All 15 results for speaker:Mr Thomas Tickler

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Fish Rates. (20 Mar 1922)

Mr Thomas Tickler: Is it not the fact that the arrangement was made on account of representations by the railway companies that it would save a considerable amount of labour during the War and that the restriction could afterwards be removed.

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Treaties.: Land Values Duties. (16 Feb 1922)

Mr Thomas Tickler: 66. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he will insert a Clause in the Finance Act, 1922, giving an extended period of six months for persons unaware of the Finance Act, 1920, to make claims for repayment of the amount of duty paid to those persons affected by Section 57 (1), Sub-clause (3), of the Finance Act, 1920?

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Treaties.: Increment Value Duty. (16 Feb 1922)

Mr Thomas Tickler: 67. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what amount of increment value duty was actually received by the Commissioners while the law respecting it was in force; and how much of that amount has been repaid to persons applying within the six months for repayment?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Southall Depot. ( 9 Nov 1921)

Mr Thomas Tickler: 63. asked the Secretary of State for War what is the annual cost of the I.D.R.E.S. depot at Southall and the number of employés; and, seeing that it was erected as a temporary depot during the War, why is its existence continued?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Discharge by Purchase. (27 Oct 1920)

Mr Thomas Tickler: 76. asked the Secretary of State for War if officers and men who have purchased their discharge from the Army have afterwards had their discharge stopped by their commanding officer as the competent authority; and will he consider measures to have the hardships suffered by wives and children of these men taken into consideration by a revision of this Regulation?

Oral Answers to Questions — Representation of the People Act (Fishermen). (14 Apr 1920)

Mr Thomas Tickler: 50. asked the Prime Minister whether he will consider the advisability of amending the Representation of the People Act so as to allow fishermen to be registered as absent voters annually, instead of their being required to register every six months?

Orders of the Day — Aliens Restriction Bill.: Clause 5. — (Employmeat, of Aliens in Skips of the Mercantile Marine). ( 3 Nov 1919)

Mr Thomas Tickler: Like other Members, on arriving here this afternoon I found the Amendment of the right hon. Gentleman the President of the Board of Trade on the Paper. I was agreeably surprised to find that the right hon. Gentleman had taken this matter up. This is a question which has exercised the minds of the fishermen of Grimsby very considerably of late. The Grimsby fishermen, as the House well knows,...

Orders of the Day — Aliens Restriction Bill.: Clause 5. — (Employmeat, of Aliens in Skips of the Mercantile Marine). ( 3 Nov 1919)

Mr Thomas Tickler: I beg to second the Amendment to the proposed Amendment.

Orders of the Day — Aliens Restriction Bill.: Clause 5. — (Employmeat, of Aliens in Skips of the Mercantile Marine). ( 3 Nov 1919)

Mr Thomas Tickler: I beg to second the Amendment to the proposed Amendment.

Oral Answers to Questions — Demobilisation.: 226th DIVISION EMPLOYMENT CAMP (PRIVATE CLARK). ( 6 Aug 1919)

Mr Thomas Tickler: 68. asked the Secretary for War whether his attention has been called to the case of Private Clark, No. 610981, 226th Division Employment Camp, British Army of the Rhine; whether he is aware that this soldier's father is seventy years old and incapable of doing any work for himself and that he mother is a chronic invalid, both parents being in distress on account of this soldier's continued...

Oral Answers to Questions — Railway Administration.: Fish Trade (Traffic Delay). (14 Jul 1919)

Mr Thomas Tickler: (by Private Notice) asked the President of the Board of Trade if his attention had been called to the condition of the quay at Grimsby, where on last Thursday the railway company were not able to supply the necessary trucks to carry the fish to the inland market until 5 p.m., which is the time fixed for the loaded trains to leave the fish docks; is he aware that this occasioned much delay,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Railway Administration.: Fish Deliveries. (22 May 1919)

Mr Thomas Tickler: 36. asked the President of the Board of Trade if his attention has been called to the loss caused to fish merchants owing to the delay in delivery from King's Cross Station to Billingsgate of their consignments; and will he cause inquiries to be made as to the reason of these delays and endeavour to effect an improvement t

Oral Answers to Questions — Notices of Motion:: Privately-Owned Coal Wagons. (30 Apr 1919)

Mr Thomas Tickler: To call attention to the taking over of privately-owned coal wagons by the Railway Executive, and to move a Resolution.

Oral Answers to Questions — Income Tax.: Constitution of Royal Commission. ( 8 Apr 1919)

Mr Thomas Tickler: 63. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will grant the traders of the country the same privilege to be represented on the Commission appointed to inquire into the working of the Income Tax as he has granted to the co-operative traders?

Oral Answers to Questions — Dentists Act (1878). (10 Mar 1919)

Mr Thomas Tickler: 55. asked whether it is proposed to introduce legislation during the present Session of Parliament for the purpose of carrying out the recommendations contained in the Report of the Departmental Committee on the Dentists Act, 1878?


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