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Orders of the Day — ALLOTMENTS BILL [Lords].: New Clause. — (Penalty for damage to allotment fences.) (28 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: Would I be in order to move them as Amendments to the new Clause?

Orders of the Day — ELECTRICITY (SUPPLY) BILL [Lords]. (25 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: I beg to second the Amendment. 8.0 P.M. I do not propose to add many words to what has been said by the last speaker, who was a member of the Committee, but I desire to point out that the urban district councils throughout the country are thoroughly dissatisfied with this Clause. They would propose to fight the thing very fully but for the fact that those who might have been expected to fight...

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Subsidence. (17 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: 51. asked the Secretary for Mines whether the Government have made any progress in the drafting of their proposed Bill to deal with the question of subsidence in mining areas; and, if not, whether they will announce their definite intention not to deal with the matter, in spite of the hardships which it causes?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Subsidence. (17 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: Can the right hon. Gentleman say whether we are likely to have that Bill introduced before the Adjournment?

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Treaties.: Cilicia (Hadji Adil). (12 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: 8. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether Hadji Adil Bey, formerly President of the Turkish Chamber, has been appointed Governor of Cilicia; whether he is a young Turkish leader, belonging to the ultra-Chauvinist group of the Committee of Union and Progress, and one of the persons implicated in the great massacres during the War; whether his name headed one of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Treaties.: Cilicia (Hadji Adil). (12 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: Will the hon. Gentleman make inquiries whether this man has been appointed Governor of Cilicia in view of the promise we made to these people when we brought them back to that country and handed them over to the French?

Oral Answers to Questions — Near East.: Atrocities. ( 5 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: 7. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what is the present position of the proposal to send representatives of the Great Powers to inquire into the alleged atrocities in Asia Minor; whether the Greeks and the Angora Turks, respectively, have consented or refused; and whether His Majesty's Government arc aware that serious outrages upon the subject races, and much loss of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Near East.: Atrocities. ( 5 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: Will the hon. Gentleman bear in mind that this long delay is costing human life?

Oral Answers to Questions — Near East.: Atrocities. ( 5 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: Will His Majesty's Government press the other Governments concerned?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Cottage Property (Loans). ( 5 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: 35. asked the Minister of Health what proportion in the value of cottage property erected by public utility societies can now be borrowed from Government sources; and whether his attention has been called to the great advantages which would result from making that proportion as large as is consistent with security against loss of public money?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Cottage Property (Loans). ( 5 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that very much more than that is advanced in foreign countries on this security?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Pension (Durham Light Infantry, B. Tyman). ( 5 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: 58. asked the Minister of Pensions whether his attention has been called to the case of Mr. B. Tyman, of 16, Hilda Terrace, Stanley, County Durham, late Durham Light Infantry, Identity No. 2/M.T./653; whether he is aware that this man was awarded in March last a pension of 20s. plus 8s. 9d. for his wife and child, and that, in spite of all his efforts, he has never been able to obtain any...

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Pension (Durham Light Infantry, B. Tyman). ( 5 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: Can the hon. And gallant Gentleman say why this man's repeated applications for the extra money have received no attention, and instead of the additional money being paid, his own pay has been stopped?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Pension (Durham Light Infantry, B. Tyman). ( 5 Jul 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: But the money has been stopped.

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Shot Firing (Accidents). (21 Jun 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: 81. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether his attention has been called to the great number of accidents and the loss of life throughout the British coalfields caused by shots that have missed fire or blown out; and whether His Majesty's Government are prepared to make com- pulsory the use of some of the safety appliances now on the market with a view to minimising this danger?

Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Near East (Massacres). (15 Jun 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: May I ask whether these Greeks are being massacred because the Greeks were our Allies in the War, and have been used by us for our purposes in Asia Minor since?

Orders of the Day — Clause 1. — (Amalgamation with unemployment benefit of grants payable; under 11 and 12 Geo. 5, c. 62, in respect of certain dependants.) ( 6 Apr 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: I beg to move, in Sub-section (1), to leave out the words "dependent children" ["having the care of his dependent children"], and to j insert instead thereof the word "home." The effect of this would be that where a widower or unmarried man has residing: with him a female person for the purpose of having the care of his home, he would be able to claim 5s. in respect of her. I have brought...

Oral Answers to Questions — Safeguarding of Industries Act.: Duty (Collection). ( 3 Apr 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: 50. asked the Prime Minister if he is aware that the sum collected under the Safeguarding of Industries Act for the six months just expired amounts only to £134,000; that to collect this amount it has entailed the detention and examination of enormous quantities of imported goods to the estimated value of many millions of pounds; and that in addition to the inconvenience caused by the delay...

Representation of the People (No. 2) Bill. (31 Mar 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: The Home Secretary has just said, regarding Clause 2, that it would apply to Ireland unless dropped. That seems to me inconsistent with what he said before.

Orders of the Day — CONSOLIDATED FUND (No. 2) BILL: Foreign Affairs. (27 Mar 1922)

Mr Aneurin Williams: I hope the House and the Government will not follow the hon. and gallant Gentleman who has just sat down in his opinion that it is too late to deal justly and effectively with the Near Eastern question. Surely with the might of this Empire that is a wild and rather absurd opinion to put before us. I much prefer the line taken by the hon. Baronet the Member for Chelsea (Sir S. Hoare), who...


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