All 3 results for speaker:Mr George Ward

Oral Answers to Questions — Finance Bill.: Inhabited House Duty. (24 Jun 1924)

Mr George Ward: 53. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether his attention has been drawn to the case of the Ancient Order of Foresters, who for more than 20 years have paid £7 10s. per annum in respect of Inhabited House Duty on their premises in St. Nicholas Street, Leicester, when there has been no liability to pay such duty; and will he state why the application for the repayment of the money thus...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Councils Bill. (30 May 1924)

Mr George Ward: I find that my excuse for intervening in this Debate has almost been completely removed, the ground having been so well covered by those who have spoken for the Bill. I want to speak in support of it. I must confess I was astonished to hear the hon. Member for Shoreditch (Mr. Thurtle), who moved the rejection of the Bill, make the statement that the methods of obtaining peace in industry by...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Family Income. (12 Mar 1924)

Mr George Ward: 75. asked the Minister of Health whether the Housing Bill he proposes to introduce is intended to meet the need of families with an income not exceeding £3 per week; and, if so, if he will say whether the subsidy under the Bill of 1923 will be continued to meet the needs of families with incomes in excess of £3?


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