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All 13 results for speaker:Captain William Wellwood

Transitional Powers and Emergency Laws (Continuance) (14 Nov 1951)

Captain William Wellwood: May I correct the hon. and learned Member? I am present, and I represent Londonderry.

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland (Foyle Fisheries) Bill (3 Dec 1951)

Captain William Wellwood: This enabling Bill is just another example of that extraordinary understanding which exists between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland—a matter to which my hon. Friend the Member for Belfast, East (Mr. McKibbin), referred a few days ago. Unfortunately, I must confess that, in reaching this understanding, there has been a considerable delay. To my knowledge, negotiations have been...

Post Office, Northern Ireland (Censorship and Recruitment) (30 May 1952)

Captain William Wellwood: Will the hon. Member allow me to interrupt?

Orders of the Day — Broadcasting (Licence and Agreement) (23 Jun 1952)

Captain William Wellwood: Does not that cut both ways? We in Northern Ireland get "Watcher Geordie" which we do not understand any more than the hon. Member understands "The McCooey's."

Orders of the Day — Post Office and Telegraph (Money) Bill: New Clause. — (Commercial Account.) (26 Jun 1952)

Captain William Wellwood: For the first time in my life I have been disappointed by the hon. and learned Member for Hornchurch (Mr. Bing). During the whole of, his remarks he did not mention Northern Ireland, which surprised and disappointed me very much. Here was an opportunity for the hon. and learned Member to find fault with the Post Office service in Northern Ireland, although I am happy to say that I am...

Orders of the Day — Post Office and Telegraph (Money) Bill: New Clause. — (Commercial Account.) (26 Jun 1952)

Captain William Wellwood: The hon. and learned Member has not got with him tonight his guide, philosopher and friend from the County of Fermanagh. There were no complaints from any other quarter of the House at the time regarding the Post Office service. I have intervened in the debate because I wanted to say that I am very happy to know that the hon. and learned Member for Hornchurch is quite happy regarding the...

Licensed Premises in New Towns Bill (Allocation of Time) (21 Jul 1952)

Captain William Wellwood: I did butt in when I got the chance, but there is not much chance for anyone else when the hon. and learned Gentleman the Member for Hornchurch (Mr. Bing) starts.

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Probate Fees, Northern Ireland (16 Oct 1952)

Captain William Wellwood: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he is aware that the non-contentious probate office fees payable in Northern Ireland on small estates are higher than those chargeable on similar estates in the rest of the United Kingdom; and why Northern Ireland citizens are prejudiced in this way.

Orders of the Day — Electors' Lists (Northern Ireland) (23 Oct 1952)

Captain William Wellwood: May I correct the hon. and learned Gentleman now? He is not the Lord Mayor yet; I hope some day he will be.

General (14 Apr 1953)

Captain William Wellwood: I merely wish to correct what I am afraid may have been a mistaken impression which arose from the speech of my hon. Friend the Member for Antrim, South (Sir D. Savory), who referred to the absence from the Gallery of Major Sinclair—I confess a very regrettable absence. Major Sinclair's successor and acting Chancellor for Northern Ireland was in the Gallery all afternoon, throughout the...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Customs Duty (Iron Long) (1 Dec 1953)

Captain William Wellwood: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he is aware that an iron lung, being imported to the City and County Hospital, Londonderry, from the City of Dublin Skin and Cancer Hospital, was held up for six weeks at the border by the United Kingdom Customs authorities, pending payment of duty by tine hospitals authority; and whether he will take steps to permit urgent medical supplies consigned...

Royal Irish Constabulary (Widows' Pensions) Bill (9 Feb 1954)

Captain William Wellwood: Can the hon. Gentleman account for the absence of the two hon. Members from Northern Ireland who sit on the benches opposite?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy: Ceremonial Visits, Londonderry (10 Mar 1954)

Captain William Wellwood: asked the First Lord of the Admiralty which of Her Majesty's ships will make ceremonial visits to the Port of Londonderry this year; and if he will give details of such visits as have already been arranged.


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