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Oral Answers to Questions — India: Cost of Livinģ (Official Pay) (12 Apr 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: asked the Secretary of State for India whether, in view of the present high cost of living in India, he is satisfied that officials in the lower ranks of the Indian Civil Service, Imperial Police Service and Indian State Railways, are now receiving sufficient emoluments to meet a reasonable standard of living; if not, what action he is taking.

Transport Command (Safety of Passengers) (10 Apr 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: Rubbish.

Transport Command (Safety of Passengers) (10 Apr 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: rose—

Transport Command (Safety of Passengers) (10 Apr 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: The hon. Member for Ebbw Vale (Mr. Bevan) has insulted all men who have worn uniform. I ask him to withdraw his statement. When I was his age I was in unifonn. There is only one question I want to ask the Secretary of State for Air. Do the pilots go through a medical examination every now and again to see whether they are quite fit? When I was in the Royal Naval Air Service I was very...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Air Survey Work (21 Mar 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: asked the Secretary of State for Air (1) what indication or undertaking that the R.A.F. would be prepared to undertake air survey work, either in this country or in the Colonial Empire, he has given; and whether the Director-General of Aviation was consulted in the matter and his approval given; (2) to what extent the policy of his Department, expressed to the Davidson Committee in 1936,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Air Survey Work (21 Mar 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: Will the right hon. Gentleman receive directors of the companies running this work before the war? They will assure him that they did considerable and very valuable work in this service.

Members of Parliament (Missing Aircraft, Italy) (20 Mar 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: May I ask the right hon. Gentleman if the pilot had any flying experience of the weather likely to be met with, because Mediterranean weather can be some of the worst in the world?

Orders of the Day — Royal Navy (Post-War Responsibilities) (7 Mar 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: I think the hon. Member will agree that those who contended that battleships were vulnerable to air attacks have been proved right in this war.

Orders of the Day — Royal Navy (Post-War Responsibilities) (7 Mar 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: I wish to join with other hon. Members in congratulating the First Lord on the wonderful survey he gave of naval work during the past year. I agree with the hon. Member who has just spoken that it was the best speech I have ever heard from a First Lord during the last 24 years. I want to deal with something which has not been mentioned in the Debate, that is the high level administration of...

Orders of the Day — Royal Navy (Post-War Responsibilities) (7 Mar 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: I bow to your Ruling, Mr. Deputy-Speaker, and you are right, but I was saying that I was given the task at the Admiralty, as Director of the Air Department, to create the anti-aircraft corps for the defence of London. I hope that the First Lord will convey my remarks to his colleagues. I am only a Back Bencher but I have studied these defence problems for many years. Something ought to be...

Orders of the Day — Royal Navy (Post-War Responsibilities) (7 Mar 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: When the right hon. Gentleman talks about the "Bismarck" may I say that she was turned into a lame duck by a torpedo from an aeroplane first?

Orders of the Day — Supply: Air Estimates, 1945 (6 Mar 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: Is all this official that the hon. Member is reading out? He may have seen the White Paper. I certainly have not.

Orders of the Day — Supply: Air Estimates, 1945 (6 Mar 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: The hon. Member for Ipswich (Mr. Stokes) has referred to strategic bombing. I would point out that all the targets are very carefully planned by the Planning Committee. The Committee go into each target, which is of military importance necessitating the carrying out of this bombing. I submit to the House that we have confidence in our Planning Committee working under the General Staffs...

Orders of the Day — Supply: Air Estimates, 1945 (6 Mar 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: I apologise, I must have missed it. It is important, when you have a new sight, to know at what altitude the bombs are dropped. The hon. Member for Islington West (Mr. Montague) made a very interesting speech but he was a little hard on shipping and railway companies. They are interested in traffic problems, and they want a fair share of the traffic which will he available after the war. Some...

Class I: Civil Aviation (26 Jan 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: I am glad to hear that they have changed their view. When I wrote in the local Press about this matter they asked what right I had to interfere in Portsmouth affairs. As I was born very near Portsmouth, and paid rates on a house there for many years, I thought I might interfere. However, if they have had a change of heart that is all right. With regard to other ports, I submit that one in the...

Class I: Civil Aviation (26 Jan 1945)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: A four-seater helicopter, travelling at 100 miles an hour, would do the journey in four hours. Therefore, I say that it is unnecessary to create aerodromes at the Isle of Dogs or Gravesend. I want to ask the Minister of Aircraft Production whether research work is going on in connection with the development of machines for air transport, and whether information gained during the war is being...

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Aviation (Questions to Ministers) (7 Dec 1944)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: asked the Prime Minister who will answer questions in connection with civil aviation matters.

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Flying Bombs (Launching Sites) (28 Jun 1944)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: asked the Secretary of State for Air whether the launching sections of robot aeroplanes have been located from the air; and whether any details of the method of launching these flying bombs have been obtained.

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Flying Bombs (Launching Sites) (28 Jun 1944)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: Could not the Secretary of State give full information to the public about this, because there is no secrecy about where the stations are located, on the coast or inland? Surely we ought to have the fullest information.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Tooth Brushes (Empire Requirements) (28 Jun 1944)

Rear-Admiral Sir Murray Sueter: asked the President of the Board of Trade (1) what arrangements have been made to supply foreign tooth brushes to certain British Dominions and Colonies; and has the brush export group been informed of all the arrangements; (2) why the proposal made to his department that the Governments of the British Colonies affected by the arrangements for the supply of foreign tooth brushes should...


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