Results 1–20 of 21 for speaker:Mr George Warne

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Pensions (Increase) Act, 1920. (11 Apr 1928)

Mr George Warne: 58. asked the Minister of Health the number of persons who received increased pensions under the Pensions (Increase) Act, 1920, and the total amount paid in increased pensions. giving the maximum and minimum rates of pension so paid, for the years ending March 1921, 1922, and 1923, separately?

Orders of the Day — Industrial Crisis.: Home Secretary's Statement. ( 5 May 1926)

Mr George Warne: I want to address the House in the very fine atmosphere there is prevailing at the present time, and I want us to remember the statement that was made to-day that this matter, if it has to be settled, will have to be settled by the House of Commons. Now, I want to say that in my opinion we are watching the working out of one of the greatest tragedies that ever befell this country of ours, and...

Orders of the Day — National Health Insurance. (25 Mar 1926)

Mr George Warne: It depends on whether they have a surplus.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Mines Department of the Board of Trade. (15 Feb 1926)

Mr George Warne: I have nothing but praise for the Secretary for Mines. The Committee will remember the sad catastrophe that happened last March in Newcastle at a pit at Scotswood where an inrush of water took place, and there was loss of life. The inquiry that was promised has been held. Those of us who attended that inquiry are quite satisfied and understand exactly how the mistake was made. The catastrophe...

Orders of the Day — Supply. (10 Dec 1925)

Mr George Warne: I want to follow in the same spirit as that of the hon. and gallant Member for Barnard Castle (Lieut.-Colonel Headlam), who has just sat down, and I will not trouble the Committee more than a moment or two, because I do not want to deal with the details of the problem confronting the mining industry at the present time. That problem is well known, but the aspect of it that wants emphasising...

Oral Answers to Questions — Montagu Colliery. (30 Jul 1925)

Mr George Warne: 66. asked the Secretary for Mines whether he has received the Report of the investigation he has instituted into the conditions at Montagu colliery; and what action he is prepared to take in the matter?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Mines Department of the Board of Trade. (28 Jul 1925)

Mr George Warne: I wish to take part in this Debate in order to bring before the Secretary for Mines a particular aspect of mining accidents. I would be the last to accuse either the hon. Member for Linlithgow (Mr. Kidd) or the hon. Member for Mossley (Mr. Hopkinson), when they were referring to mines accidents in other countries, of being in the position of the man who went into the Temple and thanked the...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Mines Department of the Board of Trade. (28 Jul 1925)

Mr George Warne: When the report is received, would the hon. and gallant Gentleman answer a question about it?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Mines Department of the Board of Trade. (28 Jul 1925)

Mr George Warne: Can the hon. and gallant Member say anything as to the amount of manual work?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Montagu Colliery Disaster. (31 Mar 1925)

Mr George Warne: (by Private Notice) asked the Secretary for Mines whether he can give the House any later information with respect to the disaster at the Montagu Colliery, Northumberland; whether any of the entombed men have yet been rescued; whether, in view of the deplorable loss of life in the mines of this country, his Department has taken more stringent action to secure full compliance with safety...

Orders of the Day — Accidents in Mines. (31 Mar 1925)

Mr George Warne: I want, to make a few observations on the Resolution, and particularly to try to be somewhat helpful in the position to-day, having in mind the fact that a sad calamity has happened in my constituency, an accident which I am sure has touched the hearts and sympathies of the whole House. I am one of those who believe that the Mines Act as it now exists, if properly applied, will remove many of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments.: Outdoor Belief. ( 5 Mar 1925)

Mr George Warne: 87 and 88. asked the Minister of Health (1) whether he can state the maximum weekly amounts granted to widows as outdoor relief by the guardians in the years 1914 and 1924;

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Assessment Appeals. (26 Jul 1923)

Mr George Warne: 3. asked the Minister of Pensions whether, in the case of a man's successful appeal to the assessment appeal tribunal against an assessment of less than a year awarded more than 12 months before the appeal is heard, any additional compensation is given to the appellant; whether the setting aside of the award in these and similar cases is an indication that the original assessment was...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Direct Labour, Tonbridge. ( 9 May 1923)

Mr George Warne: 76. asked the Minister of Health if his attention has been drawn to the fact that the Tonbridge Urban District Council has been able by direct labour to save £300 per house over private contract prices; and, if so, whether he will strongly recommend other local authorities to adopt this method?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Industrial and Public Utility Schemes. ( 9 May 1923)

Mr George Warne: 77. asked the Minister of Health how many houses have been built by industrial firms for their employés and by public utility societies, respectively, since the passing of the Housing and Town Planning, Etc., Act of 1919; and what proportion of these were built with the aid of the Government subsidy?

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Appeals. (26 Apr 1923)

Mr George Warne: 22. asked the Minister of Pensions what was the number of appeals against final awards received by the Ministry during the three months ended March, 1923, also the number awaiting decision by the tribunal, and the number remaining in the hands of the Ministry on that date?

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Amalgamation of Areas (Northern Region). (26 Apr 1923)

Mr George Warne: 17. asked the Minister of Pensions whether it is proposed to amalgamate the Tynemouth area with the Newcastle and Hexham area; if so, what will be the days and hours of opening of the Tynemouth area office in North Shields; and whether the proposals with respect to amalgamation of areas in the Northern region have been submitted to the Regional Advisory Council for consideration?

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Amalgamation of Areas (Northern Region). (26 Apr 1923)

Mr George Warne: Is the right hon. Gentleman satisfied that the benefits accruing from these larger areas sufficiently compensate for the fact that confidence is shattered thereby?

Oral Answers to Questions — Death Certification. (26 Apr 1923)

Mr George Warne: 54. asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he is aware that the Departmental Committee on Coroners' Law reported in 1909 that the present law of death certification offers every opportunity for premature burial and every facility for the concealment of crime, and that a great deal of the law relating to coroners dates from the thirteenth century and is not well suited to the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Widows' Pensions. ( 7 Dec 1922)

Mr George Warne: 16. asked the Minister of Pensions how many claims for pensions under Article 11 of the Royal Warrant by widows whose husbands have died as the result of disability due to war service have been disallowed because these men survived for more than seven years after the date of such wound, injury, or disease?


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