Results 101–120 of 133 for speaker:Mr Walter Windsor

Orders of the Day — Consolidated Fund (No. 1) Bill.: Shipping. (18 Mar 1940)

Mr Walter Windsor: It is not my intention to speak at any great length, but I want to draw attention to one or two points which affect myself and my colleagues in the Hull area. This area has been devastated during the last six months and I world like to know from the Ministry of Shipping, and from the Admiralty, what assistance they are going to give in order to bring Hull back to a working port. My colleague...

Orders of the Day — Consolidated Fund (No. 1) Bill.: Shipping. (18 Mar 1940)

Mr Walter Windsor: That is a rather serious statement of the hon. and gallant Member's. Can he supply hon. Members who represent Hull, or better still the Government, with the names of any residents in the port of Hull who have been guilty of such a practice?

Orders of the Day — Consolidated Fund (No. 1) Bill.: Shipping. (18 Mar 1940)

Mr Walter Windsor: You were talking about the people of Hull.

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Building Industry. (21 Mar 1940)

Mr Walter Windsor: rose—

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Shipping.: Munitions Carrying (Payment of Crews). (9 Apr 1940)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the Minister of Shipping what extra payment is being made to seamen employed on ships carrying munitions of war; and whether such payment applies to all members of crews?

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health (Milk Scheme). (25 Apr 1940)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the Minister of Health whether he has given consideration to the representations made to him by the Hull City Corporation for the supply of milk at a cheaper rate to nursing and expectant mothers and children under five years of age; and whether he has any statement to make?

Oral Answers to Questions — Military Service (Telephone Employes). (26 Jun 1940)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the Postmaster-General whether it is the practice in his Department for telephone employés, called up for military service, to have their Army pay made up to its civil level; and whether this applies also to the Hull telephone service?

Oral Answers to Questions — National War Effort.: Fish Dockworkers. (27 Jun 1940)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the Minister of Labour whether, in view of the fishing industry of Hull having now almost ceased, he will issue instructions to the Hull Employment Exchange that fish dockworkers can now be permitted to undertake other work of national importance without having to wait two months?

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: Personnel. (27 Jun 1940)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware of the drastic reduction in the number of paid air-raid precautions workers in the Hull district; and whether he will take steps to allay public apprehension because of the substitution of volunteers for full-time and skilled personnel?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Coast Defence Works. (30 Jul 1940)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will ensure that in the construction of coast defence works there shall be prior consultation between the civil and military authorities, so that work completed by the former at considerable expense shall not be subsequently condemned by the latter?

Oral Answers to Questions — Mercantile Marine (Crews). (3 Apr 1941)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the Minister of Shipping the position in respect of pro vision of crews for merchant vessels; and whether it is intended to promote a scheme for keeping seamen on continuous articles?

Oral Answers to Questions — Mercantile Marine.: British Shipping, American Ports. (6 May 1941)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Shipping whether he has any statement to make on the holding up of British shipping in American ports?

Oral Answers to Questions — Mercantile Marine.: Welfare, America. (6 May 1941)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Shipping whether he has received reports from the trade union deputation recently sent to Canada and the United States of America to inquire into seamen's welfare conditions; and whether he proposes to take any action?

Oral Answers to Questions — Merchant Shipping.: Protection (Gum Armament). (29 Jul 1942)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the First Lord of the Admiralty whether, with a view to giving greater protection to our merchant shipping, he will arrange for gun armament on the bows of such ships?

Oral Answers to Questions — Merchant Shipping.: Protection (Gum Armament). (29 Jul 1942)

Mr Walter Windsor: Is my right hon. Friend aware that there is a very great demand, not only on the part of shipowners but by the men themselves, that an extension of this service should be pursued?

Oral Answers to Questions — Merchant Shipping.: Protection (Gum Armament). (29 Jul 1942)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the First Lord of the Admiralty whether he is satisfied that ships travelling to war areas are receiving adequate protection and have proper protective equipment for defending themselves during air attacks?

Oral Answers to Questions — Civil Defence.: London Tube Shelters. (30 Jul 1942)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the Home Secretary the considerations that led to the decision to close certain London tube stations as air-raid shelters as from 3rd August?

Oral Answers to Questions — Merchant Navy: Port Living Conditions (21 Oct 1942)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of War Transport whether he is aware of the bad living conditions prevailing at a port, named to him, for officers and men of the Merchant Navy, survivors of a convoy whilst waiting repatriation; and whether he has any statement to make?

Oral Answers to Questions — Merchant Navy: Chinese Seamen (War Risk Money) (21 Oct 1942)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of War Transport whether he is aware of the dissatisfaction that exists among Chinese seamen about the payment of war risk bonus; and whether he will' have inquiries made into this matter to avoid disturb ances like that which recently occurred on board ship at a place named to him?

Oral Answers to Questions — Merchant Navy: Chinese Seamen (War Risk Money) (21 Oct 1942)

Mr Walter Windsor: Is it not a fact that these people were promised a £10 bonus and that £7 was taken away on board ship?


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