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Oral Answers to Questions — Czechoslovakia. (6 Oct 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: asked the Prime Minister whether he has any reports from the British Minister in Prague as to the change of opinion in Czechoslovakia towards Great Britain and France and the desire to seek a closer understanding with Germany?

Oral Answers to Questions — Czechoslovakia. (6 Oct 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: Are we to take it that the resignation of Dr. Benes last night was an indication of a new orientation of policy on the part of the Czech Government consequent upon the recent crisis?

Business of the House. (6 Oct 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: Does the Government contemplate that it will be necessary to have a separate agreement between this country and Germany to give effect to the private arrangement between Herr Hitler and the Prime Minister that in future they will submit all questions of dispute to arbitration rather than to force?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Air Estimates, 1938. (26 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: I entirely agreed with the Prime Minister when he said, in his closing remarks, that we began this year in an atmosphere of the greatest apprehension. He said that we have now passed through more than half the year and he feels justified in expressing the belief that the atmosphere has somewhat lightened. Without being as optimistically inclined as the right hon. Gentleman is at this moment,...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Air Estimates, 1938. (26 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: We do not know that yet. The third principle laid down by the Prime Minister was keeping the rules of international conduct. Would he suggest that Italy has done that? Is it suggested that what Italy has done has been in accordance with the standards of international conduct as accepted among nations? The hon. Member opposite asked me a question. I ask "Is he following the rules of...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Air Estimates, 1938. (26 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: Mussolini. I will read an extract from the "Times" of last Saturday. Under the heading, "Danish Ship sunk by Aeroplane," appears the following statement: It was reported from Marseilles yesterday that His Majesty's Ship 'Shropshire,' of the First Cruiser Squadron, landed on her arrival there the officers and crew of the Danish steamship ' Bodil.' It does not happen to be an English ship, but...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Air Estimates, 1938. (26 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: We are told over and over again that we cannot even guess, but everybody on this side and on the other side of the House has a shrewd suspicion where these aeroplanes come from.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Air Estimates, 1938. (26 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: Yesterday, the "Daily Telegraph" published this information: I am reliably informed that a whole, entirely new, division of Italian troops was landed at Vineroz last week and that until these men can be brought into the line north of Sagunto the insurgents are unlikely to make much further headway. The correspondent goes on to say: Among the planes massed on this front, there are known to...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Air Estimates, 1938. (26 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: How can the Export Credits Department work along these lines if the difficulty is securities?

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: British Council for Cultural Relations. (18 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: Is there any reason why Welsh interests should not be represented?

Oral Answers to Questions — Palestine.: Partition. (13 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: In view of the fact that the House of Commons deliberately refused to commit itself on the question of partition will the right hon. Gentleman examine this matter so that the House may have some further information upon this suggestion?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Proposed Severn Bridge. (13 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: Can we have a statement before the House rises for the Recess?

Oral Answers to Questions — China and Japan. (6 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: May we be told the exact reply of the Japanese Government to these repeated representations?

Oral Answers to Questions — China and Japan. (6 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: Has no reply been received yet?

Oral Answers to Questions — Spain (Non-Intervention Committee). (6 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: Was an intimation given about the Portuguese frontier on this occasion?

Oral Answers to Questions — Kenya.: Child Labour. (6 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: Is this matter being carefully examined by the right hon. Gentleman's Department?

Orders of the Day — Coal Bill.: Clause 3. — (Commission to acquire fee simple in coal.) (6 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: On a point of Order. I rather gathered, Mr. Speaker, that you ruled at the beginning that a question of Privilege was raised by these Amendments as submitted by the other place. Do I understand that in the absence of the House taking note of that and carrying a Resolution waiving its rights, it is assumed that it does not waive them, and that, therefore, the right hon. Gentleman is in order...

Orders of the Day — Coal Bill.: Clause 3. — (Commission to acquire fee simple in coal.) (6 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: Further to that point of Order. May I put this rather hypothetical question? Assuming that the House insists upon rejecting the Amendment, and the Bill goes back to another place, I take it that it is still possible for the other House to insist upon its Amendment again and send it back to this House. Would it then be possible for this House to raise the question of Privilege, having to-day...

Orders of the Day — Fire Brigades Bill.: Clause 2. — (Fire-hydrants and water supply in case of fire.) (5 Jul 1938)

Mr Morgan Jones: When the hon. Member speaks of the municipal corporations, does he imply that areas like that referred to by my hon. Friend the Member for Ogmore (Mr. E. J. Williams) are represented by his organisation?


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