whether, in doing so, he will have regard to the view of the Industrial Court expressed in a comparable case in Award 1,211?

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1937.: Ministry of Health. ( 8 Jun 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: A good many encomiums have been showered on the Minister and the Department this afternoon. One thing that struck me as being refreshing was to hear the hon. Member for Huddersfield (Mr. Mabane) make a speech and fail to refer to what the Labour Government did not do between 1929 and 1931. I agree with many of the things that have been said about the work of the Ministry. We are all proud of...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1937.: Ministry of Health. ( 8 Jun 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: It is referred to in this report.

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates, 1937.: Ministry of Health. ( 8 Jun 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: There are two paragraphs in the Annual Report of the Ministry of Health, on page 37, which refer to the Papworth Village Settlement, and, therefore, surely it is in order. I would like to draw the attention of the Minister to the particular point. It mentions that in the cabinet-making department there has been an increase in output of 60 per cent. I do not know whether the Minister will...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Respiratory Diseases (Duke-Fingard Treatment). (27 May 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: asked the Minister of Health whether he will set up a committee of inquiry, consisting of an equal number of medical men and laymen, to inquire into the efficacy and genuineness of the Duke-Fingard inhalation treatment for diseases of the respiratory organs, such as chronic catarrh, bronchitis, bronchiectasis, asthma, and tuberculosis; and will he take steps to have this treatment made...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Health Insurance.: Non-Stamping. ( 6 May 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware of the injustice caused to Miss Mann, of 1, Dakin Street, Stepney, as the result of her employer failing to put stamps on her health insurance card and subsequently becoming insolvent; and will he take steps to remedy such injustice in this case and other similar cases?

Oral Answers to Questions — National Health Insurance.: Non-Stamping. ( 6 May 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: In a case such as this, is it not a fact that the employer is the agent of the Government in collecting these contributions, and when he defaults it is not the duty of the Government to cover the member for any loss sustained?

Oral Answers to Questions — Holidays with Pay. (15 Apr 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: asked the Minister of Labour whether the committee of inquiry into the question of holidays with pay has commenced sitting; and what bodies and persons will be asked to submit evidence thereon?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Harworth Colliery Dispute. (13 Apr 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: Is the Secretary for Mines prepared to use his influence with the Nottinghamshire Miners' Association to recognise the Nottinghamshire Industrial Union? If he can use his influence to get that it would be a good way out of the trouble.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Malnutrition. (13 Apr 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: I wish to draw the attention of the House once again to the question of malnutrition that is prevalent in this country. I do not think that there is an hon. Member of this House on either side, but would agree that there are many people in this country suffering, from a shortage of essential foodstuffs. The matter has been brought forward by many people outside this House who are...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Malnutrition. (13 Apr 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: Yes. Sir John Orr says that there are 13,500,000 people who do not spend more than 6s. per week per head on food—

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Malnutrition. (13 Apr 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: At any rate, there is a good preface to it written by the hon. Member for the English Universities (Miss Rathbone). There are 4,500,000 people who do not spend more than 4s. per head per week on food. I do not care who is responsible for providing food for children, I am sure, despite anything which may be said by the Minister of Health or by anybody else, that it is utterly impossible to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Workshops, Papworth. ( 8 Apr 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that as a result of that Debate many medical men in the country were astonished at the Ministry's attitude on the matter?

Oral Answers to Questions — Holidays with Pay (Committee). (25 Mar 1937)

Mr Guy Rowson: asked the Minister of Labour whether he can now state the names of the members of the committee to consider the question of holidays with pay for employed persons; the terms of reference for such committee; and when they will commence their duties?


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