Marquess of Titchfield: Will the Russian Government pay a sum of money in lieu?
Marquess of Titchfield: You voted against them.
Marquess of Titchfield: 102. asked the Minister of Agriculture when the agricultural policy of the Government will be announced?
Marquess of Titchfield: 89. asked the Minister of Transport whether his attention has been drawn to the dissatisfaction in the rural district councils of Nottinghamshire caused by the delegation to the county council of the care and maintenance of the unclassified roads; whether he is aware that the Retford and Basford Councils have been given the right to maintain these unclassified roads, and that the South-well...
Marquess of Titchfield: Does the hon. Member object to the miners of Nottingham being helped with their pensions by the owners?
Marquess of Titchfield: Are not the police force very good mannered?
Marquess of Titchfield: 8. asked the Minister of Labour whether, in view of the fact that, while no unemployment benefit is payable in respect of authorised holidays, signatures given on or for these days count for linking up in order to qualify a man for unemployment benefit if he is unemployed for two other days in any six working days, that signatures given retrospectively are only allowed when the Employment...
Marquess of Titchfield: Is it not a fact that there are none so blind as those who will not see?
Marquess of Titchfield: May I ask the Financial Secretary to say that if anybody is to be sacked from the Civil Service it will be "conchies" first, and ex-Service men last?
Marquess of Titchfield: Will the right hon. Gentleman answer the latter part of that supplementary question?
Marquess of Titchfield: Does it not prove that we were a better Government than hon. Members opposite?
Marquess of Titchfield: 50. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he can state what is the estimated saving in the Fighting Services during the next year?
Marquess of Titchfield: 53. asked the Minister of Transport when he will be in a position to lay before Parliament his proposals for the reorganisation of London transport?
Marquess of Titchfield: 9. asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he will inquire of the Russian Government whether they intend to dissociate themselves from the subversive propaganda of the Comintern against this country?
Marquess of Titchfield: 40. asked the Financial Secretary to the War Office if, with a view to supplying the British Army with home-produced meat., he will consider the practicability of instituting a system of slaughter under Army directions, seeing that this would save the expenses of the middleman and thus reduce the cost of British meat to that now paid?
Marquess of Titchfield: Mr. Cook says it is.
Marquess of Titchfield: And from Sir Henry Slesser.
Marquess of Titchfield: 20. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he can now state the official figures regarding the immigration and emigration of European traders, settlers, and visitors into and from Tanganyika territory during the last year; and whether he can give the figures on a nationality basis?
Marquess of Titchfield: Yes.
Marquess of Titchfield: It all goes to the farmers.