Results 1–20 of 221 for speaker:Captain Reginald Terrell

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Motor Trade (Mckenna Duties). ( 8 Oct 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: Has the Minister of Labour any evidence to show that a single unemployed person has been offered work since the Labour Government have been in office?

McKENNA IMPORT DUTIES.: Petitions Presented. (13 May 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: I desire to present a petition on behalf of the electors of the Henley Parliamentary Division as fol- lows: "To the honourable Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in Parliament assembled: The humble petition of the inhabitants of the village of Cowley, Oxfordshire, showeth: that the removal of the duties imposed by the Finance Act, 1915, on the importation of...

McKENNA IMPORT DUTIES.: Petitions Presented. (13 May 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: I regret that I made use of any unparliamentary expression. Perhaps the word "lie" rather offends some people, and I apologise, but, after all—[HON. MEMBEES: "Withdraw!"]

McKENNA IMPORT DUTIES.: Petitions Presented. (13 May 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: I withdraw the words, and will substitute for them "the very inaccurate statement made by the Chancellor of the Exchequer." [HON. MEMBERS: "Oh, oh!" and "Withdraw!"]

McKENNA IMPORT DUTIES.: Petitions Presented. (13 May 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: I withdraw, Mr. Speaker.

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Service (Dismissals). (13 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: Will the hon. Gentleman issue instructions so that preference will be given to the employment of ex-service men in the Civil Service over and above the employment of conscientious objectors?

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Service (Dismissals). (13 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: On a point of Order, Mr. Speaker. May I have a reply to my question?

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Service (Dismissals). (13 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: On a point of Order. Why should conscientious objectors be employed? There are some of them on the Front Bench.

Oral Answers to Questions — Police Forces.: British Subjects' Losses (Belgium). (13 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: On a point of Order. We cannot hear a word.

Oral Answers to Questions — Police Forces.: British Subjects' Losses (Belgium). (13 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: We cannot hear you.

Oral Answers to Questions — Police Forces.: British Subjects' Losses (Belgium). (13 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: It is not a question of being quiet. We cannot hear you at all.

Oral Answers to Questions — Police Forces.: British Subjects' Losses (Belgium). (13 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: I hope he speaks up.

Oral Answers to Questions — Police Forces.: British Subjects' Losses (Belgium). (13 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: How many British subjects—[HON. MEMBERS. "Speak up; we cannot hear you!"]—have claims under the heading in this question?

Oral Answers to Questions — Police Forces.: British Subjects' Losses (Belgium). (13 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: Oh, you cannot!

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Ranker Officers. (13 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: Will the Prime Minister introduce legislation with that object? [HON. MEMBERS: "Order!"]

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Skilled Men. (12 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: asked the Minister of Labour whether, in view of the Government plans for the relief of unemployment, he can state the steps which are being specially taken to find work for skilled men whose efficiency may otherwise deteriorate; and whether the Government possesses any detailed statistics showing the proportion of these men to the general number of unemployed?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Rentals. (12 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: 92. asked the Minister of Health whether, in view of the official announcement that the average rent of houses erected under the Government scheme will be 9s. a week, he can state what is the estimated average of the rent of purely agricultural houses, indicating the maximum and minimum figure which may have been agreed on to produce the 9s. average for the whole country?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Rentals. (12 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: How did the Government arrive at the average rent of 9s., and what rental are they going to charge in agricultural districts?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Rentals. (12 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: Is the House to take it that the rent in agricultural districts will not be as high as 9s. a week?

Orders of the Day — Trade Facilities Bill.: Clause 1. — (Increase of amount of loans which may be guaranteed under 11 & 12 Geo. 5. c. 65, and extension of period for giving of guarantees.) (12 Mar 1924)

Captain Reginald Terrell: I rise to support this Amendment. I do so because I represent an agricultural constituency, and I am fully alive to the fact that something must be done for that important industry. I cannot understand why it is the Government have refused to accept this Amendment. I recall quite well that on the eve of the fall of the late Government, the Prime Minister laid great stress upon the necessity...


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