Results 101–120 of 566 for speaker:Mr Frederick Skinnard

Oral Answers to Questions — Kenya: Europeans (Land) (6 Jul 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies how many of the 6,000 Europeans entering Kenya for the first time in 1948 have acquired land.

Oral Answers to Questions — Kenya: Europeans (Land) (6 Jul 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: With the answer as to the number will the area of land which has been granted also be given?

Oral Answers to Questions — Kenya: Labour Efficiency Survey (6 Jul 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he can now make a statement on reforms arising from the recommendations of the African Labour Efficiency Survey carried out in Nairobi.

Education (5 Jul 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: Mr. Skinnard (Harrow, East) rose——

Education (5 Jul 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: Does not the hon. and gallant Member think that the present method of district conferences is better than any statistical abstracts—the actual getting together of headmasters and teachers with the inspectorate and local education authorities which is now taking place?

Orders of the Day — Clause 12. — Saving for Doctors, Chemists, Trichologists and Others.) (1 Jul 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: I beg to second the Amendment.

Orders of the Day — Clause 12. — Saving for Doctors, Chemists, Trichologists and Others.) (1 Jul 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: Like the hon. Member for Norwich (Mr. J. Paton), I cannot see why there is difficulty on the part of the promoters about the inclusion of this safeguard. In their own Amendment the words or any person engaged in or applying the process or practice of physiotherapy are much too loose a definition. My hon. Friend and myself have used only words which would be applicable to recognised...

Orders of the Day — Clause 12. — Saving for Doctors, Chemists, Trichologists and Others.) (1 Jul 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: As far as my knowledge goes, those are the only two recognised organisations of physiotherapists, but if there is still a doubt in the mind of the hon. Member for Kilmarnock (Mr. Ross), he would be reassured if he could get into touch with the Ministry of Health which has formed recently a consultative committee for the practice of this side of medical work. Notwithstanding what has been said...

Orders of the Day — Clause 12. — Saving for Doctors, Chemists, Trichologists and Others.) (1 Jul 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: In actual fact both organisations exist on the passing of tests and examinations and confer different degrees. I know only that of the second one, which is L.P.M.E.—Licentiate in Physiotherapy and Medical Electricity.

Orders of the Day — Clause 12. — Saving for Doctors, Chemists, Trichologists and Others.) (1 Jul 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: I beg to second the Amendment.

Orders of the Day — Clause 12. — Saving for Doctors, Chemists, Trichologists and Others.) (1 Jul 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: Will my right hon. Friend allow me to ask him a question? Is it not a fact that when committees dealing with this side of medical treatment are set up by the Minister of Health, he does consult, and only consults, people representing the bodies mentioned?

Orders of the Day — Clause 12. — Saving for Doctors, Chemists, Trichologists and Others.) (1 Jul 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: I think, perhaps, that the House has been misled to a certain extent by my right hon. Friend the Home Secretary because he concentrated on his own experience of purely manual massage. But, as I mentioned in an interjection when I interrupted my hon. Friend the Member for Cambridge (Mr. Symonds) the abbreviations on the diploma of one of the sections of physiotherapists indicate that there is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Uganda Disturbances (Inquiry) (29 Jun 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies when the report of the inquiry into the recent disturbances in Uganda may be expected.

Oral Answers to Questions — Uganda Disturbances (Inquiry) (29 Jun 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: In view of the recent reports that there have been a considerable number of cases of arson and that there is increasing activity of a very serious nature, would it not be advisable to give a directive that a report should be issued as soon as possible?

Oral Answers to Questions — Jamaica (Cattle Industry) (29 Jun 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: asked the Secretary of. State for the Colonies if, in view of the importance of the development of the cattle industry in Jamaica, he will take steps to secure an early appointment to the post of pastures officer, which has been vacant for two years.

Oral Answers to Questions — Jamaica (Cattle Industry) (29 Jun 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: In view of the increasing importance of the cattle industry in the West Indies generally, and particularly in Jamaica, would it not be possible to appoint an officer specifically to help the pen keepers in the industry.

Oral Answers to Questions — Jamaica (Cattle Industry) (29 Jun 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: Is my right hon. Friend aware that this problem of the pen keepers association has meant that a demand for the appointment has arisen?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Fats (Containers) (27 Jun 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: asked the Minister of Food whether he will take steps to prevent the practice of wholesalers in delivering margarine to retail grocers in unlined cardboard containers, the unpalatable flavour of which has in some cases made the contents unsaleable.

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Fats (Containers) (27 Jun 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: asked the Minister of Food whether he is aware that cooking fat is being delivered to retail grocers in wooden cases which are not sterilised when returned for re-issue and that the fat is contaminated by dirt penetrating the greaseproof paper container; and whether he will refer this matter to the working party for the catering trade and consult the Minister of Health and Secretary of State...

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies: Fats (Containers) (27 Jun 1949)

Mr Frederick Skinnard: Is my right hon. Friend aware that retailers complain that, especially in hot weather, the product seeps through the present detachable lining? Would it be possible to have a more suitable lining?


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