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Orders of the Day — TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (Re-Committed) BILL (25 Oct 1944)

Mr Walter Windsor: It is priority to landlords.

Orders of the Day — Clause 3. — (Initial report of Commissions as to redistribution.) (12 Oct 1944)

Mr Walter Windsor: Let us get clear what the Home Secretary really did say to-day. He said this raised two separate issues: one, whether it would be a question of representation and, secondly, whether that representation should be by one Member or two Members. He refused to go into anything beyond that, other than to say that he was prepared, when the time came, to deal with the issue, leaving no doubt in any...

Orders of the Day — New Clause. — (Power to extend the area of a local planning authority.) (9 Oct 1944)

Mr Walter Windsor: I support this new Clause. When hon. Members are considering this matter, their minds should go back to what is the genesis of such a Clause and the reason for proposing that it should be put into the Bill. Most hon. Members will remember that, a few months ago, the Hull City Corporation introduced a Bill asking for somewhat similar terms, but for greater powers. They asked that they should...

Emergency Powers (Defence) Act, 1939 (Continuance) (14 Jul 1944)

Mr Walter Windsor: If the hon. Member had listened to the hon. and gallant Member for North Bristol (Captain Bernays) he would have heard him say it about all controls.

Emergency Powers (Defence) Act, 1939 (Continuance) (14 Jul 1944)

Mr Walter Windsor: No, he was not.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Evacuated Children (United States) (8 Jun 1944)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the President of the Board of Education what action he proposes for those children and young persons who have been evacuated to the U.S.A., by private firms, at their own expense, and who have provided good educational facilities for their employees' children; and will such children return to the same or similar standard of education they are now receiving in the U.S.A.

Kingston upon Hull Corporation (Development, etc.) Bill. (18 Apr 1944)

Mr Walter Windsor: I have listened to some peculiar arguments from time to this in this House, but never to anything more peculiar than those of the hon. Members who moved and seconded the rejection of this Bill. If the position was so simple, that the Minister of Town and Country Planning was putting before the House a scheme for the rehabilitation of the blitzed cities, it would be a different proposition,...

Kingston upon Hull Corporation (Development, etc.) Bill. (18 Apr 1944)

Mr Walter Windsor: I did not say that. I said we needed such powers before the war.

Kingston upon Hull Corporation (Development, etc.) Bill. (18 Apr 1944)

Mr Walter Windsor: Is there anything unusual in that?

Kingston upon Hull Corporation (Development, etc.) Bill. (18 Apr 1944)

Mr Walter Windsor: I agree, but our general political machinery is built in that way. It is the only way in which we have powers to do it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce: Utility Furniture (20 Jul 1943)

Mr Walter Windsor: asked the President of the Board of Trade whether, in view of the popularity of utility furniture, he can arrange for an increased supply?

Orders of the Day — Workmen's Compensation Bill (8 Dec 1942)

Mr Walter Windsor: In his remarks on Clause I, the hon. Gentleman gave the impression that this disease applied only to the mining industry. Does not this disease occur equally in the pottery and other industries? Many of us are deeply interested in the subject.

Orders of the Day — Workmen's Compensation Bill (8 Dec 1942)

Mr Walter Windsor: My only point was that the hon. Gentleman never mentioned it, although I read it in the Bill.

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?

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 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?


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